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Avocado is a free service that allows couples stay organized and keep in touch while on the go. And it works on Android, iPhone, and the web.
Ready to ditch the stock Amazon carousel launcher? There are plenty of alternatives in the Play market and this guide will show you how to use them with a Fire HD.
Printing from your Nexus 7 tablet might seem complicated, but it’s actually easy. All you need is a printer, Google Cloud Print, and a free Android app.
Are onscreen touch gamepads for Android devices getting you down? Switch to your PlayStation 3′s Sixaxis controller instead. Here’s how.
Do you use clockwork mod for backups on your Android device? The blob folder may seem huge and mysterious, but it serves a useful purpose.
Android Jelly Bean has a groovy feature called Daydream, which turns your Nexus 7 into a digital photo frame, table clock, and more. But don’t call it a screensaver!
If you’re selling your Nexus 7 tablet, or if it’s running unstable, you can reset it to factory settings. Here’s how to reset it, and recover apps, settings, and passwords easily.
Android Jelly Bean on the Google Nexus 7 doesn’t officially support Adobe Flash. Plenty of websites still require it to use, and here’s how to make it work on your Nexus 7.
It’ll be spring in a couple months, but you can get a head start on your Android device. Cached app data can be a storage-space hog, so why not clear it out sooner than later?
If you’re not a fan of the sounds the keyboard of the Google Nexus 7 makes when you type, turning them off is easy. Here’s how to do it.
Do you have a Kindle Fire HD, but feel bummed out because it doesn’t include the Google apps that run on the Nexus 7? You can get them on the Fire HD by rooting the tablet and following this guide.
Looking for a quick way to reset all of your default actions for your Android apps? It only takes a few taps on the screen, and it doesn’t require a factory reset.
Tired of being stuck with apps only from Amazon’s App Store? Set up the Kindle for sideloading so you can install direct from an APK file.