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Third Eye is an Android app that tries to solve a problem that has existed ever since screen lock itself has been available on phones – showing who tried to unlock their phone.
Signal is an iOS, Android (and Windows) app that helps you keep your chats and voice calls private, encrypted and away from potential snoopers.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow features a new way to manage permissions for each of your apps specifically. Here’s a look at this improvement and how it works.
Dropbox for Android is a useful app in a lot of situations, but saving files from it to your phone, can take a serious toll on your device’s memory.
Google+ has a loyal community as well as some neat features that it continuously adds to the social network. Here’s a look at age and location restrictions.
Android devices set apps that you download from Google Play to display the icon on the home screen by default. Here’s how to stop that from happening.
The Google security settings panel hasn’t changed much lately, but it’s now easier to manage your settings by adding a handy wizard-style interface.
There are a number of services that show whether a site is down for you only or in general. If you need additional information, CurrentlyDown provides it.
Android is a great mobile OS but, if you’re not careful, it can expose you to all kinds of dangers. Here’s five solid security tips for your device.
Quick Find is a Google Chrome extension which provides a more powerful way to search for specific words and phrases on a web page. Here’s a look.
Chrome is one of the best alternative browsers out there, in the U.S. anyway, and what you might not know is it can be even better with these power tips.
WeTransfer is a great service for transferring large files between computers easily, and now there’s a mobile version for Android. Here’s how it works.
Do you want to create a GIF out of a portion of a YouTube video, but the hassle of actually doing it brings you down? Here’s the easy way to do it.