Among the sea of messaging apps spanning Android, iOS, Windows Phone and BlackBerry, the BlackBerry exclusive BlackBerry Messenger, or BBM, has long stood as a shining example of just how good chatting on your phone could be. In recent years, however, competition has been fierce. And due to the popularity of Android and iOS, BBM ... Read More »
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Have you ever found yourself thinking, “I wish I knew if my Facebook friends wanted to engage in coitus, but it’d be so embarrassing to just ask!”? Boy have we got an app for you. Bang with Friends has been officially released for Android today, helping hot-to-trot Facebook users connect with like-minded friends looking to form ... Read More »
It’s only once every six months or so, maybe even once a year, that we see a really great app break into the mainstream. Much like Instagram, Vine has done just that. Everyone from comedians to electronic music super-duos (I’m looking at you, Daft Punk), have adopted the 6-second video service in a big way. ... Read More »
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Rando? Rando is so last week (OK, I still use it every day, but you have to admit that sounded good). The new Android app I can’t stop gushing about to everyone and anyone who has an Android phone is RoundR. Because my phone’s display now has rounded corners. And rounded corners are ... Read More »
Nearly every photography app I can possibly think of always comes back to one thing: social. No one shares just to share. It’s all about seeing people like your photos, getting followers, and expanding your footprint on the Internet. I get the value in services like Instagram, where all of your photos are tracked and ... Read More »
The number one reason why third-party Twitter clients are so popular on Android? Because the option Twitter has provided, for years now, sucks. For how big Twitter is, it’s astonishing how bad their app is. Or rather, was. Today, Twitter for Android has finally been updated to feel more at home on the platform.
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When iOS was first released, there’s no denying it was a revolutionary product. Since then, in terms of features and flexibility, Android has eclipsed iOS three times over. Yet many Android apps still function at a lower capacity. Despite having a clear advantage in overall market share, iOS leads the pack in mind share. Companies ... Read More »
When Google announced they’d be shutting down Reader this July, Feedly really stepped up to the plate. Despite being around for years now, Feedly has just recently caught fire. Promising continued support and seamless migration after Reader is dead and gone, some 3 million new users have flocked to Feedly since Google reported the end ... Read More »
Available now in Google Play, Google+ for Android will see its first major update in a while to version 3.6. The update features a handful of usability tweaks, including enhanced community management, some small changes to your newsfeed, and changes to the way media and links are handled.
Fully detailed on the Google+ blog, the ... Read More »
I’ve always been a big fan of single-task apps. Apps that do one thing, but do it really well. Or in an innovative or beautiful way. SkyMotion is a good example of this. It’s a weather app, but it doesn’t give you a five day forecast, and there’s no radar, humidity readings, dew-point information or ... Read More »