Since their breakthrough several years back, tablets have become an integral part of the consumer electronics market. Millions of people use them for all sorts of tasks, ranging from web browsing to Netflix to writing and more. Versatility and portability have become the name of the game for tablets, and the Read More »
I’ve read in more than one place that Android wear is just an extension of your phone or just Google Now on your wrist. It’s just a way to not have to pull your phone out of your pocket as much. Android Wear does do these things, but I think it’s much more. Maybe we ... Read More »
If you go out into the world, you’ll find that every single person within it is different. Similarities can be found, but nobody is exactly the same. We all have our own characteristics and traits that make us who we are and cause us to be unique. That uniqueness, however, doesn’t have to end with ... Read More »
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Samsung’s widely-anticipated Galaxy Note 4 has leaked in a new photo before its debut next month. Most Samsung devices leak extravagantly before their release, but the Galaxy Note 4 has been kept surprisingly quiet. As we edge nearer to the launch date, things are bound to crop up, like ... Read More »
When you watch something for a while, you begin to notice the details of it. The small intricacies that make an object, person, place or anything, unique. Seeing all those details, you can begin to know more about what you’re watching. What it does, where it’s been and where it’s going. Six years with Android ... Read More »
Applying screen protectors is an art. It’s difficult to do decently and nearly impossible to do perfectly. I’m actually very good at applying screen protectors (not to brag) but it’s such a hassle that I hate to do it. Tylt attempts to solve this issue with the Alin screen protector, and I gave it a ... Read More »
If you’ve been looking for an easy, convenient way to manage both your Google Calendar and Google Tasks in one attractive application, look no further than Day by Day Organizer from developer Appiens.
For as many calendar apps as there are on Google Play, few offer the amount of features Day by Day does. As ... Read More »
Samsung is considered the big dog in most large markets, especially here in the US. The company dominates all others around it, meaning firms like HTC and LG are just picking up the crumbs. However, China is a very different smartphone market. It’s very price-focused and it looks like Samsung can’t stay on top there.
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Sounfreaq’s original Sound Kick portable Bluetooth speaker blew my mind. Back when I thought my options were an expensive Bose speaker or a small (but still expensive) Jambox that sounded pretty bad, taking a chance on a company I hadn’t heard of wasn’t easy. But that thing impressed me in every way, and I fell ... Read More »
Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we’re playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any ... Read More »