Sprint is taking T-Mobile head on with Open World, which gives you free or discounted use of your phone when abroad. The service has now added 33 new countries to the list, which give you free texting and discounted phone calls and data.
There are 14 countries with free texting, calling, and 1GB data, including ... Read More »
It looks like Google and all Android manufacturers have a very serious issue on their hands. A new security flaw was discovered in Stagefright, the media playback tool that Android uses, that allows an MMS message to seriously compromise your device. And worst of all, it affects almost all Android devices since Android 2.2.
Google Messenger is a simple, beautiful, and fast text messaging app. If you haven’t given it a try, you really should because it’s surprisingly excellent. But it got a new feature in the latest update, and it’s a good one. When you get the notification overlay on your Lollipop device, or you expand the notification ... Read More »
A minimalist writing app seems like it should be a pretty straightforward concept to execute on, and yet all too frequently they tip over into either a stripped down and feature-poor app or something too complicated for this simple task. While the ultimate goal of such an app should be to isolate you with your ... Read More »
Trying to copy/paste text on your Android device can be a hassle. Most times the text isn’t even able to be selected, leaving you with no options. Who hasn’t gotten a URL via chat client that doesn’t allow links or copying text? Things of this nature happen frequently, and that’s what makes Copy Text a ... Read More »