Top Android To-Do List Apps

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We, at AndroGeek, cannot express how much we love Android. The freedom, the flexibility, the diversity – these are the factors that keeps us “happy campers.” But although we love Android down to the core, it doesn’t change the fact that we’re frail and imperfect human beings. We’re not robots for Android’s sake. We forget […]

Find The Cheapest Flights! Here’s 5 Ticket Apps Your Airline Doesn’t Want You To Download

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Everyone wants to travel to an exotic locale, but many people don’t want to deal with the hassle of booking plane tickets, hotels, cars and tours. For flights, many people continue booking directly through airlines believing that they will receive the best deals. Unless you have frequent flier miles for a particular airline, you’re better […]

Cheers! Here’s 5 Great Android Apps for Wine Lovers

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There isn’t much in this world that can give you quite the level of sophistication like knowing your wine. While some people have spent their whole lives tasting and pairing wines, the majority of us don’t have the tastebuds or memory to remember all the different types and brands. Lucky for you, there are plenty […]

5 Best Racing Games for Android

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Android users live their lives on the fast lane. We’re talking about faster processors, faster operating systems, and faster software applications.  So what do Android geeks do when everything else around them gets slow and boring? Of course, they play games, and we mean racing games – the ones that bring excitement, thrill, and euphoria. Today, we […]

How To: Keep Photos Private on Your Android Phone or Tablet

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In addition to keeping text messages private, we all have those private shots and embarrassing photos we’d also like to hide away. The thing is that often times, we don’t want to delete those photos. They provide personal entertainment and great or not so great memories of some interesting times. So what can we do with photos we […]

How To: Play Nintendeo DS, PlayStation, PSP & Other Console Games on Your Android

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In a previous feature, we took a look at how you could use emulators to play retro games for systems like the original Nintendo, Super Nintendo (SNES), Sega Genesis, Nintendo 64 and Gameboy on your Android smartphone or tablet. Now, lets jump further into time and cover how you can do the same on for […]

Here’s The 5 Best Free Apps for Private Texting & Calling on Android

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If you own an Android smartphone or tablet, you may not want certain individuals who browse your device to access your text messages, calls or certain contacts information. However, you can keep some of your texts completely private by downloading one of the best private texting and calling Android apps. Private Space — Secret SMS […]

Top 10 MMO’s for Android (Part 2)

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In a previous feature (which you should totally check out here), we covered 5 of the best MMO’s you can get on your Android device, be it a phone or tablet. Now, we’re back for part two. Here we’re going to show you 5 more MMO’s you can download, that are quite frankly the best […]

Review: Tablified Market – A Little App Store Unto Itself

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Google Play is a fantastic app store, but let’s face it… it’s a mess at times. There are many apps out there that put together collections or lists of other apps, and the Tablified Market does that for tablets. Anyone who owns a tab knows it can be a hassle to find the good stuff, so we’re going to take a quick look at Tablified to see if it’s worthy of all the hype.

Review: Frontline Commando | D-Day – A Cover-Based Shooter With Kick

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Glu Mobile puts out some of the slickest looking Android games around and Frontline Commando D-Day is definitely a sharp looking 3rd person shooter. It’s the follow-up to the popular cover-based shooter Frontline Commando, and it’s set against the backdrop of World War II.