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Four Great Android Security Apps for the Paranoid

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Security is always an issue these days, especially with modern mobile devices. Whether you’re worried about someone stealing your phone or people just snooping through your personal information, it’s definitely cause for concern. Luckily, there … [Continue Reading...]

Set Up Google 2-Step Verification For Better Android Security [How-To]

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Want a more secure Gmail experience? What you need is Google's 2-Step Verification which gives you an extra level of security on your Google accounts. Instead of logging in with only your username and password, you will also need to enter a code … [Continue Reading...]

Stay in Shape with The Best Fitness and Training Apps for Android

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If you’re looking to get in shape there are hundreds of Android apps that can do the trick. Picking the best ones isn’t an easy task, but we’ve compiled a list of the Best Fitness and Training Apps that can help to whip your butt into … [Continue Reading...]

Review: Super Stickman Golf 2 – The Craziest Golf Game You’ll Ever Play

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Golf is a tough sport. It’s fun, but it can be pretty frustrating even if you’re good at it. The same thing can be said for Noodlecake Studios Super Stickman Golf 2 as it’s truly a blast to play, but it’s guaranteed to frustrate the hell out of … [Continue Reading...]

Retro Gaming: A Beginner’s Guide To Android Game Emulators

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Many people don’t realize just how powerful the device you hold in your hand right now is. Android in particular is such an open-source platform that you can find apps anywhere (legal or otherwise) for just about anything. Today I’m here to tell … [Continue Reading...]

Here’s The 5 Biggest Threats to Android’s Ongoing Supremacy

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More than half a decade ago, Google gifted the world with a new mobile operating system called Android. Its main purpose was to deliver a markedly better overall computing experience than its predecessors, which were largely outdated, locked down, … [Continue Reading...]

5 Essential Android Apps for Beginners

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Firing up your new Android device for the first time is exciting, but it can also be daunting for people new to the platform. iPhone users would have you believe that Google Play doesn’t have any great apps, and that the good ones are tough to find. … [Continue Reading...]

Review: TouchPal Keyboard – An Excellent Alternative to Android’s Native Keyboard

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Texting remains a frustrating task for many smart phone users. Small virtual keys and over-eager predictive text engines often cause repeated presses of the delete/back button, diminishing the experience and making what should be a simple event a … [Continue Reading...]

OpenSignal 2 launched: even more helpful and accurate

Good news for Android users: the updated OpenSignal app has now been launched. Designed for those who are in a low signal areas, OpenSignal helps find locations with local data service, lets you monitor the direction of the tower and has the ability … [Continue Reading...]

CES 2013: Top Android Stories

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The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is now over. Here are our picks of top Android stories from CES 2013 from around the web: Pantech Discover: At $49 Will Challenge Similarly Specced Galaxy S3 AT&T has announced a new smart phone, … [Continue Reading...]