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How To Add Speed Limit Functionality To Google Maps

Google Maps is a great app, and for a lot of us is definitely a part of our daily commute. While the GPS functionality is great and the map navigation is excellent, there are a couple of important features still absent from the application. Today, we’ll be showing you how to add one of the most notable…

How To Speed Up Your Android By Tweaking The Animation Settings

Android, from its humble beginnings as a mobile OS, has turned into a mature platform over the years, with each update adding new features and polishing the core experience even further. One of the big areas of focus was the user interface, with each incremental version adding new animations, new themes and new transitions for…

How To Reset An App And Delete App Data

We delete apps from our phones and tablets all the time, but a situation you sometimes run into is the need to not simply remove the app, but to delete the information within it. In other words, to reset it and make it behave like it’s the first time you use it. Often times, uninstalling…

How To Check What’s Using Your Memory

These days, most smartphones have the ability to hold massive amounts of data. With the average storage of a modern smartphone hovering on the 32 to 64GB range, you can store a lot of files on there. However, one downside of having such massive storage available to you is that it’s relatively easy to lose…

How To Measure Your Heart Rate on Android (No Sensor Required)

One of the biggest trends right now with smartphones and wearables is health-oriented applications. The idea of having the devices we use and wear actually improve our health is very appealing, and although we’re not quite there yet, things are looking promising, as certain devices come with very integrated and complex health and fitness apps to…

How To Boost The Volume Of Your Android Device

One of the biggest gripes when you buy a new phone or change to a new device is the speaker because, unfortunately, the speakers are one of the components where manufacturers often times don’t really pay attention to the quality, leaving you with a tinny, quiet speaker that you can barely hear. Either that, or…

How To Use Flash On Your Browser in Android

As some of you might know, it has been a long time since Google has decided to abandon native Flash support in Android. While support for Flash applications and websites used to be a built-in feature around the Gingerbread days, now it’s a completely unsupported platform on mobile, even for Adobe, which has been trying to…