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How to Choose the Best Android Tablet

There are literally hundreds of different options when it comes to buying yourself an Android tablet and its an important decision to make when considering how to spend all of your hard-earned cash. So how can you filter through all the rubbish and gimmicks and come up with some great tablets which are perfect for…

Google Camera App Released

Following the latest promises and moves to make Android more modular and easy to update over the Play Store, Google seems to be living up to the expectations of the users. Following the inclusion of components like the Keyboard, Hangouts, Drive, Keep and so on on the Play Store, Google now finally steps up its…

Sailfish OS Headed for Android Devices

Jolla is a Finnish company composed mainly of ex-Nokia people that have worked on Nokia’s Maemo and MeeGo OS projects. These projects were Nokia’s attempts to create a Linux-based next-gen mobile OS to compete with Android, before the Microsoft buyout. Discontent with the situation, some of these employees left Nokia and decided to create a…

Pocket Casts – A Brilliant Podcast App for Android

While we have featured a few podcasting apps before, this time we will be focusing on Pocket Casts, which has become my go-to app for listening and catching up with podcasts on Android. The reason why it deserves a feature and why it’s worthy of attention is because it just does everything right. And it…

App Review: Readmill – An eBook Reader for Android

Looking for a decent eBook reader for Android? I recently stumbled upon Readmill, a very beautiful and simple eBook reader that offers you web integration and cloud saving as well as a really nice app. Basically, it has almost everything I want in an eBook reader, all while maintaining a very streamlined and beautiful interface…

Carbon – An Android Twitter Client With Style

Today I’m going to introduce you to Carbon, without a doubt one of the best if not the best Twitter client around for Android. Before release, it was one of the most hyped apps for Android, as it had already shown its value as a small, yet popular, client for the defunct WebOS. However, when…

Play Games App Review for Android

After years of not paying much attention to the gamer crowd on Android, even after Apple had already made their own game hub with achievements and community support, Google has finally decided to give its users a treat and make a proper gaming hub for Android. The wait was worth it though, as the app…