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The Five Awesome Apps to Create Ringtones for Android Phones

Man’s dependency on cell phones needs no introduction. There is doubt that cell phones are an indispensible part of human life. With the launch of the Android technology, there was certainly a revolution in the world of Cell phones. The popularity of Android phone is owing to the diverse applications offered by this technology. Most [...]

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Pinterest app finally released on Android

Pinterest is one of the newest social networks that’s gotten a lot of people very excited. At its core it’s quite simple - a community of people sharing images that have been ‘pinned’ from across the internet. You’re encouraged to pin images that you’re interested in (hence the name) and following these instructions you build [...]

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Google Voice Search on Android in now rich by 13 more languages

Even though Google Voice Search is now available on iOS devices, the experience and the app itself feels so native on the Android platform. And to make the experience even more better, the search giant has added an additional 13 languages to the service. Now, there are a total of 42 languages in which you can use the Google Voice Search on your Android device, and accents in these languages are understood in 46 countries. That is definitely huge.

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Press Reader for Android, an awesome news app

A review of the Press Reader news app for Android. One of the best in the category.

Android Users: Beware of Android Phone Malware

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Android Users: Beware of Android Phone Malware

According to Trend Micro, a security firm which specializes in mobile security, the amount of malware and other harmful software that there currently is for Android device’s, is increasing at a very fast pace. This statement is based on a number of facts which were published by the anti virus developer earlier. For instance it [...]

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Popular Carbon Twitter client for Windows Phone coming to Android soon

Carbon, a popular Twitter client that started out on webOS then made its way to Windows Phone, is now making its way to a new platform: Android. The developers are about to launch the app into private Alpha, and have released a sneak peak of the app running on Android. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcloiEZa1iI] From the video, [...]

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Google+ for Android updated with new features

Google has recently updated the Google+ app for Android with some new features which are sure to impress a lot of users. Two particular features out of the many which are worth mentioning are the new interface for the photos part of the app and the ability to start a hangout straight from the chat window in the Messenger app.

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Koto Go Silence Animated Storybooks for iOS and Android

There are different types of storybooks available for smartphone and tablets which keep kids very involved in themselves. We have actually reviewed a few them already, and we have another one by a new development group called the Light Sleepers. The Koto Go Silence is an animated storybook about a pet dog called Koto, which is enough to make kids happy.

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Google working on a Siri-like project codenamed “Majel”

It is not completely wrong if I say that the greatest feature of the new iOS 5 that Apple recently released is the natural language-based virtual assistant, Siri (yes, grater than the notification area). This is one of the features because of which the iPhone 4S has been the best selling iPhone Apple ever made. Also, it has made way for more better products to come into the market, or has it?