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REBUS – play an absurd logic game
REBUS – Absurd Logic Game twists your brain to the max with interesting puzzles you solve using photos. These are called rebuses. The app is slick and will have you either grinning or face-palming as you solve these clever puzzles. Read the review because you’ll be downloading! Price: Free, Offers in-app purchases Tested on: Samsung Galaxy S4,... View Article REBUS – play an absurd logic game is a post from: AndroidTapp The post REBUS – play an absurd log...

31-03-2015, 12:45 By Antonio Wells
Hoverdroid 3D: RC Hovercraft – experience the challenge & excitement of a flying car
Hoverdroid 3D: RC Hovercraft is the latest super exciting game related to the Helidroid series… This time- remote controlling a hovering car that can traverse all types of terrain; land, water, snow and air. Complete two dozen challenges, unlock different skins, and learn how to push the limits of a hover car. Let’s glide! Price: Free... View Article Hoverdroid 3D: RC Hovercraft – experience the challenge & excitement of a flying car is a post from: Android...

23-03-2015, 12:05 By Antonio Wells
Enpass Password Manager – your highly secure password vault
Enpass Password Manager is a highly secure vault to create and store your online and offline pin numbers and passwords. It works across mobile devices and computers storing your password data directly on those devices and does not store them on their cloud. However, you do have the option to sync the encrypted password database on... View Article Enpass Password Manager – your highly secure password vault is a post from: AndroidTapp The post Enpass Password Manager –...

16-03-2015, 20:46 By Antonio Wells
Verizon Picks Up The Galaxy Note Edge Priced At $399 With A Two-Year Contract Or $799 Without
Three of America's five largest carriers all started selling Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge back in early November for a price just short of physically painful. For whatever reason, Verizon Wireless (along with US Cellular) needed an extra two months to add the device to its lineup. Fortunately, there's a bright side. While the Big Red still wants the same $399.99 with a two-year contract, it's only asking for $799.99 to sell the phone outright. Verizon Picks Up The Galaxy Note Edge Priced At $39...

08-01-2015, 09:09 By Bertel King, Jr.
Deezer buys Cricket’s Muve Music service, Cricket users can get cheap Deezer subs
Familiar with Deezer? If not, you will be soon. Cricket Wireless revealed today that it’s struck a deal with streaming music service Deezer that’ll see the latter company acquire the former’s Muve Music download service. Cricket customers aren’t going to go music-less as ...

08-01-2015, 08:29 By Alex Wagner
Accessory of the Day: Oontz Angle Bluetooth speaker, $31.98
Bring the power of Bluetooth audio into your home with this portable speaker from Cambridge Soundworks. The Oontz Angle is compact, features a 10 hour battery life, and has a ton of great reviews. You’ll find it difficult to narrow down a better Bluetooth speaker for under $35 (Prime eligible)! Join Prime and get this... Read more » The post Accessory of the Day: Oontz Angle Bluetooth speaker, $31.98 appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Accessory of the Day: Democracy DE...

08-01-2015, 08:00 By Shawn Collins
CES 2015 Saygus V2 Hands-on: A smartphone with multi-boot capability, two microSD slots, IPX7 rating, and 60GHz Wi-Fi
If I had to describe the Saygus V2 smartphone in one word, it would have to be different, though definitely different in a positive way. Quite simply, it’s a specification beast – we know that the device has a 60GHz Wi-Fi chip, possesses an IPX7 rating (which guarantees it for 30 minutes underwater at a […] The post CES 2015 Saygus V2 Hands-on: A smartphone with multi-boot capability, two microSD slots, IPX7 rating, and 60GHz Wi-Fi appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

08-01-2015, 07:12 By Stephen Yuen
Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Grand Max
Samsung has officially announced the arrival of the Galaxy Grand Max smartphone in its home region of South Korea. The smartphone has been making appearances in leaks for quite some time now, so the announcement finally puts them to rest. This is a midrange offering, but with what Samsung likes to call a Max form factor. Pricing […] Come comment on this article: Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Grand Max Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

08-01-2015, 06:38 By Valerie Richardson
Mediatek MT2601 is a processor for wearables, hopefully used to make cheaper smartwatches
Mediatek processors aren’t typically used in devices in markets like Europe and America, however in Asia and emerging markets, they are used in practically every device. A large part of this is because the chips are so much cheaper, and although they are aren’t quite a fast or optimized as some of their counterparts from companies […] The post Mediatek MT2601 is a processor for wearables, hopefully used to make cheaper smartwatches appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

08-01-2015, 06:35 By Stephen Yuen
20,000 units of the Nokia N1 sold out within 4 minutes in China
The Nokia N1 tablet was made available in China today, after the device was announced a couple of months in advance to generate enough hype and interest. And just as the sales opened for the tablet today, a Chinese source mentions that its initial stocks of 20,000 units have run out within a span of just 4 […] Come comment on this article: 20,000 units of the Nokia N1 sold out within 4 minutes in China Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

08-01-2015, 06:25 By Valerie Richardson
iHeartRadio to support upcoming Google Cast for audio, Sony PlayStation
The music streaming service, iHeartRadio, has announced a host of new partnerships at CES 2015 that will enable it to bring its services to Sony’s PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 consoles among other devices. The other high-profile brands that iHeartRadio will be joining hands with include TiVo, DISH, Google and LG etc. It will become... Read more » The post iHeartRadio to support upcoming Google Cast for audio, Sony PlayStation appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Listen to A...

08-01-2015, 06:20 By Chandna Pandey
Android 5.0 Lollipop for the HTC One M8 said to be “1-2 weeks” away
The last two major software releases have seen HTC boldly proclaim that they will bring the latest software to their flagship devices 90 days from the update’s release. Still well within the 90 days since November 30th, it has been rumoured that Android 5.0 Lollipop for the HTC One M8 is just “1-2 weeks” away. This […] The post Android 5.0 Lollipop for the HTC One M8 said to be “1-2 weeks” away appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

08-01-2015, 05:53 By Stephen Yuen
Plot twist: That LG-made Audi smartwatch is actually running webOS
Yesterday, we were enthralled by the appearance of a LG-made Audi smartwatch that was shown during an Audi presentation, and it was suggested that the watch ran a customized version of Android Wear. As it turns out, that information was wrong and Android Central has confirmed today that the device actually runs webOS, an operating system […] The post Plot twist: That LG-made Audi smartwatch is actually running webOS appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

08-01-2015, 05:35 By Stephen Yuen
August Announces ‘Connect’ at CES
August, the maker of the Smart Lock, announced “Connect” today at CES. The tech is used to connect to the Wi-Fi in the house and connect to the door via Bluetooth to give yo the ability to unlock the door for anyone remotely as long as you have some form of internet connection. The “Connect” […] Come comment on this article: August Announces ‘Connect’ at CES Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

08-01-2015, 00:25 By Alex Cobb
Audi’s Q7 comes equipped with a fully integrated tablet
Not only will you be able to pick up a smartwatch designed specifically for an Audi vehicle, but the company is also including an integrated tablet into this year’s Audi Q7. The tablet sports a 10.1-inch screen and a Tegra 4 processor, so it’s fairly well equipped for a tablet in 2015. The coolest features aren’t […] Come comment on this article: Audi’s Q7 comes equipped with a fully integrated tablet Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much ...

07-01-2015, 23:25 By Jared Peters
Dropbox update gives users the ability to export files to an SD card
Just because C.E.S. is taking over the news by storm, doesn’t mean we forgot to report on other useful information.  Dropbox released an update recently, version 2.4.7.14, which gives the ability to export files to an SD card.  This is particularly important for business travelers who need to work without a wireless or WiFi signal... Read more » The post Dropbox update gives users the ability to export files to an SD card appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Dropbox Teas...

07-01-2015, 23:11 By Derrick Miyao
Huawei, a big smartphone manufacturer from China plans to enter the U.S. market.
According to The Wall Street Journal, we will be getting a new phone manufacturer, Huawei, entering the smartphone market in the United States sometime this year. Huawei is one of the world’s largest smartphone makers, as it sold 75 million devices last year, but not many were sold in the US. Huawei will introduce us to their... Read more » The post Huawei, a big smartphone manufacturer from China plans to enter the U.S. market. appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Huawe...

07-01-2015, 22:53 By Derrick Miyao
WordPress app revamped with Material Design
The Android application for WordPress has been rebuilt from the ground up. Now, the app’s user interface is based on Material Design for Android 5.0 Lollipop. The entire color scheme of the app is very blue and WordPress debuted new icons. The button to compose a new post (seen above) is identical to what Gmail, […] Come comment on this article: WordPress app revamped with Material Design Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

07-01-2015, 22:43 By Justin Herrick
Sony introduces six devices that are all Google Cast for Audio ready
On Monday, Google launched Cast for Audio. It allows users to mirror audio content to speakers and other multimedia devices. As a launch partner, Sony has introduced six devices that are all Cast for Audio ready. Hit the break for a description of each. Click here for our full CES 2015 coverage. Sony Premium Hi-Res […] Come comment on this article: Sony introduces six devices that are all Google Cast for Audio ready Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

07-01-2015, 22:20 By Justin Herrick
Turning my Nexus into a Yahoo phone
The other day, I felt like trying something totally strange and different. As I happily use my Nexus 5 throughout the day, I have gotten to the point where I rely on Google more than I thought I did. After realizing this, it hit me how much my Android phone has really become a “Google... Read more » The post Turning my Nexus into a Yahoo phone appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Yahoo Aviate: Flight out of beta Yahoo acquires Aviate, promises to fold into Android exper...

07-01-2015, 21:39 By Jack McNenny

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