Pushbullet manages to merge your android smartphone with your personal computer to your make life much easier. With its impressive array of features to increase your productivity you will be wondering why you didn’t install it earlier! One of Pushbullet’s main features is the ability to send links, files, photos and notes to other devices […]
DashClock, one of the two apps made by Google’s Roman Nurik, is a widget for your Android device meant to be used on Lock screen. But thanks to its great API and the fact that it’s open source, allowed developers to build extensions for DashClock, making it truly a must-have app for all Android enthusiasts.
Every once in a while a small, pick up and play game comes along and gains a great deal of recognition. This results in a mad scramble for developers to create their own crappy version of that game, in order to make a few quick dollars. This has proven to be a reoccurring theme in […]
Let me get this straight – Link Bubble is not a replacement for your mobile browser. Instead it works as a second browser, opening links from apps instead of the default browser. Saves time, looks good and is actually quite useful. I don’t know why this didn’t exist before, but it’ll change the way you […]
Box, not to be confused with Dropbox, is another popular cloud storage service that is available on Android offering plenty of storage and nifty features, but are they any good? Box comes with 50GB of free storage when you download the Android app and sign up. This is a generous amount considering competition like Google […]