News aggregation services are dime a dozen. Some cater to the public, while a few cater to the very specific demographic. Hacker news is one of the latter which interests the developers and hackers alike. Yarn is the latest attempt to bring this to android, with the beautiful material design wrapper we’ve started to love. […]
There are tons of websites, apps and of course good old books out there to find everything you need for cooking. So what’s different about this one? Cookpad is somewhere between twitter and a cookbook, resulting in an app where you can look for food but also follow peoples’ recipe profiles and post pictures of your own […]
The latest from the Bittorrent factory is the peer to peer messaging service named ‘Bleep’. It’s supposed to cut out the middleman and enable true end-to-end encrypted messaging and calling, but does it hold true to its promise? Note: This app is in alpha, so this review will change when a major revision comes up. […]
BaconReader is the only “major” Reddit Client that doesn’t have Reddit in its name. But you won’t really search for it if you never used Reddit before. On the other hand if you did, you probably heard of it by the word of mouth. And there is a reason for it, it’s beautiful and works […]
My first Android Reddit client was Reddit is Fun. I can’t remember why, but I can remember that I used it for quite a while. It can certainly serve you as your main Reddit client, as it served me for couple of months, but there are some drawbacks I’d like to mention here.