Localphone – Cheap International Calls & Texts – $5 Free Credit – Voucher Code LPCDEL14
A Couple of month ago, I was looking for a solution to reduce my international calls and came across a company called Localphone. I had been using SkypeOut and Google Voice which were already really cheap but Localphone to my surprise managed to go even lower and really beats their prices hands down!
Localphone is also offering discounts on a regular basis and [Read More...]
DoggCatcher, one of the first, and still among the best, podcast apps for Android, just got a little bit cooler this week. Those who download and run the latest release will find the ability to cast playback to a Chromecast-connected device. It’s not a fully-baked option that’s promised to be bug free; however, you can enable the beta feature through Settings>Miscellaneous.
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Dozens of fantastic flower photos this week made it nearly impossible to pick just 2 winners
Flowers are clearly in bloom if you take a look through the entries in last week’s photo contest, and the pictures of those flowers on display are quite incredible. It’s a great time of year to see what nature is showing off, and every one of the entries across seven pages in the forums are spectacular.
We unfortunately could only [Read More...]
Aio Wireless, a prepaid arm of AT&T, today rolled out new service plans designed to attract multi-line users. Called “Group Save”, the plans see the provider discounting plans for accounts with 2-5 lines of service. The plans, which are available to new and existing customers, offer incentives for adding additional lines.The lines have to be on rate plans of $ 40 or higher, but the [Read More...]
The only complaint you can make is that Google didn’t release these features sooner.
Google has dropped a pretty notable update to its stock camera app, given it a proper name and at the same time opened it up to non-Nexus devices running KitKat in the Play Store. While the interface still isn’t mind-blowing, it has changed pretty dramatically from what you’d be used to if you used a Nexus 5 just yesterday. Google has overhauled [Read More...]
Over on Twitter, smartphone leakster evleaks has shared a new image of an upcoming Android handset from LG. It’s called the LG L65 and appears to be a device aimed at emerging markets.
Specs for the LG L65 include a 1.2 GHz X2 processor, a 4.3-inch display and a 5MP camera. Other specs include Android KitKat, dual-SIM support and a removable back. Not mind blowing specs, but certainly appealing for those getting into their first smartphone.
Suspected to be announced at Google I/O, Google+ is expected to get a redesign and it seems that images of the new Android app has showed up on Google+ of all places courtesy of +Yoel Kasub.
He claims that these are images from a test build of Google+ and it seems to be mainly a design change of the user interface as opposed to any drastic [Read More...]
The next best thing to free games are game sales and for the next 12 days, you can get a bundle of great Android games for whatever you want to pay.
The Humble Mobile Bundle 5 is back with Bag It!, R-Type II and Aralon: Sword and Shadow, but if you pay more than the average price, [Read More...]
New camera options bring a little extra to your pictures, but who does it the best?
The new rage in smartphone cameras these days is selective focus. Think of a really nice portrait you’ve seen of a friend or family member, where they were in focus and there was a lovely background that was slightly out of focus. It really makes the subject “pop” and photographers — both professional and amatuer — love the look. It’s [Read More...]
It has been a trend for companies to put their standalone apps in the Play Store for quick updating. Google usually does this type of thing with all of their apps. One, however, has never been included in the Play Store… until today. They’ve finally added their camera app to Google Play.
The camera comes with a much-needed interface update, as well as a [Read More...]
Google’s first quarter 2014 results are in, and the company unsurprisingly made buckets of money. Revenue was up to $ 15.4 billion, a 19% increase from the same quarter a year prior. Earnings were also up, clocking in at $ 4.12 billion — 27% of revenues. That’s an increase in the raw profit from last year, but also a drop in the share of revenue (it was 29% this time last year).