The July 4 holiday is one of the biggest travel weekends of the year — especially since this year’s date falls on a Friday. But traveling isn’t as easy as it used to be, whether it’s waiting in an airport or squeezing out more money for ever-rising gasoline prices.
Android can help make things a little easier. Whether it’s planes, trains or automobiles, there’s a travel app out there that can help you. We’ve rounded up [Read More...]
Looking for the best Twitter apps on Android? Here they are.
Smartphones can help keep us constantly connected. With that great power, we can give the world a play-by-play of our lives. We can also watch others do the same. For those exciting play-by-plays, many people turn to Twitter.
There are many Twitter clients for Android, so which ones should we use? We list some of our favorites here. Of course, this is not meant to [Read More...]
Health and fitness apps are a great fit for Android Wear smartwatches and two of the first out in the wild are the popular running apps from Runtastic and Runkeeper. Runtastic – in free and Pro versions – is available this very second in the Google Play Store with Android Wear support while Runkeeper seems to be in a more staggered rollout.
Every app that you can use and improve functionality via your Android Wear device
Android Wear is finally a reality in more than just concept videos and presentations. Yes, we can actually purchase Android Wear devices, and that means Google has opened up the Play Store flood gates to app updates that now support the new wearables. There are a full 24 apps available at launch that support Android Wear in some way, and while the [Read More...]
We’ve already blasted through the best Android games launched over the last month, and now it’s time to dig into every other kind of Android app. Utilities, social apps, photography, launchers, custom keyboards… we’re trying it all. Of course our awesome community will likely leave some solid suggestions in the comments, plus we’ve got our weekly app round-ups from the editors to take a look at if this isn’t enough.
Ready? Let’s go!
I have loads of different websites that I follow whenever I have some down time. Whether I’m at work, home, or out and about for the day, I usually always check out my RSS feeds, and I also check out anything else that I missed, right before I hit the hay for the day. On my iPad and iPhone, I use Unread, which is [Read More...]
We’ve already seen a lot of Android L goodness, from wallpapers to keyboards, but now thanks to the guys over at XDA, you can download all the apps that come with Android L all at once.
The list is pretty extensive and contains all the Android L app .APK’s, some of which will be more useful to you than others.
Nonetheless, hit the [Read More...]
There are lots of launchers for Android devices and that’s the beauty of Android. Different people prefer different things. You might be content with the launcher you got with your device, on the other hand you might want a different approach to Android, which is fine, more than fine actually. 9 Cards Home Launcher is one of those launchers which complement the [Read More...]
Another busy week here at Android Central is behind us, and to cap it all off we’re going to give you a look at our favorite apps of the week. We have each of the writers here at AC select an app of their choice to put on display each Saturday, giving you a glimpse at what we’re using on our own phones on a regular basis.
This week is packing a few apps to have [Read More...]
You’ve arrived at the latest installment of our Editor’s Picks! Here we take some time to dig through the multitudes of apps and games available in the Google PlayStore only to bring you 15 of the best! These are apps and games that we find to be the most fun/useful/etc, and will make for a great edition to your Android smartphone or tablet.
Don’t forget if [Read More...]