Tag Archive: Apps

Digital Offers: Learn to build apps from scratch for only $39!

The phrase “there’s an app for that” covers just about everything these days. Want a date? There’s an app for that. Want some food? There’s an app for that. Want to learn more about how to please a member of the opposite sex? You get the picture. Python is one of Google’s preferred coding languages, and learning it is a gateway to building your own apps and possibly creating the next Angry Birds!

How do you get started? Well, coding  [Read More…]

Evening brief: Android apps hit Chrome OS and Samsung’s Milk Music goes sour

The day’s latest Android news, now with more green battery icons and one fewer music streaming service.

Another day, another evolution of the Galaxy Note 7 recall situation. But this is good news this time around — U.S. Note 7s are getting the new software update that will give recalled Note 7 owners additional warnings about using their phone, and change the battery icon green on new safe Note 7s. Good news all around.

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How to restore your apps and settings to a new Android phone

Got a new phone? Awesome! Here’s how you can restore your apps and settings from your previous device.

Google has always synced calendar events, contacts, Drive documents, Gmail settings and other account-related information across devices, and since Android 5.0 Lollipop the company started offering the ability to restore apps to a new device. With Marshmallow, the feature was expanded to include app data as well as system settings, with all the information stored in the cloud.

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Top 5 Android apps for privacy and security

Are you a fan of Android, but maybe not Google? Are you tired of using services that track your every move, what you say and use that information against you? Here is a roundup of our favorite apps for privacy and security. Email: Protonmail Protonmail is an encrypted email service based in Switzerland. Since your

Save $50 on this Chromebook that will soon run Android apps!

Right now you can pick up a Samsung Chromebook 3 for just $ 180 at Amazon, a savings of $ 50. The 11.6-inch Chromebook offers 4GB of RAM, a 16GB SSD, an Intel Celeron N3050 processor to help it run Google’s Chrome OS with ease. Samsung’s Chromebook 3 offers 11 hours of battery life, which should get most people through an entire day’s use without plugging it in.

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Exploring the world of Adult VR apps [NSFW]

How do I find the best adult VR apps?

The last couple of years have represented the time when VR became accessible to the people. From Google Cardboard to the popularity of the Samsung Gear VR just a few weeks ago, we’ve seen experiences that can take us around the world, right to the Avengers Tower. For some of us though, there has been a lingering question, is there adult content for VR floating out there  [Read More…]

The best adult apps for Android

In an ocean of apps done poorly, these rise to the top.

If you’re reading this, chances are you have an awesome pocket computer running Android at your disposal. Today’s Android phones and tablets can pretty much do anything, and that includes things of an adult nature. We want to help you find and see that content the best way possible.

Android After Dark

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3 great replacement keyboard apps for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and S7

I’ve used a lot of smartphones. From Android to iOS, many smartphones have their own built in keyboard app with a range in quality and features. Samsung’s built in keyboard app, while highly functional with the always on number row, Emoticons, Handwriting input and other features that are nice to have, I find that I

How to download and manage apps from the Google Play Store

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Whether this is your first smartphone or just your first using Android, there’s a lot to love here, and it all starts with finding some apps to fill that new phone (or tablet) with. Google Play is the app store that Google runs, and it’s also an important piece of Android’s security as it scans apps before and after they’re downloaded and  [Read More…]

The best music apps for your Android

Whether you want to store your own music collection or explore new sounds, your Android phone has an app to meet your needs. Free apps abound, but if you’re serious about your music, you should consider one of these high-end options. Spotify Premium Image via Play.Google.com Even with a zillion free apps on the market,