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,
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Amazon is currently offering the 11.6-inch ASUS C201 Chromebook for just $ 160, a savings of $ 40. The C201 is on the list of Chromebooks that will support Android apps when Google releases the update later this year. Featuring 4GB of RAM, 16GB SSD and a Rockchip 1.8 GHz processor to offer solid performance. Chromebooks are a great portable option for those who need something to browse the web, create documents, listen to streaming music and more.
Hello again everyone! Sorry for the late submission, but here we are! It’s another installment of Editor’s Picks! Below are some of our favorite daily use apps that we think you should know about. Timely Timely is the only alarm clock application I will use. Not once in the many years that I have been
Google has announced that Chrome packaged apps and hosted apps will be phased out of Chrome for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
The Chrome desktop browser has had application support for a while now, and during that time Google found that only 1% of desktop users were actively running Chrome apps, so support will be removed by 2018.
Today, approximately 1% of users on Windows, Mac and Linux actively use Chrome packaged apps, and most hosted apps are [Read More…]
Latest exploit is roadblocked on 90% of Android devices, thanks to security feature enabled in Android 4.2.
QuadRooter is the latest big Android security scare — a collection of 4 vulnerabilities in Qualcomm-based Android gadgets that could allow a malicious app to gain root access, allowing it to do basically anything on an affected device.
Unlike last year’s Stagefright exploits, QuadRooter needs to be delivered in the form of an app, meaning you’d have to [Read More…]
Hey guys, back again this week with another edition of Editor’s Picks. This week we’re featuring a bunch of awesome games along with some handy apps that we use every day and think you guys should definitely check out! Dots & Co. From the makers of Two Dots comes another casual game that’s oh so
As most of you know, the 2016 Olympics are kicking off this weekend and things are about to heat up in Rio. The next few weeks will see athletes from all over the world taking on the best in their respective sports and vying for medals. If you’re like us, you’re going to want to
What’s the best app for the Olympics?
We can’t all stay glued to our TV sets for 17 days straight, so if you want to keep up-to-date on all the things happening at the Rio Olympics, you’ll need the best apps available!
Here are our favorites!
Best apps for everyone
The Olympics – Official App Rio 2016 NBC Olympics – News & Results ESPN theScore Rio 2016 Social Hub Olympic Athletes’ Hub Uber Airbnb
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We wish more apps were compatible with Android Auto, but right now here’s the list.
Whether you recently got into Android Auto thanks to a new vehicle purchase or are looking for a new app to try out in your car, here is a list of Android apps that will work. Most of the apps are used to stream music or play other media in the car, but there are some others that you can use [Read More…]
BlackBerry has announced the launch of the BlackBerry Hub+ suite of Android apps, which will be made available with a new software licensing program for mobile devices.
The BlackBerry Hub inbox is included in this app bundle, which also includes a calendar, password keeper, contacts. notes, a launcher and more. BlackBerry is offering a free 30-day trial for the BlackBerry Hub+ suite, via the Google Play Store. After the trial is over, customers can continue to [Read More…]