Tag Archive: Review


Moto G4 review: Balanced on a budget

How does the Moto G4 stack up to other budget phones?

The Quick Take

The Moto G4 is a 5.5-inch Android phone that lacks any kind of definition to help it stand out. With a single top speaker grill, and its rounded corners, it blends in. It delivers a great display that is easy to see both inside and outdoors, along with a battery that will keep you going all day — and then some. It’s  [Read More…]

Moto G4 review: Balanced on a budget

The Moto G4 proves a budget phone can be quite capable.

The Quick Take

The Moto G4 is a 5.5-inch Android phone that lacks any kind of definition to help it stand out. With a single top speaker grill, and its rounded corners, it blends in. It delivers a great display that is easy to see both inside and outdoors, along with a battery that will keep you going all day — and then some. It’s  [Read More…]

Blu Studio Touch review: yet another unlocked $100 phone worth a look

When it comes to the topic of reviewing a phone that carries a retail price of roughly $ 100, it’s easy to view them in a favorable light. How can something that doesn’t cost all that much ultimately disappoint? Surely, it’s worth the price tag, right? As it turns out, there are instances where you can

Swipe It: Simple premise, simple play, simple game (review)

Overview Swipe it is an unabashedly simple Android game for all ages from developer M/Games, where the goal is to swipe your screen in the same direction as the game indicates, as long as you can until you screw up and have to start over. That’s really all there is to say for an intro;

Acer Chromebook R11 review: Solid laptop, mediocre convertible

Acer Chromebook R11 Full review

As we head toward the future of Android apps being available on Chrome OS, the idea of a small, convertible touchscreen Chromebook makes a little more sense. Before that announcement at Google I/O 2016, a Chromebook that could fold back into a touch-only device didn’t really have much appeal. Chrome apps weren’t ready for touch, and the OS as a whole still preferred a mouse and keyboard.

The Acer Chromebook R11 is  [Read More…]

Community Review: SCOTTeVEST Knowmatic Hoodie

A valiant attempt at solving a problem we didn’t even know we needed solved.

Editor’s Note: Welcome to our first ever Community Review! This is a full product review created by a member of the Android Central community, and it’s the start of a new program here. We’re going to be slowly opening this program up to community members and companies interested in participating. Please reach out to our Community Manager if you have any  [Read More…]

MrMobile’s Moto Z review: A smartphone like no other

With an aluminum frame barely 5mm thick and slap-on “mods” that give it crazy capabilities, the Moto Z is unlike any smartphone you can buy today. It’s also the latest installment in one of the most inconsistent product families in mobile technology.

In 2013, Motorola introduced a small, modest mobile that tried to redefine what a smartphone should be, and it called it the “Moto X.” The next two years would see the company gradually abandon most of the  [Read More…]

Check out our video review of the Moto Z and Moto Z Force!

For those who aren’t down with the written word, we’ve got 6-plus minutes of Moto Z in moving pictures for you. From the streets to New York to … streets that are in other places … we’ll take you inside Moto’s latest flagship (and its Verizon-exclusive counterpart), plus its Moto Mods, and get to the most important question of all:

Is this something you should spend your hard-earned money on?

Motorola Moto Z Force Droid: Motorola’s best phone ever (Review)

Motorola is one of the oldest and most important companies in the history of the United States. Moto was founded in 1928 after the Galvin Brothers purchased the bankrupt Stewart Battery Company, its plant, and the plans for its battery eliminators for $ 750 at auction. Its first products were simple by today’s standards, they allowed radios

Argus Health & Calorie counter: Anyone want to join me in a quest to get healthier? (review)

As we get older, our responsibilities grow and our bodies slow down. It’s a fact of life that by our mid twenties we stop growing, and with every year we age our hormones and metabolism slow down. Add in job responsibilities, families, pets, and general life, it can be real easy to stop taking care of