Tag Archive: Reviews


CrackBerry reviews the BlackBerry Passport!

We know more than a few of you here are former BlackBerry users and abusers, and so today marks a momentous occasion — the first new piece of BlackBerry hardware in quite some time.

Yep, it’s the new BlackBerry Passport. It’s big, it’s square, and we’ll just have to wait and see if it matters a damn in the scheme of things. Or has business already moved on to Android and iOS?

Either way, be sure  [Read More…]

Chromebook reviews: Find ’em all here!

A one-stop shop for all your Chromebook review needs

We’re all Google all day around here. We can’t get enough when it comes to Android, and Lloyd happens to have a place in his heart for Chromebooks, too. We’re big fans, and we just love seeing a platform like Chrome grow — and stumble — as it matures. We know that plenty of you guys feel the same way, and it’s great that we can get  [Read More…]

Stephen Colbert reviews the Kim Kardashian app so we don’t have to

Thank God. Because I did the last one four years ago and am still trying to wash that stench off.

If this somehow is your thing, you can download it here.

Airbnb finds short-term homes & room rentals – all from your Android [App Reviews]

Airbnb finds short-term homes & room rentals – all from your Android [App Reviews]

Finding a quality hotel room is never easy to do, so imagine how tough it must be for someone trying to find an apartment or home  [Read More…]

Redux TV delivers curated, leanback viewing experience for Google TV [App Reviews]

Redux TV delivers curated, leanback viewing experience for Google TV [App Reviews]

Google TV is not a cord cutters one stop solution because resistance from networks and online video providers makes it so. However, the recent addition of Android apps has unlocked more video  [Read More…]

Able Remote is a must-try app for every Google TV owner – voice command and shortcuts on a phone [App Reviews]

Able Remote is a must-try app for every Google TV owner – voice command and shortcuts on a phone [App Reviews]

The long-delayed update to Google TV was frustrating particularly because it kept users from  [Read More…]

i.TV is a slick companion app for television and Netflix lovers [App Reviews]

Television is one of the most popular sources of entertainment, so it makes sense that people would seek a way to incorporate that into their beloved Android phones. Television fans have a wealth of choices that do just that, and i.TV has put in its bid to be the best Android TV app.

i.TV has the backbone of what every good TV app must  [Read More…]

AirDroid sends SMS and wirelessly transfers files between desktop and Android [App reviews]

Android was among the first of the modern smartphone operating systems to truly embrace the cloud, allowing for on-device management and synching across devices. AirDroid is an application that adds a twist to that concept by providing a tool to manage important phone functions directly from a desktop computer.

AirDroid links a computer and mobile device that are on the same Wi-fi network. The  [Read More…]

Android Market App reviews now include permalinks and device details

Android Market Reviews

Let’s face it, while app reviews in the Android Market might be helpful to developers and potential customers for finding out some of the best and worst features of the current release of an app, they haven’t been altogether too informative, and could be skewed to show the app as being worst/better than it really is. Old reviews can still weigh heavily on the user’s choice, especially if  [Read More…]

BaconReader is a reddit Android app that makes everything better – as bacon always does [App Reviews]

Reddit went from being “that struggling site like Digg” to being that site that’s actually grew to be much larger and more popular (according to some traffic-monitoring sites). There’s an incredibly large and highly-engaged community around the link-and-photo-sharing site, as well as the topic-driven subreddits that keep people constantly checking back.

BaconReader has just arrived to become what’s arguably the best reddit Android app,  [Read More…]