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Top 10 Free download apps for Android


This article is all about bringing you the best free apps for your Android device. I’m sure some will not agree with my choices, but there’s a good reason why these apps are among the most popular free download apps for mobile devices using Android. Tackling different needs, these free apps should be present on any Android-based mobile device. That ...

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Tracking lost smartphones is easy, regardless of OS!


No matter what smartphone you own, Apple or Samsung, Nokia or any other company, when you lose it or it is stolen from you, there is a big change that you will think about tracking your device. Last week, a few companies like Samsung, Apple, T-Mobile, U.S Cellular, Verizon Wireless and AT&T, decided to place anti-theft tools in their devices, ...

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Fallout Shelter makes it to the top 10 highest grossing apps chart

Fallout Shelter

Just over a week ago, Fallout Shelter was sprung onto the world during Bethesda’s first E3 conference. Essentially a free to play management game with microtransactions where you are the Overseer of your own Vault and manage the every day life of the citizens in your Vault, Fallout Shelter proved to be very popular, especially with Fallout 4 coming out this holiday ...

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Twitter is now tracking the apps installed on your mobile device


Twitter just made an announcement that’s bound to make at least a few people suspicious in regards to their intentions. The company is now tracking all the apps installed on your mobile device in order to offer more specific content for each user while they’re using the microblogging platform. Twitter emphasizes the fact that it is only collecting the list of ...

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Gmail 5.0 available in the Google Play Store

Gmail 5.0 available in the Google Play Store

Gmail is one of the most popular e-mail hosts on the planet, and updates to the service are always a welcome edition. With Google Inbox stealing all the spotlight, Gmail still manages to keep users interested in its services. Gmail 5.0 brings Material Design as one of the most noticeable features of the layout, which should be welcome by all ...

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Android L will be able to support 64-bit architecture


Google announced earlier today that a new Android L developer preview emulator image is now available. The search giant says that the preview is now able to support 64-bit apps and asks developers to consider making apps for this architecture. “Developers, start your 64-bit engines. The x86 64-bit Android L developer preview emulator image is now available,” Google announced earlier. The company ...

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Top 10 Android apps for smart use of your phone!


There are millions of top app lists all over the web, but I’ve designed this one especially for those who tend to be a bit OCD with their devices (and their lives). Once I got my hands onto a smartphone, I had already decided: it’s going to do everything for me! No more pens and papers scattered in my purse, ...

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Work with Windows 8.1 and enjoy it


Moving from an earlier version of Windows to the newest can turn out to be a challenge, specially after using an old version for some time and you definitely need an upgrade. Those who already changed their operating system have probably had some difficulties figuring out the 8.1. Well, here are some of the best tips to help both those ...

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Digify, the ultimate iOS and Android security app


Digify is a new application that has recently emerged on the market for Android and iOS and is offering something that most of us have been yearning for because of the current situation of internet privacy and security for the individual. Digify actually turns the files you wish to share with someone into content exclusive to you and it’s free ...

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Two new ways to improve your shooting with DSLR


Photographers have been given a new opportunity to improve their experience with the new app and accessory combination from Chainfire. You can now connect your phone or tablet via a cheap little accessory that mounts with a hotshoe to the top of your DSLR turning the attached device’s screen into a camera monitor, giving you a considerably larger viewing area. ...

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