Android Custom Theme of the Month: Moonshine

  • June 23, 2014

We’re starting up a new recurring feature: Android Custom Theme of the Month. This is to give you inspiration for how to make your Android device beautiful while simultaneously recognizing the developers of the different components of these theme packages. This month’s theme: Moonshine.

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Android Customization Toolkit: the apps you need

  • June 20, 2014

As we begin to push out some new content to help you customize your Android phone’s look, such as our first official app, we want you to know the basics and have the tools to put together our future suggestions. Let’s check out the Getting Things Tech Android Customization Toolkit.

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Introducing Flat Calendar Widget for Android

  • June 4, 2014

Once upon a time, I wanted a calendar widget for my Android devices that had a nice, flat, modern look to it. Simple Calendar Widget gives you that to some extent, but it wasn’t working out for some of my customizations since I wanted some color. There are just not many calendar widgets in the Play Store, so I decided to make one myself.

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Best open source apps for Android phones and tablets

  • May 1, 2014

There are many reasons to look into open source apps for Android or any other devices you might use. You might be interested in privacy, money savings, or just like to support the open source community for all they do. Perhaps you don’t have any particular reason for it, but just happen to find that open source apps work better than the competition. No matter what the reason, we have all the best open source apps for Android.Before moving on to the apps, it is important to mention that Android is

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Students can get discounted Nexus 7 plus free Chromecast at Best Buy

  • April 7, 2014

One of the best Android tablets can be had for a $30 discount in addition to a free Chromecast ($35 value) for a limited time at Best Buy.

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LastPass offers premium features to students for free

  • April 3, 2014

Our favorite password manager and overall excellent tool to make it easy to follow online security best practices LastPass is offering a promotion to students who aren’t ready to commit to the $12/year subscription to their premium service. They get it for free!

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New research reveals the most stable mobile operating systems, devices

  • March 30, 2014

App development and research firm Crittercism has completed extensive research from their customers, which gives insight on app, operating system, and device performance on Android and iOS. The results might surprise you!

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Best deals of the year on SD cards from Amazon today

  • March 24, 2014

Amazon is having one of their Gold Box Sales today, this time on SD cards and microSD cards. These are really great deals on better-than-standard SD cards and microSD cards.

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How to secure your passwords with LastPass

  • March 22, 2014

A lot of our privacy and security content makes an important assumption. That assumption is that nobody can get into your account without breaking through some sort of protective measures, meaning you are only vulnerable due to either your activities or security holes on the web. The truth is, though, bad passwords are much more often your personal security’s weakest link.

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A beginner’s guide to rooting on Android: A glossary

  • March 21, 2014

One of the hardest things to do when learning how to root your Android device is figuring out the meanings of many of the terms used in whichever directions you’re using. Our guide to rooting wants to make sure you aren’t confused about terminology when you start going through the rooting process.

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