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How to install ‘unofficial’ ClockworkMod Recovery Touch on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (both 3G and WiFi) [Guide]
ClockworkMod recovery is currently the most popular and extensive custom recovery tool for Android devices. Its wide range of features has over time made it the most preferred recovery tool for even the standard Android users. ClockworkMod Recovery Touch gives you the ability to utilize your device’s touchscreen interface (as well as the physical buttons), while the usual ClockworkMod recovery uses only the physical buttons on Android devices (Volume up, Volume down, Home, etc).…Read More »
Google already has a multiple-sign feature that allows users to sign into multiple Google accounts at the same time. Google is now rolling out something called the ‘Account Chooser’ which makes it easier for people that regularly log into multiple different Google accounts.…Read More »
Are you a famous Wiki editor by night? If you are, you probably know some form of markdown. That’s the syntax formatting that allows you to form series of asterisks and pound signs into real HTML and XHTML. MdCharm is a free markdown editor that allows for instant previews of entered code.…Read More »
If you’re not planning on upgrading to Windows 8, you’ll miss out on what’s probably my #1 feature: the Windows Store. Luckily, there are alternatives. AllMyApps is a free and great appstore for older versions of Windows.
AllMyApps is a great appstore.…Read More »
Are you a fan of puzzles? If you are, you may find PuzzleTouch a fun game to download. It’s a free jigsaw puzzle app that has dozens of built-in photos, plus the ability to create puzzles from your own photos.
PuzzleTouch is a fun little app.…Read More »
There are tons of to-do apps, and we’ve even covered several in the last few days. Astrid is different: designed for Android, Astrid lets you do all of the group management work you can do with Trello and Wunderlist, and it has a great tablet interface to top it off.…Read More »
Do you enjoy photography? If you do, you’re probably very familiar with Flickr, the popular photo-sharing website owned by Yahoo. However, until recently, its app has been relatively subpar. Now, there’s a new update that improves the app immensely, including photo detail editing, better configurability, and bug fixes.…Read More »
Text-based social networks are boring. There’s no life in them at all. On social networks like Facebook, Google+, and Twitter, you can sometimes post photos and videos, but most people just post text. Bubbly is different: it’s a primarily voice-powered social network.…Read More »
Weather Underground is one of the more reputable weather sites on the internet. What separates it from the other weather-related sites is that personal weather stations (24,000+ of them) are also a part of their global network of weather providers. This allows you to get more pinpoint weather forecasts, rather than a general one about an entire town/city.…Read More »
Glympse allows friends and family to keep track of each others’ locations. Without even having to sign-up, this app allows you to share your location privately with anyone within seconds. Glympse accomplishes this by sending a link containing your location information feed via SMS, email, Facebook, or Twitter.…Read More »
Secret Sender is a unique app that allows you to send an email message to anyone anonymously. Whether you are trying to avoid the ramifications of being “the messenger” of bad news or you want to tell someone you secretly admire them, then this is the app for you.…Read More »
Samsung and Apple had their say on Friday about the Apple v Samsung verdict but Mountain View was seemingly silent. No longer. Google issued a statement on Sunday (what the hell Google, who issues official statements on a Sunday) saying “most” of the infringement Samsung was found guilty of is not related to “core” Android functionality.…Read More »
We knew it was coming and it has arrived. Apple has filed an official notice notifying the court that it is looking for a preliminary injunction on eight Samsung devices: Galaxy S 4G, Galaxy S2 AT&T, Galaxy S2 Skyrocket, Galaxy S2 T-Mobile, Galaxy S2 Epic 4G, Galaxy S Showcase, Droid Charge, and Galaxy Prevail.…Read More »
Generally when you get slapped with a $1.05 billion fine and the potential ban on your products, it is a bad thing. In the case of Apple v Samsung, Samsung may not have received the short end of the stick after all.…Read More »
There are many apps in the Apple App Store that drop their prices to free everyday. Finding only the best to download is the hard part. I searched through the many freebies and picked out the best apps for you to download.…Read More »
This guide will help you to root the AT&T version of Samsung Galaxy S3 to enjoy the real taste of your device, to full extent. If you are looking to root your Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, or International versions of your Samsung Galaxy S3, please refer to their respective guides, rather than taking a risk by following this guide.…Read More »
By now you know how to bypass the Start screen and go straight to the desktop. If you want an easier way to skip the Windows 8 Start screen to go straight to desktop upon boot, and the ability to disable Windows 8 hotspots, then Skip Metro Suite is just what you are looking for.…Read More »
When you go to install a program on Windows 8, you may find that your installation is blocked by something called the SmartScreen Filter. Windows SmartScreen is a new feature Microsoft added in Windows 8 that, among other things, blocks installs of programs it feels are unsafe.…Read More »
Are you looking for a cross-platform tool to lighten that load of scheduling and planning daily tasks? Wunderlist is one such tool, and covers every use you could possibly think of.
While it’s not required, Wunderlist recommends a Wunderlist account. After setting it up, you can sync all of your tasks to your Android phones, iOS devices, and other computers.…Read More »
Everyone has their favorite way to launch apps and search the web. For some, Windows’ start menu is their sole app launcher and their browser’s search box is the only way they search the web. Pipy is a free app that seeks to change that: if you just want to perform a quick websearch, you shouldn’t have to wait for your browser to load, your homepage to load, your search box to respond, and finally the results to load.…Read More »
Are you a fan of the classic game Minesweeper included in practically every version of Windows ever released? You might be dismayed to know that Microsoft has opted to not include any of their games with Windows 8, instead requiring you to download them from the Windows Store.…Read More »
Are you constantly forgetting what you need to do for a project, and finding yourself looking for a way to organize your project step by step? Trello is a free app that lets you not only add tasks to each project, but even assign responsibilities to each person.…Read More »
Managing your daily tasks can be annoying, but several apps have tried to lighten that load. Unfortunately, a lot of them either don’t sync tasks to the cloud, or just have sub-par sync interfaces. Wunderlist is neither of those: with it, you can sync your tasks with great ease.…Read More »
Are you looking for an app to record whatever audio you want? It may not be the prettiest app ever designed, but Hi-Q Voice Recorder gets the job done and gets it done well. It lets you record practically instantly, and is extensively customizable.…Read More »
Permissions is a relatively new app that provides the ability to change access privileges and privacy settings for all your favorite sites. The app currently supports Facebook, Twitter, Google, Dropbox, Linkedin, Yahoo, Instagram, AOL, Foursquare, Flicker, and Familio, with Windows Live coming soon.…Read More »
Alcohology is the ultimate app for aspiring bartenders. The app features over 1200 recipes accompanied by highly-polished photos. You can search the recipes by keyword (with or without a filter) or find them by category (classic, martini, blended, cream, sour, hot, shot, smoothie).…Read More »
Fastmall is a navigation app for your nearby mall. Get complete directory maps of every mall in your area and use them to find your favorite retail stores. Fastmall even provides the option to download mall maps for use offline if you know you will be without a Wi-Fi or 3G connection.…Read More »
…With the exception of Macs. I need to clarify this point before I get flamed. With the exception of Macs, Apple does not sell overpriced products. What exactly am I trying to say? I am saying iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch are not overpriced, when compared to the competition.…Read More »
Do you know what Dropbox, Skydrive, Google Drive, and Box.net all have in common? They don’t give 50GB of free cloud storage. (Okay, you can get 50GB of free storage on Box.net if you fulfill some specific requirements but for the purposes of this poetic introduction, let’s assume that isn’t true.) Do you know what does give 50GB of free cloud storage?…Read More »
Are you looking for a tool to help you with your grammers and spelings? Ginger is a free tool that may be able to help. It lets you get both grammar and spelling corrections in all three major browsers, and Microsoft Office.…Read More »
There are dozens of image manipulation programs out there, and many of them seem designed to complicate things as much as possible. Not so with ImgTransformer: this app is quite simple. You select your photos, select your transformations, and are done.…Read More »
Some games are destined to fall away and never be played again. Others are timeless, and will exist as long as humans do. Tic Tac Toe is one of those simple, fun games, and with Simple Tic Tac Toe, you can play a fun game in just seconds on any Windows 8 or Windows RT computer.…Read More »
Are you looking for a way to make your text messages less… boring? Emotisounds is a free app that lets you add real sounds to your text messages through pre-recorded, specially-formatted phrases.
Using Emotisounds is simple enough. After installation, there’s a simple app part of Emotisounds that contains just a few settings.…Read More »
Some games are boring. Others exist only to kill time. WordHero is not one of those: instead, it is a game that is actually quite fun, expands your vocabulary, and lets you pit your word knowledge against thousands of strangers.
Getting started on WordHero is easy.…Read More »