Shopping lists are pretty much a thing of the past, at least the ones penned on paper are. These days, everyone has a smartphone, which means the shopping list has gone digital. Problem is creating a shopping list in conventional notation apps can be quite a headache. The developers of [...]Read More »
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File management is a must on Android. Some file management apps are super advanced and are praised by very technical users while other file managers are basic and simple yet very elegant. OI File Manager is the latter. If you desire a basic but elegant file manager for your Android [...]Read More »
Whatsapp is a pretty popular app. It’s for good reason too considering you can send SMS, MMS and more through the service without paying extra messaging fees. Regardless, Whatsapp ends up taking a lot of storage capacity over time, specifically because of media content. Every time a friend sends a [...]Read More »
Stock Android devices can come filled to the brim with nasty bloatware. Sometimes when you get a new device, just the sheer number of startup apps can put your device to the floor. Or, after using your device, you can install so many apps that startup is a five minute [...]Read More »
Streaming media is everywhere these days. Originally made popular by services like Netflix, Hulu and similar providers, there are a lot more options now. There are some free options out there for the folks that don’t have extra money to spend, but they do not necessarily offer premium quality material. [...]Read More »
System cleaners have become a necessary evil on mobile devices. The more you use a device, the more junk keeps piling up. When you uninstall apps and delete files, they can often leave traces behind especially on internal storage or external SD card. SD Maid is designed to eliminate such [...]Read More »
There’s certainly no shortage of simple text editing apps for Android. Text Edit is another simple text editing program for Android. Let’s see if it’s worth your time, shall we?
What is it and what does it do
Text Edit is a text editing app for Android.
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[Android] Calculate your blood alcohol content instantly and find out if it’s safe to drive with SoberApp
There are plenty of times when I’m out somewhere drinking, and I realize it would be beneficial to have an estimate of my BAC. I’m one of those folks who genuinely doesn’t want to drive after drinking, but I know some of you out there do. SoberApp will take into [...]Read More »
For avid readers (and I don’t mean dotTech readers but rather people who like reading books), having a good Android app to manage your e-books is important. Aldiko Book Reader is an excellent choice. This app will provide a great reading experience on your smartphone or tablet.[...]
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I’m pretty sure that everyone knows what Pokemon is. Of course, not everyone is fond of the franchise like me, but that’s okay. I grew up with the Pokemon games and trading cards. I’m always on the lookout for something like the original games, but I’ve never quite found it. [...]Read More »
iOS users get voice dictation and search support from the infamous Siri. Hopefully you know what that is by now, but in case you don’t it’s an automated application that analyzes voice commands and turns them into actions. For example, you can tell Siri to locate a nearby restaurant, and [...]Read More »
Sometimes you just want an app to do what it says. App Cache Cleaner is one such app. It’s not a full fledged cleaning device cleaning program complete with advanced functions. It does not require root. It does not have tons and tons of features, but what it does do, [...]Read More »
I love Game of Thrones. I’m all caught up on the books, and I’ve been watching the TV series on HBO since its inception. That’s why, when I saw an app dedicated to George RR Martin’s fictional world I snatched it right up. A World of Ice and Fire is [...]Read More »
In their ’25 Years of Vulnerabilities’ study, SourceFire — a firm that focuses on providing network security solutions to companies — has revealed iPhone has 81% of all smartphone operating system vulnerabilities, followed by Android (9%), Windows Mobile/Phone (5%), and BlackBerry (4%). SourceFire based its conclusions upon data gathered by [...]Read More »
[Android] Mapsaurus helps you find new apps with recommendations based on the apps you have installed
There are so many apps available in the Google Play store, it’s almost impossible to check them all out. In fact, the app store is so littered that it can even be difficult to find what you’re looking for at times. That being said, there are tons of third party [...]Read More »
No matter where you are, sometimes you just need to write something down. Fast Notepad is an extremely simple notepad app that helps you do just that. You can create and edit text files with extreme ease right on your Android device. This app even has an option that lets [...]Read More »
Temporary, surplus and leftover files can bog down any device, and that includes mobile phones. More advanced users know how to take care of these files of their own accord. Problem is, cleaning out everything can be somewhat of a pain. That’s why there are so many cache and data [...]Read More »
The headline says it all — this is getting ridiculous. A report out of The Korea Times says that LG is also building a smart watch. The company joins Apple, Samsung and Google as companies who are heavily rumored to be working on a smart watch. Well, maybe except for [...]Read More »
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S4 has a little brother on the way. Leaked images of what look like is going to be the Galaxy S4 mini have been spotted by SamMobile, and there is both good news and bad news about the phone.
First, the good news for all the people [...]Read More »
We all love movies, or at least I’m going to assume that anyway. Regardless of what movies you enjoy most, keeping track of them all can be quite overwhelming. That is where Movie App HD comes in handy. It is essentially a giant movie database that you can carry around [...]Read More »
[Android] ZArchiver is the best free archive manager on Android — extract, create, and edit archives (ZIP, RAR, 7Z, and more) to your heart’s content
Yesterday I reviewed PowerGrasp. It’s alright for basic file extraction but If what you’re looking for is an extremely comprehensive file archive manager for Android, then ZArchiver is the app for you. ZArchiver can extract and create almost any file archive type imaginable.[...]
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The next version of Google’s Android storefront, Google Play, has been leaked in a recent video walkthrough by Droid Life. The version number is listed as 4.0.16 and while not all parts of the store are functioning just yet, it’s a pretty good glimpse of what you’ll probably be [...]Read More »
Recognize that fellow up there? That’s Guy Kawasaki, formerly of Apple but now at Google’s Motorola division. If that picture he posted on Google+ seems completely unrelated and harmless to you, hold on. There is reportedly more to it.
The Porsche video he linked in the post is an exclusive [...]Read More »
Google Chrome’s latest Experiment might just be the most entertaining one yet. “World Wide Maze” allows you to turn any website of your choosing into a 3D Marble Madness-esque game with your computer’s monitor as your main screen and your phone as a tilt controller.
To set this up, all [...]Read More »
[Android] Automatically adjust ringtone volumes based on the noise level around you with Intelligent Ringer
One of the biggest issues with always having a phone on you is that it can go off at any minute. There’s nothing I hate more than a quiet meeting, or movie being interrupted by a blaring phone. I’ll be the first to admit, I don’t always put my phone [...]Read More »
Ever download an archive file to your Android phone and need to extract it? PowerGrasp is a great tool you can use to solve the problem. PowerGrasp is a fully functional, intuitive archive extraction/creation app. The app makes easy work of most archive files. This app might not be the [...]Read More »
There are a ton of apps for Android that allow you to compose notes for personal use. Namely, Evernote comes to mind with its incredibly robust selection of features and cloud storage support. Frankly, I prefer a more minimal approach when it comes to creating personal notes and lists, and [...]Read More »
Not a fan of the Google Search app for Android? Duckduckgo Search is here to save you. Duckduckgo is an extremely powerful search engine, and this app is even more powerful. Duckduckgo Search is the best tool you’ll ever come across when you’re trying to find something online and the [...]Read More »
Is Microsoft serious? They just released an ad bashing Galaxy S III. You know, the outdated model. [Video]
If you follow tech blogs, you may have read about Microsoft’s recent failed marketing attempts to promote its products such as Surface Pro and Outlook.com. Ready to add another dumb Microsoft advertisement to the list? Look no further than the following ad which compares Nokia Lumia 920 to… Samsung Galaxy [...]Read More »
Two days ago a mysterious unannounced Google service called Keep went live for a short period of time before being disappearing again. Many of us took it as a sign that an official reveal was just around the corner and it turns out we were right — Google has officially [...]Read More »
Disappointed by Samsung’s Galaxy S4? Looking for a more pure Google experience perhaps? Well, if this anonymous source that sent in a scoop to Android and Me isn’t messing with us, we might be looking at Google’s next Nexus phone.
The source claims to work for Google and says that [...]Read More »