Due to Apple’s strict policies for its App Store, playing emulated games on iOS devices just isn’t possible unless you jailbreak your device. It’s the opposite of what it’s like on Android, where emulators can be easily found and installed from virtually anywhere.…Read More »
If you have an Android phone, you’ve probably heard of CyanogenMod. It’s the aftermarket firmware for dozens of phones that is constantly being tweaked and improved to run faster, better, and more up to date.
(As a bonus you’ll never get carrier bloat like CarrierIQ.)
However, until Friday, CyanogenMod has been stuck at version 7.2, which was based off of Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread.…Read More »
Originally published Oct. 17, 2011. Updated for CyanogenMod 9.
Is your Android device feeling a bit sluggish? Are you annoyed at your manufacturer for stuffing unwanted apps onto your phone? Do you hate how you never seem to get Android updates?…Read More »