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NOVA Launcher – Which Launcher is the best for you? – Android Launchers

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As we said yesterday, it is necessary to choose the best Android launcher for your device, and too help you with that, we will be covering the most popular ones, daily. Today, we are covering one of the best, and most popular Android launchers out there, NOVA Launcher. NOTE, while we will be covering the free version, we will also ... Read More »

How To: Transfer Music from iTunes to Android

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Transfer Music from iTunes to Android; In this guide, I’m going to be showing you how to Transfer Music from iTunes to Android. With the advent of modern technology, access to music has become quicker, easier, and nearly instantaneous with portable devices that allow people to carry around their entire music collection around with them. To Transfer Music from iTunes ... Read More »

iOS 7 Copying Android; Familiar Look

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iOS 7: Not Copying, Borrowing Unless you hadn’t been online for the past few days, you’ve probably heard of Apple’s newest iteration of iOS. Apple completely redesigned and transformed their platform into something fresher. It has been noted, though, that the mobile OS seems to look similar to some of its competitors. iOS 7 shows the biggest change to the ... Read More »

LG Working With Google for Next Generation Nexus

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For LG, Q4 2012, and Q1 2013 have been pretty big quarters. Mostly to do with the fact that they made the Nexus 4 which has been in high demand for quite a while now. In fact at one point shipping time reached 12 weeks. It’s not that LG is a bad OEM or anything, but many people have had ... Read More »

Samsung Comment on S4 Storage; Accept it; There’s an SD Slot

We recently heard that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is plagued with a lot of bloatware, at least that’s the only real explanation for how much internal storage is used up. In the 16GB Galaxy S4 model, there’s only about 9GB of usable space left. Samsung’s TouchWiz system and its related apps take up nearly 7GB of space. Some people are okay ... Read More »

JellyBean or KeyLimePie for Android’s Next Update; Your Verdict

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This week we’ve been hearing a lot about Google announcing another version of Jelly Bean instead of Key Lime Pie which is what we all were expecting and hoping to see in 2 weeks at Google I/O. We’ve been seeing builds of Android 4.3, 4.3.1, and 4.3.3 hitting our servers along with other sites like Android Police and Android Authority. ... Read More »

B&N’s Nook HD and HD+; To Get the Google Play Store App in New Update

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After being one of the first to release a “reader tablet” (ahead of Amazon), with a custom interface and custom app store, it seems B&N has licensed the Google Play Store from Google for its Nook HD and Nook HD+ tablets. This may come as a surprise to some, for me it’s no surprise. B&N’s Nook is to much of ... Read More »

Take a Look at Paranoid Android’s New Halo Feature’s [Video]

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Earlier this week, Paranoid Android showed off an awesome new feature for their custom ROM. It was called Halo. Well today, the team was nice enough to give us a test build of the custom ROM with the new features. Now before we move on, it’s important for us to note that this is a preview build and that the ... Read More »

AT&T Galaxy S4 Bootloader Unlocked; Developer not Sharing until Later this Month

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A lot of companies seem to think that people wishing to unlock their phone’s bootloaders have some ulterior motive for doing so, but more often than not this is untrue. Usually, they are just people looking to explore the true capabilities of their devices and to see what sort of software (ROM’s/Kernels) the developing community has produced. HTC has been ... Read More »

Google Swiftly Moving on From Google Glass; Filing Smartwatch Patent

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If there’s one thing that Google really impress me with is the fact that they’re never happy, they’re always thinking about what to do next, and that something just might end up being a Google smartwatch. Thanks to the USPTO, we can see that Google has a fairly defined vision on what their smartwatch might look like, and how us ... Read More »