android weekly
09 Jun 2015

Android Weekly Recap – Android M, Project Ara and More

Project Ara: Almost Ready for Launch At Google I/O, folks finally put together a true Project Ara phone and turned it on. The project is all about true smartphone customization where you can cherry pick the hardware components (system memory, battery, camera, processor etc.) and assemble your smartphone yourself. Project

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android weekly may
28 May 2015

Android Weekly Recap – Beware of Factory Resets!

Did you know that a factory reset – something we’ve all come to believe is a full wipe/format for our Android phones – does not remove all data? In last week’s news, we found out this and other interesting things. From the possibility of fingerprint tech in Android M to

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android apps
28 May 2015

5 Best Invoicing Apps for Android – Simple, Minimal and Powerful

Many people have to get to their computers to create and send invoices. With a large chunk of business transactions going mobile – sending payments, requesting payments, email communication, sending docs for signature etc. – invoicing is still stuck in the PC-era in most cases. With startups, small businesses and

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Best Reddit Apps for Android
28 May 2015

Best Reddit Apps for Android

Reddit is one of the first websites I check every morning for news, interesting reading material, funny things, stuff on science and more. When I had an iPhone, I relied on Alien Blue for my morning reddit routine. Once I switched to Android, I knew I was in for some

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BEST INBOX ZERO APPS FOR ANDROID
16 May 2015

Best Inbox Zero Apps for Android

Email is a “problematic” communication tool that’s here to stay for a long time. Lots of people and companies – including giants like Google – are trying to figure out a way to make email really work. And one of the philosophies that drive today’s email conundrum is Inbox Zero

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