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There’s a great new File Manager in the Market called File Expert from Geek Software Technology. This handy app does a lot of cool things and has some great features. You can transfer files wirelessly through several different methods, manage your apps and view several types of files. It’s similar to a few of the other File Managers, but still manages to stand out with a few different features.
There’s a new photo sharing Android app that just entered the Market called, “CliqueIt.” It’s still in the beta stages, but has a lot of potential. Sure there are countless other photo sharing apps, but this one does it a little differently. With CliqueIt you can join mobile communities, and share photos with only those in your group. You can make your own public or private (password protected) groups, letting you share with everyone, or only those you choose.
VNC Viewer is one of the useful Android apps that lets you control your desktop environment on your Android phone. Great if you have an iMac or one of those big Windows PC Machine as you can practically control them even while your in another room.
Cox Communications is the 3rd largest cable TV provider in the US with over 6 million customers and they have just released a new app for their subscribers called Cox Mobile Connect. The app works by allowing customers to control their Cox TV and telephone services. Its great for those times when someone tells you about a new show and you aren’t at home to search for it, you can set it to record and watch it later. You can also view the TV listings to check out what’s coming on soon or to plan your viewing schedule for .
When your looking for a good news reader app, there are many options available in the market. I have tried at least a dozen, some worked well while others were uninstalled quickly. I lucked up when I came across an Android app called “Pulse” by Alphonso Labs.
The programs interface and design are very slick and everything is streamlined. It has the classic black background and all the news windows scroll smoothly.
If you’re an MMA fan like myself, you know there is a lot to keep up with in the sport and most of all, you don’t want to miss a good fight. There are several MMA Android Apps in the market, but one stands far above the rest. Enter the Android App called “iTrackMMA.”
5 Awesome Privacy Android Apps: Smartphones continue to gain popularity world-wide, and no operating system has seen more explosive growth than Android’s OS. It’s based on the same Linux kernel that’s used in desktop PCs, and in itself is just as secure. However, the more data that is transmitted through the Internet through these devices, the greater the privacy and security concerns become. Fortunately, some Android application, or “app” developers, have already spotted some of the vulnerabilities for the average user, and here are five great privacy apps to help anyone secure their device.
If you haven’t noticed video stores seem to be going the way of the dinosaur. As the video stores fade away, more people are turning to kiosks like Redbox. As great as the kiosks are, there has always been one drawback which is driving down there only to find that they don’t have your movie. Well, Redbox has an app that will take care of those problems for you.
The famous online ticket website finally got an Android app, and it was worth the wait. If you’ve used StubHub before you won’t have any problem using this application. This program will you find tickets to Sporting Events, Concerts and Theater shows. It’s as simple as picking your location and searching for the event you want to attend.
You’ve all probably heard about extending your computer’s windows onto another display unit, right? This multi-display setup is usual done to run more apps and software for productivity’s sake. But what if it is about extending your main computer’s display onto a smaller screen display – such as on your Android phone? Sounds a little off balance, right? But hey, that’s what this new Android app called iDisplay lets you do.
If you get many calls from unidentified numbers – meaning those which are not in your Android phone’s contact list, you certainly need a caller id. One of the Android apps that you might want to consider is TrueCaller. TrueCaller is a very useful app especially if you get too many incoming calls from unknown numbers. What this app does is to show you who is calling before answering to know if the number is not saved in your Android phone’s contact list. In other words, TrueCaller Android app is a mobile caller ID that works in real time.
Here’s something that will really blow you away with its sleek user interface. The Android app is called PowerAMP and it’s one of the best if not the best music player for Android that I have used so far. Topping this app’s great features are easy-to-navigate and beautiful interface and built-in dynamic equalizers. So, here we go with our PowerAMP Android app review.