App Review: SwiftKey 3
Feb15

App Review: SwiftKey 3

When I’m going to pay for an application I always look for a free version and thankfully SwiftKey has one so that I was able to test it out before deciding to spend a few bucks. This review though will be on the full version only since it is what I use daily. The free version has an expiration date anyway. I have very few paid applications on my phone for one reason – most suck. I don’t like spending money for something sight unseen...

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App Review: GO SMS Pro
Feb05

App Review: GO SMS Pro

Of all the apps that I have downloaded and continue to download on my Android phone there has always been one that continues to outlast any other even when switching ROMs. I send thousands of text messages each month and the messaging app built into Froyo, Gingerbread and ICS were never really worth using for any amount of texting. The lack of a good messaging app built in forced me to quickly track down a replacement and it hasn’t...

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App Review: PressReader
Dec03

App Review: PressReader

Have you ever looked at your newspaper and wished that you could get it just the way it is on your tablet but without the cumbersome paper? If you’ve mumbled that statement under your breath while struggling with your big bulky newspaper then you’ve no doubt tried your local papers’ app and I’ll bet that it just wasn’t up to snuff. I personally have tried a few newspaper apps and they were more hassle...

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App Review: News360
Aug10

App Review: News360

Cellphones have transformed the way that we get a variety of information but the industry most affected by the internet seems to be news organizations. Newspapers are dying left and right and…

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App Review: Dolphin Browser
Jul04

App Review: Dolphin Browser

As a rooted Android userUnlike Jailbreaking for the iPhone, rooting on Android allows you to change everything about your phone. From versions of android to boot animations you can do it all. I frequently jump from one Android operating system to another for various reasons but the main reason being performance. I’ve often found that through the various iterations of Android that the default browser is straight garbage. The...

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App Review: Flipboard
May28

App Review: Flipboard

For a period of time Flipboard was my most used app and recently it reclaimed that spot. When I first got my iPad I was obsessed with Flipboard and how awesome the layout was but for some reason the app got slower and the content seemed to be redundant. I do tire of apps pretty quickly but I honestly think Flipboard was struggling there for a bit. When I moved on from my iPhone I honestly never even looked for Flipboard on my Android...

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App Review: Whatsapp
May08

App Review: Whatsapp

I use this app everyday and if you know me you know that I have unlimited texting so why would I need an alternative texting app? Whatsapp is a reliabe alternative for those of you with limited plans but it also a fantastic way to skip those pesky international fees which is what I use it for. Got a friend who lives abroad and want to send/recieve texts, videos, voice messages and more? Whatsapp is the app that will get it done and it...

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