For those of you who didn’t know, there are apps that can help you easily hide your photos, videos, and apps. One of them I use fairly often is called the “Hide It Pro” app, allows you to discretely hide your private photos, videos, and apps easily.
Category: Android Apps
Here’s how to install Flash Player on “any” Android smartphone or tablet device running ICS or Jelly Bean.
Do you need to adjust your sound quality when listening to music on your Android device? Well, I have been using DSP Manager and other apps that require custom ROMs but found this really great app that does it on any Android device, no rooting required.
Here’s a really cool app called AirDroid that lets you connect your Android via WiFi to your computer instantly. What I like the most is the ease of use on this app, simply run it and it connects your phone to your computer instantly. You can easily copy files to your phone wirelessly without messing with any IP addresses and whatnot. Besides that, there’s some other neat features like being able to send SMS messages on your computer.
Do you own a Canon DSLR camera? Do you do a lot of off-site shoots?
If so, you might want to give this DSLR Controller app a try, which is compatible on many of the newer Android tablets and smartphone. This DSLR controller app acts as a standalone DSLR liveview and remote control for your DSLR camera.
Want a barometer on your Android smartphone? You can if you own a Galaxy Nexus or a Galaxy Note, both which come with a barometer chip.
Chrome Browser app for Android has been officially released on phones with Ice Cream Sandwich. I got to try the new Chrome Android browser on my Galaxy Nexus and I have to say Google is really coming together with its Chrome browser that brings many more features to your internet browsing experience over everything else on the market right now.
Sometimes when you install custom ROMs on your Android device, the font may change to something you don’t want to use. Well if you have a rooted Android smartphone/tablet, here’s an easy way to change fonts using Font Installer App.
Android Market 3.3.11 is being deployed slowly throughout the world and if you want to have it like “right now”, you can by downloading the APK file below and installing it on your phone. The new Market 3.3.11 lets you choose to auto-update all your apps, update only on WiFi, and other changes.
Not all of you may agree but after owning literally dozens of Android smartphones, I think I have finally found the best keyboard app. That is actually the keyboard on a Samsung Galaxy S2. It’s not the keyboard itself that makes it a good keyboard (it’s just a plain Android keyboard) but the hauptic feedback settings(vibration levels) and the accompanying sound feedback and let’s me type faster than any other Android keyboard.
So for this week, I’ve got the Go Launcher EX review, app of the week! I’ve actually run into this launcher app as of this week and one of the features I ***LOVE*** about it is the fact that you can uninstall apps with ease, in fact you can just uninstall them in app drawer.
Looking for a really cool and hip way to turn your phone’s UI into 3D? Well, SPB Shell 3D launcher app is probably the best on the market right now for that, it turns all your home screens into 3D objects, which you can scroll at the tip of your fingers plus lots of other 3D animations on certain widgets.
Today’s a great day to get high on Android games as Duke Nukem 3D is coming to Android and you know what, there’s more. Grand Theft Auto 3 is coming to Android devices too. I remember playing this bad boy on my PS2 long time ago, I never got addicted because I am usually too lazy turn on my Playstation, nevermind any kind of game consoles.
Duke Nukem 3D, probably a decent, hyped-up shooting game that never hit the Top 5 charts for being like 20 years late, is coming to Android as a game app. Regardless of how badly it fared among hardcore gamers, I am actually looking forward to playing it on my Android smartphone and tablet.