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Times of India application for Android
[March 21, 2015 – 03:03 pm]
Times of India application for Android

After a month of beta testing, WhatsApp has finally rolled out v2.12.250 to Android users, which brings a number of features to the popular messaging app. Not only do you get more control over your messaging options with the new update, it also gives you more emojis and decreases the amount of data used in WhatsApp calls. Let s take a look at the 5 new features that the latest WhatsApp update has brought to Android Mark as Unread With the latest update, Android users can mark messages as unread even after reading them. To be clear, this feature does not make it appear as if…

Google Voice application for Android
[September 13, 2014 – 07:11 am]
Google Voice application for Android

Google Voice allows you to give out one number to reach all of the phone numbers you re using at a given time. The ability to schedule quiet time, and organize contacts into caller groups really make Google Voice a handy service. However, making Wi-Fi or data calls is a feature that has yet to make it to the app. That s where Android apps like Talkatone, GrooVeIP, and Phone for Google Voice and GTalk come into play

Caller ID application for Android
[December 29, 2013 – 12:50 pm]
Caller ID application for Android

The default caller screen on Android is really bland. Don’t get me wrong it works just fine but when you need something more than just a name and a number, it fails. This is where the best caller ID apps for Android come into play. These apps are designed to give you an edge when receiving calls from known and unknown numbers. A simple call screen might be enough for many but for those who need to go the extra mile; we recommend the best caller ID apps for Android. Note: The 6 best caller ID apps for Android were tested on a Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone. The apps worked fine…

Spy application for Android phones
[September 22, 2014 – 11:21 am]
Spy application for Android phones

2. SpyVision – Free See what you can’t Spyvision is one of the best surveillance apps in the 7 free spy apps for Android list. Almost everyone has a spare old Android smartphone lying around these days. With SpyVision you can make that old Android smartphone useful again. Making a baby monitor is simple and quite easy. Install the app, put the smartphone where it can hear and see the baby and have a peaceful night. Once the baby wakes and starts to cry, the app will automatically sound an alarm which will be enough to wake you up too. Or if you are worried that someone may eat…

File Manager application for Android
[March 12, 2015 – 01:54 pm]
File Manager application for Android

[Price: Free] Next on our list is the venerable ES File Explorer. This file manager has been around for a very long time, but the developers have done an excellent job of keeping it up to date in terms of both features and looks. It has a pleasant interface that’s easy to use and pretty much every feature that the other ones have had so far. It supports a number of languages and even supports Android versions 1.5 and up. If you want to try it out, use the button below. [Price: Free with an option $2.99 plugin] File Explorer Ex is another one that was recommended by our readers…

Smart Applications for Android
[September 20, 2015 – 07:25 am]
Smart Applications for Android

Today I d like to talk about the Bluetooth Low Energy (or LE) APIs now available in the Android framework, and show you how easy it is to add some really interesting capabilities to mobile applications using this technology. Bluetooth LE was introduced to the core Android framework in 4.3, or API Level 18. Prior to this, there were several OEM-specific SDKs providing this behavior, but we will not be going into detail on those here. Bluetooth GATT Basics There are four primary roles that a device can fulfill in the Bluetooth LE paradigm: Broadcaster Observer Central Peripheral…

Application Locker for Android
[December 9, 2014 – 09:17 am]
Application Locker for Android

If you’re getting bored with your phone’s lock screen, maybe it’s time to try another. This is Android after all, so you’re not locked in to what came with your device—there are a ton of options to put impressive images, better notification controls, and a steady stream of news and updates right in front of you. There are more lock screen replacements in the Play Store than you can count, but the following four are among the best. They combine great design and helpful features that go beyond the stock offering from Android and handset makers. One word of advice: be sure you…