Tag archive for ‘android apps’

Microsoft Apps For Android Smartphones

by Chris Cairns - on Jun 9th 2013 - No Comments
Microsoft Windows logo

We always hear about how these different tech companies are at each other’s throats, but at the same time, they’re terribly interested in capturing one another’s audiences. That’s why there are so many Google apps for iPhone, for instance. If you happen to have an Android smartphone or tablet, but you’ve...

Free Multiple Search Apps For Android Devices

by Chris Cairns - on May 22nd 2013 - No Comments
Multiple Search on the Web

Back in the early days of the Internet, you may have been more likely to simply put in a keyword of choice, tack on a “.com” to the end of it, and hope that you get a website that is reasonably relevant to your needs. These days, though, search engines are one of our most valuable resources, because they make it so much easier...

Free RAM Booster Apps For Android Devices

by Chris Cairns - on Apr 30th 2013 - No Comments
Computer Memory

It’s pretty exciting when you find yourself with a new Android tablet or smartphone, because it means that you get to spend all this time customizing the device with all sorts of great apps and widgets. However, you may find that your performance starts to suffer when you’ve installed a few too many widgets and apps. How can...

Free NFC Android Apps

by Michael Kwan - on Apr 23rd 2013 - No Comments
NFC-Enabled LG Smartphone

Your smartphone is packed with all sorts of wireless technology. You might have your regular GSM radio for voice calls and text messages. You might have 3G or even 4G LTE to handle your high-speed wireless data. And then there’s Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi, and maybe an FM radio. A growing number of Android smartphones, like the Google...

Free Baby Learning Apps For Android Devices

by Michael Kwan - on Apr 12th 2013 - No Comments
Baby Using a Tablet

For better or for worse, the current generation of children are going to grow up with technology as an integral part of their lives. They’re going to expect to use touchscreens and those multi-touch gestures are going to become second nature. Why, then, would you want to use the old-school approach when you can partake in the variety...

Free Foreign Language Phrasebook And Translation Apps For Android

by Michael Kwan - on Apr 11th 2013 - No Comments
French-English Dictionaries

Parlez-vous francais? Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Habla español? There are many things that you’ll want to consider when traveling to a foreign country, like how you can minimize your expenses by booking ahead, but what about actually communicating with the locals? Believe it or not, most people don’t speak English, so you will...

Everything You Need To Know About Google Keep

by Chris Cairns - on Apr 10th 2013 - No Comments
Google Keep for Android

We’ve come to rely on Google for a lot of our favorite services. We use Gmail for our email, Google Contacts for our address books, and Google Calendar for our appointments. And now, Google wants to help manage all of your digital sticky notes too in the form of a new product called Google Keep. What is it exactly and how will it...

Free Voice Recorder Android Apps

by Michael Kwan - on Mar 12th 2013 - No Comments
Voice Recorder Android Apps

There’s a pre-installed app on the iPhone that lets you do basic voice notes, but depending on your particular Android device, you might not have that kind of functionality right out of the box. Yes, you could use any number of basic note-taking applications to jot down a quick text-based note, but sometimes it’s just faster...

Free Android Fitness Apps

by Chris Cairns - on Mar 7th 2013 - No Comments
Running for Fitness

Summer isn’t that far away and that means it’s time for you to get that body ready for the beach. Even if you’re hitting up the surf and the sand, it’s important to keep your body in tip-top condition and you can leverage technology to aid you in these efforts. If you’re going to carry around your phone anyway,...

Free Panorama Photo Apps For Android

by Michael Kwan - on Mar 6th 2013 - No Comments
Digital Camera Lens

If you have an Android smartphone or tablet that is running one of the newer versions of Google Android, it’s possible that the native camera app already has a panorama function built into it. This is true of several devices that are running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above, but it’s not necessarily the case and you...