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Symantec has just released another mobile security app called Norton Safety Minder that allows parents to monitor their children’s phone activity. The app is supposed to allow parents to protect their children from items that may be unsafe or just outright discouraged. The parental control app allows logging of entire browsing activity, what they are [...]
Google has finally released “Google Chrome” for Android devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Many people confuse the stock Android browser for Google Chrome but this is not the case even though we see no reason Google wouldn’t have included their own browser in the system from the start. One very disappointing aspect of [...]
Almost every gamer out there has cheated at least once with a game to acquire infinite wealth or God like stats. With GameCIH you can easily cheat at most Android Games. GameCIH requires you to have at least one hard button to run the app over the game you would like to cheat. For [...]
Lookout Mobile has proven itself top dog when it comes to detecting and blocking ad-ware and virus infested apps, now they have released Push Ad Detector. Push Ad Detector identifies applications that push spam ads that have started to become popular on Android devices. Push Ad Detector will then allow you to opt out of [...]
Mobile ODIN is an app that is an on-device ODIN utility that allows you to flash firmware directly from the device. This removes having to connect your device to a computer to flash firmwares although bootloader partitions and EFS aren’t flashed via the app. Mobile ODIN is now at version 2.0 which has added support [...]
There is a new loyalty program available for Android that is being released by Mood Media called Klikt. This app is still under pretty heavy development but works pretty good to date. The Klikt app allows you to have multiple loyalty cards within one app to avoid multiple apps or cards in your wallet. Of [...]
Dropbox has announced their beta release for their Android file sharing app. The new feature that everyone should check out is the automatic file upload feature. The automatic upload feature like Google+ will upload your images automatically so that you have a backup in the event your phone gets damaged or like us your always [...]
Most of us that want to keep an eye on our battery levels have a widget to keep an eye on it but with “Battery Bar” you never have to leave the foreground.
While taking longer than anyone would have expected Wikipedia has an official Android app on the Google Market.
Mozilla has introduced Firefox version 9 to the Android Market this morning and it looks great on tablets.
Its been some time since Gameloft announced the development of Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation and now its finally available on the Android Market.