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Microsoft Might Be Bringing Android Apps to Windows Phone

David Smothers February 12, 2014

Unnamed insiders are telling The Verge’s Tom Warren that Microsoft is considering bringing Android apps to both Windows Phone and other Windows devices. Looks like the WP8 app ecosystem could get a lot better in the blink of an eye. Windows Phone 8 boasts some rad hardware. Now-Microsoft-owned Nokia in particular, constantly puts out uniquely… Continue Reading »

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The 20 Best iOS And Android Apps Of 2012

David Smothers January 5, 2013

Nearly six years after the debut of the iPhone, mobile applications are beginning to mature. The best mobile apps of 2012 – with a few notable exceptions – are more about refined practicality rather than anything revolutionary. So while this year’s list lacks medium-defining breakthroughs like Instagram and Shazam, it showcases new and meaningfully updated apps that simply… Continue Reading »

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Best Apps of the Week (6/29): Android Edition

David Smothers July 8, 2013

It’s the weekend and you’re looking for a good app. Where do you go? Over to Mobile Magazine of course! During our “Best Apps of the Week” feature we take a look at 5 of the ‘best’ new Android apps that have arrived during the past week. Without further ado: Monsters University Disney’s tie-in to Monsters University has now arrived… Continue Reading »

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Apple Unveils HealthKit Platform for Mobile-Based Health Apps

David Smothers June 2, 2014

Apple Inc took the wraps off a mobile application that can collect and analyze users’ health data, part of a suite of new features outlined for its computing and mobile software, at its annual developers’ conference on Monday. Called “Healthkit,” it will pull together data such as blood pressure and weight, collected by a growing… Continue Reading »

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Want to Know if Your Android Device Could Be Hacked via Heartbleed?

David Smothers April 15, 2014

Heartbleed is causing heartache on hundreds of servers all over the internet, but security researchers have also warned that the bug could allow direct hacks of Android, too. Here’s how to check if your device is at risk. While researchers at security firm Symantec happily report that the major browsers don’t rely on the OpenSSL… Continue Reading »

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LastPass for Android can now fill your app logins in for you

David Smothers March 26, 2014

You may know LastPass, the cross-platform password manager, as a safe haven for website login details and common form info. Now, as well as playing nice with Chrome for mobile devices, the latest version of LastPass for Android can fill in app login data for you, too. Once it’s updated and you’ve authorized this new… Continue Reading »

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Amazon launches AppStream cloud engine for apps

David Smothers March 17, 2014

Amazon Web Services is already the biggest cloud computing platform, powering millions of websites globally. Now the company wants it to do the same for applications. The newly-launched AppStream allows users to stream resource hungry applications from the cloud. The software or applications that individuals can use have traditionally been limited by the hardware in… Continue Reading »

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Samsung Gear 2 Smartwatch Ditches Android, Keeps the Rest

David Smothers February 23, 2014

As expected, Samsung has released its follow-up to last fall’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch. The biggest change? That it’s left Android in favor of a Tizen, an open source operating system that gives Samsung a battery boost and, more importantly, a sense of independence. There are some internal upgrades here worth talking about as well; the… Continue Reading »

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Today’s Apps Gone Free: WhatsApp Messenger, All-In Fitness, Chopper Mike And More

David Smothers July 17, 2013

Stay in touch with all of your friends with the cross-platform messenger, WhatsApp Messenger. We also have a fitness app that will help you get into shape, and a challenging arcade game that has you piloting a helicopter through obstacle courses. All app prices are subject to change at any time and without notice regardless… Continue Reading »

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Best Apps of the Week (7/1): WP8 Edition

David Smothers July 7, 2013

Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 hardly has a fraction of the marketshare of iOS and Android, but the OS has quickly become the de facto “third place” contender in the smartphone OS wars – arguably usurping Blackberry from the position. That’s why we’ve decided to test out the waters on a “Windows Phone 8″ edition of… Continue Reading »

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