Google Play Store Update Adds Android L Material Design [Download]

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Last month at the annual Google I/O Developer event Android users and developers received their first look at the next version of Android months before the official release for the first time in over three years. Google debuted what will be known as Android 4.5 or 5.0 at the event, but is calling it the […]

How to Listen to YouTube Videos on iPhone Without Video

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If you ever come across a YouTube video that you merely just want to listen to, here’s how to disable the video in order to save your data. YouTube is full of videos that you really just need to hear the audio for, such as music videos, TED Talks, etc. However, the YouTube iOS app […]

Listeria Fears Show Benefit of Recall Apps

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A nationwide recall of peaches, plums and nectarines over Listeria fears highlights the benefit of recall apps that can alert users to potentially dangerous food fast. In this most recent recall worries of Listeria contamination prompts the recall of several types of fruit and also in Wegman’s baked goods. This recall is over due to […]

Saves Turn Facebook iPhone App Into A Bookmarking Tool

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Today Facebook introduced Save on Facebook, a new way for Facebook users to go back and fully explore interesting articles from the web, an iPhone or a device running Google’s Android operating system. Announce today, Save on Facebook is part bookmarking service and part personal assistant. When users see an interesting video, television show, album […]

How to Take Perfect Photos for Twitter on iPhone

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If you want to get the most out of Twitter, taking the best possible photos is one big step to ensure that your followers stick around. Twitter has put a lot of emphasis lately on making photos the forefront of the Twitter experience, but there’s one glaring problem with the way that the social media […]

How to Find a Lost Galaxy S5

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There’s nothing worse these days than losing a smartphone. Especially if you lose your brand new Samsung Galaxy S5. Smartphones are an essential part of most owners lives and often contain an array of sensitive data. If the unfortunate event happens, or it gets stolen, you’ll want to be prepared for the situation. When it […]

Google Opts for Honesty on Free Apps

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Google is doing owners and parents of kids with Android-based smartphones and tablets a huge favor. Starting soon the company won’t call free apps with in-app purchases sold through its Google Play Store free apps. Google has yet to make an official statement through the Android Blog that it usually makes these types of announcements through. […]

iPhone Reminder Alternatives: 3 Great Apps

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The stock iPhone Reminder app isn’t all that bad, but developers are doing a heck of a job creating some really great third-party reminder apps. Here are three of our favorites. A good reminder app is hard to come by these days. The only thing that makes the iPhone’s stock Reminder app any good is […]

Drink Ordering Coming to Starbucks for iPhone & More

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Starbucks is no longer playing around with the possibility of letting its customers order their drinks without actually being in the store or at a service counter. This past Wednesday the company confirmed that it plans to let its customers order drinks through their Starbucks for iPhone and Android apps. Adam Brotman, who is Starbucks’ […]

Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited Arrives as the Netflix for eBooks

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Amazon has launched a new Kindle ebook service called Kindle Unlimited that allows you to rent an unlimited number of ebooks for just a monthly fee of $9.99. The service is an all-you-can-read buffet that costs just $10 per month, and with that you get to choose from over 600,000 ebooks and “thousands” of audiobooks […]

How to Get Severe Weather Alerts on Your iPhone

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When a big storm is coming your way, here’s how you can get notified on your iPhone so that you can be prepared when it hits your area. More often than not, you check the weather frequently to see if it’s going to rain or thunderstorm in your area during the day, so you’re usually […]

NFL Sunday Ticket for All, but Watch Out for the Fine Print

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NFL Sunday Ticket is now available to anyone without the need for a DirecTV satellite subscription, but pay attention to the fine print, as there may be a catch. Previously, NFL Sunday Ticket was only available to those who subscribed to DirecTV, and even then you still had to pay for the NFL streaming, which […]

How to Delete Your Internet Browser History

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There are many reasons to delete your internet browser history. No matter what reason you choose, here’s how to delete it and hide your tracks. First off, it’s important to note that your browser history and search history are two different things. This how-to guide will show you how to delete your browser history, but […]

Best Android Tablet Apps [July, 2014]

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When it comes to buying an Android tablet one thing that constantly gets talked about is apps. In the early days of Android tablets the app selection wasn’t very good, and the OS wasn’t built with a tablet in mind. However, things have severely changed over the course of the past few years and the […]

How to Delete Your Facebook Account

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If you’re fed up with Facebook and the amount of drama and idiocy that shows up in your News Feed, here’s how to delete your Facebook account once and for all. Facebook used to be a magical place where college students were able to connect with each other in a way that was never thought […]

iPhone Mail Alternatives: 3 Great Apps

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If you’re not a big fan of the stock Mail app on your iPhone, here are three great alternatives that you should try out. The Mail app that comes pre-installed on your iPhone can be handy to have, especially if it’s all you really know, and since it’s natively integrated into the iOS ecosystem, it […]

How to Watch the 2014 MLB All-Star Game Live

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If you want to watch this year’s MLB All-Star Game, you no longer need a television with an antenna or cable subscription. For the first time ever, you can officially stream it using the MLB At Bat mobile app on your iOS, Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone device, or through MLB.TV on a variety of […]

How to Store Important Documents on Your iPhone

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If you have a lot of important documents that you frequently refer to, but don’t want to keep digging them out of the filing cabinet, here’s how to have all that information quickly accessible on your iPhone. It’s important to keep physical paper copies of important documents, but that usually results in piles of documents […]

Android Wear Brings the Matrix Code to Your Wrist

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Now that Android Wear devices like the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live are readily available to users we’re starting to see developers embrace the platform and start building apps and watch faces. Everything from games, custom launchers, and now a Matrix code or “falling code” watch face is available. Last month Google announced […]

Ultimate iPhone Driving App Easily Shares Your ETA

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Texting and driving is illegal in most states, but what if you need to tell someone your ETA based on your location? Thankfully, there’s an app for that. OMW is an app available on iPhone, and it received a generous update this week, allowing users to set favorite destinations and keep recent destinations near the […]