5 Essential iOS 7 Cydia Tweaks for Google Users

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The official iOS 7 jailbreak has been available for a while now, and we’ve been taking some time to play around with a lot of jailbreak tweaks (old and new) for iOS 7 and seeing which ones are worth your time. We’ve already discussed and featured a ton of iOS 7 Cydia tweaks that dramatically improve […]

Google Play Store Update Adds PayPal Support (Download)

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Google has been busy lately with tons of updates to Google Maps, improving Hangouts on iOS and Android, and even prepping a release of Android 4.4.3 KitKat, but today they just dropped a brand new Google Play Store with Paypal support. After years of waiting for something that we expected to arrive much much sooner, […]

How to Fix iMessage Problems When Switching to Android

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A major issue with Apple’s iMessage service is that many users have issues with their own phone number correctly transferring to a non-iPhone smartphone, but there are solutions to make the transition much smoother if you’re switching over to Android from an iPhone. Former editor-in-chief of Lifehacker Adam Pash recently wrote about his troubles when […]

iOS 8 Rumors Point to Split-Screen Multitasking on iPad

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True multitasking may be coming to the iPad when iOS 8 officially releases in the form of Microsoft Surface-like split-screening, where users can snap two apps side-by-side and use them at the same time. 9to5Mac reports that “sources with knowledge of the enhancement in development” have said that iOS 8 will come with a split-screen multitasking […]

How to Get the Google Play Music iPad App Early

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Many iOS apps are universal, meaning that one app works on both iPhone and iPad by sharing some aspects of the code, but also have unique lines of code that allow the app to recognize whether its being used on an iPhone or iPad. The Google Play Music app is one example, but the iPad […]

How to Add a Bookmark to the Galaxy S5 Homescreen

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Browsing the web is something many smartphone owners do on a daily basis, and there’s tons of different options or mobile browsers readily available. While the Galaxy S5 is one of the fastest smartphones around, there’s always way to improve or speed up the experience. Users that would rather not have to manually open Google […]

How to Close Apps on the Samsung Galaxy S5

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 is one of the fastest and most powerful smartphones available today, and as a result users will end up multi-tasking and opening a wide array of apps. The Galaxy S5 can handle nearly any app or game available today, and has 2GB of RAM for enhanced multi-tasking, but sometimes clearing or […]

How to Set Up FaceTime on iPhone, iPad and Mac

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FaceTime is Apple’s popular video chatting service that allows iPhone, iPad and Mac users to chat with each other over video. It’s a cross-platform service as well, so you can easily FaceTime with someone on your iPhone while they’re using an iPad or a Mac. It’s a really simple app to use, but setting it […]

How to Use the Galaxy S5 Camera Flash for Alerts and Notifications

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When it comes to getting notifications or alerts for incoming calls or SMS messages on the Galaxy S5 there’s a few different options available. Vibrate isn’t as inconspicuous as many users would like, and setting a phone to silent mode can have users missing important calls. However, there is another option that is silent but […]

How to Find a Lost or Stolen Android Smartphone or Tablet

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When it comes to protecting your smartphone from loss or theft there’s plenty of apps in the Google Play Store, but like Apple’s Find My iPhone, Google has its own Android Device Manager users should know about. Tracking down a lost or stolen Android smartphone or tablet can be a daunting task, not to mention […]

Turn Your iPad Into a Desktop with This iOS 7 Cydia Tweak

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You might have dreamed in the past how you wish iOS was more like OS X, bringing a desktop-like experience to the iPad with the ability to have multiple windows open and work on two different apps side-by-side. A new iOS 7 Cydia tweak takes that dream and makes it a reality. It’s aptly called […]

Watch Dogs Release Includes iPhone, iPad & Android Gaming (Videos)

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The Watch Dogs release this month includes an app that lets gamers keep playing on the iPhone, iPad or Android. Ubisoft announced the mobile app last year, and now we are getting  closer look at how the Watch Dogs game plays on a tablet in two new videos showing off how you can play on […]

Google Maps Update Delivers New Features, Apple Waits for iOS 8

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Google Maps for iOS and Android has been updated today with several new features and improvements that give a generous boost to the app’s turn-by-turn navigation capabilities. The biggest feature is perhaps the addition of lane guidance, which tells drivers what lane they need to be in when it comes to merging with traffic or […]

Samsung Galaxy S5 Notification Bar Icons Explained

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Now that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is here and has been readily available from US carriers for nearly a month, more and more consumers are starting to buy the latest smartphone and are now full of questions. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is filled with features, options and settings, and surely consumers have seen a few […]

5 iOS 7 Cydia Tweaks for a More Convenient iPhone

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While the latest iOS update may not be jailbreak ready, users running iOS 7.0.6 or older can still enjoy the wonderful world of jailbreaking, and I’ve been taking advantage of this by trying out all sorts of nifty iOS 7 Cydia tweaks on my iPhone and iPad, and finding out which ones are worth your […]

Snapchat Takes on FaceTime with Video Chatting and Messaging

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The popular and unique photo-sharing app Snapchat has launched its biggest update yet on iPhone and Android devices, with the ability to video chat and message other users, on top of the ability to send self-distructing selfies. The new features will hopefully move Snapchat into the same arena as Apple’s FaceTime and iMessage services, and […]

How to Enable Developer Options on the Samsung Galaxy S5

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The brand new Samsung Galaxy S5 is packed full of advanced features, controls, fingerprint sensors for security and more but there’s a few more options that Google chooses to hide from the average user. Developers and enthusiasts looking to control additional aspects of their device, change settings, or enable USB debugging for advanced functions will […]

LG G3 vs. LG G2: 5 Things Buyers Can Expect

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The LG G3 release date is quickly approaching, and consumers are looking forward to finding out more details regarding the smartphone and if it’s worth waiting for. With the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 both up for sale throughout the United States, most of the attention has turned to what’s next from LG. […]

Free Hulu Streaming Coming to iPhone and Android This Summer

Free Hulu coming this summer to mobile devices

The popular TV show streaming service Hulu has announced that it will be launching free Hulu streaming on iPhone and Android devices starting at some point this summer. Currently, you have to be a Hulu Plus subscriber in order to stream TV shows on your mobile device, but that will change over the summer when […]