Over the past week, more Google Android apps have gotten some pretty big updates that you definitely should know about. Some of you might simply
Focal is an AOSP camera app that we reported back in July, which delivers many more features than the stock AOSP/Google camera. It was originally part
Google announced earlier today that Quickoffice will now be free for everyone on Android and iOS. Previously a $10-20 app, depending on the version and
Music2SD is an Xposed framework module for rooted devices, which modifies the save location in Google Play Music to whatever you want it to be.
While we’re still waiting for the famed Google Voice integration into Hangouts, the service is at least getting a small update on October 1, at
If you’ve got a computer on and ready for whenever you’re home, but you don’t like it running all day doing whatever nefarious things computers
The Xposed framework for root users was updated today to support Android 4.3, so if you’ve been on the fence about upgrading due to Xposed
Showtime (YouTube Floating HD Player) is an application that pops up YouTube content in its own window, allowing you to work on your Android device
Sidebar Plus is an app by Root Uninstaller, the people who brought you an application of the same name, and Taskbar, a Windows 8-style launcher app.
Have you noticed that whenever you download a new app from the Google Play Store, its corresponding icon appears on your home screen? Even more