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‘Knock Lock’ Lets You Lock Your Phone With A Few Taps On The Screen

If you have an LG G Flex or G2, you’re probably aware of this built-in feature: you can lock and unlock your phone with a few taps on the screen in a specific rhythm. The new HTC One M8 has a similar function. For everyone else, there’s Knock Lock, a new app in the Play [...]

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Twitter Buys Android Lockscreen Replacement ‘Cover’

More than two-thirds of all social network use and activity happens on a mobile device. For Twitter specifically, that number is actually a bit higher, at 75%. This helps put into perspective several of their acquisitions over the past few years, including their most recent: Cover. If they can be certain so many of their [...]

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A Travel App That Basically Packs Your Bags For You

Travel. For some, it’s a joy. For others, not so much. But whether you’re an eager globetrotter or a reluctant business traveler, you’d probably agree that packing is less than pleasant when you’re just not sure what to bring with you. That’s where PackPoint comes in. A free app in Google Play, PackPoint helps you [...]

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Early Bird Pricing Still Available for MightyText Pro

MightyText, the Android app that let’s you text from your computer, introduced MightyText Pro in April. By subscribing to the service you receive several additional options. The Free MightyText App offers: Texting from your computer via the website, Gmail, or Facebook. Image storing. Battery status and low battery notifications. Incoming text and phone call notifications. [...]

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Send A Text Directly From Facebook With MightyText

Several months ago I wrote a post about MightyText. It’s the Android app (available on Google Play) that allows you to text from your computer. I’ve been using this app for almost a year and absolutely love it. I don’t miss texts or calls anymore if I’m on my computer and my phone is on [...]

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This Android Alarm Clock Will Keep You From Overusing Snooze

If you’re anything like me when you wake up in the morning, you hit the the “snooze” button on your alarm clock, one, two, seven times every day. It’s not an ideal way to wake up, getting just a few extra minutes of un-productive sleep, and this new app for Android devices aims to solve [...]

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Microsoft Office Comes To iPad And Android

Since the iPad was first introduced in 2010, it’s been difficult for most to use as a production tool. Lots of us still rely on our computers for the heavy lifting and day to day tasks. We think of tablets more as consumption devices since they’re easy to cuddle up with on the couch. While [...]

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How Does The ‘All New HTC One’ Stack Up To The Samsung Galaxy S5?

The “All New HTC One” made its debut this week after months of speculation, rumors, and leaked photos. As you’d expect, it looks a like like the original HTC One before it. Also like its predecessor, its biggest rival is the Samsung Galaxy S5. A few of you have asked how the two compare, so [...]

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Instagram Passes 200 Million Active Monthly Users

In a blog post Tuesday, Instagram announced they’d crossed the 200 million active users mark, which is quite the figure for a company just three and a half years old. 50 million users have joined in the last six months alone. If you recall, the Internet nearly exploded when news broke that Facebook was buying [...]

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The HTC One (M8) Is Now Available

The HTC One was one of the best phones of 2013, so there was a lot of speculation and excitement leading up to the release of the HTC One (M8). The verdict is still out as far as performance, but the specs are exciting. The sleek and sexy all metal design and dual front speakers [...]

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