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App Of The Week: Any.DO

As busy as we are nowadays, you would think we would have figured out how to manage our time wisely. Still however, we find people being double-booked, forgetting appointments, and sometimes not getting a single thing done that you wanted to throughout the day. We find ourselves constantly pressured by the busy agendas that rule

App of the Week: Thumb

There are some fantastic apps out there, but some just stick out to me, and Thumb is one of them. When an app can tie a great UI, awesome functionality, and a reason to come back again and again all in one package, I feel like it’s worth getting an App of the Week. Thumb

App Of The Week: YouMail

I think the number one thing that I hate most about cell phones, and having one, is voicemails. It may just be because I am lazy, but I hate checking my voicemails. At one point I actually instructed those who got my voicemail to not leave me one, because I will most likely never check

App Of The Week: Wunderlist

It doesn’t matter what you do, where you work, or how old you are, everyone worries about getting stuff done. Whether you work a job with countless deadlines, attend high school or college like myself, or have to up your GamerScore on Xbox, people have things to do. Obviously, having a smartphone can help you

App Of The Week: APPY Geek

In the tech world, news is one of the most important things to stay up to date on, especially with everything happening so quickly. August  has been one of the biggest months in the tech world this year, with Google picking up Motorola and Steve Jobs resigning, and if you stay out of the loop

App of the Week: SwiftKey X

No this isn’t the first keyboard we’ve put a spotlight on, and it probably won’t be the last. However, in this case, I feel it is necessary. TouchType Ltd just released their newest version of SwiftKey, dubbed SwiftKey X. What makes SwiftKey X worth the spotlight you ask, well maybe the fact that it is

App of the Week: Fuel Log

Of the main things being talked about as of late has been our nation’s struggling economy. Of course, with a poor economy comes loss of jobs and price inflations, but one of the main issues for many is the prices for oil and fuel. The prices of gasoline are soaring again, and this is really

App Of The Week: Poynt

As a faithful smartphone user, the concept of having things “on the go” is something I am regularly spoiled with. Social networking, communication, productivity apps such word processors and calculators, everything is on the go. One thing we do often need when on the go, is directions. When I say directions, I mean more than

App of the Week: Friendcaster for Facebook

Android users have been on a long, bumpy ride when it comes to Facebook apps. Our official Facebook app is still catching up to its iPhone competitor, and hopefully with update 1.6 our cries will no longer be in vain. Also with Bloo for Facebook passing, we seemed to be left out to dry when

App of the Week: Shopkick

I’ve seen Shopkick in the Market for a while now, and just recently decided to give it a try. I usually tend to ignore apps that seem to “promise rewards” and aren’t supported by actual stores. However, after downloading Shopkick I have realized that is not the case at all with this app. Shopkick does

App of The Week: Timeriffic

As soon as you purchase an Android phone and own for a while you start to realize something: there are a lot of options. Many of these options are things that you must manage on the fly–turn off, turn on– and just when you think you’ve done everything you realize your GPS is running and

App of the Week: Adobe Photoshop Express

Photos are a huge part of our everyday lives. We take them to remember just about anything. Whether it’s professional photography, taking pictures on a vacation, or just messing around with your friends we take pictures all the time. Now, we have smartphones because they are mobile and they can do things like upload pictures

App of the Week: FlexT9

This isn’t the first time we’ve done a keyboard replacement as an App of the Week, but hey, we use keyboards so much that it doesn’t hurt to have options right? Options are great, and the reason this keyboard is so great is because it incorporates so many different ways to input text. FlexT9 is

App of the Week: Multicon

As Android users, we are free to customize our homescreens in any way that we want. Whether we would like to have apps, widgets, or apps and widgets, anything goes with Android. But that’s what we’re all about isn’t it? The freedom to customize as we please is what we Android users pride ourselves on.