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Shogun – Abandon all hope, ye who enter Bullet Hell [Game Review]

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Smooth. How many shoot’em ups (shmup) have there been for Android? A few top-down shooters and a few side-scrollers to be sure. Now, how many of those ran without hiccups? The last question definitely li…

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Air Display turns Android tablets into second monitor, control surface for PC/Mac [App Reviews]

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I’ve always been jealous of people with dual-monitor displays, especially since I do most of my work on laptop these days. My tablet has filled in some of the gaps by providing me with a secondary screen fo…

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Exitium – An action/RPG that harks back circa Final Fantasy Tactics [Game Review]

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I fear turn-based RPGs may have gone the way of the dodo, but I am finding a little relief in the exploding market of action/RPGs. Exitium is one of the newer of these hybrid games on the market, and I was pleasantly…

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NHL Gamecenter Android app offers live broadcasts and team tracking

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The NHL 2011-2012 season started last week, but the official Android app didn’t land until yesterday. Correction, the official apps didn’t arrive until yesterday because the NHL has decided to…

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Android’s currency-based pricing could lead to more expensive and more affordable apps

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No, you didn’t misread the title. Google’s decision to let developers set pricing for different currencies will have the seemingly contradictory effect of making app purchases more expensive…

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Froyo’s Apps to SD not enough for this user

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One of the reasons I rooted my old G1 so long ago was that I would run out of internal storage so quickly. It was frustrating to pay for apps and then have to uninstall them because I ran out of space. The apps to SD hack…

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BuzzVoice reads articles; it’s “Pandora for news” [App Reviews]

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Did you hear the news? Of course you did if you’re using BuzzVoice, an Android app the speaks the news. BuzzVoice takes the news of the day and has a custom voice engine read the story aloud. Users can stay up…

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14 Great Android Live Wallpapers

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Android Live Wallpapers eat up battery life and typically don’t do anything besides make your Android phone look a little prettier. So why bother with a live wallpaper at all? Because they’re so d…

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9 Ways to Make Android automatic with Tasker

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Tasker is the ultimate Android app. It creates profiles to automatically change settings, delivers shortcuts, helps manage daily activities, and automates many of the mundane tasks that you attempt to perf…

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LauncherPro Plus update adds messaging widget to its arsenal

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LauncherPro is a favorite home replacement of mine and just recently the developer decided to add widgets. Before the latest update there was a calendar, people, and bookmark widget that reminds one of the way…

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Top Apps and Widgets for Quickly Changing Settings

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A very useful tool to have in your software arsenal is an app that gives you quick access to your most commonly used settings. It’s a real timesaver when you don’t have to go to Android’s main Settings screen to cha…

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psx4droid brings PlayStation One emulation to your Android, not without problems

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If you are a gamer and have a “high performance” Android your day just become brighter with the announcement and availability of psx4droid, a functional PlayStation One emulator. The app has a bu…

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LogMeIn Ignition comes to Android [App Reviews]

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LogMeIn Ignition is a new entry in the VNC/RDP app market for Android users, but has been around for quite a while for Mac/iPad/iPhone users. Apple folks seem to like it a lot, as it garners 4+ star ratings on Apple…

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Android Users Need to Take Ownership of Their Role [OPINION]

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It was just two weeks ago that AndroidGuy writer Chuck Falzone issued a call to Android users to take the Paid App Pledge. The pledge seemed to have two purposes: To support Android development and to change the p…

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Are Android users cheapskates? Take the Paid App Pledge and say yes or no.

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Distimo released a report today that 57% of Android apps are free. Considering that developers often complain about the lack of financial rewards for Android development, we can assume that 43% of Android app…

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