8 Top Free Android Apps Every Blogger Must Have

Blog is the commonly used platform to express and share what we know on the internet. So as a blogger, staying connected and updated regarding the latest trends in your own niche and the blogosphere at large is very important. With the advent of various technologies such as high-end devices powered by Android, blogging has …

Top 5 Best Free Photo Editing Apps for Android Devices

As Android devices are now becoming more and more popular, they are also more capable computer-replacement. Android devices with the help of some applications, they can also perform some functions which our traditional computer does, functions like photo editing. Android devices users can now improve their photos look with some awesome applications on Google Play …

Top 5 Best Free Antivirus Apps to Protect Your Android – 2013

Since Android is no longer safe from malware, Android can be vulnerable to various attacks from spams, malware, adware, Rootkits etc. Android smartphones and tablets users must guard their devices against any form of threat, since these devices can be use to carry all sorts of personal information, although most users are ignorant of the …

New Opera Browser with WebKit Engine now Available for Android Devices

Opera Software, the company behind the popular and oldest mobile browser Opera Mini and Opera Mobile browsers recently announced that some technology behind its browser would be changed. Opera has released its first Android browser built on the WebKit rendering engine which is famous for powering mobile browsers like chrome, safari, and BlackBerry 10 browser. …

Top 5 Best Web Browsers for Android – 2013

Since the inception of Android OS, web browsers developers have been trying their best to develop a better mobile version web browser for Android smartphones and tablets. Since most smartphone users spend most of their time on the internet, and only little time on other applications. There are so many web browsers available on Google …

Android Secret Codes

Software Developers are all know for the practice of leaving “backdoors” within the code, to allow a knowledgeable person about the program to get deeper into the system than a mere end-user. These “backdoors” were not left for any malicious intent, but they are there for the OEM or programmer to get deeper into the …