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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

5 best free Android QR code scanners for you

Right now, QR Code is really so popular. Maybe you can find it in the corner of a TV show, a street, a shop store, an outdoor ads or even on somebody's neck. At first, we should know that QR codes are used to reveal more information about a product, service, event or person. Generally, they direct the scanning device to a special URL, video, coupon, event page, email address, or other digital signpost with more details and content. If you are interested in the QR Code and really want to know what exactly hide in it, a QR scanner app is necessary to you! And today I will introduce you 5 best free QR Code scanner for Android.
5. ScanLife Barcode & QR Reader (Rated: 4.0)

Scan QR & UPC barcodes to discover information, prices, & coupons in seconds.
Introducing the all NEW ScanLife that helps you discover and share information from the world around you.

ScanLife turns your camera phone into a super-fast, all-in-one QR Code and barcode scanner to help you discover information from the things you see every day. Just scan to help you save money and get more information from products, magazines, displays and more.

  • See prices from over 25 different retailers to help find the best deal
  • See local prices to find a product near you (US only)
  • Read reviews from people that have bought the product on Amazon & Best Buy
  • See related deals & coupons which you can redeem or save
  • Get related accessory ideas that go with the product you scanned
  • You can even buy many of the product in a few clicks - perfect when you need to reorder from home or save a few bucks.
  • Scan food items to see nutritional information & ingredients to help you pick healthy options (US only)

Monday, September 3, 2012

5 best Free Android calendar apps to replace the default one

The calendar is an important tool in our life to remind us about the work, outside, make call or other events. And this app is indispensable for the business men. The Android default calendar app is good for some  people. But the functions are too simple to arrange some busy guys' life. Here I will introduce you 5 best free Android calendar apps for replacements.

5. Business Calendar Free (rated: 4.5)

Business Calendar might cost the most in our selection, but we feel its time-proven functionality is making it worth it. It comes with a great and smooth interface where you just pinch to zoom in and out. The widgets along with it are also great and informative. It, of course, syncs with online calendars like Google. The list of advanced functions starts with searching for events, a one-tap access to calendars and tons of options for recurring events.

  • smooth scroll- and zoomable multi-day view (1-14 days)
  • graphical and textual presentation
  • month, agenda, day and event view
  • quickly fade in/out calendars using the favorite bar
  • search function
  • configurable widgets in different sizes for month, week, agenda and day view (3 design themes for each widget type)
  • easy switching between timeline bars and event titles in month view
  • intuitive new handling option: just move your finger over some days of interest in month view to open them in the multi-day view
  • quick day overview when adding a new event
  • many options for recurrent events (e.g. to add a recurrent event that takes place every other week on Tuesday and Thursday)
  • context-sensitive help system to optimize your work with Business Calendar

Thursday, August 9, 2012

5 best Android movie apps for all of movie fans

All along, the films occupied an important position in most people's entertainment lives. I am also a movie fan, I prefer to watch some films which have good reviews in the theater. I think some of you guys like me to do so. So I come to recommend you 5 best movie apps for Android.

At first, IMDb Movies & TV, a comprehensive movie app which include movie & TV trailers, news, reviews etc. I believe most of people are so familiar with IMDb. So I bring the official android app in here.

This app allows you to look up movie information without breaking a sweat, no matter where I am. If you’re living in the US, you can use the app to look up movie showtimes, TV listings based on your timezone, and even view recaps from last night’s shows. Users around the world can view film trailers, user and critic reviews, quotes, trivia, and of course all the different IMDb’s movie charts.

Monday, August 6, 2012

5 best news apps for Android to provide you totally different way of news reading

Actually I am not so like reading news on the internet or newspaper. But reading news can make us to clear what happened around this mess world. If you like reading news. I think the follow content is just writing for you. Today I will introduce you 5 best news apps for Android with different style to present the news. Let's check them now.

5. Google Currents (Rated: 4.1)

Google Currents delivers beautiful magazine-like editions to your tablet and smartphone for high speed and offline reading.

Editions are all free and include:
Publisher editions - Publishers such as Forbes, The Guardian, TechCrunch, PBS, Saveur, and more have produced hundreds of editions including in-depth articles, videos, fine photography, slideshows, live-maps, and social streams.

Google trending editions - Google Currents uses Google search technology to hourly build a set of editions tracking the five most recent trending stories in categories such as world, entertainment, sports, science, and more. Each story is presented through a fresh edition of articles, videos, and pictures.

Your favorite blogs and feeds - Instantly, turn your Google Reader subscriptions, or any of your favorite blogs/feeds into a beautiful edition with a magazine feel.

Each edition is available for high speed offline reading, and provides quick-touch sharing. Google Currents self-adapts to differently sized phones and tablets, with your subscriptions synchronized across devices. Google Currents - a reading experience not to be missed.

Monday, July 30, 2012

5 most famous video streaming apps for android to enjoy various videos without limit

Well, today's topic is not about how to stream video from your Android phone to TV or from computer to your phone. It's just about the apps for online video watching. Maybe you are keen on watching different kinds of videos from worldwide, and really enjoy the online videos with your computer. But now, you can use your Android phone to enjoy the online videos anywhere, only with one app from the 5 apps which I will introduce to you.

Hulu Plus (Rated: 3.0)

Hulu Plus. Unlimited Instant Streaming (Subscription Required). Hulu Plus supports select phones running Android 2.2+ and select tablets running Android 3.0+ in the United States. If you are the fan of Hulu, I think you will be so disappoint to this app. Many people feedback that this app havs some troubles in video playing and devices supported. Be cautious.

Watch the full current season of popular shows including Modern Family, The Office, Family Guy, and many others
Enjoy classic series including Lost and Battlestar Galactica
Resume watching from where you left off on your TV or other supported device
Watch over WiFi, 3G, and 4G

Thursday, July 26, 2012

How to get started with Google Now

As you navigate your Android 4.1 Jelly Bean-stocked phone or tablet, you might come across a new, built-in feature called Google Now.

Often mislabeled as a Siri competitor, Google Now is not an intelligent voice recognition service. Instead, it's a built-in assistant that serves up Google search-based answers to voiced questions.

Google Now also tries to give you those answers before you even pose a question by predicting the data you want, based on your search history.

Voice search and shortcuts

To access Google Now, swipe up from any screen. Whether you're in the browser, at a home screen, or anywhere else, you'll always be able to call up Google Now by swiping up from the bottom edge of the screen.

At the top of the Google Now interface, you'll see a standard search bar. Here you can type your search term, or say, "Google" to activate voice search. Once you say "Google" you can perform a search, or use one of these search shortcuts.

With some searches, like for sports teams and definitions, Google Now will "speak" the found data out loud. (For a demo, watch the video above.)

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Android apps of London 2012 Olympic Games to get all about the games (Update)

As we known, the quadrennial Olympic Games will be hold in London on July 27th, 2012. If you were the big fan of sport, or you really cared about how those athletes challenged themselves, how many prizes you loved athletes would take, but you don't have so much time to spend in the front of TV and computer. I think you can use these 2 Android apps to get all news and results from Olympic Games immediately. They are come from official. And the other apps from third party can also provide you full information. You can use some apps to watch live with your android devices.

Official Apps:

The first one is London 2012 Join In App. This Join In app is rich in data. The initial download is 8MB, but the app requires approximately 60-80MB once fully installed. Some data will download on demand, such as overlay maps, for which a data connection is required. Phones with limited memory and disk space may experience degraded performance. Please scroll down for handset compatibility.

Friday, July 13, 2012

How to disable your Android phone add the new icon on home screen after installing app

Actually, it's a common situation there is a new icon added on your screen after you installed a new app. But it doesn't always come out. Sure it can come in handy, but it also can be pretty annoying. Now, let's me told you how to disable it on the Android devices.

Disabling the auto-add widgets (or shortcuts) feature is easy.

  1. Launch the Google Play Store on your Android device.
  2. Tap on Menu and then Settings.
  3. Uncheck the box next to "auto-add widgets."

Easy enough. Now, you can install apps, be it from the Google Play Web site, or through the Play Store app on the device itself and not have to worry about your home screen(s) being cluttered up with your latest downloads. If you love auto add shortcut on screen, you can go back into Settings in the Play Store and turn it back on. Will I told you actually I read this article from CNet? Obviously NO!

Monday, July 9, 2012

Manage your Android phone from computer now

Today I will introduce you a PC tool which named SnapPea. It's a powerful tool for you to manage your Android devices just like manage android apps, contacts and send message from your computer. And what's more, this is a freeware to use, and have become the most popular Android device management tool in China.

What SnapPea can do for you?

1. Manage your Android from your PC
Organize your contacts, music, and pics from the comfort of your desktop. Transfer any file in the blink of an eye.

2. Download apps for FREE
Download thousands of apps for your Android, instant and free of charge. Current content partners include 1Mobile and TED talks, with more are on the way.

3. Save your data plan
Apps download to the desktop, so you no longer need to worry about your mobile data plan.

4. Text message from your computer
Send text messages from a full-size keyboard, without touching your phone.

5. Import your iTunes music
Importing your iTunes library to your Android is just a click away. Don't leave home without your music ever again.

Click here to check whether your device be supported or not.

If you are interested in this software, just click here to download it.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

3 best android call blocker apps to keep annoying from you

As we know there is a function with Android, that is call blacklist to block someone's call which you wanna ignore it. But I think that function is not so easy to use. To black list a caller, press the "Menu" button, from the main screen. Then select "Settings" and then "Call Settings." Scroll to the bottom of the list and select "Black List." Click "Add Phone Number" and then you can either manually type in a phone number in the text box or you can click on the silhouette icon along the right of the text box and select an entry from your contact list. Click "OK" to finish. Actually, I think with the help from some powerful apps, you can block the call or SMS much easier than this operation. OK, let's check those 3 top call blocker apps from Google Play.

3. Call Blocker (Rated: 4.3)
The latest Call Blocker with Premium features will be a good call filter just for you. We now support Chinese,English, German,French,Portugal and Spanish languages.

Block unwanted calls now and protect your privacy. Now with better developed features, you will no longer need to worry about privacy leak. Protect your private info 24x7.

Monday, July 2, 2012

3 great Android switch apps to control your data and power with only one click

Well, today I go to Google Play and searched with various of keywords. Because I want to find out some really good apps. And I picked out 3 great switch apps to turn on or off some data and power section with only one click. Android have such kind of default widget also, but I think it's so limited. We need the widget can control everything what we can controlled with our Android phone. OK, let's check them now.

Power Controls (Rated: 4.6)

An free advanced power control widget without ADs.

Here contains the following toggle options:
Wifi, Mobile Data (3G/4G), 2G/3G toggle (2-Click), WiMax (4G for EVO), Bluetooth, Bluetooth discovery, Data Sync, Airplane Mode, Screen Auto Rotate, Wifi Hotspot, Volume toggle, GPS* (shortcut to gps settings), Four brightness modes (low, mid, high, and auto), Auto brightness, Flashlight, Screen Always On, USB Tether, Screen Timeout toggle, Battery info, Multimedia buttons (play/ next track/ prev track), Multimedia mute, NFC, Custom application shortcut

Thursday, June 28, 2012

5 best android features which comes in Android Jelly Bean

Just few days before, Google announced Nexus 7, Nexus Q and the most important one - Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. As we known, Nexus 7 runs Android 4.1 now, and Google Nexus devices will update to Android 4.1 in July. Xoom from Motorola also can get his update directly from Google. But it still be a mystery when the other Android device can get this update, which we can sure some of them can never get this update.

Well, no matter which one device can get this update first, let's check the 5 best improvements android features from Android 4.1.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Flipboard App Released for Android Phones

Android phones are about to get one of the best apps made for the iPhone and iPad: Flipboard, the popular social news magazine, is finally heading to Android phones today.

"People are using Flipboard on one out of every 10 iPads right now," Flipboard co-founder and CEO Mike McCue told ABC News. "We looked at the Android device specifically, and all the different screen sizes, and made sure Flipboard would look great on all those different types of phones."

Flipboard was released for the iPad in 2010 and then for the iPhone a few months later. The app allows users to sign in to their Facebook, Twitter, or other supported social networks, and it displays the status updates, links and pictures in an interactive magazine format. With the Android app, Flipboard also added a Flipboard widget that updates with new stories.

The app will be preloaded on the new Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone, which is launching with all four major U.S. carriers this month.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Top 3 Android zip file manager for someone need

Well, actually I think this kind of app is really not so popular as keyboard or video player. But it still be useful when you download the file with Zip format from some websites or E-mail. OK, today I will list 3 best zip file manager which can only organize the zip and related files. No argument about other files manager.

3. WinZip (Rated: 4.2)

Now the world's #1 zip utility makes it easy to view, open and save zip files on your Android device, whether they're attached to an incoming email, downloaded from a web page or opened from an SD memory card.

WinZip for Android top features

  • View supported file formats directly within the WinZip app. Easily open other popular formats with 3rd-party app integration.
  • Open encrypted Zip files (including AES128 and AES256) to review sensitive material safely while on the go.
  • Copy unzipped content to the clipboard to paste into an email or another application. Save the last extracted zip file to access at later time.
2. ArchiDroid (Rated: 4.4)

Easy to use archive manager. [RAR, ZIP, TAR, GZIP, BZIP2 and 7zip]

  • App ArchiDroid: Easy to use archive manager.
  • Unpacking of RAR, ZIP, TAR, GZIP (gz), BZIP2 (bz2), tar.bz2, tar.gz and 7ZIP* (7z) archives.
  • Unpacking of encrypted ZIP and RAR (password protected) archives.
  • Support of multi-volume (split) RAR archives.
  • In some browsers and file managers you will be able to move quickly to the process of unpacking.
  • Can create simple or encrypted ZIP archives.

*7ZIP archives with Copy or LZMA codec. Some methods require 128MB of free memory on sdcard

1. AndroZip File Manager (Rated: 4.5)

AndroZip File Manager helps you copy, delete, move, search, and organize your files, music, pictures, and folders just like you would do on your PC.

  • With over 5 million downloads and its support of ZIP, encrypted ZIP, RAR, TAR, GZIP and BZIP2. 
  • AndroZip File Manager is definitive leader among similar applications on the market.
  • Besides the archive functionality it also lets you send files, e.g. via email.
  • Optimized specifically for both, phone and tablet displays. Due to many added features like drag and drop functionality, AndroZip File Manager is preferred among tablet users.
  • Use it also to back up your applications and install new application APK on your phone, and manage phone memory and resources via task manager.
  • Installs to SD card.
Beside those specialized zip file managers, some file explorer can also unzip the files. You can find them in this article: 

5 Top Rated Free File Managers for Android Phones and Tablets


Thursday, June 14, 2012

Top 5 Android malware troublemakers ID'd (Share)

A security company has identified five leading types of malware in the wild that could be dangerous to Android phone and tablet users, including one that snags personally identifiable information and another that can send and read text messages.

SophosLabs said Thursday it examined statistics from the installations of its Android mobile security app on devices in 118 countries, and the "volume of malware that we've discovered highlights that mobile security is a real and growing problem, especially on Android," said Graham Cluley, senior security consultant at Sophos.

"Criminals are creating more and more targeted malware for different platforms, and smartphone users need to wise up to the fact that security is no longer limited to PCs, but mobiles and tablets are also at risk if not sufficiently protected."

There are now more than 460,000 apps in the Google Play market for Android, according to AppBrain, although there are other sources for downloading Android apps. And it is those other sources than can cause trouble.

Chet Wisniewski, senior security advisor at Sophos, told that most users get infected when they "side-load" apps. "This is the act of loading programs from non-official sources ... Often they are 'paid' apps offered for free by pirates who load them up with mobile Trojans."

Naturally, there isn't any obvious way to know when you've been infected, he said. "You might find out when charges appear on your mobile phone bill, or if your accounts start to become compromised. The best approach is to run security software on your phone to screen for anything malicious."

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

3 Best free SMS apps for Android to make your text become much more funny

Talk about the SMS UI in Android OS, I think it's just so so. The default SMS features is normal without too much spark or shortcoming. And I think you will be tired of it because it can't change the background, can't use funny emotion and even can't chat in a group. Well, today, I will introduce you 3 best Android sms apps for you, of course totally free.

3. GO SMS Pro (Rated: 4.5)

GO SMS PRO brings you cool UI, fast and convenient SMS/MMS experience.GO SMS is the most popular messaging app; Very powerful, Cool, Funny, Safe, Fully customizable; Well support SMS/MMS + GO Chat(free message) + Walkie Talkie(free voice). MUST HAVE.

  • Full SMS/MMS support
  • GO Share service, send file through 2G/3G/4G or WIFI or by one SMS
  • GO Chat/Facebook Chat support
  • Doodle, Handwriting
  • Private box
  • Schedule SMS
  • Batch modes
  • SMS backup and restore by all or by conversations, can be sent to email
  • Many cool themes; also DIY theme, Theme Maker plug-in;
  • Support GESTURE, left/right slip, many transition effect
  • Support Emoji with Emoji pulg-in
  • And more

Sunday, June 10, 2012

How Amazing of Android Apps?

If you are an Android developers, you will not be surprise at the Android apps news. And below, I will show you an infographic about the amazing android apps. As we know there are already above 300 million android phone all around this world. And if you also visited iTunes app store and Google Play, you would hardly to make a conclusion about which one owns more apps. This infographic will answer you some questions. Maybe after reading, you will raise an idea to become an android app developer. Just enjoy it.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Android Ice Cream Sandwich Now Achieve 7.1% For All Android Smartphones

Just almost 1 month ago, there are only 4.9% of Android smartphone run Android ice cream sandwich. And now,  there are about 7.1% of Android smartphone run it now.

That's a healthy jump, but even so it's hard to avoid pointing out that previous versions of Android are still tenaciously hanging on to significant chunks of Android share. In fact, Android 2.3 increased its share in the previous two months by a small amount. Android 2.2 thankfully shrunk — but it still powers more than double the number of ICS devices accessing the market with 19.1 percent.

As for other Android versions, Cupcake (1.5) has 0.3%, Donut (1.6) – 0.6%, Eclair (2.1) – 5.2%, and Honeycomb (3.x) – 2.7%.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

5 best Android wallpaper apps to beautify your home screen

Maybe you have been tried to the toneless default wallpapers in your Android phone early, but also can't get enough time to consider which kind of wallpaper you want. Well, if you visit Google Play, you will find there are various of  wallpaper apps for your downloading. And today, I just picked out 5 best Android HD Wallpaper apps for you.

5. Cool Wallpapers HD (Rated:4.8)

Cool Wallpapers! Over 100,000 Android HD Wallpapers! You can save these cool Android wallpapers in one of two ways: "Save to Gallery" or "Set as Wallpaper"!

  • Intuitive and FAST navigation through a beautiful gallery.
  • Categorized images!
  • Search through wallpapers using keywords
  • Share wallpapers via Facebook, Twitter, or Email!
4. Flikie Wallpapers HD (Rated: 4.5)

This app owns 17000+ high quality wallpapers & backgrounds,free newsletters and hot albums.

  • Update new HD wallpapers everyday
  • Set as wallpaper
  • Save wallpapers to local
  • Share wallpapers with friends
  • View wallpapers in 3D gallery
  • Wallpaper auto-change support
  • Full-screen view
  • Swipe paging

Monday, May 28, 2012

5 Best Launchers for Android 4+ Only in 2012 (Update)

I love android because it's easy to use. And when the UI bored me, I can change it without root. I just need to install a new launcher for my phone. OK, we can also find so many different launchers from Google Play. But most of them can only be compatible with Android 2. So how can we do with Android 4.0? Don't worry, today I just pick up 5 best launchers for Android 4.0+ Only. It‘s a bit hard to find them all. Just let's check them!

5. QQLauncher (Rated: 4.4)
QQ Launcher is a superior Android-based desktop application, and the newest version support Android 4.0 and 720P resolution.


  1. Built-in widgets such as shortcut switches and task manager;
  2. Impressive screen-switching effects (menu > settings > screen);
  3. A complete set of program management functions, free sequencing, multidimensional arrangements, and smart searches;
  4. Quick access to the Store for users to download applications anytime;
  5. Custom folders that classify applications;
  6. One-key desktop relocation without losing anything. (Tapping OK after the first installation will guide you through importing default desktop icons.)
  7. Provide several sets of personalized skin;
  8. Cool Lock Screen.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

HTC Android 4.0 ICS updates list expands

Over at the quietly brilliant manufacturer HTC’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich list expansions are happening everywhere with new phones added to the list and phones already on the list getting updated schedules. This list is what HTC considers its nearly-definitive list of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates and can therefor be trusted about as far as you can trust any list on earth. Notably absent from the list are all of the HTC tablets released to date – you’ll have to go rogue if you want that kind of hardcore underground tasty treat action.

HTC has added quite a few of their 2011 smartphones to the list, with such beasts as the HTC Sensation already grabbing the update before this list expires their expectation for update dates. For example the HTC Sensations expected update range is between March and June of 2012, while our T-Mobile (4G) version has it already. This means you can expect your update for these devices on the list well before HTC promises you’ll have them.

DROID Incredible 2 by HTC : To be determined (by the end of August)
HTC Amaze 4G : May-June
HTC Desire S : June-July
HTC Desire HD : July-August
HTC EVO 3D : June-July
HTC EVO 4G+ : May-June
HTC EVO Design 4G : June-July
HTC Incredible S : June-July
HTC Sensation : March-June
HTC Sensation 4G : March-June
HTC Sensation XE : March-June
HTC Sensation XL : April-Jun
HTC Rezound : June-July
HTC Rhyme : June-July
HTC Thunderbolt : July-August
HTC Velocity 4G : March-June
HTC Vivid : March-June

The folks at HTC have noted specifically that devices with 512MB of ROM or less will not be upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This includes smartphones such as HTC ChaCha, HTC Salsa, HTC Wildfire S, HTC Explorer, and several more older, less awesome phones. HTC has also let the world know that the tablets HTC Flyer, HTC EVO View 4G, and HTC Jetstream will remain on their current version of Android, that being Android 3.0 Honeycomb. HTC is also clear to make the differentiation between support and upgrades:

“Upgrades are not the same thing as ongoing support. Devices not being upgraded to Android 4.0 will still get software improvements, security fixes, and technical support as needed.” – HTC

So don’t fret, those of you with the Facebook phones and the tablets galore, HTC will still help you move forward, just not to a new dessert! Along with this also comes the fact that many phones getting Android 4.0 will not get Sense 4.0, instead working with Sense 3.6, another less needy version of the software. The HTC Sensation is one example of a device that HTC Sense 4.0 cannot exist on due to its requirements for some certain bits of dedicated hardware.

From: Slashgear

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Evernote Android 4.0 comes with brand-new UI

Evernote has just released the new version for Android version with innovative interface changes. The 4.0 update of this note-taking app has a new home screen that lets you swipe out a hidden menu to get to your notes without having to always jump backwards. with Evernote 4.0, you’ll have the ability to make your notes, drawings, and all manner of idea keeping right at your fingertips in a way thats much nicer to look at and interact with than ever before.

If you have many textual notes, you will like the new reading mode as well. As you scroll down to read the rest of the note, all of the UI slides out of view, leaving you with nothing but your text. If you want to do anything with the note, just give the screen a quick tap and the interface instantly shows up again.

Whatever, let's enjoy the video about new evernote. And you can also download this app free in Google Play, just click here -- Evernot 4.0

BTW: Evernote running on HTC One X looks so great, I mean this smart phone!

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Share — Best games for the iPad (and Android tablets, too)

The iPad and other tablets are amazing gadgets with so many capabilities. There are apps that are revolutionizing medicine, science, art, music and business. But let's be honest: We really love the games.

With tens of thousands of games to choose from, however, it can be hard to separate the winners from the losers. And with game prices ranging from $1 to yikes! you definitely don't want to buy before you try without some trusted guidance.
That's why I'm here for you. My Top 8 games will give you hours of entertainment at home and on the road.

World of Goo ($5, iOS; Android) - This fantastic physics puzzler has long been one of the most downloaded games because of its unique concept - building up complex structures and machines using blobs of goo. You have to work fast, though, because these sticky little guys aren't the most stable of building blocks!

Where's My Water? ($1, iOS; Android) - This game follows in the whimsical tradition of many game apps. The object of the game is to dig holes to fix a sewer alligator's shower. You'll be hooked on the challenging puzzles. Where's My Water? was downloaded more than 1 million times in its first month of release. There's also a free version with limited levels and options.

Flight Control HD ($5, iOS; $3, Android) - Guiding planes and helicopters to a safe landing is as easy as drawing a line to mark their paths. Careful though! It gets harder. Flight Control HD proves that simple games can be the most fun. You'll juggle flight trajectories and keep the helicopters from crashing in this addicting game.

Pool Bar: Online Hustle ($3, iOS; $1.50, Android) - Maybe you need a change of pace from all the fast-paced action and tilting games. Why not turn your tablet into a pool table using Pool Bar: Online Hustle? The ball physics are flawless, and you can move the camera to view the table from any angle. Pool Bar supports two-player interaction and three different game modes.

Battleheart ($3, iOS; Android) - Battleheart is a frenetic dungeon-crawling experience. Recruit medieval warriors and wizards and equip them to rid the kingdom of monsters. Don't be fooled by the cute characters - this game is difficult. You'll have to be strategic and quick-fingered to defeat some of the more difficult beasts.

Anomaly Warzone Earth HD ($4, iOS; Android) - Wonder what it's like to be on the other end of a tower-defense game? Anomaly Warzone Earth turns the tables on the popular genre. Select your attacking forces and plan a route through a heavily fortified alien battleground. A good strategy will get your forces through to the other side. The graphics look great and the re-playability is endless.

Fruit Ninja HD ($3, iOS; Android) - If you don't feel like thinking (and let's be honest, you can't always feel like thinking!) Fruit Ninja HD offers endless, glorious hours of total mental shutdown. Use your finger to slice up fruit as it flies across the screen. Just avoid the bombs and that's it. Get extra points for carving up multiple fruits with one swipe. Fruit Ninja also comes in a free version with limited features.

Sonic CD ($5, iOS; Android) - Sonic the Hedgehog is one of the most iconic video game characters of all time. Sonic CD, his most critically acclaimed adventure, was released in 1993. Now, almost 20 years later, your favorite spinning blue hedgehog is back and better than ever.


Thursday, May 10, 2012

Android 4.0 comes to Galaxy Note now

According to the report from Engadget, Samsung has started to roll out Android 4.0 to Galaxy Notes in Europe finally.

In addition to the usual behind-the-scenes OS stuff, the 319MB heavy update also includes revamped S Note and S Memo apps and widgets. And then there's also a new version of Fudo's beloved TouchWiz.

Most of Galaxy Note owners are waiting for the Ice Cream Sandwich before first quarter in 2012, but Samsung back in March announced that the "premium suite upgrade" that would accompany the Android 4.0 update wouldn't launch until the second quarter. Samsung said that the update would be rolled out worldwide. Now the Europe users get this update first, I think people in the US and around world can get Android 4.0 sooner. Actually, if you have rooted your Note, you can use Android 4.0 now if you didn't want to wait anymore.

Before getting the ICS update, let's enjoy the video from official.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

5 Best Office Apps for Android Free

Now, more and more android phones launched with larger and larger screen like as Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X. It can't be another choice to videos watching or documents reading on those phones. What's more, with the great office documents viewer apps, we can deal with our work on the way. Here I will introduce you 5 best free office suites for android phones and tablets.

5. Olive Office Premium (Rated:3.9)

OliveOfficePremium is a software suite for Android devices that enables you to view and edit Microsoft Word(doc/docx), Excel(xls/xlsx) and PowerPoint(ppt/pptx) files. In addition,it inherits the function of viewing portable document file(pdf) and compiled help manual(chm) from OliveOfficeBasic.

Support formats: doc/docx/xls/xlsx/ppt/pptx/pdf/chm/mth

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Only 4.9% Of Devices run Android Ice Cream Sandwich

According to the latest report from Google Play Store data, there are only 4.9% of all Android devices with Ice Cream Sandwich. But it till be a significant increasing from last month's 2.9% penetration rate while Gingerbread remains running on nearly two-thirds of devices.

Why Android 4.0 get this tiny increase? At first, Google and Samsung have pushed out updates to the Galaxy Nexus S 4G in the U.S., as well as to the Galaxy S II in markets outside the U.S. And then, HTC One X, One S (only for T-Mobile) and One V had released in several markets. These two devices run Android 4.0 out of the box. Last, Sony is providing Android 4.0 updates to several of its Xperia smartphones outside the U.S.

Despite its weak presence in the market, Android 4.0 is set to climb quickly in the coming weeks and months. The HTC One X, in particular, is an outstanding Android smartphone and will surely be a hit with AT&T subscribers. Same applies to the HTC One S for T-Mobile. These are two exciting devices that will expand Android 4.0's footprint. Additionally, Sony is prepared to deliver Android 4.0 to a growing number of its Xperia smartphones in the coming weeks.

We also can't forget the Samsung Galaxy S III, which is being launched May 3 by Samsung. This device also will ship with Android 4.0 and should become available before the end of June. Given how successful Samsung's previous generations of Galaxy devices are, the S III is expected to be a smash hit.

And according to the announcements from HTC, Motorola, LG etc. more and more android phones which produced in 2011, will get update of Android 4.0. I think there must be a android 4.0 boom in the late of 2012. Just hold on and keep waiting.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Draw Something arrives in the Amazon App Store for the Kindle Fire

Draw Something has amassed many users in its time on Android and it has now made the leap onto a device that is suggested to of have captured half of the US Android market share. Yes, Draw Something is now available in the Amazon App Store for the Kindle Fire. You get two options to choose from, the free ad-supported version or you can pony up the $1.99 and go ad free. Hit the source link for the downloads or just go ahead and load up your Amazon Kindle Fire and get to drawing something fun.

Drawing is a really funny thing. Most people fall into one of two categories: excellent or incredibly terrible. What better way to expose people and complicate the matters further than by forcing you to use your chubby fingers to draw crude, cave painting-like images with a friend, and then try to guess what the other person drew? Well, that seems to be the thinking at OMGPOP, because they made a little game called Draw Something that does just that, and it's all the rage these days.

The premise is ridiculously simple: pick a word from a list of three, try and draw it using different colors and brushes, then send it along to your friend and see if they can guess the correct word. Guessing is aided by the fact that your letter selection isn't infinite; on the contrary, you're only given a small handful of letters that aren't​ in your word, so as long as you can discern what you need, you'll be fine.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Now, which is the best free online storage for you?

Today, we should talk about which one online storage is best for you. At first, we need bypass iCloud because it's only available in Mac and iOS and today we will talk about those cross-platform servers. As we known, on Tuesday morning, Google announced its own storage service called Google Drive. Now, we have Dropbox, Skydrive, Google Drive, Box and other online storage servers. About the storage server, I only pay attention to 2 points.

1. We all concern about the free storage when we use a free online storage servers. Actually, most of people needn't a large volume storage because the large file you'd better take with removable disk if the network is not so good. As for me, I am using skydrive, but never used the storage above 2G. If you really need upload some big stuffs in case, I think Skydrive is the best choice for you.

Free storage
Dropbox: 2G
Skydrive: 7G~25G
Google Drive: 5G
Box: 5G

2. We should care about the cross-platform now. More platforms support, more convenient. Fortunately, all of those 4 servers support web upload, so we do not worry about is there windows version or mac version. Just like we ignore iClound because it only have Apple version.

Support platform
Dropbox: Windows, Mac, ios, Android, Blackberry
Skydrive: Windows, Mac, ios
Google Drive: Windows, Mac, Android
Box: Windows & Mac(web only), ios, Android, Blackberry

I think both 2 point can totally make a decision for me. So the first choice for me is Skydrive between my workplace and home. Dropbox is the second for my phone and computer. Don't like Box because of the bad network make it become nothing on web browser. Google Drive? Hummm, I should try it later. Here is the 3 Best Online Storage Apps on Android which I wrote before Google Drive come out. If you are interested in it, you can try it.

So, do you have any more great free online storage server? Please leave your comment!

Sunday, April 22, 2012

5 Best free ebook readers for Android phones and tablets

If you are interested in reading book with your phone or tablet, you will be glad to see that so many different ebook reader apps in Google Play. How to choose a best one from a mount of them is a big question. But don't worry, because I have picked 5 best one out now for you, just check them.

5. Kobo eBooks (Rated: 4.3)
With Kobo, reading on your Android Smartphone or Tablet couldn't be easier. Download Kobo FREE eBooks app and start browsing millions of free and affordable books from the palm of your hand. Find everything from the hottest new releases to popular classics. With Kobo, reading books on your Android Smartphone or Tablet couldn't be easier. Make reading a fun learning experience as the app has a special feature called Reading Life, which monitors and tracks your reading statistics. You can also share memorable quotes, notes, dialogues, and more with the integrated Faebook feature.

4. 100,000 Free Books Wattpad (Rated: 4.3)
Wattpad has a great gallery of over 1,00,000+ ebooks which you browse from and all of them are Free. This social eReading app connects readers and writers across all genres – vote for the best stories, share your comments with other readers or leave a suggestion for your favorite author. Browse Wattpad's huge library of over 3 million stories ranging from contemporary suspense thrillers and mysteries, to teen fiction, poetry, romance, fantasy narratives, humour and science fiction.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Which is the best Android phone out there right now?

Which is the best Android phone out there right now?" -- the headline of this story -- is the single most common question I get asked on a day-to-day basis. And it's understandable; after all, budget considerations not withstanding, everyone wants to feel like they're buying the best of the best.

Spoiler alert: There will be no definitive answer to that question provided here today. Or anywhere, any day (not one that matters, at least). While occasionally a device comes along that raises the bar in some exciting new manner -- the Galaxy Nexus, for example -- generally speaking, there is no single "right" answer for everyone. It all comes down to what you want.

In the case of Android, we're at the start of what promises to be a spectacular streak of high-end device launches. With Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) out in the wild, manufacturers are finally starting to release their new flagship phones built around Google's latest and greatest mobile OS.

One of the first such handsets to hit is HTC's One S, which goes on sale for $200 (with a new contract, following a $50 rebate) next Wednesday on T-Mobile. I've been using the One S for a few days now, and as I wrote in my review, it's a standout phone if I've ever seen one -- a premium device that handily earns its spot among the Android elite.

So naturally, certain questions are bound to follow -- questions like: "Should I get the One S instead of the Galaxy Nexus?" "What about the Droid Razr? Is it better than that?" And: "How about that elusive Galaxy S III? Should I maybe hold out for it?"

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

3 best free photo-sharing apps for android let you enjoy colorful world

It looks like more and more people love to share the photo online, and enjoy the images from different corners of this world in different time. So Flicker was born. When we find that share photo can be much easier with our smart phone, the various of photo-sharing apps comes out. Yes, today, I will introduce you 3 top free photo-sharing apps for android phones. Just forget the top 10 or what. It's still too much for use.

3. Path (Rated: 4.1)

Path, the popular social network that competes with the likes of Instagram, allows only 150 friends to share your pictures with. You can upload your pictures directly to the network for sharing, and edit them with one of the eight free filters. Why only photos? You can also share your thoughts, the music you're listening to, where you are, who you are with and other updates.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

5 Best Android phone make you enjoy movie on Android with best experience

After several years’ growth, Android OS become the hottest mobile system now. More and more android phones have the better hardware. At the end of 2011, Galaxy Nexus announced that smartphone had stepped in the HD display era. Accordingly, in the beginning of 2012, HTC One X followed up Galaxy Nexus, leaded the smartphone to Quad-core age. I have to admit that the smartphone is better than my PC now.

Well, if you own a mobile phone that equipped HD display screen which is larger than 4.3-inch, a dual-core or even quad-core and a battery with larger capacity. Do you still want to spend much more money to get a tablet for movie watching? Come on, just wake up from the tablet boom. You can totally handle your work and entertainment with only an Android phone. Just let me introduce you the best 5 Android phones for movie watching.

5. Sony Xperia S

Sony Xperia S is packing a 4.3-inch display with 720 by 1280 pixels of resolution and a MSM8260 dual-core chipset clocked at 1.5GHz. With the 32G storage, you can save more HD movies in it. The battery on the Xperia S is rated at 1,750mAh. Sony reckons it'll provide up to 8.5 hours of yakking, 25 hours of music playback and 17.5 days on standby. About the video playback, Sony Xperia S supports MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV video which up to 1080P@30FPS.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

How to clear app cache or data to make your android phone run faster

Apps sometimes can misbehave. Before you go reaching for that task killer (don't do it!) here's something else to try. Above is the screen you'll see if you go to Settings>Applications>Manage appliations and tap on an app. You've got a bunch of buttons and numbers. The top buttons are pretty self-explanatory -- force stop makes an app quit. Uninstall either uninstalls an app -- or if it's permanently loaded onto the phone (like the Android Market should be), you'll have the option to uninstall updates.

But when we have a misbehaving app, first thing we'll try is to clear the cache. That wipes out temporary files that might be causing trouble. Your app's still there, as are all your settings.

Clearing data is a little more drastic, basically giving you a clean installation of the app, with all of your settings and log-ins returned to zero. It's pretty much the same as uninstalling and reinstalling, just quicker.

So if you're having trouble with an app, try clearing then cache, or go all-out and clear data and see if that doesn't do it for you.

From: Androidcentral

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

3 Best SMS Backup Apps For Android Phones and Tablets

Now, the SMS is playing the important role in our daily life. I believe that anybody will send and receive the SMS if they got an mobile phone. And I prefer to save some important SMS to other place so that I can restore it when some day I just install another ROM into my android phone. And today I want to share you 3 best SMS backup and restore apps for android.

1. SMS Backup (Rated: 4.6)

This apps will automatically backs up SMS messages to your Gmail account after you set it. You need to have IMAP enabled in your Gmail preferences, which must be done through a computer.

2. SMS Backup + (Rated: 4.6)

Automatically backup SMS, MMS and call log entries using a separate label in Gmail / Google Calendar. It is also possible to restore SMS and call log entries back to the phone (MMS not supported yet). Remember to enable IMAP in Gmail and set the correct time/zone.

Please note that auto backup might not work reliably when SMS Backup+ is installed on the SD card. Future version will hopefully fix this, in the meantime please move it back to phone memory if possible.

3. SMS Backup & Restore (Rated: 4.7)

  • SMS Backup & Restore is a simple Android app that backs up and restores your phone's text messages.
  • Schedule automatic backups or backup your messages anytime you wish.
  • You can view backup contents on your phone, and choose to backup selected conversations only.
  • Backups are created in XML format and saved to your device's SD card.
  • The XML can then be converted to other formats, and can also be viewed on a computer.
  • It's easy to e-mail your backup files anywhere you wish.
All of 3 apps is free and easy to handle. You can just download apps in Google Play directly with the links. Enjoy yourself! 

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Finally, Instagram Android Version is Available in Google Play

Sorry for my always bad memory but I still remember that I have been told everybody that Instagram for Android is coming several days before (Here: Instagram For Android Runs Better Than iOS ). And now, it is available in Google Play. What's more, only 2 days past, this app had reached over millions of downloads.

Launched in 2010, Instagram has been exclusive to the iPhone (and camera-enabled iPads) because Instagram's CEO Kevin Systrom wanted it to be perfect. Systrom was quoted as saying Instagram for Android is "one of the most amazing Android apps you'll ever see."

The Android version should be virtually identical to the iPhone experience with the exception that Tilt Shift/Blur, Share from Feed, Live Preview and Share to Flickr are absent till now.

In terms of functionality, the Android application itself is identical to its Apple iOS cousin, featuring simple flash controls and a camera-switch button to alternate between front-facing and rear-facing cameras with a single tap. Unfortunately, the application still lacks spot-focusing, cropping and zooming after a picture has already been taken.

As a newer in Android, Instagram still have some bugs need to be fixed. With so many Android phones available with all ranges of cameras surely this was a task that will probably take another update or two.

You can download it in Google Play: Instagram

Thursday, March 29, 2012

3 Best Online Storage Apps on Android, Which One You Prefer to

Sometimes we need to take some files from workplace to home. Or you just want to backup some videos and songs from your android phone for future use. And you also know that you need an online storage server on your phone to help you. And today, I will introduce you 3 best online storage apps here to make this problem become easier.

Fiabee (Rated: 4.1)

Storage capacity: 15G for free (only for few days)

  • Print your files from anywhere to any printer using Google Cloud Print.
  • Take a photo and upload it instantly to your account.
  • Centralize your photos and files that you have in your social network profiles into one single place (Google Docs, Facebook, Flickr, Picasa).
  • (When selected) Automatic bulk upload of all your photos to the cloud any time that a wifi connection is detected.
  • Edit from your android device your documents (using any commercial editor for Android) and sync it back to all your devices.
  • Select which specific files you want to store locally and keep always synced for quick, offline access.
  • Access, share and manage all your files on the go.
  • Search across all your devices almost instantly, even when offline.
  • Drag&Drop files to your Android directly from our HTML5 app (Chrome Web Store).
  • Available in English, Japanese, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Korean.

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Let's Run Android 4.0 on Nokia N9

Well, I think there is another HTC HD 2 coming. Do you remember that there is the only one mobile phone run MeeGo OS? Yes, that is Nokia N9, I am afraid that some friends with Nokia N9 doesn't have a wonderful app life because this OS is really not so popular. But now, I should to say the next image still can raise your hope again to Nokia N9.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

5 Best Android Battery Savers to Make Your Device More Durable

I think most people find that the battery for android is not so durable. What' more, with the HD resolution for the screen, 4G module and multiple core CPU, the battery become much poorer in some Android devices.What's more and more,I don't know which one damn reporter said that free Android apps packed with ads are majorm battery drains. Whatever, a battery saver is really necessary to us. And today, I will recommend you 5 best android battery savers to make your device become more durable.

Top 5: One Touch Battery Saver (Rated:4.3)


  • Battery Monitor, clearly shows the status of battery life and usage.
  • Switching & managing Wifi, bluetooth, GPS, background light, sound, synchronization in one touch, saves battery with efficiency.
  • Self-Customized Saving Mode, user can adjust the battery saving setting freely to fit each one's needs.
  • Battery Usage Setting, will adjust the battery usage status automatically to monitor the battery life more accurately.
  • 3 different battery models to choose, to fit your needs and style.
  • Tab widget: comes with 2 styles (1x1, 2x1), different styles of widget allow you to turn on the app with one tap! Easy and fast!

Sunday, March 18, 2012

5 best Android web browsers in 2012 to enjoy Internet with higher speed and better experience

Although the default web browser has the good speed and practical functions for us. Because of the expensive network data fee, we really need to find another web browser to make the page open with higher speed, less data and better UI. As a smart phone web browser, we hope it can support additional functions like as flash, gesture control, voice search etc. And now, I just pick out 5 best android web browsers to make your android phone much closer to a computer.

Top 5: Chrome (Rated: 4.1)

The speed and simplicity of Chrome, now on your Android phone and tablet. Search and browse fast with Chrome on your Android phone and tablet. Sign in to sync your personalized Chrome experience from your computer to bring it with you anywhere you go. Open and quickly switch between an unlimited number of tabs. On your phone, flip through tabs the way you would fan a deck of cards. On your tablet, swipe from edge to edge to switch tabs. Also it provides you the browsing privately in Incognito mode. But pay attention: this app can only run Android 4.0 or above.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Is Siine Keyboard The Best Android Keyboard in 2012?

A few days before, I wrote an article to introduce the 5 best keyboard apps for Android. And I think you also find that how important a good keyboard in your life. We can type any text with any methods like common input, voice input and the most creative one — SwiftKey. But today, I bring you guys Siine Keyboard — a rising star in keyboard filed with free.

As the most innovative keyboard yet which xda-developers commented, Siine Keyboard is really different with other keyboards when it still keep the common keyboard. The keyboard presents you with a bunch of icons, each of which has a handful of commonly used phrases assigned to it. You just press the relevant buttons and the phrases are automatically entered into the text box. With just a couple of clicks you can have an entire message ready to send. You get a whole bunch of icons with several phrases that you can customize and you can also download additional sets from within the app.

Monday, March 12, 2012

Instagram For Android Runs Better Than iOS

As the most popularphoto-filtering and sharing app on the iPhone, Instagram finally comes to Android sooner.

Co-founder Kevin Systrom announced at SXSW Sunday that the long-awaited Android version of Instagram is nearly here. He teased the version on stage, but didn’t provide a demo. The Android version is currently being tested in private beta and will be released "very soon".

“In some ways, it’s better than our iOS app. It’s crazy,” Systrom said. Running on a Galaxy Nexus, the Instagram app apparently looks great on larger-screened devices, which makes perfect sense to use considering the app’s content is gorgeous photos. The iPhone’s screen sometimes feels a little too constrained for Instagram, and more real-estate can only be a good thing.

Instagram for Android has been a long time coming, and while the wait isn’t quite over yet, the fact that the social network is talking it up at SXSW give us hope that we may not have to wait too much longer. While others have tried to replicate Instagram for Android users, they have failed to capture the essence of an app and a network that has made Instagram one of the most used apps on iPhones.

Whatever, before Instagram for Android release, we still have other great camera apps on Android to enrich our life. You can check the Top 5 camera apps for android in 2012.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

5 Best Android Keyboard Apps Enhance Input Speed and Accuracy (Update)

Well, I believe that most of people is not satisfied with the original keyboard on Android because of the less new words, small keyboard and high error. And right now I believe that some people still grapple with various keyboard apps in Google Market (aka Google Play). Right now, I will bring you guys 5 best Android Keyboard Apps from Google Play. Just pick out one from them.

5. SlideIT Soft Keyboard (Rated: 4.0)

SlideIT keyboard is an excellent tool for entering text, replacing your touchscreen keyboard. SlideIT keyboard enables users to dramatically improve writing speed with practically no learning curve. Instead of entering text by tapping on the keyboard letters, SlideIT keyboard eases texting by sliding a finger along the keyboard letters, while the words “magically” appear on the screen.

Among SlideIT great features:
- Smart predictions and disambiguation
- Over 45 language packs and layouts
- More than 30 skins
- Speech-to-text
- Handwriting recognition
- Keyboard customization
- Import contacts from your phone

Monday, March 5, 2012

Top 5 Android Downloader Apps to Help You Download Everything When You Want

Downloading the files with the android devices can be such painful especially when you download a large file. You must want to kill anything around you when the downloading process stop in 99%. There is always solution for everything. If you wanna an stable and fast download process. You can just install an Downloader app from Android Market. But you will also find that a great downloader app is not so easy to get. Here, I will list 5 top rated android downloader tools to help you.

Top 5: Turbo Downloader (Rated: 4.1)

The First Download Accelerating App in the Android Market. Simply Long Press on a link on your browser and choose "Share Link" => "Turbo Downloader" and start the download in turbo speed! Due to time constraints and dev resources availability Turbo Downloader will no longer be technically supported.

Top 4: Download All Files (Rated: 4.1)

Download all files from the Web and Gmail in hassel-free a way. Previously you might have encountered the "Content not support" error message while trying to download APK, RAR, ZIP, MP3, DOC, XLS or other files. With Download All Files you will be able to download these files to your device. This app works like a browser plugin and enables you to download all file types and allows you to save them easily to your SD card.

Top 3: Download Everything Pro (Rated: 4.3)

Download Everything Pro is a very lite yet super powerful downloading utility that will let you search and download all the indexed mediafire files. It has all the classic features plus many new cool features and a graceful look too. You will definitely fall in love with the simplicity of this utility. Now you are not constrained to download just one file at a time, now you can download upto 6 files simultaneously. The app now has a proper history management feature too.

Top 2: aDownloader (Rated: 4.3)

Top 1: IDM (Rated: 4.6)

Internet Download Manager is a tool to increase download speeds by up to 500 percent, resume and schedule downloads. Comprehensive error recovery and resume capability will restart broken or interrupted downloads due to lost connections, network problems, computer shutdowns, or unexpected power outages. Simple graphic user interface makes IDM user friendly and easy to use.

I believe that most of people have tried IDM on PC, now this app is available on Android. But after I read the comments about this app, I find most of people feedback that this app can not really do such what it writes. Here I recommend to use Download All Files. If you find this is not suitable on your android phone. You can just try another one in the 5 apps.

Monday, February 27, 2012

5 Top rated camera apps make your android phone become funny digital camera

Maybe you are really not satisfied with the quality and capability of your Android phone camera. Because of the original ROM, the image got worse even it taken from 5 Mega Pixel or even higher. And you can not take some notes or add some funny/cool stuff on your photo instantly. Fortunately, we still can download the camera app to make our main camera become much more powerful. But there are dozens of camera apps in Android market. Don't worry, today, I just picked out 5 top rated camera apps for you. Let's check them all.

Top 5: Camera360 Ultimate (Rated: 4.3)
Camera360 Ultimate

Camera360 is a worldwide popular camera app for Phone, and ever pointed as one of TOP 100 technology products by PC World. With its simple operations, fantastic effects, and fluent UE, Camera360 won support and favor from more than 20 million fans in every corner on the earth within just one year. Camera360 finally leads fashion of phone photography’s development.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Top 5 Free Security and Antivirus tools to protect your android phone all the time

As an open source OS, android allows anybody to modify the system files and develop the app for it. It could result the potential security hazard to the mobile bill and your personal information  in your Android phone. Actually, if you just install app with Android Market or download from my blog (every app is links to Android Market ), I think your phone is safe. But not all of apps what you need can be found from Market. Now I think you should install the security & Antivirus app to scan your phone and protect it totally. Today, I have collected 5 best free security & Antivirus apps from Android Market for you. Let's take a look!

Top 5: Norton Security and Antivirus (Rated: 4.2)

Norton™ Mobile Security Lite protects your mobile device against loss, theft and malware. Norton lends its anti-malware, anti virus, and security expertise to mobile. Your life and your important Stuff is on your phone. Keep it safe with Norton™ Mobile Security Lite for Android.

Top 4: Antivirus Free (Rated: 4.4)

AVG Antivirus for Smartphones & Tablets automatically detects harmful Apps & SMS AVG Mobilation™ Antivirus Free is a free mobile security solution that helps protects your phone from viruses, malware, spyware & online exploitation in real-time.
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