Android

Five Fun AND Useful Smart Phone Apps

Peel TV remotes are one of those things people love to hate. After all, TV remotes are forever disappearing, their batteries dying, and they just don’t do enough. The Peel app for Android, iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is a fun and useful alternative.

How to take a screenshot on Google Nexus 7

In the past taking a screenshot from your Android device was a painful experience requiring you to root your device. Even today, many of the screenshot apps available on Google Play require root access. However, if you’re running Android Jelly Bean then you don’t need any special apps to take screenshots, since the OS comes inbuilt with support for them!

1Weather gives you the best weather experience on Android

If you have the Google Search app on your Android lets you quickly view the current weather of the location that you’re in, but anything more than that is just a painful experience! I’ve been searching for a decent weather app and came across 1Weather which is simply a cool app if you’re interested in monitoring the weather around you or any other city in the world. 1Weather gives you real-time weather information and forecasts plus weather related tweets from your area that tell you what real people are saying about current weather conditions.

How to add your blog to Google Currents

Over the past few weeks I have been using Google Currents to read the latest news. Available for Android and iOS, Google Currents delivers beautiful magazine-like editions to your tablet and smartphone for high speed and offline reading. If you’re running your very own blog which publishes an RSS feed, then adding your blog to Google Currents is extremely simple.

Game for the weekend: PITFALL!

If you remember the old Atari consoles of the 20th century, you might remember Pitfall! which became the second best selling video game for Atari 2600. [Image credit: Wikipedia] To celebrate the 30th anniversary of its release, Activision released a re-envisioned version of the game for iOS a few months back.

5 Free Antivirus Apps for Android

Ever since I bought my Nexus 7 around a month back, I’ve had a closer experience with Android. One of the first things that I did was hunt through for security applications, especially antivirus apps. Below are some of the most popular antivirus apps available for Android devices.

3 free Android games to keep you busy this weekend

It’s that time of the week again where most of us have some time to kill. This post will will look at five of the latest trending games available for free. Together these games give you hours of playing time that can easily eat up this weekend as well as the next!