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It’s Saturday afternoon, and that means it’s time for another Apps of the Week post where we show off a few of our (currently) favorite apps. A handful of the Android Central writers have chimed in this week with an app that keeps them productive, entertained or just solves a problem that’s bothering them on […]

Popular Google Reader app Press has been updated with new performance improvements, as well as various bug fixes. The second update for the app brings it up to version 1.1.1, and since updating we’re noticing that the app does seem a good bit nippier — especially when syncing large numbers of unread articles. If you’d […]

Chrome beta for Android has received another sizable update, and a few long-standing nags have been addressed. A quick look at the change log says the white flash that appears when you load a new tab (that’s murder on the eyes at night in bed) should be gone, favicons should sync across other devices using […]

Attention music fans! Google Play Music All Access will move from $7.99 per month to $9.99 per month starting July 1. If you want to save $2 a month on the life of the service you’ll need to act before Monday rolls around. Signing up is easy — just point your browser here (or click […]

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is confirmed by Samsung’s own UAPROF files. UAPROF files of the Samsung GT-P3200 (Galaxy Tab 7.0” recently been dropped / replaced 8.0”) GT-P5200 and GT-P8200. The Galaxy Tab 3 7.0”/8.0” uses a screen resolution of  1024×600 the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1” uses a  resolution of 1280×800 and the latest tablet the Galaxy […]

As earlier reported Samsung is going to announce 8 new Android devices and today Samsung announced the Galaxy Fame. The Galaxy Fame is based on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and uses Samsung’s own Touch Wiz Nature UX interface. The Galaxy Fame uses a 3.5” TFT display, 1 GHz single core processor, 5 megapixel back camera with […]

Our pals at CrackBerry.com have had a tough day. Their beloved PlayBook tablet — you know, the only BlackBerry Tablet in existence — won’t be upgraded to BB10. Not exactly a shock, especially to those of us who are used to seeing 2-year-old devices be put out to pasture with even less fanfare. At least these guys […]

If you look back about a year ago, you’ll be reminded that Google purchased the mobile office suite Quickoffice. We finally see the fruits of the purchase, but not exactly how everyone expected to see it. Using the Microsoft Office compatibility built into Quickoffice’s document editing, users on the Chrome OS developer build track can now […]

A couple more updates for you on this fine Thursday. T-Mobile is sending out updates for the Galaxy S2 and Galaxy S3. The GS2 update is said to include security enhancements, a “Qualcomm fix” and “Vlingo S Voice improvements,” while the GS3 update has security enhancements and “improved user experience.” Both updates are available via […]

The Vine for Android app is now available on the Amazon app store, and is compatible with the Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD. That means you can now take all the six-second selfies your heart desires, and share them all with the rest if the civilized world.  Or you can freak out over … […]