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Floatify is a very popular app that does not require any introduction to Android users. Since its launch, the app has received a number of updates over months addressing issues reported by users and adding new features to make Floatify more awesome. At a time when Floatify seemed to have...

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Whatever brand or mobile device you go for irrespective of operating system, you will find bloat apps on all of them. The term bloatware refers to the preinstalled apps that come with a mobile device or computer. Bloats are usually injected by hardware manufacturers or OS vendors and are...

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  And here it is available for another device, and once again for an LG make. Previously, it was ported unofficially to the Nexus 4 and wrote a guide to Install Android L Developer Preview on Nexus 4. This time, we have come up with the LG Optimus G E975, which...

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The Desire 816 is one of the latest in the desire series. It is a mid-range but highly functional handset with features that are generally not affordable in this price. Its amazing hardware config includes a Snapdragon 400 1.2 GHz Quad-Core Cortex-A7 processing unit, Adreno 305 GPU, 8GB internal...

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You can't carry WiFi everywhere, can you? So what you need is the Mobile Data or we generally call it by the name "Mobile Internet". With time, the evolution of smartphones, data consumption has increased drastically over the last few years, so it is now limited accordingly by your chosen...

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European consumers have had a sneak peak at the smartphones available from Finnish start-up Jolla since late 2013. Even more importantly than the devices themselves is the OS running on these phones. Sailfish is an operating system that can run Android apps. Consumers who don't have a Jolla smartphone...

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The Grand 2 is the successor to the previously released Galaxy Grand. It covers up several reported drawbacks of the Galaxy Grand and brings a all round better hardware configuration, which includes Snapdragon 400 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 CPU, 1.5 GB RAM, 8GB internal storage, Adreno 305 GPU, 5.25 inches capacitive...

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Tablets are the new era of powerful portable computing and today we've got one here to put our concentration on. We recently covered a guide to and here is another, the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2. The tab serves a brilliant Exynos 5 Octa 5420 1.9 GHz Quad-Core processor, Mali-T628...

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"Why should we root?" The first question that hits every new user's mind, would it gain us anything? I would say "A lot!". The question is how you put your rooted device to use, it could either be for OS development or for using Apps that require root...

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This year's Google I/O event bought Android's most updated innovation to the public. What is it? "Android L"! and I am sure you've definitely heard of it. This version of Android was made available to the public as a developer preview, being limited only to the Nexus 5 and...