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Car Wash 3D Android games wipes out

Simplicity in design and gameplay is a characteristic that seems to work well with a lot of mobile games available for your Android phone. In the case of the Car Wash 3D app, however, users might get a sense that the creators attempted to design something simple, but instead ended up with a game tha ... Full Article »

October 13, 2010 8:39am

Everything old is new again with Retro Camera Android app

That shiny new Android device of yours is totally an old-fashioned camera in disguise. Actually, it's five different retro cameras – the Barbel, the Little Orange Box, the Xolaroid 2000, the Pinhold Camera and the FudgeCan – each of which offers a distinct set of hip, nostalgic effects designed ... Full Article »

October 13, 2010 8:00am

Golf Times can save you some green

Golfers, take note. Golf Times is your free tee-time booking tool, making it easy to find courses near you, input preferred tee times and the number of players in your group, then comparing available discounts off regular rates. Just swift left and right to check the next available day for your pref ... Full Article »

October 12, 2010 10:50am

Go from Android to Zaphod in four short steps, via Wikipathia

One of the more entertaining (and educational!) quirks of the information age is the "Wikipedia rabbit hole" – a sort of accidental path that one falls into while browsing Wikipedia, with an ultimate endpoint light years away from the originally sought-out topic. Sound familiar? Well, hello there, ... Full Article »

October 12, 2010 10:11am

Mini Army Android game reinvents a cell phone original

Snake was the first game ever made for cell phones. It was simple to play, short on graphics, and incredibly addicting. OrangePixel delivers a clever twist on this old game and brings it to life for modern phones with Mini Army ($1.39). Instead of a snake, you’re building an army, one soldier at ... Full Article »

October 12, 2010 9:13am

Slow Good Reader Android app can be frustrating

A Good Reader app for your Android phone is by no means the best RSS feed manager available for your phone, but it will do the trick. Working as a standard reader, the app suffices as a service that will allow you to keep up with current events and your favorite blogs and message boards while on the ... Full Article »

October 12, 2010 9:01am

Car Home makes your Android a road warrior

Let's say it out loud. The car industry is pretty slow to evolve when it comes to things like "smart" dashboards, driver-assisting computers and the like. Microsoft made inroads into this arena with its SYNC technology, but it's only available on selected makes and models. Now, Google hits the stree ... Full Article »

October 12, 2010 8:35am

Delivery Droid Android app orders up

If this app review gig doesn't work out, I'm going to deliver pizza. The hours are nice. I like to drive. And, oh yeah, I'm now armed with the Delivery Droid app on my Android, which will make my job a whole lot easier. Delivery Droid targets delivery people with Android phones. It helps manage ord ... Full Article »

October 12, 2010 8:20am

View celebrity gossip by channel with EvriThing Gossip

If you love to keep up with the latest celebrity gossip, check out the free EvriThing Gossip app for Android. This app is packed with news, photos, videos and tweets about your favorite and infamous celebrities. Want to segment your celebrity gossip even more? This app lets you focus on news in cer ... Full Article »

October 12, 2010 7:57am

ElectroDroid a giant leap for engineers

If you're studying to be (or already are working as) an engineer or computer hardware designer, ElectroDroid might fill a need you never knew you had: A portable electronics reference app for your Droid. The long list of free content includes: * Ohm's Law* Resistor Color Code* Voltage Designer* Re ... Full Article »

October 12, 2010 7:17am

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