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Let how you feel dictate your playlist with Moodagent for Android

Moodagent Free for your Android phone is an app that generates playlists based on your mood. It's a great way to break you out of the rut of listening to your music library in the same order over and over again, and it's a solid alternative to the standard Apple Genius playlists. When you boot up t ... Full Article »

January 11, 2011 10:46am

MicDroid Android app just doesn't sing

MicDroid is an app for your Android phone that recreates the robot singing voice effects that have been heard in songs by T-Pain, Ke$ha and Kanye. It's not quite at the caliber of quality as the I Am T-Pain app on the iPhone platform, but I'd still recommend keeping this one away from the tweens in ... Full Article »

January 10, 2011 1:30pm

Capture your thoughts with the Virtual Recorder Android app

Android phones have powerful voice-search and voice-input capabilities, but no stock voice recorder. Virtual Recorder for Android fills in this gap, but still leaves room for improvement. The app doesn't offer any frills. It launches right to the recorder screen. In my opinion, the main screen coul ... Full Article »

January 3, 2011 5:22am

Android App Video Review: SketchBook Mobile

I would never associate the Android platform with drawing or artistic expression, but there’s a newer app that offers some of the most amazing tools for the devices out there. SketchBook Mobile is a full-featured app for Android phones that brings a true drawing experience to your phone. ... Full Article »

December 15, 2010 5:23am

Fresh Android Apps for Dec. 10: Gmail update, YouTube update

Today's Fresh Android apps features two very important updates for popular stand-alone apps Gmail and YouTube. Gmail update (Android) FREE Gmail now features an option that gives you easier access to the email you care most about. The Priority Inbox makes messages from friends, family and work pr ... Full Article »

December 10, 2010 5:48am

Google Books leads Android Apps of the Week

This past week brought a flurry of Google updates, spanning Android (Gingerbread 2.3 & Honeycomb 3.0 news), Chrome (OS and Web Store), and Apps. Google Books was one of the new products launched amidst all this news, with a penchant to compete against Amazon, Apple and other print media distribu ... Full Article »

December 9, 2010 3:59pm

SketchBook Mobile Android app helps you get the picture

The developers of drawing application SketchBook Mobile boast that their app is of "professional grade." And from the moment you launch the program, you'll see that this app is very sophisticated, indeed. Unfortunately, the fact that SketchBook Mobile is so involved makes it a bit inaccessible to th ... Full Article »

December 9, 2010 3:37am

Unleash your creativity with these artistic Android apps

Everyone's got a little artistry to them, and it's nice to take that experience mobile. While Android hasn't received the same attention as the iPhone, or more notably the iPad, there is still a range of apps an artist of any kind can appreciate. From drawing to palette inspiration, here are some An ... Full Article »

December 8, 2010 9:31am

Rdio could be your go-to Android app for all things music

iTunes. Love it or hate it, we all know and hate/like/love its most basic functions. That is, it allows us to save all of our tunes in one place, sync it to our Apple-based devices, and take those tunes with us wherever we roam. Rdio joins the mobile music fray with similar capabilities tied to a su ... Full Article »

November 22, 2010 1:36pm

Android App Video Review: Scanner Radio

If you’ve ever had the crazy itch to listen-in on what’s going on around your area, this is the app for you. Scanner Radio brings a large amount of live radio directly to your phone. You are able to listen in on various police stations as well as the fire department and many more. ... Full Article »

November 17, 2010 3:01am


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