Undelete for Root Users updated with 64-bit support

If you have ever accidentally deleted files or deleted a file and then wished you had it back, you need an app like Undelete for Root Users. As the name says, you do need root access to be able to use the app and it was recently updated with new features. The Undelete app is a free download, but to get full functionality does require an in-app purchase.

Universal ADB Helper is an easy tweaking tool for newbies

Tweaking and modding your Android device usually starts out with the desire to personalize some bits and elements of your device’s Android operating system. Usually, gaining root access would be a gateway to this, usually done by connecting your device to a laptop or a PC. This is where Universal ADB Helper helps out newbies, as it has a fairly large number of tools to help out tweakers.

Need for Speed to charge users for gas, restricted playtime

Electronic Arts is set to roll out this week a new mobile version of the popular car racing franchise Need for Speed for Android users, but not surprisingly and quite like car racing in the real world, EA will start charging for gas. It's not a new thing for game apps to have in-app purchase systems -- developers have to eat, don't they? But it is quite new for a high profile racing game to restrict the driving itself with an in-game resource paid for by real-world money.

Skyward is a simple and complicated one-tap arcade game

No, Skyward is not your favorite ship on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, but rather a new Android arcade game that seems simple at first glance, and maybe a few levels in, but gets pretty difficult as it progresses (as all games should right?). It's one of the more interesting one-tap games around, drawing similarities to Monument Valley, but with a charm all its own.

Launcher Lab lets you customize your Android device home screen

The beauty of Android lies in the platform’s ability to be customized. This includes personalization of home screens and icons according to the design preference of a person. You can design your very own home screen with different editing elements and add items you only want to see when you first open your phone. Change the design of the interface following the Lollipop or Material Design theme or depending on your mood and creativity.

Qmote is the remote button to make your smartphone smarter

Smartphones have made our life easier, or more complicated, depending on your point of view. But technology is always on the verge of inventions and discoveries that can make things even more simple and convenient. A new Kickstarter project is one of those devices that will make your smartphone and smart appliances even smarter with just one click. Qmote is out to revolitionize the way your mobile devices function, even when you're away from them.

Shazam lets you access saved playlist right on Spotify

After only more than a month, Shazam is being updated to bring fans more convenience when it comes to listening to music on Shazam. After the Rdio and Spotify integration, Shazam now allows listening to full tracks in any Shazam playlist. And even when you're outside the app, say for example Spotify, you can access your Shazams saved to a ‘My Shazam Tracks’ playlist right there. You can do the same on Rdio too. And for those who like checking out the Shazam charts regulary, know that you can access them easily by tapping the Charts on tab to see the trending Shazams and global chart among others.

HTC Hima image ‘leaks’ possible decoys

It appears HTC has been fooling us all along: a source familiar with the ongoing development of the company’s upcoming take on its HTC One flagship device has reportedly said that images leaked earlier this week are no more than decoys meant to throw nosy snoops off the trail. This is not a weird thing to do in the secret world of device development, with Apple most (in)famous for their paranoia regarding leaks of their new devices.

Samsung Galaxy S6, S Edge confirmed by Vodafone Netherlands

Everybody is excited and prepping for the launch of Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S6, and local carriers like Vodafone in Netherlands is no exception. Well, they’ve all but confirmed that they will be carrying the latest flagship phone – but a not-so-cursory look into the source code of the same website shows that they might also carry one “Samsung Galaxy S Edge”. Whatever might that be?

Google Fiber expanding to four more cities

Google has announced that it is set to expand its Google Fiber internet offering into for more locations in the US. The expansion will bring high-speed fiber optic internet service to Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham, NC, and Nashville. The expansion plans come from two people who claim to be familiar with the plans Google has in the works.
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