Android

Saygus to start accepting pre-orders for V2 by January 29

Are you raring to own a smartphone that can hold up to 320 GB of storage, great camera specs, and all for under $600? The wait is almost over as American OEM Saygus announced that they will start taking actual pre-orders starting this week, as anticipation builds up for the newest smartphone in the market whose specs rivals those of already established brands. Will it actually be worth it?

Huawei P8 images leaked, extremely slim bezels shown

We have an interesting leak to share with you guys – here’s another product from the big guns of China that would probably not quite make it to MWC 2015 in Barcelona, but would have the potential to make an impact during the 2nd half of the year. Huawei will most likely come out with the rumored Huawei P8 at that time, and these images might be the first look at what you can expect.

Plex app for Android updated with new design, single-app model

Media streaming service Plex has undergone a major update, not just in looks but also in the way you'll be able to use it. It now employs single-app model but with a small in-app purchase, as well as new additional features. But of course Ui-wise, it will also give you a more modern look and feel, although not necessarily the Material Design that most people expect from app updates of late.

Remotr app streams PC games to your Android device

A new app has landed for Android users who are also PC gamers called Remotr. The app enables PC gamers to stream their favorite games directly to their Android smartphone or tablet anywhere they are. Remotr developers say that the app gives you the same performance and visual quality you would get if you were sitting in front of your PC playing the game.

SimplyScan app offers real scanned paper effect

After the Smart Document Scanner, here's another app that can turn your phone into a mobile scanner: the SimplyScan PDF Camera Scanner. This is said to be the lightest PDF mobile document scanning app today, at least for Android, because it's very simply and easy to use. The app scans documents and automatically organizes the scanned files. It's a camera scanner, meaning you can scan any document simply by taking a photo. It can even convert an existing image already saved on your phone or tablet into PDF.

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.
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