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Opera’s Web-Kit Based Browser Now Available In The Play Store, Ready To Take On Chrome

Opera’s finally ready to unveil their Webkit-powered browser for Android to the world as it exits its beta today. We first caught wind of the browser during a brief preview in February at Mobile World Congress. The beta launched in March and exits into the Play Store with a few new features and a promise of something better. Opera surprised many when it… Read more

What’s On Your Homescreen? Dima Aryeh

What’s On Your Homescreen? is back with another homescreen, wildly different from the previous one. It’s my turn to brag, so here is my home screen: On my main device, the Samsung Galaxy Note II, I’m a huge fan of consistency, and my icon pack reflects that. Every icon in the Glasklart icon pack is uniform and gray, which really suits my taste. This… Read more

Top 4 Reader Recommendations: Streaming Music Services

We covered music players last week, so this week I wanted to focus on your top streaming music services.  This list was compiled prior to Google’s new Google Play Music All Access, so this new streaming service wasn’t an option for you to suggest.  My suspicion is that if I asked the same question a month from now, All Access would be on this list…. Read more

Sonic The Hedgehog Debuts On Android Later Today

Many of us have fond memories of playing classic games on their old consoles. Many of us still play emulators on Android devices. But now, Sonic The Hedgehog is coming to Android! The game has been modified to fit the widescreen form factor of modern smartphones, providing traditional Sonic gameplay with a few new twists. In the Android version, you… Read more

Google Play Games Tipped Off By Android Game Update?

Could this be the first sighting of Google Play Games? A game by the name of Eufloria HD received an update, and its changelog makes mention of Google Play Games achievements. Google Games has been rumored for a while, with sightings in multiple places (like the Google Glass app). However, a game has now integrated it. Does it work as advertised? Is… Read more

Poll: Will You Use BlackBerry Messenger For Android?

Back in 2009, I had a rad BlackBerry 8900 on T-Mobile and loved that phone.  I also loved using BlackBerry Messenger because I could get around having to pay for a large texting package with my unlimited data plan.  I think I had the lowest texting plan I could which was like 250 texts a month which suited me fine with me and my BBM.  I still… Read more