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Any.DO App for Android [Video]

One reason to love Android is the awesome integration of Google services, like Calendar and Gmail, straight into the operating system. One app that unfortunately doesn’t have a dedicated Android app yet is Google Tasks. This is a huge gap in my daily workflow because of the frequency with which I use the app. I’ve used “GTasks” for a long time but decided… Read more

Wunderlist for Android Review [Video]

Wunderlist is a Task Manager app similar to Google Tasks, and is available for iOS, Android, Mac OSX, Windows and the Chrome Web Store. It’s a beautiful productivity application with a ton of sync features that made the switch from GTasks pretty easy. Check out the full video review to decide if this is the life-organizing app for… Read more

MKB Reviews: Color Touch Effects [Video]

Color Touch Effects is a free app in the Android market that lets you recolor images and add some neat effects to pictures you download or pictures you take. The effect is simple, really: You color over a photo with an effect in desired places, then publish the photo and share! Interested? Check out the full video… Read more

Battery Technology Rant [Video]

Mobile devices have come a long way in the years we’ve been covering Android here at DroidDog. Display technologies have evolved significantly, processor speeds and graphics power have increased exponentially and phones have reached minimums in size. Tablets are thinner and more powerful than ever, and feature newer technologies like 4G radios, NFC… Read more

MKB Reviews: StatusBar+ [Video]

StatusBar+ is an app with both free and paid variants that allows you to change the notification bar without root access. Pretty nifty! Keep in mind this app is very early in development and that can definitely be perceived during everyday use. If you want to try this out, the free version is linked above. If you’re convinced this is the app for you,… Read more

Reaction to the Samsung Galaxy Note [Video]

At IFA 2011 this week, it looks like Samsung has stolen the show with their onslaught of Android devices. One of the more notable devices showcased was the Samsung Galaxy Note, a 5.3” tablet/smartphone hybrid powered by a 1.4GHz dual core processor and 1GB of RAM. The screen is impressive and the specs are sharp. But does it have a place in your current… Read more

MKB Reviews: GNotes

You may have seen our previous review of a free app from the same developer: GTasks. GNotes is a similar note-taking application that allows you to synchronize with your Gmail account instead of with Google Tasks itself. This allows you to attach audio clips, photos and other files much like you can with the ubiquitous Evernote app on most platforms. If… Read more

MKB Reviews: NewsR for Android 3.X

Check it out – Google’s Reader Android Application is great for your mobile phone, but isn’t optimized for the tablet reading experience. To keep up with your articles on the go on your Android 3.X tablet you should check out some of the better tablet-optimized reader apps out there. One of the best in the pack is called NewsR. Check out the full video… Read more

Motorola Titanium Review [Video]

The Motorola Titanium is a midrange Android 2.1 phone with a 3.1″ touchscreen display, and a 4-row keyboard on the front. No, you didn’t read that incorrectly – it’s running an already outdated version of Android: Eclair. Nevertheless, those who are looking at a device like this probably care more about features like its push-to talk direct-connect ability… Read more

MKB Reviews: SoundCloud for Android

SoundCloud is a web-based music sharing/streaming service that has been around for a while now – Long enough to adjust and refine their mobile experience and develop an Android application. The recent release of Spotify in the United States has attracted a lot of buzz to cloud music streaming lately, so let’s take a deeper look at a competitor that has been… Read more