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HTC One X: The DroidDog Review

HTC has had a pretty mixed history of late. Its handset portfolio has ranged from terrible to world beating, and everything in between. I’m probably not the only one who thinks that since the days of the Desire and Nexus 1 (made in conjunction with Google) it’s been mostly downhill. Handsets by the Taiwanese company took on virtually… Read more

Tasks for Android Review [Video]

Tasks is officially my new favorite Android application. Whether you’re a light user or a full-time organizer through Google’s to-do list service, this is a must-try application. I’ve been on the lookout for the highest quality Android 4.0 apps lately; Tasks embraces Android 4.0′s new “Holo” visual theme, which is one of the biggest reasons to give… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Nexus 15-week Review [Video]

This is Google’s flagship device, 15 weeks later from the perspective of an Android enthusiast and a fairly advanced user. It’s running the latest build of AOKP with a Franco Kernel handling the power. Enjoy the video! Hardware The Galaxy Nexus has held up very well for the past few months. One of the major initial complaints on launch was that… Read more

Instagram for Android Review [Video]

Instagram, the incredibly popular and previously iOS-only photo sharing application, is now available for free in the Google Play Store for Android devices running Android 2.2 and up. The interface and feature set are nearly identical to the iOs version, minus a few tilt-shift effects, but overall it’s one of the few apps Android users have been clamoring… Read more

Angry Birds Space Review [Video]

Angry Birds Space is a continuation of Rovio’s super popular Angry Birds series of games. The physics in this iteration, however, bring an interesting twist to the familiar concept. You’re still smashing pigs with birds, but this time you’re firing from one planet to the next, entering and exiting gravitational fields. Interested in seeing it in action?… Read more

Appgarden Lite Review [Video]

Appgarden is the multitool of Android applications, or as dubbed by its developers, “A collection of useful utilities in one simple easy to use app.” Either way, it’s an awesome suite of tools that can replace multiple apps on your Android phone in a package under 1MB. Definitely worth a download! Check out our full video… Read more

Boid Alpha for Android Review [Video]

Boid is a free Holo themed Twitter app for Android 4.0 and above. Holo, if you aren’t familiar, is the visual scheme of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This incorporates swiping left and right between tabs, the dark and light themes the action bar at the bottom of the app and more. I’m a fan! It’s missing a few critical features right now, but it’s in Alpha… Read more

Paper Toss for Android [Video]

Ah, Paper Toss! This free Android game honestly ranks up there with the “Angry Birds” and “Asphalt 6 HD” type of games for number of hours played. The graphics are very smooth, and the gameplay is relatively simple. Even if you don’t plan on playing it today, you should have this game on your Android device for the inevitable long car ride, flight, or 15… Read more

Photoshop Express for Android [Video]

Adobe has been making its rounds on various mobile platforms in the last few days, so it looks like a good time to revisit what you can do for free on your Android device. Adobe Photoshop Express is available for free in the Android market and will work on both phones and tablets. The feature set is a pretty decent expansion from the built in Android photo… Read more