The appearance of IM apps has rocked how we communicate. Whether you use WhatsApp, Telegram, or another of their many variants, chatting is easier than ever thanks to the immediacy and cost of sending each message – that is, exactly $0.00. This has turned the SMS – formerly king of the mobile realm – into an essentially residual service. Oddly, though, they remain important due to the growing number of services that use them to send info or two-step verification codes. Since it looks like the SMS as a medium isn’t going anywhere, we’ve done you a favor and picked the best free SMS apps for Android to replace the default one on your phone.
An “unreleased” release on Android refers to a gamed that’s been soft-launched to see how well it does in a specific geographic area. Sort of like a public beta to let developers polish their product before its official international release. Ever more games are getting anchored in this stage, and can be downloaded and played legally with no geographical or functional restrictions. Here are 10 Android games that still haven’t been officially released at the international level but can be downloaded from Uptodown today.
Finding a minute to relax isn’t always easy with the frenetic pace of daily life. Not everyone has time to physically go to a yoga or meditation class – which is why Android is an ideal host for apps designed to help clear the chakras. With meditation and the search for inner peace in mind, we’ve put together this list of the best free relaxation apps you can find on Android.
If we’re talking about manga/anime, we’ve gotta talk about Dragon Ball. The legacy of Akira Toriyama lives on and his show continues to make an impact to this day. Yesterday was Goku Day in Japan (the kanjis the represent the numbers 5 and 9 are read as “Go” and “Ku”) and we didn’t want to miss the chance to pay tribute to this legendary series by putting together this list of the best free Dragon Ball games for Android.
Unless you were asleep or don’t know what a social network is, you probably noticed that yesterday was Star Wars Day.
April 27th, the anniversary of the founding of the International Council of Design (ico-D), is World Graphic Design Day. ico-D is the international body that promotes and defends activities related to design, essential as it has become to communications, marketing, and practically all professional activities done online.
The advent of virtual mixing tables has opened up DJing to anyone who feels like slinging together a few tracks. First on PC and now on almost any mobile device, it’s easier than ever to get stuck into this little world and lots of people have made genius mixes without ever touching a physical table. As a fan of amateur DJing myself, I’m always excited to find smartphones and tablet apps that can get the job done, so today we’ve put together a list of the best free DJ apps for Android.
The arrival of Clan Battles to Clash Royale has changed how we’re playing this blockbuster title from Supercell. The fact that we can now play alongside a companion from our Clan has added an element of teamwork in a game that’s always been characterized by cutthroat competition. Though this mode is only available temporarily, we still thought it was a good idea to explain several ways to improve communication with your teammate and thereby avoid doing the same things over and over.
It’s that time again. It’s now been a full six months since our last browser comparison (from September 2016), so you’re probably eagerly awaiting our latest half-yearly report on the four most popular Android browsers at the moment: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, UC Browser, and Opera. As on previous occasions our comparison covers several aspects: RAM use, app opening speed, and compatibility.
The arrival of Super Mario Run to Android marked the midpoint in Nintendo’s master plan to conquer the mobile market. Besides the ones developed by the company and another studio in a collaboration agreement, there are also licensed third-party games for smartphones and tablets that are exclusive to Nintendo, like Pokémon and Yo-Kai Watch. Here’s our compendium of everything Nintendo-related to be found on Android.