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delia25
1 week ago

I've had my first Android smartphone for almost two years, and I think it is time for an upgrade. This is the first time I've replaced...

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bralphye
5 weeks ago

How can I install apps that aren't from Google Play?

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aiden
5 weeks ago

I know that there are a few different Siri-like personal assistant apps available for Android. Are they any good? Do they work as well...

Tags: android, apps, siri |
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catamount
15 weeks ago

Honestly, I couldn’t ask for much more with Google Maps “old” version. It does everything I need, has a decent UI, and is generally quite accurate (unlike...

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Horsehigh1
15 weeks ago

New PC with Windows 8.1 installed. Apps worked fine.Loaded masses of previous Software without any problems and it all works fine on the new panel, but none...

Tags: apps, Windows 8.1 |
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stylor
16 weeks ago

A lot of people seem pretty excited about IFTTT (If This Then That) coming to Android. What does it do that other apps don’t that makes to make it so useful...

Tags: android, apps, IFTTT |
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aiden
21 weeks ago

My wife lost her android smartphone in the house. The ringer is off, so calling it won't help. Is there an app that we can completely install remotely...

Tags: android, apps |
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blackdog
25 weeks ago

What are some good practices to avoid installing Android apps that aren’t malware, but play fast and loose with your privacy and information?

Tags: android, apps, security |
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