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6 of the Best Twitter Apps For Android

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If you’re a socialite, or just bored often, Twitter is an app you use often. But the official Twitter app for Android is very limited in its features and crashes often. I’m here to tell you that there are much better Twitter apps for Android. Some are free, while others cost...

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10 of the Best Android Apps

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Let me preface this list with a little tidbit of information about myself: I’m ALWAYS looking for cool new Android apps for both my phone (a Droid Maxx) and my tablet (a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4). I love apps. Apps, apps, and more apps. There are literally thousands upon thousands of...

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Fitbit Flex Wireless Fitness & Sleep Band

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Our country is truly a vast morass of often conflicting concepts and hypocritical ideals. On one hand, we are obsessed with fitness, slim figures and “perfect” physiques. On the other, we refuse to ban genetically modified foods like most of the leading nations on this rock. Moreover we pioneered the...

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PowerA MOGA Mobile Gaming System Review

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Gaming apps for smartphones have proliferated over the last few years, and it’s hard to complain against their low price and the number of genre-spanning titles that are now available. But touch-screen controls can’t beat the actual sensation of holding a controller whose buttons and joysticks ache to be mashed...

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Verizon Navigator Android App Review (sponsored)

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I remember the very first time I used Verizon Navigator. It was driving back from the San Diego Comic Con 2009. After a long and eventful day and a heartfelt lunch (it was easy to work up an apetite after interviewing Tim Schafer about their heavy metal game Brutal Legend),...

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Spotify vs. Rhapsody (comparison)

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With so many options for music lovers out there, it can be hard to figure out what music streaming services work best with their listening habits, tech preferences and how much they’re willing to spend to listen to practically anything they want. Here’s a comparison to two of the most...