I don’t know about you, but I think I might be tired of seeing the “All New HTC One” when it gets its official unveiling later this month. The new device has again been leaked in a “quick review” video uploaded to YouTube, which showcases some of the handset’s design changes and its KitKat software.
Alongside the two-minute clip, the handset has appeared in yet another high-quality image gallery.
CPU-Z made its debut appearance on the Google Play Store back in 2013 and has been recognized as the most reliable, fluid, user-friendly, streamlined, diverse and feature-packed third-party system analysis tool ever since. So, consequently, we here at Cult of Android have decided to bring this application its very own review as part of our weekly ‘App Of The Week’ segment.
Adobe Photoshop Express made its debut appearance on the Google Play Store back in 2013, and has been recognized as the most elegant, futuristic, fluid, user-friendly, streamlined and feature-packed third-party photo editing tool ever since. So, consequently, we’ve decided to bring the application its very own review here on Cult of Android.
Hello SMS made its debut appearance on the Google Play Store back in 2013, and has been recognized as the most elegant, futuristic, fluid, user-friendly, streamlined and feature-packed third-party text messaging client ever since, it took the entire Android user base by storm. So consequently, we’ve decided to bring the application its very own review here on Cult of Android.
SkipLock was one of the greatest applications to make its way onto Google’s Play Store throughout the whole of 2013. Unfortunately, it was released at the very tail end of December after the cut off date for our Best Apps of 2013 roundup, so, as a result, we’ve decided to give the app its very own review right here on Cult of Android.
SkipLock by Ben Hirashima Category: Apps Works With: Smartphones and tablets Price: $4.99
First released bearing the name “Unlock with WiFi” back in 2012, but redesigned and rebranded last year, SkipLock is one of those extremely useful apps that you never really open, but you know is always there, running in the background with the simple objective of making your life significantly easier.
The first reviews for the Samsung Galaxy Gear rolled in last week, and just as we suspected, they weren’t all that positive. While almost all had good things to say about the device, they also agreed that it was rushed and unfinished, lacking key features, and in need of improvement in a number of areas — most importantly in notifications and battery life.
But while the device itself may not be all that impressive, its first TV commercial is.
The Wi-Stor Wizard could potentially be considered the mother of all battery packs as it acts as a Wi-Fi router, wireless storage platform, sharing medium and power bank.
[4 in 1] Wi-Stor Wizard Wi-Fi Storage Disk & Share System by EasyAcc Category: Battery Pack Works With: Android Smartphones/Tablets Price: $59.99
The Wi-Stor isn’t particularly good-looking, nor is it lightweight, but it does have one very appealing feature — an 8,800mAh battery, capable of charging any tablet or smartphone from 0% to 100% in a matter of hours.
Do you struggle to manage your data usage and always find yourself going over your limit? Well, there is a solution to your problem; it’s called My Data Manager — and it’s definitely worth your attention.
Prior to its unveiling back in March, the Samsung Galaxy S4 was one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2013. It has big boots to fill after following the hugely successful Galaxy S III, and to do that it’s been equipped with a new 5-inch 1080p display, a quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor, and an entire plethora of software features you won’t find anywhere else.
But is the Galaxy S4 worth the upgrade if you already have a Galaxy S III, and does this device have what it takes to stay one step ahead of its competitors? I’ve been using it for the past few weeks to find out.