February 2015 SmartPhone Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for February 2015. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

SmartPhone Articles for February of 2015

Below are the 9 SmartPhone articles for February of 2015

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Review: On the Edge of Greatness?

Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge puts an interesting, innovative, and sadly inessential new tweak on one of the best large Android phones available today. Here's our review.

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is a twist on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Along one side, there is an additional screen that acts as a hub for notifications and[...]

Best iPhone Apps: Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft has re-branded its recently acquired Accompli app as Outlook for mobile, but emailing with it is just as functional as it's ever been.

Best Android Apps — SimplyScan: PDF Camera Scanner

SimplyScan is far from unique, but it makes document scanning as straightforward as you can expect from a smartphone app. It's worth a look for Android users hoping to expand[...]

The Best Compact Phones Available Now

The smartphone world continues to trend towards the supersized, but all hope needn't be lost for the small-handed. If you're looking for a handset that'll always fit in your pocket,[...]

Best iPhone Apps: TL;DR Email

TL;DR Email is a new email client for iPhones that tries to make your emails more like text messages. It's our iOS app of the week.

HTC Desire Eye Review: A Machine for Selfies

With 13-megapixel cameras on its back and front, the HTC Desire Eye is capable of taking some of the sharpest selfies of any phone to date. Here's our review.

HTC Desire Eye

The HTC Desire is built around taking selfies. The smartphone’s 13-megapixel front-shooter is as powerful as its rear camera. Also included is a 5.2-inch display, IPX7 certification, and Android 4.4.

Best Android Apps — Torque: Bing Search Assistant

Ever feel goofy saying "Ok Google" out loud when using your smartphone to search the web? Microsoft's Torque assistant wants to lend you a Bing-assisted hand.