July 2015 SmartPhone Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for July 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 July of 2015

Below are the 8 SmartPhone articles for July of 2015

Huawei P8 Lite Review

A beautiful mid-range device that serves as a smaller version of the true P8 with lower specs, the P8 Lite sells for only $250 unlocked. Is it still worth your[...]

Apple Music Review: A Mess of Features or Just a Mess?

We shouldn’t be surprised that the digital music pioneer that introduced the iPod and iTunes to the world found itself in a panic as more people began streaming music and[...]

Bounce Is the Latest Whiteboard App, One of the Best

If you’ve ever taken part in a collaborative brainstorming session, you know one thing: follow-through is everything. As we’ve come to learn, there’s an app for that. It’s called Bounce[...]

Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. LG G4: Battle of Android’s Best

The LG G4 and Samsung Galaxy S6 are not only great devices, but they both push and dictate market trends and mobile technology development. So, which is the best[...]

Don’t Break the Chain with Streaks – Daily Habit Tracker Android App

Streaks – Daily Habit Tracker is a new Android app that employs Seinfeld’s simple “don’t break the chain” trick as its core function to achieve improved productivity.

Huawei TalkBand B2 Review

It's a fitness tracker and a Bluetooth headset, and it's called the Huawei TalkBand B2. It's also the first device not made by Jawbone to sync with the excellent UP[...]

Amazon Cloud Drive for iOS is Flawed, But a Step in the Right Direction

Amazon finally has a standalone cloud app for iOS. But its bare-bones nature does little to separate it from the pack, which includes Dropbox, Google Drive, and One Drive.

Put Password Boss in Charge of Your Login Credentials

Passwords are a hassle and changing them frequently is a total headache, especially when working in all those quirky alphanumeric combos and symbols. This is why password manager apps exist.