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Evernote Review: Organizing Your Life on an iPhone

Evernote can come in handy even if you aren't a true organizing enthusiast. The app doesn't always work that well, though, on older iPhones. Read the full review.

Easy Voice Recorder Pro for Android OS Review: An App for Business & Pleasure

Easy Voice Recorder Pro is a $1.99 app with tons of uses at work, at home, and everywhere in between. What's more, it's truly simple to use. Read our full[...]

OfficeSuite Pro Review: Great Office Compatibility

With its elegant design and cool feature set, OfficeSuite Pro 6 manages to impress, even in a competitive field. Read the full review of the Android OS edition.

Hands-On: Five Cool Protective Cases for Apple iPhones

Smartphones often take a spill to the ground (or into the water, but a protective case can help. Here's a hands-on look at five of the best cases for the[...]

Fooducate for Android OS Review: Does Your Food Rate an A, B or F?

Fooducate - Eat Healthy Diet is supposed to teach you to eat better. Yet how well does this barcode-reading app for smartphones and tablets really work? Read the full review[...]

Apple iPhone 5 Leaked Images Show Battery Capacity and Tiny Connector

With the supposed Sept. 21 release date of the next generation Apple iPhone quickly approaching, more details of the device have come to light, with new reports leaking images of[...]

iPhone App Store Passes 25 Billion Downloads

Users of the iPhone and iPad have now downloaded 25 billion applications from the iTunes App Store since it debuted several years ago. This milestone was passed at some point[...]

Amazon Appstore for Android Celebrates First Birthday With A Week-long Sale

Amazon Appstore for Android is celebrating its first birthday with a week of deals on some of its customers' favorite apps and games, including Fruit Ninja, Tetris, and Monopoly.

What Are the Essential Smartphone Apps for Students Heading Back To School?

As students, you'll take on all sorts of new challenges like learning French and getting through the week with only $10 in your pocket. So here are five free apps[...]

Google Play Gift Cards Make Giving Android Apps, eBooks, and Videos Easier

The search giant is following in the footsteps of Apple, releasing its own brand of gift cards exclusively for Google Play. The cards are being sold now, though availability is[...]