The FCC has released its own open-source speed test app in the Play Store, giving any Android user access to mobile data speed information on their device. The main goal of the app, the FCC claims, is to empower wireless customers in the U.S. to know how well their smartphone’s mobile network is performing. Just as you would expect, you can perform active data speed tests, which return download, upload, latency and packet loss information. You’ll also get extra info such as signal strength, SIM operator code and network operator name. Continue Reading
As promised, the developers from CyanogenMod Inc. released an installer to help users with flashing the company’s popular Android ROMs on their device. The app is currently available for free in the Google Play Store. Continue Reading
The official Pocketloud app is now available to download for Android devices. Get the latest new updates on the go with notifications and live widgets.
Pocketloud app supports all the android mobiles as well as tablets. You’ll get a notification whenever a new post is published. The widget will be updated at a time interval selected by you. So if you’re in hurry, just check the widget. The widget gives you a glance at the post as well as shows you the images of the post.
The app is supported for any android device running Android 2.2 or later. So no matter what device you’re using or which version you’re running, we’ve got all of you covered.
We will update the app with a ton of new features in near future. Here are few screenshots of the app.
Download the app from the Google Play Store from the link below and enjoy Pocketloud without opening any browser.
During Nokia World last week, one of the big software announcements was for Instagram on Windows Phone. The process in getting the app officially on Microsoft’s platform has taken months (if not longer), resulting in copious amounts of frustration from users and ammo for critics. Continue Reading
Normally, one’s cell phone is a rather personal item. After all, these little connected devices are able to access a world of information about their owners once unlocked. Despite this, many of us still have to routinely share our mobile devices with friends and family. Continue Reading
We first brought you news about XDA Senior Member astoncheah‘s C Locker app back in March of this year. At the time, we were pleased with how the replacement lock screen app put your most used shortcuts front and center. Some time after, we thentook a look at its second incarnation, where it gained various new features such as a weather display and SMS/MMS info. The developer has been hard at work, and how he has released the third version of his C Locker app. Continue Reading
It’s finally here, after being announced earlier this summer Nokia is finally showing off Flipboard for Windows Phone. The app has long been wanted on Windows Phone, but now the app is set to shine on the beautiful display of the Nokia Lumia 1520. This is Flipboard for Windows Phone. Continue Reading
Instagram and Nokia have announced that an official app is due for Windows Phone
The day has finally arrived, folks. Instagram is officially heading to Windows Phone in the “coming weeks”. Announced this morning in Abu Dhabi during Nokia World 2013, the longtime thorn in the heel for Microsoft’s struggling platform has finally been pulled. Continue Reading
Yahoo Mail is 16 years old today, and to celebrate the service is receiving a large redesign to unify its look across the platform. You’ll now notice a cleaner look in the Android app along with changes in the iOS and Windows Phone apps as well as on the web. Functionally, the app now shows email threads in a “conversation” view if you prefer and several basic functions like starring, deleting and searching are easier to perform with one tap. Continue Reading
You might just be one of those people with your entire life on your handheld. Because of this, you need to have everything at your disposal with a short move of your arm and a quick swipe of the finger. That said, that is only you. And since you cannot selectively decide what you need to carry based on prying eyes and people needlessly touching your device, you need to find an alternative solution to keep your stuff…yours. XDA Forum Member appmobileplus developed a little app that may come in handy for those of you who do not wish to show shameless pictures of yourself to others. Continue Reading