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Category Archives: Android Apps
The Etekcity WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring (2 Pack), Works with Amazon Alexa Echo, No Hub Required, 1 Minute to Set Up, White is a good smart outlet. It goes for about $30 for a pair . … Continue reading
Rooting, CyanogenMod, Xposed Framework. Those are three things I always wanted on my phone. Well, I finally got the 3rd so I am happy. Here is a review on the modules. XMultiWindow was the main draw. I wanted to be able … Continue reading
When going on a road trip or just commuting daily, data plans and data connections are limited. Assuming you will always have access to 3G, 4G, or Wi-Fi is standard in urban areas but uncommon in tunnels or in the … Continue reading
Android phones and Google are meant for each other, but not all relationships that are “meant to be” work out. I was able to divorce Google from my Android phone but it was a tough and soul-searching process. Having Google … Continue reading
When you have OwnCloud managing your files, you might also want it to start managing your contacts and calendar. When I set it up, I was not sure how well the syncing would be but it ended up being efficient … Continue reading
I have used a few different weight and calorie tracking apps over the years. Specifically, I have used MyFitnessPal, LoseIt, and Noom. As I have moved between these apps, seeing your weight across them is difficult and not supported directly. … Continue reading