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When It Comes To Android RSS Readers, Munch Is As Simple As It Gets

We’ve long since moved on from the great purging of Google Reader in 2013, but that doesn’t mean you’ve found a replacement you’re entirely satisfied with. For Android users, a new, minimalist option has popped up called Munch and to top it off, it’s free.


Forest Keeps Your Phone From Being Distracted By Growing A Virtual Garden

Android/iOS: Your phone is distracting. If you have a hard time resisting the impulse to check notifications, Forest helps balance out that impulse with a gamified virtual garden.


Top 9 Ways To Browse The Web Better On Your Phone

Looking up things online is one of the main reasons most of us pay for a data plan, but let’s face it: Surfing the web on a tiny screen with a tiny keyboard can suck sometimes. Here are nine ways to make the experience at least a little better.


Chef's Hat Lets You Bookmark And Organise Recipes From All Over The Web

Chrome/iOS: There’s no shortage of ways to organise recipes you find around the web, but they come and go so quickly it’s nice to see a new one. Chef’s Hat is a bookmarking and snipping tool that saves recipes you find around the web so they’re easy to find — and cook — later.


Snapseed Update Brings Native RAW Support And Editing

Snapseed is one of our essential Android apps, and now it’s getting even essential-er. The latest update brings native RAW photo editing support to the Android app.


TL;DR Shows You The Latest News Every Time You Open A Chrome Tab

Chrome/iOS/Android: If you like breaking stories, or you just want to make more room in your day for news, TL;DR makes it easy. They scour headlines to offer the latest stories and videos on topics of your choosing.


Pixelor Is A Floating Tool That Identifies Any Colour On Your Screen

Android: If you’re a designer, you know how important it is to be able to identify specific colour palettes. Pixelor allows you to quickly identify any colour you can see on your phone.


The Worst Performance Killing Android Apps Are Exactly The Ones You'd Expect

Some of the apps you use on a regular basis are worse for your phone than others. AVG has done some analysis and identified the worst offenders. Unsurprisingly, things like Facebook, Spotify, Netflix, and Amazon top the charts.


Sink Your Teeth Into Android Marshmallow With New SDK

Google has revealed the name of the latest version of its Android OS, Marshmallow, releasing an official SDK and final preview for it so developers can start creating apps for it. Here’s what we know about Google Android 6.0 so far.


The Best Web Browser For Android

There’s no shortage of great web browsers for Android, and which one you use is largely up to personal preference. If we had to pick one however, we still think Chrome is your best bet for speed, features, gestures and add-ons.


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