All week, we've been discussing what's new with Android, the benefits of the platform and which phones are available on contract. To finish out a week of Android love, it seems appropriate to revisit our most useful Android posts ever. Enjoy!
Task killers haven't been so prominent with recent Android releases, but they remain a bad idea. This post tells you why.
Travel apps are a natural for any smartphone. Here's our selection of the best for Android.
A key part of Android's appeal for hackers is the ability to dig deep into the phone system. This post highlights some of the best options for doing that.
Android isn't just for phones anymore. If you're thinking about an Android tablet, here's some useful advice.
The number of custom ROMs available has increased a lot since we wrote this post, but the basic principles remain sound.
Tasker enables automation on your Android at literally any level you can imagine. Well worth the investment.
Moving from iPhone to Android? They're both touchscreen devices, but there are some key differences — here's what you need to know.
One of Android's more obvious annoyances is that battery life isn't always the greatest — but these tricks will help you max out what's available.
A good smartphone is ultimately all about the apps. Here's our selection of the ones you shouldn't miss.
Rooting your device (stop sniggering — it enables access to the root system account) is the key to a whole world of extra goodness. Even if you don't want to flash a custom ROM, rooting is worthwhile, and pretty straightforward on most phones.