Want to market and sell your digital products online? With innovative ideas, valuable data and information, you can benefit others and get returns accordingly. Sellfy
is an online portal that enables you to upload data (e-books, video, audio, software, etc.) and share it online through your webpage and social media platforms. Now, you can highlight deserving customers and reward them with discounts and offers to create a virtually unique marketing impact. Moreover, a transparent affiliate program promises to improve sales by product promotions. This online utility directly integrates your PayPal account for handling payments, while providing you with user-friendly ‘Buy Now’ buttons ready to be embedded anywhere, online. In addition, you can track and review performance, activity and impact of your campaigns for the better, by adjusting to the customer needs.
So who knew installing something as minor as a third party keyboard app from the Android Market would leave you in despair, and not work at all on the Kindle Fire. Things seemed to be going just fine for the dual-core powered tablet, but users hit a road block when they realized .that just because they got the Android Market working after root, does not mean the keyboard apps will work as well. Lucky for Kindle Fire users, XDA-Developers forum member vtluu figured out a way around this issue, letting you install an alternate keyboard. However, the method involved isn’t exactly a walk in the park. Read More
The Kindle Fire Gingerbread tablet is for sure on fire! Earlier we covered a guide on how to root the Kindle Fire and that has paved the way for what may be endless possibilities for the awesome tablet. Google Apps along with the much important Android Market, have now been ported to the tablet, making sure that the device is a huge hit amongst Android fans, and possibly hope to take on the iPad 2 considering the price difference. However, Google Apps and the Android Market can now be installed on the tablet and we’re here to show you just how you can do that! Of course, credits to Jolleyboy
over at XDA-Developers for sharing his method with us that seems to be working out quite nicely.
Do you share a Wi-Fi network with someone and end up frustrated because all the bandwidth is being hogged? Well, there’s a very mean, yet effective, solution to your problem available on the Android Market right now. With WiFiKill,
you can now do what should be considered the meanest thing you can do to a person using the internet; kicking them off the Wi-Fi! Normally, this is managed through a PC with admin rights to the Wi-Fi router, but WiFiKill is here to give you control, and make war as you kick people off of a Wi-Fi network so that you get the bandwidth you need.
Android Market updates are usually rolled out to US Android users first and then to any other geographic location. At times some non-US Android phone users need to side load Android Market in order to upgrade. Scumpinato, XDA Member and Android developer, has managed to brew a script that let’s you update to the latest Market version even if you don’t reside in US. The script is deployable on any Android device with root and is a simple one click solution to update your Market.
Android Market 3.1.3 has just made it to certain Android handsets and we are here to deliver the goods to those who aren’t able to get it. The new version of Market comes with certain load-time improvements and also with Google +1 button added to mark and share your favorite apps on the go. Our app reviewers at AddictiveTips will soon run a complete run down of features, functionalities, improvements and issues addressed in this Market release. In the meanwhile, let’s get down to installing Android Market 3.1.3 on your Android phone: Read More
If your Android Market got updated to the latest 3.0.26 version with a whole new UI revamp and many feature updates but you're either missing the old Market or want it back because some hacks no longer work with the new one, you can easily revert it back to the old one, and we're gonna show you how. So read on after the break for our full method on easily downgrading your Android Market to the previous version.
ROM Manager is a highly useful application for Android phones with root. Most of the Android users, who opt to root their handsets, always download and install ROM Manager because it provides them with ability to flash ClockworkMod Recovery easily along with options like Permissions Fixes, Reboot Into Recovery etc. ROM Manager also has inbuilt options to download latest CyanogenMod and other compatible Custom ROM Releases for different phones / tablets. The premium version of the app allows the users to download CM Nightlies and test them. Read More
How would the most basic need of removing all cache files and history be met on an unrooted Android device? One way is to go around through the app manager clearing all caches for every app one by one.If you have around 200 apps on your device, good luck cleaning them all! As for the browser history, if you have more then one browser for different needs, that’s a pain too. Clearing message or call history is easy, but why not have an app that can do it all for you in one click, or at least from one screen? There are lots of apps out there for such needs, but wait, those are all for rooted devices! 1-Click Cleaner
is an exception and just the app all unrooted Android devices were in dire need of. More on this awesome app after the jump!
Are you a frequent traveller? Would you like to know more about the countless places you pass by during your journeys? If you own a Windows Phone 7 device, we have just the app for you. Wiki Talking Tours
for Windows Phone 7 is a free location-based app that indicates geotagged Wikipedia articles on a map complete with the distance (in miles or kilometer) from your current location, allowing you to view detailed information on locations near you. When invoked, it begins reading the introductory portion of each article aloud, automatically starting with the ones tagged closest to you.
A while back, Sony Ericsson launched a one of a kind device, named the Live View
, which allows you to connect it your Android device running Android 2.0 or higher via Bluetooth, giving you a remote control of your Android device. The device shaped like a wrist watch for convenience and aesthetics, even allows you to receive live notifications of whatever happens on your phone. A wrist watch, hmm…but where’s the time on this thing? Oh it’s up on the left corner of that screen, that tiny speck of time. LiveView goes on the wrist alright, but without a proper watch to it. The LiveView - after all the effort put into it - was missing a Clock! As mind boggling as that is, thanks to XDA-Developers forum member cyansmoker
, you can now have your LiveView display a clock on it’s screen. Read on for more on the app and how to download it.
There is always a demand for apps that provide comprehensive integration of mobile devices with computers and vice versa. While Motorola took the concept to a whole new level with the Motorola Atrix and its Webtop capability, not all of us can afford such expensive devices. LazyDroid is a free app for Android that allows you to control your device from your computer via a simple web-based interface. The app does so through both WiFi and USB, making it quite a versatile tool. For more on this wonderful application, read on!
Hardware keys were part of early Android devices, like the much popular and still widely used, HTC Desire. Then we had the versatile HTC HD2 that ran Windows Mobile but can now run the Android OS. The HD2 has hardware keys as well. While newer devices have shifted over to capcitative hardware keys and we all know it’s such a blessing. So for those of you becoming tired of pressing those hardware keys on your HD2 or Desire, XDA-Developers forum member windroidHD
brings to you zMooth
, an app that mimics your hardware keys via on screen gestures!
Many people using Android devices, especially Froyo based devices, have stated experiencing hangs in the Android Market during app installation or even during downloading the apps. It’s said to be due to a certain folder that can easily get corrupted, thereby posing problems for your downloads and installations. However, there is an easy fix for those who are facing these problems and want to rid themselves of it for good. Read on for a complete guide.
Who wouldn’t want to have an Android device that could do everything on its own at the right time. The right time being the triggers that tell the device to carry out a certain action all by itself. From turning of your data connection when WiFi is enabled, to setting up a tone to sound when you turn the screen on, and even location based triggers! AutomateIt
provides just that with tons of other features. Here’s something else; it’s totally free! Read More
So you've heard about and come across apps that read out the texts you receive on your phone. We thought that was awesome; well not quite! Enter SMS Speaker Translating,
a free app that not only reads your texts for you, but reads them after translating them to a language of your choice. However, in order for the translation to work, Wi-Fi or a data connection is required. The time it takes for the app to translate is just a few seconds and the output is crisp and very clear.
Like your wallpaper too much to let it fade into the background while an app takes the front row? Ever wondered if you could scroll through the Android Market with your wallpaper as the background, making your experience much colorful and aesthetically pleasing? Well, Samsung Epic 4G users are in luck thanks to XDA Developers forum member deciple,
who has come up with a MOD that allows Epic users to enable transparencies in the Android Market, and Gmail Apps. Read on for instructions on how to enable this awesome MOD on your phone!
Ever had to leave your phone at charge and then have to walk away because you can’t really be there all the time? Been through those heart pounding moments where you’re not sure if you’d ever see the phone you left on charge again? Charger Alarm
is an application for those people who never charge on time and are stuck trying to charge their phones at odd places.
is a free tiny Windows utility that lets you search for free Windows Phone 7 Marketplace apps and download their installable XAP files to your computer. You can then transfer the XAP files to your ChevronWP7 unlocked
Windows Phone 7 device and install them. Do note that you will not be able to install the files if your phone hasn’t been unlocked with ChevronWP7.
HoneyComb is Google’s latest and finest development for the upcoming Android tablets and it can now be used on Nook Color, one of the best E-reader devices available today. The installation takes place on an External SD Card, which leaves the current default setup of your device untouched. if you want to try out HoneyComb without having to risk the integrity of your device or your warranty, read on.