Recently, at the XDA-Developers forum, another exclusively free-for-the-community Android application appeared. At launch the users where quite skeptical asking if it works using the Cellular network, does it work in real time, and whatsoever. Later on, as some satisfied users
Android HTC Sense ROM development has suffered a continual stagnation from the beginning. Lack of commitment and agreement between developers lead to many conflicts. They started taking code, manipulating it, rebrand, and re-release this same work by someone else with
Chrome for Android by Google was released on the Android Market some time back, you can check out our review over here, but the only problem with this browser for Android is that it ran only on devices which is
We love Android for the various customizations it offers and thanks to the folks over at XDA, we get plenty of ROM’s to play with on our Android phones. And they have yet another ROM for us to play with,
MIUI has been making its way into latest smartphones and tablets recently, so it wouldn’t have been long until the highly successful Kindle Fire and so not so surprisingly MIUI now has made its way to the Kindle Fire thanks
Samsung Galaxy Note is the latest Android phone to get the CyanogenMod 9 thanks to XDA Developer‘s member Maul who has compiled the ROM for people using the big giant phone. It is an alpha build and there are some
People who got themselves an HP Touchpad when there was a super clearance sale had the option of keeping HP’s webOS on their tablets or move themselves to some CyanogenMod. But now the lucky owners of the Touchpad have yet
The developers have proved it again, that they are faster than the companies when it comes to running and releasing the latest operating system for devices which still don’t have official support. Yes, it’s the Kindle Fire this time.