Although Flipboard is exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy S III, that doesn’t stop the Android community from getting it out there to the masses. We’ve installed it and gave it a run through and so far we like what we see. While there are many other visually oriented news readers out there, Flipboard is gesture heavy and focuses on discovery. Hit the read more link to see how Flipboard for Android stacks up against the other news readers.
How “good” Good for Enterprise is for you may largely depend upon how your company’s IT department implements it. Good, after all, isn’t designed for you rather it is designed to meet the company’s needs first and foremost. Good is a self-contained universe to give employees secure remote access to corporate email, calendar and sometimes more. How useful Good is for you will largely depend upon how restrictive your IT department is in the deployment.
Puppies, ninjas, and podcasts, are just a few things that I love. However, I’m not here to talk about Ninja puppies. I’m here to tell you about Pocket Casts, the best podcast player and manager for Android. With a beautiful interface, huge podcast directory, lockscreen controls (Android 4.0 only) and great notifications options, Pocket Casts really outshines it’s competition. Hit the jump for this Guru’s full review.
If you’re like me, you’re always changing up your wallpaper. It’s a quick and easy way to give your phone a new look. I’ve used just about every wallpaper app into the Google Play store and never really liked one. They all got the job done, but are slow, bloated and just ugly. That’s where Wallbase comes in. It’s a simple and beautifully designed app with a great selection of over a million wallpapers.
Wallbase not only looks good, but its very functional. You can save, set, and share wallpapers all within the app. Browsing is simple with “popular” and “random” categories, as well as a built in search engine. Wallbase uses tags in order to sort images which makes it much easier to find what you’re looking for. My only gripe is there are no traditional categories like “landscape”, “cats”, etc… Of course searching will find anything tagged with these terms, so it’s not a deal breaker.