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Degoo is a new cloud storage service offering 100GB free cloud storage. The service claims military grade data encryption and stores multiple copies of your data for redundancy in case of nodal failures. The free plan allows up to 2 synchronized devices. Continue reading Degoo offers 100GB free cloud storage
Remember the last time you installed a new app on your Android smartphone only to discover that it shows ads by connecting home? Thanks to NetGuard from XDA dev Marcel Bokhorst, you don’t need to see those nagging ads anymore! Continue reading NetGuard: per app Android firewall
Android VTS is a security vulnerability checked app for Android. While Google patches to Nexus devices are regular for known security issues or CVEs (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures), the response time varies widely between OEMs to the extent of no patches at all. Continue reading Android VTS: check vulnerabilities
Do you want to learn Linux but not finding the time because of other priorities? If you own an Android smartphone you are in luck! Android uses the Linux kernel within and it is possible to run Linux utilities with a decent smartphone. In this article we will discuss some apps which can help you get going with Linux on Android. Continue reading Learn (or use) Linux on Android
QuickPic is a well-integrated fast image viewer for Android. You can replace the stock Gallery app on Android with it. Recently QuickPic was acquired by Cheetah Mobile (developers of Clean Mobile and CM Browser apps). The app has introduced a free cloud storage service with a limit of 5TB. Continue reading QuickPic Gallery offers 5TB free
Dear Truecaller Team,
Many users find Truecaller handy to track unknown numbers. Sometimes it is really useful. However, there are other ways of tracking down a number. In addition, if someone wants to remain untraced on purpose he can always call from a public phone booth. Continue reading Truecaller, here’s a feature request!
Do you miss the all-powerful terminal on your Android? Or just want to turn it into the ultimate geek’s tool? Termux is a super-cool terminal emulator for Android devices. Continue reading Termux: terminal on Android
If the work Shashlik sounds similar to Dalvik (Android’s port of JVM) it’s not mere coincidence. The KDE team is actually working on something that will excite Android users: run Andoid apps natively on the Linux desktop environment. Continue reading Shashlik: run Android apps on KDE
There would be few desktop users who haven’t used Adblock Plus at one point or another. It is a browser extension to block ads and possible malware hiding behind those. However, Adblock couldn’t make its mark into the Android arena as Continue reading Adblock Browser for Android
Like many of you, I am an Ubuntu user with an Android smartphone. I don’t have the latter handy all the time while I am working on my laptop. Sometimes it’s on vibration or silent modes. Continue reading Android notifications on Ubuntu