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    Android App of the Week: ZocDoc Is Just What the Doctor Ordered

    Making an emergency doctor or dentist appointment? Not fun, we know. Especially when that appointment ends up being in a few weeks (after spending who knows how long on the phone). ZocDoc is a step toward taking health care and appointments into the 21st century (finally). With the ZocDoc app, you can make an appointment […]

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    Android App of the Week: LivingSocial App Makes Being Social Affordable

    Chances are you’ve caught wind of LivingSocial by now. You can find some pretty outrageous deals from great local businesses – it’s a win-win. The LivingSocial Android App makes it even easier to take advantage of those deals. Most importantly, it lets you go green – paperless deals! All you need is your phone to […]

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    Android App of the Week: Zlango Adds Zany Icons to Text Messages

    If reading text messages with just text day in and day out is getting a little grating, Zlango is here to spice your experience up a little bit. It’s a free app from the Android Market that allows you to throw in colorful, zany icons alongside words in your text messages. There are icons for […]

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    Android App of the Week: Hang Ten With the Wave Launcher

    Android phone users can now ride the wave to any of their favorite apps at any time with the Wave Launcher. It’s an action bar that can be accessed from the home screen or within any app, by dragging up the wave from the very bottom of the screen.

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    Android App of the Week: Be an eBookworm With the New Sony Reader App

    Reading on the go just got a little easier for Android phone owners, with the release of Sony’s Reader App, designed to work with Sony’s own Reader Store, a virtual warehouse of books and other print items for download. You’ll have full access to any book purchased from the Reader Store on another device, and […]

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    Android App of the Week: Spark Offers a Customizeable Home Page

    HipLogic’s Spark App for Android phones gives users a customizable home page that, to put it simply, makes life easier. The home screen provided by Spark is made up of modules that can be turned on or off at will, including weather, news headlines and shortcuts to often used apps. Social media is covered, of […]

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    Android App of the Week: Brush Away the Boredom with TV Brush

    Does anyone really look forward to brushing their teeth? It feels more like a chore than anything (though the consequences might be a little more offensive for others than a few dirty dishes or a dusty dresser). Well, thanks to the industrious world of tech, boredom while you brush is a thing of the past. […]