APP REVIEW Posts on XDA

Reachability Cursor makes it easy to use tall Android phones One Handed [XDA Spotlight]

Every day, many developers post new apps or games on our Apps and Games forum. We scour the XDA forums for interesting new Android apps that we think you might like, and some of our favorites have even received special attention from us. There are so many apps released each day that finding a truly...

DevCheck is a hardware and system info app that tells you everything about your device [XDA Spotlight]

The XDA forums are full of developers who make lives easier for those who want to mod their phones. Whether it be an app for controlling superuser access, changing governors on your CPU, overclocking, flashing, or many other functions. DevCheck is yet another application that helps tech-savvy people find technical info about their device. It...

VR Space: The Last Mission – VR Game Review

There is a lot of talk about virtual reality right now, and while the HTC Vive and Oculus are the big players, Google Cardboard still has some power. XDA TV Host TK takes a look at a VR game for your Google Cardboard. Check out this video to learn about VR Space: The Last Mission,...

Poweramp Music Player App Review & Giveaway

Today XDA TV Host TK takes a look at the music player app Poweramp. Additionally, we are giving away twenty-five (25) unlock codes for the Poweramp full version. To learn about Poweramp Music player and how to win, check out the video!a Rafflecopter giveawayBe sure to check out other great XDA TV Videos.Poweramp Music Player...

Top 5 Must Have Apps of 2015

For the past couple of days we took a couple moments to reflect on the Top 5 News Stories of 2015 and the Top 5 Xposed Mods of 2015. To continue down this look back at what goodies got released over the last 12 months, XDA TV Host TK talks about the Top 5 Must...

Launcher X – App Review

One of the most overlooked, but important parts of our Android devices is the home screen. We use it for so much, from weather and other widgets to app shortcuts. The ability to customize this with a custom launcher can offer some very handy useful features and tricks.In this episode XDA TV, TK reviews an...

Walloid: HD Stock Wallpapers – XDA TV App Review

Phone enthusiasts spend a lot of time looking at our phones. Perhaps the home screen is the screen seen a lot when switching between apps or other parts of the phone. For some having the same home screen wallpaper can be boring. A lot of OEMs spend time including great wallpapers, but users of other...

App Review: YouTube Gaming

Yesterday saw the release of Google’s new addition to the global video site YouTube, YouTube Gaming. Being brought to you by the makers of Android, it of course comes with an app which we have taken an in-depth look at for you. Firstly, what is YouTube Gaming? Well, not only does it let you keep up-to-date with...

Hi Locker to Help You With Lockscreen Headache

The lockscreen is a part of the OS that we see hundreds of times every day, whether we're using Android or iOS. The look of the lockscreen depends on the Android version, device manufacturer or ROM chef. In short, it differs for almost every user. Luckily enough, users can use third party alternatives that bring...

Amazon Echo vs Google Now – Digital Assistant Showdown!

Two weeks ago, we talked about the must have item from Amazon, the Echo. In the comments there was a lot of discussion about which digital assistant implementation was actually better: Amazon Echo or, the Android standard, Google Now. Is it dependent on whether you want it to me mobile or not? Is it physical hardware versus software?In this...

Must Have App Review: AROMA File Manager

Here at XDA we spend a lot of time in our recoveries. Some of our tweaks, hacks, and mods require you to make changes to system files. That requires some pretty deep access. You can get to that access from recovery, like TWRP. However, the recovery file manager doesn’t feel like the Android file managers.XDA...

Android App Review: Simple Explorer Receives Material Design Updates

At XDA we like to highlight projects that are not only from the community, but also open source, and Simple Explorer, a file explorer by XDA Senior Member DF1E, is just such a project. We first mentioned it when it came out and then when it received a root management update soon after. Now DF1E has given it...