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05 April 2016 37By Ara WagonerThere are a lot of really great music players out there. Unfortunately the widgets those players come with are often clunky, don’t re-size well, and clash with just about every home screen you throw at them. Here’s what to use instead.
03 April 2016 51By Ara WagonerAndroid is full of variety. While there’s a lot of beautiful app icons out there… there’s also a bunch of icons that are downright ugly. Even if you’re not using a fancy launcher that supports icon packs, you can get rid of ugly icons on your home screen.
23 February 2016 35By Ara WagonerThe dock is often overlooked by themers and regular users alike. It’s just a tray for your most-used apps, right? It may look that way, but your dock can do more and be more. Here’s how.
24 February 2017 65By Ara WagonerYou can make your phone look like a Windows Phone, like an iPhone, like almost anything your heart desires... but when you try to look like a BlackBerry, things get complicated.
22 February 2017 9By Jerry HildenbrandHaving your browser remember your details when filling out forms on the internet can be handy, as long as the information is correct. Here's what to do if it's not.
21 February 2017 102By Harish JonnalagaddaMicrosoft essentially shunned Android for several years, but with Satya Nadella taking the helm in 2014 and adopting a mobile-first stance, the company has turned its attention to bringing its apps and services to the platform.