AppSales Review – An Application to Download Paid Apps for Free?

AppSales Review – An Application to Download Paid Apps for Free?

With the sudden introduction of Google giving developers the ability to put their apps on sale, many applications have been going on sale to the point to where they are free for a short time. Normally, it would be incredibly hard to even find these sales and many people were looking for people to create a list. The first people to do this were Android Police, releasing lists of paid apps that were on sale for free over a weekend. But coming out of the mesh, we see this new application called AppSales.

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Curves, baby!

Curves, baby!

Up until 2017, smartphone displays have been traditionally sharp rectangles. Then LG decided to change that and released the LG G6. One of the big changes that the device brought to the table was a display with curved (or rounded) corners. They even updated their UI/UX to match the display.

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App review: Mysplash

App review: Mysplash

Unsplash is my favorite place to download wallpapers and stock images for blog posts. Zan made a post back in January about top 5 Wallpapers of the week. 4 out of those 5 were from Unsplash.

But Unsplash does not have an official Android app. This is where the unofficial clients come in. I’ve been using one for quite a while now. It’s called Mysplash and here’s my review.

First things first, Mysplash is a free and open source app. Okay, I know what you are thinking. It may not look good, right? Well, I’m glad to say you’re wrong. In fact, it looks beautiful.

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