Top 5 Android Apps Released This Week

Top 5 Android Apps Released This Week

If you’re looking for hot new Android apps to download, then we’ve got you covered. Here are some of our favorite apps that have been released over the past week. 5) Beat Bang – EDM music discover app Finding new songs that you actually like has never been easier thanks to Beat Bang. This Belgium-produced app allows users to browse through the last 25 years of EDM music. It’s a music discovery app, so Beat Bang will suggest songs that it thinks you will like. But that’s not all…

Gmail 4.2 released – but only on rooted Android devices

Gmail 4.2 released – but only on rooted Android devices

Gmail 4.2 was recently leaked to the Android community. However, that release is only available to those who own rooted Android devices. Gmail 4.2 has a few new features that make it more usable. Here are the two major upgrades in Gmail 4.2: -Pinch to zoom now available inside emails (why did this take so long?) -Swipe to delete or archive emails (no longer have to check the box beside the email and manually delete it) If you haven’t rooted your Android yet, then what are you…

Get Music Happy with These Media Player Apps!

Get Music Happy with These Media Player Apps!

There’s no denying that today’s phones now serve as the best media players, but rather than relying on your default program to hit your tunes, it may be much better if you use an app that caters best to your audio needs. This is because not all built-in players are capable of giving you the best quality of music that your ears are looking for. With these apps, you can actually bring your favorite tunes to life wherever you may be. 1. Winamp for Android The most versatile among all…

New poll shows most Android users are unhappy with battery life – fortunately, you can increase battery life by rooting Android

New poll shows most Android users are unhappy with battery life – fortunately, you can increase battery life by rooting Android

Today’s smartphones are more powerful than ever before. Unfortunately, battery technology hasn’t been able to keep up with the advances in processing power and screen size, and as a result, it’s rare to find an Android that lasts for more than 14 hours or so on a single charge. A new poll on AndroidPolice.com highlighted how unhappy Android users are with their battery life. A poll question asked, “Are you content with your phone’s stock battery life?” 73% of respondents said…

The Top 8 Best Android Apps for Students

The Top 8 Best Android Apps for Students

It’s mid-October and this school year is already well underway. If you’re like most students, then you’re constantly looking for a way to make your student life easier. One Click Root wants to help! Today, we’re breaking down the top 8 apps that will improve your grades while making homework a little easier to handle: 8) Studious (free) Between socializing, homework, and clubs, the student life is a busy time for everybody. A free app like Studious allows your brain to take a…

The Top 8 Best Android Tablet Apps that iPad Users Don’t Have

The Top 8 Best Android Tablet Apps that iPad Users Don’t Have

If you own an Android tablet, then you’ve probably had a friendly argument with an iPad owner at some point in your life. You might even own an iPad. While both Android tablets and iPads have unique advantages, we all know that Android tablets are better. If you need some ammunition for your next argument with a jealous iPad owner, just tell them about all these cool apps. Here are our top 8 favorite Android tablet apps that you won’t find an Apple’s App store: 8) LilyPad…

Tech2 writer claims Android ROMs are bad, gets torn apart by Android community

Tech2 writer claims Android ROMs are bad, gets torn apart by Android community

Here at the One Click Root blog, we’re passionate about custom Android ROMs. Many popular ROMs – included the king of the ROM market, CyanogenMod – simply offer a more complete Android experience than anything that manufacturers or Google have released. Custom ROMs offer a range of benefits, including the ability to overclock a device and improve its battery life, among other things. But we don’t expect everyone to agree with us. Francis D’sa is one such writer. Francis D’sa…

Free trial subscription option hits Google Play store

Free trial subscription option hits Google Play store

In the past, the Google Play Store featured free apps and paid apps, and never the two would meet. However, today, that changed. Google’s Android development team announced that it had added a “try-and-buy” feature to the Google Play Store. This feature gives app developers the opportunity to set a trial period for their apps. Android users can download a paid app for free, use it for a set period of time, then cancel it or pay to continue using it. This feature seems basic, but…

Verizon continues rise as nation’s largest LTE network – will have 417 LTE networks by end of 2012

Verizon continues rise as nation’s largest LTE network – will have 417 LTE networks by end of 2012

If you have an LTE-enabled phone, then you might want to switch to Verizon. Verizon recently announced that it would soon be surpassing 400 LTE networks in the United States. The 400th addition to the LTE network will be the city of Marquette, Michigan, which has just over 20,000 residents. In other words, LTE is no longer just for big city folk. The fact that Verizon would soon be surpassing 400 LTE networks isn’t surprising. Verizon announced that it would hit that number a little…

Nexus 10 rumors starting to heat up

Nexus 10 rumors starting to heat up

Google released the Nexus 7 earlier this year. The Nexus 7 is a 7-inch tablet that is dominating in the lower-end tablet markets. However, it was only a matter of time before rumors of a 10.1-inch tablet – the next common size up from 7-inches – started to appear online. It looks like that time is now. A number of Android websites are reporting rumors that Samsung and Google are teaming up to create a 10.1” Nexus tablet called – you guessed it – the Nexus 10. But that’s not…