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Droid Bionic: Find Apps at the Android Market

The most common and traditional things to hunt down at the Android Market are more apps for your Droid Bionic. Presently there are over 200,000 apps available at the Market. That’s good news. Better news [more…]

Get Free Apps for Your Droid Bionic

Your Droid Bionic comes with oodles of interesting and diverse apps preinstalled. Beyond them, there’s a whole galaxy of apps available, not to mention books to read and movies to rent. It’s all found [more…]

Buy Apps for Your Droid Bionic

Your Droid Bionic comes with oodles of interesting and diverse apps preinstalled. Beyond them, there’s a whole galaxy of apps available, not to mention books to read and movies to rent. It’s all found [more…]

Droid Bionic: Review and Remove Downloaded Apps

The Market is not only where you buy apps for your Droid Bionic ― it’s also the place you return to for performing app management. That task includes reviewing apps you’ve downloaded, updating apps, organizing [more…]

The Droid Bionic as a Reader

Because Droid Bionic comes with two eBook reader apps preinstalled, you can read eBooks on your phone as well. An eBook is an electronic version of a book. The words, formatting, figures, pictures ― all [more…]

The Droid Bionic Calendar

Date books might be effective, but they pale in comparison to the power of using your Droid Bionic as your calendar and date keeper. Your phone can easily serve as a reminder of obligations due or delights [more…]

Check Your Schedule on the Droid Bionic Calendar

To see all upcoming events, choose Agenda from the View button’s menu (refer to this figure). Rather than list a traditional calendar, the Agenda screen lists only those dates with events and the events [more…]

Droid Bionic Calendar: Create a New Event

The key to making your calendar work is to add events: appointments, things to do, meetings, or full-day events such as birthdays and earthquakes. To create a new event, follow these steps in the Calendar [more…]

Droid Bionic Alarm & Timer App

The Droid Bionic keeps constant and accurate track of the time, which is displayed at the top of the Home screen and also when you first wake up the phone. When you’d rather have the phone wake you up, [more…]

Droid Bionic: Share Apps with Your Friends

Obtaining new apps for your Droid Bionic from the Android Market is easy. When you find an app that you love so much that you just can’t contain your glee, feel free to share that app with your friends [more…]

Update Apps on Your Droid Bionic

One nice thing about using the Android Market to get new software for your Droid Bionic is that the market also notifies you of new versions of the programs you download. Whenever a new version of any [more…]

Control Apps on Your Droid Bionic

The Droid Bionic has a technical place where you can review and manage all apps you’ve installed on your phone. To visit that place, follow these steps: [more…]

Droid Bionic: Organize Apps with App Groups

There are three ways to organize your apps on the Droid Bionic. The first way is not to organize your apps at all. That duty is handled by the App Menu screen, which lists all the apps in your phone. The [more…]

Ten Great Apps for the Droid Bionic

It’s an almost impossible task to narrow the list of more than 200,000 Android apps for the Droid Bionic into the ten most worthy. No one for certain has tried all the apps. Still, here are some favorites [more…]

How to Build Your Skype Contact List on an Android Phone

Text, voice, and video chat on Skype over the Internet are free. If you can use a Wi-Fi connection, you can chat on your Android phone without incurring a loss of your cellular plan’s data quota. Before [more…]

How to Upload Videos to YouTube with an Android Phone

The best way to share a video is to upload it to YouTube. As a Google account holder, you also have a YouTube account. You can use the YouTube app on your Android phone to upload videos to the Internet [more…]

Android Phone Task Manager Functions

If you want to get your hands dirty with some behind-the-scenes stuff on your Android phone, Task Manager is the app to open. It’s not for everyone. The Task Manager app is found on the App menu. It may [more…]

Quick Launch Feature for Android Phone Apps

If your Android phone features a physical keyboard, you’re in for a treat: You can assign app shortcuts to the 36 keys on that keyboard. That’s one shortcut per letter key, A through Z, plus 10 for the [more…]

Android Game Programming For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Developing games for Android is a complex task. But it's possible if you approach the project step by step. These guidelines will help you make short work of big projects. [more…]

More Exciting Android Phone Ringtones

Your Android phone comes with a smattering of ringtones. These are either preset by the phone's manufacturer or available from the cellular provider. You are not limited to those offerings. [more…]

The Joys of Contact Groups in Your Android Phone

It's possible to corral contacts from your Android phone's address book app into groups. The purpose of these groups is to make contacting everyone in the group easier. Not only that, groups can help you [more…]

Using Android's Panorama and Photo Sphere Modes

The stock Android Camera app features shooting modes beyond the standard still image and video options. Two additional modes that can be truly engaging are Panorama and Photo Sphere. [more…]

Synchronize Android Photos with Dropbox

The key to photo sharing and synchronization is to get items out of your Android phone and to other locations, such as a computer or the Internet. The Dropbox app features a photo synchronization option [more…]

Account Setup for Android Phones

Your Android phone can be home to your various online incarnations. That includes your e-mail accounts, online services, social networking, subscriptions, plus other digital personas. Adding those accounts [more…]

Google Voice Typing on Your Android Phone

Your Android phone has the amazing capability to interpret your utterances as text. It works almost as well as computer dictation in science fiction movies, though you won’t find the command to destroy [more…]


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