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A Fun Whistle Cell Phone Finder App for Android

We’ve all had those mornings when we woke up and got ready to leave for work but we couldn’t find our phone. Nothing can be more frustrating! Well today I’m going to be telling you about a very cool app that will solve this problem for you once and for all. It’s called “Whistle Android Finder”. You can get it from the Google Play store and it’s free. Well, actually there is a free version and a paid version available. The free version has a lot of advertisements on it but if you buy the PRO version, it won’t have any ads. Whistle Android Finder Pro will only set you back 99¢ so it’s not one of those apps that will break the bank. The PRO version supposedly doesn’t use as much battery power either. How This Cool Phone Finder App Works After you download the app, there’s really only one step that you’ll need to take to get it working. That is to check the box that is labeled “Enable Whistle Android Finder”. There… Read more of this article »

Don’t Miss this Serious Warning about Downloading Android Apps Not in the Play Store!

The Android OS has always been considered “open source”. If you’re not familiar with this term, allow me to enlighten you. Makers of open source software embrace the philosophy that all software should be free for people to use. In Google’s case, the software to develop applications is actually free to download and use. You used to download apps from a site called “Android Market” but Google has since changed the name to “Google Play”. How Developers Get Their Apps In Google Play It’s very easy to get your app included in Google Play if you are an app developer. All you have to do is pay a one time $25 “application developers registration fee”, agree to the Google Play Developer Distribution Agreement, and you can upload your app to the Google Play. How Developers Get Their App In The Apple Apps Store It’s a bit more difficult for an app developer to have their app included in the Apple Apps Store. All programs that get included in the Apps Store are closely scrutinized by… Read more of this article »

Let Me Show You What I Think is the Best Texting App for Android Powered Phones!

4-17-14 Update: I’m thrilled to announce that this app is now available in the Google Play store. There is a free version called “Swype Keyboard Free” but the free version is actually a trial version and it will only work for 30 days. There is also a paid version that will cost you $3.99 that is simply called “Swype Keyboard”. This means that the instructions that I’ve provided in this article for how you can install the beta version are no longer applicable. Now, you just have to download the app from within the Play Store app on your Android powered smartphone or tablet and select Swype as your preferred keyboard in the settings section on your device. I don’t know about you but for me the seemingly simple task of entering a text message can sometimes take forever. I just can’t believe how some people are so unbelievably fast at entering text messages. You should see my teenagers send a text message! Honestly, I have no idea how they do it so fast! As… Read more of this article »

My Picks of the Best Apps for EVO 4g Cell Phones

Today I’ll be writing about a slightly different topic than the typical mobile number tracker articles that I usually write about. One of the most popular smartphones these days is the HTC EVO and it’s available exclusively for the Sprint network. AT&T has the iPhone and Windows Phone, Verizon has the Droid, and now Sprint has the EVO. Sprint was one of the first wireless service providers to upgrade their network to be a 4g network. I think this is one of the reasons that the HTC EVO is so amazingly popular. Because the EVO is so popular and this website is about cell phone tracking apps, I thought it would be appropriate to make a page on the Internet where people can come to learn about the best apps for EVO. My vision for this page is that it will continue to grow as I discover more and more must have EVO apps that you’ll want to download and try out. Before you go crazy and start downloading apps from just any old site… Read more of this article »


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