Category: Android Reviews

Battle of the Budget Phones

Battle of the Budget Phones

| December 14, 2013

  Whether you love Android or iOS (for some reason) both operating systems now have what you could call mid-range budget phones; the Motorola Moto G and Apple’s iPhone 5C. The iPhone5S came out with much fanfare, as always, and the iPhone 5C was somewhat swept under the rug. Let’s be honest. It didn’t come […]

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus: Official GizmoNinja Review

Samsung Galaxy Nexus: Official GizmoNinja Review

| December 19, 2011 | 4 Replies

Well its been about 3 months since the announcement of the first Nexus device for The Big Red and we all took the bait. Most of us selling our HTC Thunderbolts like hotcakes,  going up on eBay and Swappa faster than people can comment about the Nexus S photo used in another review on this […]

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Apps & Oranges: Discover Great Apps On Multiple Platforms. Get Your Private Beta Invite Now [Invites]

Apps & Oranges: Discover Great Apps On Multiple Platforms. Get Your Private Beta Invite Now [Invites]

| October 5, 2011 | Reply

We all have times when we are in search of the best app for a certain task - best calendar app,  best app for sports scores, best cooking recipe app, what-be-it… There are so many apps out there across the multiple platforms that it’s hard to figure out which one(s) you should try. This is where […]

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Review: Launcher 7

Review: Launcher 7

| April 9, 2011 | 2 Replies

One of the many virtues of Android is it’s plethora of Launchers. The entire point of Launchers are to give you a new “home screen experience.” Yeah, it sounds cheesy, but It’s not. They allow you customize your phone in many impressive ways. Some even mimic other operating system’s user interfaces. To prove it to […]

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Motorola Xoom In-Depth Review

Motorola Xoom In-Depth Review

| March 4, 2011 | 1 Reply

Let’s talk about a device that is so dear to me and makes me smile every time I hold it shall we? This device is the first Android Honeycomb OS infused tablet to grace the market today, sporting specs that make it one of the best pieces of technology I have ever touched. Being a […]

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Review : HTC Inspire 4G

Review : HTC Inspire 4G

| February 20, 2011 | 2 Replies

The HTC Inspire is one of the newest additions to the Android OS family and a welcomed addition on to AT&T’s network. The phone has many features that should be loved by anyone looking for a powerfully attractive, and well put together device. There are many features that keep the HTC brand of smartphones ahead […]

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Review: Thumb Keyboard

Review: Thumb Keyboard

| February 18, 2011 | 2 Replies

Thumb Keyboard Review Thumb Keyboard is a relatively new keyboard application from Beansoft made for those that get the customization itch. Built with 8 different themes and 7 different layouts, (which we’ll get into later on) this keyboard is nothing short of spectacular to someone who can’t decide between keyboards. UI The UI of Thumb […]

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ViewSonic GTab… Customization endless

ViewSonic GTab… Customization endless

| January 4, 2011 | 2 Replies

With the world of lower priced Android tablets expected to skyrocket this year with the launch of Honeycomb, the later part of 2010 saw the beginning of the Android tablet craze and the ViewSonic G Tablet is one to be reckoned with… as soon as you get that stock UI off of it. The GTab […]

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My Favorite Holiday Apps for Android

My Favorite Holiday Apps for Android

| December 3, 2010 | Reply

With the holidays approaching, ’tis the season to be jolly. Here at Gizmo Ninja, we will continue to bring you the latest and greatest in the Android Market. Given that, I thought I’d share the my favorite Android apps that are keeping me in the holiday spirit. Check out these apps below, and let us […]

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