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Easily Automate Android Tasks

Easily Automate Android Tasks

There are many different Android apps available that you can write your own specific automation programs based on location, time, or other requirements. Even though these other apps work very well and can be very powerful these apps can be complicated to setup and requires root access to the phone. A new app called Agent allows you to perform several automation features without having to set it up or have root access to your phone.  Here is how Agent works and what you can do with it.

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Watch new Movies and TV Shows for free

Watch new Movies and TV Shows for free

There is nothing better than getting stuff for free especially new movies for free without watching them illegally. With a new Android app you can exchange your time and attention for free movies and TV shows. Even though this is not exactly free movies since you have to spend your time to get them this app is a great deal for anyone who watches Movies and TV shows.

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Google Now Launcher

Google Now Launcher

If you do not know what the Google Experience Launcher or otherwise known as the Google Now Launcher is than you probably do not have a nexus device. The Google Now Launcher is the default launcher on the new Nexus devices and has only been available on those devices. Google created the app and added it to the play store for a limited number of devices but I am sure the devices supported will expand. Google Now Launcher is not a launcher that adds fancy designs or widgets but it provides a core Google services right on the homescreen.

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Favorite Apps of the Week

Favorite Apps of the Week

Here is a roundup of my favorite apps of the week. These are some apps that I really enjoy using on either Android or iOS.

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How to stay Secure on the Internet part 2

How to stay Secure on the Internet part 2

The second part of my blog series on staying Secure on the Internet is about something that most people don’t  do and that is using two-factor authentication when logging into websites. Most people believe having a secure password is all you need to stay protected online. But that is not true anymore a secure password can be compromised just like an insecure password. Two-factor authentication adds another layer of security and has been put in place for most popular websites like Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Dropbox.

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Google Chromecast Review

Google Chromecast Review

Google surprised everyone when it announced the release of the Google Chromecast along with the new Nexus 7 tablet. There were no rumors or leaks of the Chromecast before it was announced which is why there was the surprise. The Chromecast is an ingenious device which allows you to stream video to your HDTV and control the content with your Android device or Chrome browser. Here is my review of the ChromeCast, which is unlike any other streaming device on the market.

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