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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) — Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) — Review

4:07 pm on January 20, 2014 in Reviews, Tablets
8 comments

Samsung have been making some impact in the tablet market in the past 12 months but does the 2014 edition of the Galaxy Note 10.1 stand out in the ever-growing crowd of premium tablets? Samsung are the big success story when it comes to Android, they dominate the market with sales figures, profits and a huge market share with their[Read More…]

Motorola Moto G — Review

Motorola Moto G — Review

7:02 pm on January 17, 2014 in Phones, Reviews
21 comments

Motorola’s release of the Moto G marks the first handset released onto the Australian market from the mobile giant in quite some time. While it was hoped the Moto X would make it to Australia, it seems this was not to be, and after the mostly impressive release of the Moto RAZR M and RAZR HD in late 2012, it’s[Read More…]

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Review: Mime Ghost Glass Screen Protector for Nexus 5

Review: Mime Ghost Glass Screen Protector for Nexus 5

7:34 am on December 24, 2013 in News, Reviews
20 comments

If you are like me you really like to look after your phones. Sure, you may switch up devices every 6-12 months but you still like your phone to look like new the entire time. In the past I have always bought screen protectors from eBay. Never again. The screen protectors from ebay are often ill-fitting, difficult to install and[Read More…]

Motorola Moto G — First Impressions

Motorola Moto G — First Impressions

4:38 pm on December 20, 2013 in News, Phones, Reviews
20 comments

When we heard that Motorola were launching a capable quad core smartphone with an HD display for the paltry sum of $200, we took notice. Motorola are becoming known as makers of good handsets with good software, and the Moto G is a handset we couldn’t pass up. With the Moto G in hand, the smooth rounded back plate is[Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy Gear — Review

Samsung Galaxy Gear — Review

7:51 am on December 16, 2013 in Android Wear and Smartwatches, News, Reviews
22 comments

How does Samsung’s smart watch stack up? The Galaxy Gear is Samsung’s first entry into the smart watch, or “wearables”, market. It joins the Pebble and Sony‘s Sony’s Smartwatch 2 in what seems to be a developing market. It’s arguable whether there is a need for this new generation of wearable technology – there is in fact no real ‘need’[Read More…]

Game Review: Formula Legend – F1 Management

Game Review: Formula Legend – F1 Management

9:18 am on December 10, 2013 in News, Reviews
2 comments

When we attended the EB Games Expo back in October, we met Nathan Harper from Beer Mogul games who showed us his Formula Legend – F1 Management game for Android. It was actually lauched at that time, but we’ve only just managed to get around to giving it a full workout, but we have so here we go. Gameplay Your[Read More…]

Review: Car Dock Qi Charger

Review: Car Dock Qi Charger

10:36 am on December 5, 2013 in Accessories, Reviews
15 comments

Last year when Google introduced Qi charging for the Nexus 4 we were all super excited to be able to charge our phones sans wires. At the time though, Qi charging for phones was relatively new and many people were burnt (along with suppliers and sellers) with Qi chargers that were less than perfect. They heated the phone up to[Read More…]

Nexus 5 — Review

Nexus 5 — Review

10:00 am on December 1, 2013 in Phones, Reviews
43 comments

Not just for Nexus fans Since the Nexus One was released in 2010 Google have been using the Nexus line to cater to lots of different use cases and needs. Nexus phones have served honourably as Android Developer phones. Nexus phones have been the poster child for the AOSP (Android Open Source Project) too. If you wanted to modify your[Read More…]

HTC One Max — Review

HTC One Max — Review

4:03 pm on November 28, 2013 in Reviews
3 comments

Some say it’s just a big HTC One. All we know is.. it’s called the HTC One Max. HTC have been on a winning formula in 2013; the HTC One was — without doubt — one of the best smartphones of the year. When Ausdroid reviewed it earlier in the year, we sang its praises which were well deserved. Unlike[Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 — Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 — Review

8:38 am on November 25, 2013 in News, Reviews
6 comments

Is Samsung’s third entry in the series still one to take Note of? The Galaxy Note 3 is Samsung’s third iteration of its popular Galaxy Note series, which started with a phone that, on release, was considered “niche” because of its supersized dimensions and S Pen stylus input. That initial ambivalence has given way to acceptance and excitement around the[Read More…]

Logitech Harmony Smart Remote — Accessory Review

Logitech Harmony Smart Remote — Accessory Review

8:42 am on November 23, 2013 in Accessories, Reviews
10 comments

It isn’t every day that we get to review things at Ausdroid that are so completely compatible with our lives that we simply must have them at all costs. We review quite a many Android devices that are fantastic, but we give them back at the end of the review and move on with our tech lives. The Logitech Harmony[Read More…]

Beautiful Android # 6

Beautiful Android # 6

11:05 am on November 18, 2013 in Apps and Games, Reviews
3 comments

Welcome to the November edition of our Beautiful Android series, in which we highlight some of the most beautiful and useful applications available for the Android platform. As you’ll see below, Android has truly come a long way since Google began its focus on design with Ice Cream Sandwich, and these days, it seems like more applications are making use[Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini — Review

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini — Review

2:20 pm on November 12, 2013 in Reviews
18 comments

Making the right compromises for it’s target market, mostly. The Target Market Isn’t Small! Not everyone is keen on a big five-inch phone. Plenty of friends have asked me what I’d recommend as a smaller Android phone. Although the big phone segment of the market is hot right now, many people (myself included) are not appreciating the higher prices and[Read More…]

Aviate, the intelligent homescreen – our first impressions

Aviate, the intelligent homescreen – our first impressions

8:56 am on November 10, 2013 in Apps and Games, Reviews
6 comments

Most custom launchers are variations on a theme – static rows of icons with the occasional widget thrown in depending on your taste. Aviate takes a different approach, offering dynamic content that changes depending on your location, the time of day and a million other factors that I’ve only begun to discover. If you read other Android blogs (GASP! There[Read More…]

Sony Xperia Z1 — Review

Sony Xperia Z1 — Review

5:26 pm on November 9, 2013 in Reviews
18 comments

Sony’s second 2013 flagship phone doesn’t disappoint. Earlier this year, we rather enjoyed our time with Sony’s Xperia Z. The company’s waterproof, dustproof, “lifeproof” device proved popular despite being the underdog in the annual HTC-Samsung duopoly of mega powerful flagship phones. It’s thought that the device’s popularity may have been assisted by the release window, which saw Sony get the[Read More…]