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Amazon Prime Music now offers free streaming or downloads of 1 million songs
By Andrew Kameka on Thursday June 12, 2014

Amazon's rumored premium music service, Prime Music, officially launched today. However, it's not a standalone service. Instead, it's a bonus feature that gives Amazon Prime subscribers a chance to enjoy music at no extra cost.

TheScore updates to become ideal World Cup app
By Andrew Kameka on Friday June 06, 2014

By this time next week, most of the world will excitedly await the second day of the World Cup taking place in Brazil. Many of those excited football, or soccer depending on where you are, fans might want to check out the latest version of The Score app for Android.

Any.Do launches web app to complete circle of task management service
By Andrew Kameka on Thursday May 22, 2014

Any.Do is mostly known for being a useful productivity app for managing tasks in a minimalist-designed Android and iOS app. Today, it's finally becoming a complete solution thanks to the introduction of a web app that can synchronize with the mobile clients.

Opera Coast browser for iPhone focuses the web on gestures and favorites
By Andrew Kameka on Thursday April 24, 2014

As far as alternative browsers on iOS go, Opera's Coast stands out as a browser based on stripping down everything in order to deliver the web and nothing more. The iPad app is now available on the iPhone.

Windows Phone 8.1 Review: most of the things wrong with Windows have been fixed
By Andrew Kameka on Monday April 14, 2014

There's always been an excuse to not use Windows Phone. With Windows Phone 8.1, which tries to plug in many of the weakspots of the operating system, the list of reasons not to use it is getting smaller.

Cortana Beta Review: Microsoft goes in search of a better personal assistant for smartphones
By Andrew Kameka on Monday April 14, 2014

It's not Siri, it's Cortana. Microsoft's intention to build an assistant with personality aims to be something more special than Siri, and the beta version of the feature shows that's it's already more than halfway there.

Samsung launches Milk Music, a pretty music app powered by Slacker Radio
By Andrew Kameka on Friday March 07, 2014

Samsung has yet another music streaming service to deliver the latest hits to smartphones. In addition to its internal music app that ships with every phone and its former Music Hub powered by 7digital, Android's leading manufacturer today unveiled Milk Music, a Slacker-powered streaming music app that is exclusive to Galaxy devices in the United States.

Beats Music review: maybe the robots know music better than we do
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday January 21, 2014

Beats Music positions itself as the anti-Spotify because it is a system built on human input and likes to promote curated playlist. If you're looking for suggestions of what to listen to or a more diverse radio option, I'm not sure that's the best way to go.

Lovely for Android is a simple app for finding a new place to live
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday December 17, 2013

I hate my apartment but the building is in the perfect location and the price is right, so I'm stuck here until I find somewhere better. Lovely is an app with the potential to help me, or anyone else, find a better place to live.

VSCO Cam makes the jump from iPhone to Android - hands-on
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday December 03, 2013

Among the many alternative camera apps available on mobile devices, VSCO Cam has stood out as one of the leaders for iPhoneographers. The photo editor and expandable filter camera today makes its Android debut, so take a quick look at this hands-on video to see how it operates.