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How many of us receive lots of unwanted messages on a daily basis? With the “SMS Retaliator”, you get to have unique features unlike any other app. This “SMS Retaliator” is a one of a kind Android application that is well tested and easy to make use of for the end user. It does following items:
SMS Block List:
This is the first feature, from your smartphone, this feature is going to help you block the unknown/unwanted message sender. All you need to do is update the number in your contact list, and then click on the “SMS Retaliator”. Update the “SMS Retaliator” and you will no longer receive a single message from that particular number. Once you block this person the messages sent by them will not be displayed in your smartphone anymore. These messages will be hidden from your view, as long as you don’t deactivate the contact from the list. Every time you activate or deactivate a contact, you will need to select the “SMS block” button to confirm. Usually in such applications you will be able to block all the messages or bar all the calls, with the “SMS Retaliator”, you get to personally select and blacklist each number.
This is the second feature, with the “SMS Retaliator”, you can send to either loved one or bothering one with the same message as many times as you want and at any time interval you want. All you need to do is select the “Reciprocate SMS” button, and you are good to go. If you want to play a harmless prank or give the person bothering you a taste of their own medicine, you can make use of this feature.
This application is simple and…
Back when I used a Surface Pro 2 as my primary computer, I was quickly running out of space and needed more room. A 128GB microSD card set me back well over $100, and just a few short years later, the same capacity with faster read/write speeds is less than half the price.
If you have a phone, tablet, Nintendo Switch, or something else with a microSD card slot, Samsung’s new Evo Select cards are the way to go. They’re pretty cheap – just $13 for 32GB, $23 for 64GB, and $44.99 for 128GB.
Samsung’s EVO Select microSD cards are crazy fast and crazy cheap was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Team17, perhaps best known for its long-running Worms series, released ‘Penarium’ on Steam back in 2015. The game is centered around a sadistic arena-like circus show, where you take on the role as Willy as he tries to survive the death traps. Now the game has been released on the Play Store.
Much like the PC version, the Android port has very low requirements – it even works on Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread. The price isn’t too bad either – just $1.99 for the entire game.
Team17’s 2D arena game ‘Penarium’ is now available on the Play Store for $1.99 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Making sense of those acronyms and abbreviations.
“Hey, man. Did you hear that Qualcomm’s new X20 modem is rated for cat 18 LTE, carries 12 spatial streams and is 4×4 MIMO capable? Isn’t that cool?”
Maybe that’s cool, but really how is a regular person with a regular job or who goes to regular school and has regular hobbies supposed to know? It sounds like a secret code with all the abbreviations and acronyms, and the companies who want us to buy it aren’t any better at explaining: “10 times faster” “5G” “Gigabit”. Those words may convey the right message — that things will be fast — but take no time to say why or how.
A lot of tech talk is this way. Engineers are lazy when it comes to typing or writing. Things like “power over Ethernet” instantly become PoE, or “impedance” becomes Z (I is for current. Of course it is.). That’s why you hear words and phrases like QAM that don’t mean a thing unless you stop and look them up. And usually, the answer is filled with other …
Should I make my home smart? The answer is yes. Here we explore four very valid reasons why more people should be more connected in their homes.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)
If you have been waiting for a deal on the dual-sim variety of the Galaxy S8, then you are in luck. Whether you need it for travel, work, or novelty, availability is starting to pick up. Right now over at eBay, you can grab the dual-sim Exynos version…
The Galaxy S8 has just been released, but the S7 is still a great device. We’ve seen several models go on sale recently, and today you can get a refurbished T-Mobile S7 for just $279.99 – not a bad deal at all.
This is the T-Mobile model, but the device is unlocked so you can use it on any GSM carrier. If you’re planning to use it on another network, you might want to check band compatibility first.
[Deal Alert] Get a refurbished unlocked T-Mobile Galaxy S7 (SM-G930T) for $279.99 on eBay was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
You love your new Samsung Galaxy S8, don’t you? So it only makes sense that you want to get as much use out of it as possible. Here are some battery saving tips to help.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)
Everyone and their mother seems to be making a stationary home security camera these days, but there are also an increasing number of 360-degree cameras. These small motorized units might a preferable option, depending on what you need to keep an eye …
Samsung just launched an app late last night for parents to keep track of their children’s smartphone usage, but this one has an interesting twist. Instead of just being forced to follow whatever guidelines are set by the parent, this app relies on po…
Chrome 58 just recently hit stable, which means Chrome 59 has been moved up to the Beta branch. This time around, Chrome is finally adding support for the Animated PNG standard. There are also a few other important changes, so let’s take a look.
GIFs are far from perfect. They have a low color depth, can slow webpages down, and can have a massive file size (relative to compressed video).
Chrome Beta 59 adds Animated PNG support, works with more payment apps, and disables some security risks [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.