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10 Essential Android Apps For Work, Home
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crichards333
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3/14/2013 | 1:59:26 PM
re: 10 Essential Android Apps For Work, Home
Article format - Fail. IE9. Cuts off text. Too many ads as well.
Leo Regulus
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12/28/2012 | 7:01:05 PM
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Again, very unfortunate choice of article format. Please do better next year
Tibor Klampar
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12/28/2012 | 9:17:23 AM
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Google's malware scanner is a must for all Android users.
Leo Regulus
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12/2/2012 | 2:16:01 PM
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Unfortunate choice of article format. If I can't read your article, I also cannot see, or click on your ads / sponsors. Your decision.
FreeStanler
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11/30/2012 | 9:23:14 PM
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Llama is also a great app that works with your locale, but not just your locale. And its free. Works great. Easier even than Tasker, in my opinion.


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