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10 Android widgets that are actually useful

Choosing and setting up widgets is one of the joys of using Android over iOS, so you shouldn't neglect them — and you've got a broader range of top-quality widgets to choose from than you might have realized. We've picked out some of our favorites, and they all bring something genuinely useful and functional to your home screen.

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The best Linux apps for your Chromebook

Chromebooks can now run Linux-based applications, and even though the feature is mostly intended for use by developers, it can also benefit regular Chromebook owners. There are some tasks that websites and Android apps still aren't great at, which is where Linux applications might be able to help.

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Seven alternative gallery apps to better manage your photos

For years, QuickPic was one of the first applications I would install on my phone, without even bothering to use the phone's default gallery app. It was small, fast, efficient, and free, but has sadly disappeared at the end of 2018. For a while, I've been trying to find a decent replacement, and some of the below apps are great candidates to become your next go-to gallery app.

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Wunderlist is set to die this week, consider these potential replacements

If you're a Wunderlist user, you're most probably aware the app will cease to exist on May 6th. Microsoft has been pushing its To-Do app to users, but there are a bunch of other options to consider.

Whether you use a to-do an app to manage your pending work items or your grocery list, it needs to be simple, and ideally give you the option to share lists with others to be even more productive. We've selected a few popular ones that are easy to use and offer a decent amount of features. Depending on your requirements and usage, some will be straight to the point, while others will come with more advanced functionality.

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18 new Android games from the week of April 27, 2020

Welcome to the roundup of the new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. Today I have the arrival of Riot's collectible card game Legends of Runeterra, a new Five Nights at Freddy's spinoff, and the sequel to Kingdom: New Lands. So without further ado, here are the more notable Android games released during the week of April 27th, 2020.

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25 of the best classic games remade for Android with a modern design

It's been a while since I've refreshed this roundup, and so I've gone ahead and cleaned up the list while adding in several new games, bringing the total to 25 classic titles released on Android with a modern design. This means you can expect things like new graphics, new gameplay elements, or maybe just some good old fashioned tweaks to a timeless story that expands on a classic theme. This roundup also serves as a sister list to my retro port roundup, so if you're looking for even more classic games, make sure to check that roundup. So without further ado, here are 25 classic games remade for Android with a modern design.

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Our top 5 picks for USB-C Power Delivery chargers—from 30 Watts to 100

Charging all your Android and other gadgets has become decidedly less complicated over the years with the rise of USB Type C and USB Power Delivery. Deciding which charger to buy, though, can be a bit of a headache: there are endless brands, supported outputs, and form factors to consider. We've put together a list of the chargers we think combine the best of all worlds: good output, compact form factors, reputable brands, and strong value. Here are our picks.

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40 of the best retro PC, console, and arcade games ported to Android

Some modern mobile games are great, but rarely are they true replacements for the classics of old. Android has a surprisingly decent number of ported retro games from console, PC, and arcade platform, and we've gathered some of the best ones that have been released over the years. These games are true to their original forms, with existing graphics (as in, they're not updated to look and play like newer games) but if you're looking for a roundup of classic games that have received a modern makeover, we've got you covered in a separate post. A lot of these games are ones you and I grew up playing, and I've hand-selected the cream of the crop.

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The best Android apps to track nutrition, calories, and weight

Spending more time at home can mean you're less active, but it could also lead to less than healthy changes to your diet (we aren't judging). Although there's nothing wrong with treating yourself, takeout every night may be sustainable for your waistline in the long run. Because we care about your health and well-being (and you should too!), we've put together a list of apps that can help you maintain a healthy diet and even provide meal recommendations.

Calorie Counter - MyFitnessPal

We often don't realize the number of calories we're eating versus how many we need to sustain our weight.

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Galaxy S20 case reviews: Spigen, Samsung, Speck, Ringke, Supcase, dbrand, and more (Update: Even more!)

The Galaxy S20 is an incredibly expensive phone, no matter which one you buy, with the range-topping S20 Ultra starting a jaw-dropping $1400. When you're carrying a phone that's more expensive than some people's first cars, it's understandable that you'll want to buy a good case to keep it crack-free. Glass sandwiches may be all the rage in phone design right now, but there's no denying they're fragile, and picking a case to protect your new investment can be tough, especially with so many names and brands out there to choose from. We've got reviews of some of the top cases from brands like Spigen, Speck, Poetic, dbrand, Supcase, Pitaka, Ringke, and Samsung itself.

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