The Samsung Galaxy S IV is one of the most feature-rich smartphones ever released. The manual is over 140 pages long, and consists mostly of basic instructions...

Yesterday we took a look at the Samsung Galaxy S III user’s digest and today we are going to go over our 5 favorite new features that can be found on our new favorite phone! 1. Notification LED Ever since I moved on from my HTC G1, I have missed its dear little notification LED. Samsung chose to go without the LED for the past 2 years but now they’ve finally...

I remember when Android 1.5, Cupcake brought the soft keyboard to my G1 and from that day on I stopped using hardware keyboards for I knew that eventually, there would be one soft-keyboard to rule them all. According to our users, that one keyboard is none other than Swype. This month we polled our readers on which of the top 4 keyboards on the Android Market and the...

It’s already new year’s eve eve, and with less than 48 hours to go in 2011, it’s about that time to take a look at what big stories rocked Samsung and our worlds. This past year has definitely been one of the biggest–if not the best–year for Android, and Samsung followed suit breaking records and wowing users, bloggers and companies around...

If you’ve been looking for your Galaxy S II’s camera settings in the Android settings menu, you would be hard pressed to find it. All of the camera’s settings need to be accessed via the camera application itself. There are plenty of tweaks and settings changed that can be made here–let’s take a look at what neat things we can do! 1. Camera...

One of Android’s #1 features is the ability to place widgets on the desktop. In case you aren’t familiar with widgets, they look like app icons, but can dynamically display information and/or perform actions–they can also occupy more than one tile of space. Your Galaxy S II comes pre-loaded with some great Android/Samsung widgets so we will be taking...

The Samsung Galaxy lines of phones and tablets has made their mark as some of the most popular Android devices to date, with the Galaxy S II selling over 10 million units in about 5 months. We knew that everyone was in love with the Galaxy device hardware, so in this weeks survey we turned to what Samsung had to offer in terms of software on their  devices. In this months...

Last January we celebrated our 3 year anniversary with a user appreciation giveaway/survey where we asked a series of smartphone usage questions, with one lucky participant walking away with a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7. Survey results from January 2011 As we hit Q4 of 2011 and await the next wave of 4.5th generation Android Phones, we thought we would revisit which 3 features...

It’s the end of the year and PC World has published its list of Top 10 Smartphones that you may use to take “a break from your laptop”. You will find most of the devices to be familiar to your ear, including the latest Motorola Droid and the seemingly evergreen Apple’s iPhone. Amongst the Windows Mobile scarce list, it’s good to see Samsung...