Terrifying Trivia


Terrifying Trivia is a fun and exciting multiple-choice trivia game for the horror movie enthusiast!

There are ten levels for you to complete and each of these levels will have 10 questions that you must answer. To complete a level and advance to the next one you must answer 10 questions correctly and if you get three wrong you will have to start the level over again. For each question, you will be given four answers that you may select from. Selecting the correct answer will mark one off and you’ll advance to the next question. Get a question wrong and you will have to continue on to the next question without marking one off but don’t miss three otherwise you’re starting over!

Once you’ve answered the 10 questions correctly you will be given a final movie clip question that you will have to answer correctly in order to advance to the next level. Choose wisely as answering incorrectly will result in you having to restart the level that you’re currently on!

The questions in Terrifying Trivia were easy to start off with if you’ve seen a decent amount of popular horror films you’re sure to be just fine. As you advance into the higher levels things will become more difficult! Some questions will ask you about characters in movies, or authors of the book it was based upon, how many people were harmed in the move, and more!

Put your horror movie knowledge to the test with Terrifying Trivia, available for Android devices on the Google Play Store!

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Salary Comparison Calculator


Salary Comparison Calculator compares and contrasts salaries factoring tax, pension contributions and other perks to give you the overall real value of your current and perspective jobs. Salary Comparison Calculator only works with the UK Tax system and will not function correctly in other countries.

The Real Value Calculator will take your current job and new job and pit them against each other! On the Current Job calculator, you will be asked to fill in your current salary, pension contribution, commission, perk value, and student loan. The pension contribution will be the percentage of your salary that you pay towards your pension and the perk value will be the estimated value of any untaxable perks of your current job. Once you have filled all of this information in it’s time to move on to your New Job calculator!

The New Job calculator works the same way as the Current Job calculator, you will have to fill in all of the information for your new job. Once you’ve filled in all of the information for your new job, Salary Comparison Calculator really shines!

The Real Value Calculator will take all of the values that you input into the Current Job and New Job calculators and compare them side-by-side for you to see. This will give you a realistic representation on what you can expect to take home, pay taxes, pay in pension, and more with your new job. You won’t be worried or shocked when you get your first paycheck from your new job, Salary Comparison Calculator will have prepared you on what to expect! From the Real Value Calculator you can then reset all of the information and start over should you wish to do so.

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Farmer Sim 2015


Farmer Sim 2015 is the latest farming simulator that will allow you to become a real farmer! Start your agricultural career by cultivating crops in your lands!

By taking on the role of a farmer in Farmer Sim 2015, you get to do all of the things that a farmer would do throughout his/her day. Start off by plowing your fields so you’ll have the ability to plant seed. Plant your seed and water it so it’ll grow and you can harvest it. Harvest your crops and sell them, enabling you to plant more, purchase new equipment/animals, and upkeep your equipment!

Farmer Sim 2015 even brings in the realism of selling the crops that you’ve harvested! Once your seed has fully grown you will need to send a Combine into the fields to harvest your crop. Once it has finished harvesting you will then need to put all of that into a trailer and take it into the town to sell it for a profit. This will require you to hitch a trailer to your tractor and take it into the field, collect the harvest, and drive it into town and drop it off. Once you’ve sold your harvest it’ll be time to fill up on gas, plant more seed, purchase more vehicles, tend to your animals, and more! The job of a farmer is never done!

The controls in Farmer Sim 2015 are very simple and straightforward. In the bottom right corner are the gas and brake pedals, those are going to be used to move your vehicle. The arrow keys in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen will allow you to steer your vehicle. In the top left hand corner of the screen you will see a map of the town, tapping on the map will bring it full screen and you’ll see little blips on the map representing equipment you own as well as different buildings/shops you can visit. The last few controls are in the top right corner which will allow you to switch camera angles and switch between all of your vehicles.

Become the farmer you’ve always dreamed of with Farmer Sim 2015!

Download Farmer Sim 2015 on the Google Play Store
Download Farmer Sim 2015 on the App Store
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Top 5 Apps for Mobile Data on Samsung Galaxy S6


Even though there are more Wi-Fi networks than ever, and mobile apps are becoming more conscientious about the data they consume, most people still need to be mindful of the amount of mobile data they use on their smartphones. The majority of smartphone users do not have an unlimited plan (and even some of those aren’t truly unlimited), and need to keep their data usage under a certain limit if they want to avoid overage fees.

We wrote about some features of the Galaxy S6 that help limit our data use in the article How to Manage Mobile Data on Samsung Galaxy S6. However, there are still more ways to help make our data plans stretch even farther. Check out State of Tech’s picks for the top five apps that will help make your mobile data last even longer:



DataEye is a unique app when it comes to helping you save your data: like many apps, DataEye helps you find out what apps are using data and can block them. Where DataEye differs is a feature that is unlike anything else: providing apps that are “data free,” meaning they have no negative impact on your data usage. DataEye pulls this off by working with app developers and the carriers to provide usage of these apps using “sponsored” data provided by companies with apps and other content producers.


DataEye on the Google Play store

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Onavo Extend is kind of like magic. The app is able to simply reduce the amount of data you use across every activity on your Galaxy S6, regardless of which app it is. Now, Onavo Extend is not actually magic, the app runs in the background of your device to analyze and compress you data as often and as much as possible, seamlessly.


Onavo Extend on the Google Play store


“Wait,” you’re thinking, “Isn’t Chrome a browser? Aren’t we trying to SAVE data?” You are absolutely correct, dear reader. Chrome doesn’t make this list simply as a browser, but because the app now has a nifty little feature called Data Saver that can possibly reduce your browsing data by as much as 50%. To turn on Data Saver, open the Chrome app, tap on the three dot icon menu in the top left, tap on Settings, then Data Saver, then switch the toggle to the On position. After using the browser for a while, go back to that settings page to have a look at the amount of data that Data Saver has been able to save.


Chrome on the Google Play store

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Knowledge is power, and knowing exactly how much data your apps are using is one of the best ways to keep your data usage in check. There are quite a few apps on the Play store with the ability to track your mobile data usage, but CM Data Manager gets our pick for tracking with class. CM Data Manager features a gorgeous interface with tons of information about your data like which apps are the biggest data hogs, and giving you easy ways to check your data usage anywhere.


CM Data Manger on the Google Play store

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Despite our best efforts at determining how much data we have used, our carriers probably count the 1’s and 0’s differently for a variety of reasons. With this fact in mind, it’s in our best interest to go to the source when it comes to finding out how much data we have used. Most carriers provide an app for mobile access to your account, and your plan’s data usage statistics. Conveniently, using your carrier’s specific app does not ding your data plan.

If you bought your Galaxy S6 directly from AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, or Sprint, you can find the account app pre-installed (look for MyAT&T, My Verizon Mobile, T-Mobile My Account, or Sprint Zone in your app drawer). An odd caveat: if you bought your phone unlocked, you cannot download the account app for Verizon or Sprint from the Google Play app store.



Top Five Free Keyboards for Samsung Galaxy S6


While the Samsung Galaxy S6 is excellent at a lot of things, the built-in keyboard is a little bit, well, underwhelming. Just like you, we like to spice things up, and make our devices more useful and more fun. Check out our picks for the top five free keyboards for the Samsung Galaxy S6, and don’t forget to check out our article on How to Change Keyboards on Samsung Galaxy S6!




As the elder statesman of the group of keyboards here, SwiftKey has made a name for itself as one of the mainstays in the Android ecosystem. This maturity begets a robust and polished experience rarely seen among apps in the Play store. With SwiftKey, you get intelligent autocorrect that better learns the more you type, beautiful themes, and Flow, a feature that makes typing a fluid experience using gestures and swipes.


SwiftKey on the Google Play store

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Cheetah Mobile is another developer that has made a name for themselves by providing excellent user experiences across a variety of apps. CM Keyboard is their fantastic addition to the keyboard category, and they have set the standard for what a keyboard should be capable of. CM Keyboard provides a smooth typing experience, easy access to every emoji symbol and tons of ASCII art, and plenty of other features.


CM Keyboard on the Google Play store



Fleksy is a keyboard that focuses not so much on addition of features, but on careful refinement of the typing experience. With Fleksy, the name of the game is the speed and ease of typing, utilizing highly advanced auto correction algorithms so that you can type as fast and as sloppily as you want and Fleksy will, more likely than not, fully understand what you intended to type. Speed is also the reason behind their intuitive gestures for the most common keyboard actions to be lightning quick.


Fleksy on the Google Play store


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With the same goals in mind as above, but using a different strategy, Google Keyboard is the evolution of the built-in Android keyboard. Google Keyboard focuses on speed an accuracy through correction algorithms that learn from your habits, intuitive swipe typing, and Google Now voice-to-text baked right in.


Google Keyboard on the Google Play store


TouchPal is the most feature-packed addition to this lineup. Built on top of a remarkably good typing experience, TouchPal adds awesome features like Emoji, emoticons, and ASCII art, downloadable and customizable themes, a dedicated editing keyboard layout, trend tracking, and more. One of the most useful features, however, is the ability to resize the keyboard on the fly, so that you can have the most comfortable typing experience, or so that you can get the keyboard out of the way of what you want to see.


TouchPal on the Google Play store

Web PC Suite


Web PC Suite, the terminator of USB cable, is always your best wireless file transfer app. No matter where you are, file transfer between Android and PC can be done wirelessly and freely.

Mobile devices like smartphones and tablets have quickly become our most used devices for many of our activities in the digital world. Most people, however, have not abandoned their laptop or desktop computers and they often have a most of their personal files and media on them. It can be a hassle to move songs, photos, videos, and documents from one device to another.

Until now. Web PC Suite for Android devices provides a smart, simple solution to moving stuff on our Android devices to and from any Mac or PC. By simply opening the app, then navigating to a website on our computer, Web PC Suite gives instant access to everything on our device in a gorgeous and highly functional interface.

The process is incredibly simple: make sure your computer and Android device are on the same Wi-Fi network, then on your computer, go to the URL provided in the app using a browser, then tap GO in Web PC Suite. Scan the QR code on the computer using your android device, and you will be instantly connected.

Your browser on your computer loads up the Web PC Suite interface. On first launch, you will guided through the interface and many of its features. On the home page of the suite, you will see shortcuts to access all files, photo gallery, music, videos, apps, and documents on your Android device. You can view, download, and upload files as you please.

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File Expert


File Expert – the most friendly file manager for your Android devices! Fully-featured as File Expert, it allows you to manage your mobile phones, tablets, personal computers and cloud storage servers easily.

These days, our files are everywhere. With widespread high-speed internet connectivity being the norm, lots of services have vied to be your “one stop shop” for accessing, sharing, and backing up your files and documents. It can get a little overwhelming to decide where to put your files and how to get to them once you’ve put them somewhere.

File Expert helps you organize the files in all of your storage services in one beautiful, easy to use app. File Expert for Android devices does not try to be a ‘one-stop’ bucket for your files. Instead, File Expert helps you navigate the myriad of locations that you files could be. File Expert gives you tools to help you find and organize your documents and files in an easier to understand way so that you don’t have to worry about which file is at what service.

File Expert has four tabs: Home, Categories, Clouds, and Tools. On the Home tab, you will find shortcuts to some of the most common actions and frequent locations. In Categories, you will find a ton of ways to sort through your files, such as by app, photos, music, documents, and containers. Use the Clouds tab to bring all your files together by logging into services like Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, and many more. Finally, you will find in the Tools tab some tools to help you manage your files, like the SafeBox for securing your files, and an FTP client for even more access.

In one easy to use, well designed, and good-looking app, File Expert will become your first stop on Android devices to help you navigate, find, and take action on your files from all of your cloud storage services and on the device itself.

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ES File Explorer


ES File Explorer is a FREE and full-featured file manager for both local and networked use! With over 300 million users worldwide, ES File Explorer is the most powerful Android file manager in the world.

Upon launching ES File Explorer, you will be brought into the Local file browser. This is the main directory of your device, you will see all of the folders that contain information for apps you have installed, downloads, music, photos, ringtones, movies, and more. Tapping on any of these folders will advance you in the folder hierarchy, showing you what the folder stores. Tapping and holding on a folder will bring up some options allowing you to cut, copy, delete, rename, compress, share, move, encrypt, hide, and more. You can even drag a folder on top of another folder to move them around.

Swiping from the right edge of your screen in ES File Explorer will open the Windows/Clipboard drawer. In the Windows tab, you will see all of the currently open windows, by default they are Homepage, sd card, and Network. You can add new windows by tapping on the New button at the bottom of the drawer and this will allow you to add either a web page, local directory, FTP connection, or LAN connection. The Clipboard tab will show you anything that you can recently copy and list it here for quick access.

From the Homepage of ES File Explorer, you’ll see an overview of your devices storage. At the top of the screen, you’ll see a physical count of how many images, songs, movies, documents, and apps that your device currently has. Below that is a quick glance of used and free storage and if your device has the expandable storage you will see both internal and external storage. At the bottom of the Homepage will be your Bookmarks, this can be a mixture of web pages, folders, files, and directories. Tapping on one of those will quickly jump you to the location that you’ve bookmarked.

Swiping from the left edge of your screen in ES File Explorer will open up the Fast Access menu. This will provide quick access to navigational elements of ES File Explorer as well as downloadable tools and Root access. Tapping on Favorite, Local, Library, or Network from the side menu will give you quick access to the file system on your device if you are not currently on the Hompage or File Browser. This comes in handy when you are needing to jump to a location very quickly. The Tools section will allow you to enable Gestures, Show Hidden Files, Show Icon Folders, and use the Root Explorer if you device is rooted. Spend some time in this menu to get a feel for quickly navigating ES File Explorer, it’ll make getting around the file system so much faster!

ES File Explorer is the only file explorer that you’ll ever need, period! Download it for your Android devices and take back control of your device.

Download ES File Explorer on the Google Play Store
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Nexus 6 Tips & Tricks Roundup


As one of our favorite devices of the past couple years, we thought we would share our love of the Nexus 6 by Motorola with you through this series of tips & tricks articles. These articles are meant to help you get the most out of the Nexus 6 and all of it’s features and raw horsepower. Check out our roundup of articles below:

Photo by TechStage via Flickr

Photo by TechStage via Flickr

The Machine


The Machine is an exciting action game with a plethora of levels wherein you control a small ink droplet and work your way through the vast blueprints of a complex machine.

To get your ink droplet to you must tap on the screen in the direction that you would like it to go in. If you have the ink droplet jump onto a wall it will attach itself there allowing you to scale up walls or use them to get to higher parts of the level. You can also have the droplet jump and attach to spinning wheels that are floating over the machine maze but be careful, some of them can be saw blades and will destroy your inkblot. There are also slippery walls, attaching bee-like creatures, spike balls, and more that will try and stop you from complete the level.

There are different game modes in The Machine and each one comes with its own challenges. The Core and Hard Core mode are the core original game, but each one is respectively harder than the last. The Arcade mode will have you sending your ink droplet as high as you can, avoiding saw blades chasing you from the bottom of the screen. The Mazes mode will have you solving maze puzzles rather than trying to complete machine levels. And the Blueprint mode is a recoloring to the Core mode, it gives the game a whole different feel.

Your objective is to get to the end of the level where you will jump into a portal and be transported to a different part of the machine. Along the way, you can collect gear that will help you unlock different achievements. The Machine connects with Google Play Games so you can earn points and challenge your friends to beat your high scores. Be the ultimate puzzle solver in The Machine!

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