• Phone App Performance
Simple Tech News
Simple Tech News Phone App
Version 1.1.2
  • Free Version Available
Simple Tech News phone free app - can my phone or tablet play and run Simple Tech News icon
The Simple Tech News app we are assessing in this performance review is free to download at the relevant Android App store and will run on the standard Android operating system. Having achieved a decent amount of attention since its release, the people that have used Simple Tech News felt that it offered an excellent solution when looking for a suitable app. With an Android size of 112KB, Simple Tech News requires a very small amount of storage space, so don't worry too much about it affecting your mobile device's remaining capacity. Other popular apps that might interest you include Appy Geek, Reddit News Free, and Flipboard: Your News Magazine.
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Simple Tech News Phone Requirements
Simple Tech News needs a phone that runs android but otherwise it only requires barely any processing power, any GPU within the last few years to tackle the minimal graphical requirements, and a very small amount of RAM. However it runs, the essential requirement is the 2.2 minimum Android version which requires a phone that has been released within the past few years.
The LG G3 matches the Simple Tech News hardware specifications.
Android 2.2
Android Details
User Rating
4.4 (51 votes)
Content Rating
File Size
112 KB
News & Magazines
5,000 - 10,000
Store Link
The simplest way to get the technique news. Read the latest TechCrunch, Read Write Web, VentureBeat, Engadget, Mashable!, GigaOM, CrunchGear, Unwired View, Android and Me, Inside Social Games, Inside Facebook, O'Reilly Raday... A menu button in content page for sharing with other apps like twitter, tumblr or evernote.
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