If you love modding gizmos and gadgets, then I guess you are familiar with the popular electronics site iFixit. iFixit is actually a California-based company that publishes free wiki-like online repair manuals for consumer electronic devices via its website. One such example is the teardown of the newly launched Nexus 7 tablet that we have written about today. iFixit launched an app for iOS in February this year, where it is currently rated 4+.
So, if you’ve been asking for an iFixit app on your Android device, then today’s your lucky day. That’s because the “iFixit: Repair Manual” app for Android is now available for free. The app features tons of step-by-step guides and repair manuals including MacBook Repair, iPad Repair, Xbox Repair, PC Laptop Repair, Harley Davidson Repair, Honda Accord Repair, and a whole lot more. It’s also important to note that the app is open source, which means that you can also make your own contribution via GitHub. Get the app now via Google Play.
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