Android

Best Android system tools: optimize your smartphone

DiskUsage is an app which helps you visualize your Android storage space. With a simple, clear interface, diskUsage scans your device to shows your file structure in the form of colored blocks. The larger the block, the more storage space that particular item uses. And that’s about it. You can find out more about each […]

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The Android powered BlackBerry Priv is now available from T-Mobile

If you’re a T-Mobile customer who has been waiting for theBlackBerry Priv to land on the nation’s third largest carrier, today is the day you’ve been looking forward to. The first Android powered BlackBerry is now available from T-Mobile’s retail locations and online store. Qualifying customers can purchase the phone for $0 down, paying off […]

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Google Maps for Android Can Now Figure Out Where You’re Going

Google Maps is all set to receive its first major update in 2016 which brings several new features including Driving mode and more. The new Google Maps for Android version 9.19 is currently not available on Google Play and can be expected to be rolled out soon. For those who can’t wait for the new […]

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Facebook Mentions App Finally Reaches Android

The Facebook Mentions app, which was launched for iOS users back in 2014, has finally made it to Android. The app lets public figures with verified profiles broadcast live videos, interact with followers, track trending stories, and more. The app also lets public figures post public updates without spamming their friends and family members. They […]

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Google Experiments With Search on Android; Adds Yoga Cards

Google seems to be experimenting with new automated search options that are now visible to several users in the dropdown menu. As reported by several users, the Google Search option now shows Recent Searches, What’s Hot, and Nearby. Notably, the new options appear just below the last searched term in the search menu. It’s worth […]

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LG Smartphones’ Factory Reset Protection Can Be Easily Bypassed

Google introduced a security feature called Factory Reset Protection with Android 5.1 Lollipop in March 2015. The feature ensures that if someone gets possession of your smartphone, they will not be able to reset the device without signing in with the registered Gmail address. One year later, smartphone manufacturers continue to incorrectly implement the feature […]

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Microsoft Office for Android Makes It Easier for New Users to Come Aboard

The Microsoft Office productivity suite for Android has received an update that brings interesting new features to the Word, Excel, and PowerPoint productivity apps. Among other additions, the company is now allowing users to sign up for a free Microsoft account from within the app. Starting with Microsoft Word, users now get the option to […]

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Android 6.0 Marshmallow rolling out to the US Cellular LG G4

LG has been on its toes when it comes to updating its flagship devices in the past, and the G4is no different. LG has rolled out Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the G4 on Sprint, as well as to some variants in parts on Europe and South Korea. If you happen to own a G4 on US […]

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Best Android Wear watches

Android Wear has evolved a lot since it was first announced back in 2014. In the early days, there were only a few options, mainly from Motorola and LG. These days, many handset makers have thrown their weight into Android Wear, and even traditional watchmakers have begun to embrace the Google-powered smartwatch platform. With the number […]

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10 awesome examples of material design

When material design first debuted in 2014, it changed the way our Android devices looked and behaved, and in most cases this change has been for the better. This is a design language that comes from Google itself that emphasizes a minimalistic layout, stunning animations, high contrast colors and a sense of physical interaction all […]