Category: Android News


Keezel 2.0 all-in-one portable power bank and VPN device, just $179

With all of this talk about leaks, cyber-security, and hacking, you’d be wise to want to put your guard up. For some of us this means making smarter decisions about where we go and what we do online. For others, it’s shielding themselves behind a VPN client. We’re currently offering a product and service combination takes things even further.

Enter Keezel.

As a physical, portable WiFi device, the Keezel connects to any WiFi connection and then routes traffic through its  [Read More…]

Microsoft To Do gets fresh design that taps into its Wunderlist roots

To Do is tapping into its Wunderlist DNA to for a warmer, more customizable look.

What you need to know Microsoft debuted a new look for To Do today. The new experience incorporates more customization with background images and warmer colors. The updated experience will be available across Microsoft To Do on all platforms.

Microsoft To Do has evolved considerably since its initial launch in 2017. Over time, Microsoft has sought to make the app a replacement  [Read More…]

OneDrive hits 1 billion installs on Google Play Store

Microsoft’s efforts on Android continue to hit major milestones.

What you need to know OneDrive recently hit one billion installs on the Google Play Store. OneDrive is the second Microsoft app to hit the one billion installs milestone. Several other Microsoft apps are at 500 million installs.

Microsoft’s OneDrive recently hit one billion installations on the Google Play Store. OneDrive is the second Microsoft app to hit this milestone, with Microsoft Word being the first. Microsoft continues  [Read More…]

OnePlus’s Android 10 gestures are far and away better than Google’s

This isn’t the first time OnePlus has created a superior navigation system.

After six months of beta updates, Google released the public build of Android 10 on September 3. While the final version doesn’t differ too much from the last couple of betas, it means that everyone with a Pixel device and Essential Phone now has access to the latest build of our favorite mobile OS.

Android 10 brings a lot of goodies to the table, such  [Read More…]

Google 4 rumors: Gestures, astrophotography mode, and bright orange

We’re in the final weeks before the expected Google Pixel 4 launch so that means the rumors are bound to come in a flurry. The past few days have given way to a handful of details for the upcoming device and definitely paint an interesting picture.

Bright Orange

You know how Google likes to release a colored variant of its phones to sit alongside black and white models? Whereas previous years had muted takes on pink (Not Pink) and purple  [Read More…]

Realme is getting ready to launch a phone with a 90Hz display

The phone could feature a 6.4-inch AMOLED panel with 90Hz refresh rate and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset.

What you need to know Realme has confirmed it will soon launch a smartphone with a 90Hz display. The company’s first smartphone with a 90Hz display could possibly be called the Realme XT Pro. According to Realme product manager Wang Derek, the phone will be priced lower than the OnePlus 7 Pro.

OPPO Vice President Brian Shen recently revealed  [Read More…]

Blu debuts new premium Bold brand of phones with 6.4-inch N1

Blu Products on Monday introduced not just a new phone, but an entirely new brand. Called Bold, it’s a “premium” line of devices which are expected to launch around 1-2 phones per year.

The Bold brand is different from the standard Blu line and promises a “guaranteed Android upgrade” and two years of security maintenance. Moreover, it figure to offer phones made with a higher grade of materials — at least that’s what its first model, the N1, uses in  [Read More…]

Does the Pixel 3a support wireless charging?

Best answer: No. Wireless charging isn’t hard-baked into the Google Pixel 3a as it is with the slightly older Pixel 3, most likely to help lower the price.

Supports wireless charging: Google Pixel 3 ($ 500 at Amazon) No native support: Google Pixel 3a ($ 400 at Amazon) Stick with the Pixel 3 for wireless charging

Presumably, as a cost-saving measure, Google didn’t include Qi-based wireless charging internally in the recently released Pixel 3a or  [Read More…]

Little changes lead to a big upgrade for the Fitbit Versa 2

Subtle changes in all the right places.

Last year’s Fitbit Versa stuck out as one of my favorite wearables of 2018. Following up on the chunky and expensive Ionic smartwatch, Fitbit went in a different direction with the Versa by creating something that was accessible to wrists and wallets of all sizes.

However, as strong as the Versa was considering it was just Fitbit’s second true smartwatch, perfect it was not. Inconsistent performance, missing features, and a  [Read More…]

Can you watch Disney+ on a tablet?

Best answer: Disney+ will be available to watch right from your tablet, provided it’s an Android tablet or iPad. You can also watch using a bunch of other devices, including your Android phone.

All the Disney you can watch: Disney+ (From $ 7/mo. at Disney+) Disney goes mobile

Disney+ is going to launch with tons of awesome movies and plenty of TV Shows as well. This means that you may be tempted to check out your favorite  [Read More…]