Category: Android News


LastPass launching revamped family service with intuitive group features

Keep everything locked tight from the public but freely shareable in your family.

LastPass is set to seriously improve its “family” tier of service, adding tons of intuitive features that make it easy to manage family-focused data between multiple users. The new LastPass Families, which is coming later this summer, is a big improvement over its current “family” plan which is simply a cheap way to get multiple individual subscriptions for people  [Read More…]

Casio ProTrek Smart review: Adventure watch

Casio gets a lot more attention than some other watchmakers on the MrMobile channel, and that’s because it’s one of the few companies doing something different with Android Wear. Last year, I reviewed the company’s feature-packed but pricey WSD-F10 outdoor smartwatch, and this summer’s sequel has ditched the clunky model number for a (slightly) streamlined brand name.

Much else is familiar though; the ProTrek Smart keeps the chunky frame, water resistance and the high price point – not to  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 set to arrive in September

All attention is on when the Note 8 will be announced and shipped to customers. The president of the Samsung mobile division told Taiwanese press that the Galaxy Note 8 will be announced at an Unpacked event at the end of August for a release in September. The Note 8 is highly anticipated following the […]

Huawei Watch 2 Classic review: Leather is better

With the Huawei Watch 2 Classic, a metal body and leather strap make all the difference.

It’s no secret that we weren’t big fans of the Huawei Watch 2, a plastic-and-ceramic successor to a metal legacy that left us feeling dejected and a little confused over the company’s seemingly half-baked plans for wearables.

Well, after having used the Huawei Watch 2 Classic for some time, I can safely say the issue lies largely with branding and marketing  [Read More…]

Most popular Android apps this week: Game Studio Tycoon 2, Chrooma Live Wallpaper and more!

The Google Play Store is filled with many apps, which is great for consumer selection, but can often make app discovery difficult. Some apps just never make it to our homescreen. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of this weeks hottest Android apps that have most likely gone under the radar or are so new […]

Mint SIM Deals & Promo Codes

Looking to save even more money on Mint SIM? Here are the current deals and promo codes to help!

There are quite a few options when it comes to carriers for your smartphone, and odds are you’re shopping around for the best deal. Postpaid plans are a good option for some, but prepaid plans get you the lowest price, as long as you’re willing to put your money down first.

Mint SIM is an alternative carrier that  [Read More…]

Snapchat now lets you record 60-second Snaps … sort of

Nothing in Snapchat can ever just work as you expect.

Snapchat is known for arbitrary limitations throughout its interface, but in general that’s part of the fun. But one barrier is being lifted today with the announcement that you can now record 60-second long videos … well, sort of. Rather than limiting you to just 10 seconds of recording at a time, if you continue to hold the capture button you’ll now  [Read More…]

Best Android Phone Under $700

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Best overall HTC U11

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This may come as a shock to you, but HTC is back, baby! In fact, the company never left, but its criminally underappreciated 2016 flagship, the HTC 10, has been replaced by a phone so good and so striking that it would be impossible not to consider it in 2017. That phone  [Read More…]

The best Android phones at T-Mobile (July 2017)

We’re asked on a regular basis to help determine which phone is the best one available. We get it as a team here at AndroidGuys, but we also field it on an individual level, too. To help address that, we’ve put together a list of top models to choose from at various carriers. If you’re […]

Adobe Lightroom mobile goes ‘Android native’ with slightly refreshed interface

Just because an update looks small doesn’t mean it isn’t important.

Adobe has updated its Lightroom Mobile app for Android with an all-new “Android native” interface, though the changes aren’t as big as you’d think with such a proclamation. The main change to the experience is better labeling of buttons and simpler sliders that make sense on a (relatively) small screen that’s used exclusively with touch.

Lightroom Mobile continues to  [Read More…]