Category: Android News

Facebook Messenger for Android updated with host of features


Facebook recently updated its Messenger application for Android devices with the same feature set and UI dished to the iPhone earlier in the week. Details include the ability to send videos from the camera roll as well as instant video playback in conversation threads. Additionally, the new 5.0 release of the app makes it easier for sending photos directly from a conversation, shortcuts to stickers, better search, and general  [Read More…]

Here’s another reason you should use Google Now

We all tend to loathe those emergency alerts that pop up on our phones from time to time — AMBER Alerts, weather alerts … you know the drill. That is, we loathe them until we miss them. See, not every smartphone supports Wireless Emergency Alerts still. We’ll save why for another time.

Overnight I went from worrying whether a tornado was headed my way to wondering if it was every going to stop raining. And while my  [Read More…]

Google’s Nexus 6 is said to be based on the LG G3


The LG G3 may not be released just yet, but it seems that the upcoming flagship device by LG may be forming the basis for the next Nexus 6 by Google if recent reports are anything to go by.

Whilst the Nexus 6 is touted for the second half of 2014, not much else is known about the device, but it seems LG will continue  [Read More…]

Deal of the Day: Mobi Products Argyle Skin Case for HTC One (M7)

The Argyle Skin Case from Mobi Products sports an incredibly slim design and comfortable grip, washing those worries away of dropping your device. The back of the case features an Argyle pattern from top to bottom and is also transparent with a gray tint.

The Mobi Argyle Skin Case is available for just $ 4.95, 67% off today only. Backed by our 60-day return policy and fast shipping!

Canada Deal of the Day: Samsung OEM  [Read More…]

Facebook Messenger updated with improved video and photo sharing

Facebook Messenger has been updated with video sharing, faster photo sharing, and sticker shortcuts. The update to version 5.0 doesn’t bring any of the visual changes you might expect with such a version bump (Messenger hit 4.0 just a month ago), but it does bring the app in-line with is iOS counterpart, which received a similar update just yesterday.

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Transporter Sync Review


As bandwidth availability increases, more focus is being placed on cloud services, with the likes of Dropbox and Google Drive gaining in popularity for users to store their documents, pictures, and music in the cloud. However, whilst a lot of focus is placed on the functionality of these cloud services, how they sync, and how much storage you get, very little focus is placed on  [Read More…]

LG G Watch reportedly launching in France in June for €199

LG’s first Android Wear device, the G Watch, will be launching in France in June if a new report is to be believed. French site Les Numeriques is reporting that LG’s local branch provided them with the information and that the G Watch would be priced at €199.

Latest Samsung Galaxy S5 ads focus on features

The Samsung Galaxy S5 marketing train continues to roll with a series of new ads that focus on individual features of the phone. There’s one for the selective focus feature in the camera – up top – as well as one for the ultra power saving mode and for the S-Health application.

LG G3 to be released on May 27th


Following a variety of hints at the rear button layout of the LG G3, and even LG pre-empting financial success with the launch of the yet to be released device, LG have finally set a date for the release of the LG G3.

The Korean company have issued invites for six events across the world on May 27th and May 28th with San Francisco, New York,  [Read More…]

Moxivo: a multiroom audio system like no other


We always like to see something that’s a little bit different, and that’s exactly what Moxivo is doing with their Indiegogo campaign.

Many homes now only use one of their phone lines at home to attach their ADSL line and a phone base station, and maybe not even that for those with cable internet, but that leaves a lot of unused phone sockets around the  [Read More…]