In last week’s poll we asked which specs matter to you when choosing a phone. There is always plenty to consider when it comes time to pick up a new phone, and specs are no small part that. From the screen, to the processor there are tons of different pieces that you can focus on.
In first place with 50.5% of the vote is “multiple specs are important to me.” With 10.7% of the [Read More…]
Overview: Sasha Morse Flashlight is a flashlight app with a built-in Morse Code generator and guide, to help you learn to read and write, as well as send messages automatically, in Morse Code. Developer: Sasha Lab Cost: Free (with ads) Impressions: Sasha Morse FLashlight is a pretty standard flashlight app. It has the same switch
We are big proponents of saving you guys money here at AndroidGuys. There is so much technology that even we have a hard time keeping up with it. We are frequently promoting unlocked smartphones and different smartphone plans like those offered from Boost Mobile and Cricket Wireless. Today we have an incredible deal you shouldn’t pass
How do I add a second Google account to my Android device? This is how.
Instead of trying to keep all of your Google accounts in order on multiple devices, why not have everything on one device? Android has made it easy to add accounts, sync accounts, and remove accounts — here’s how.
How to add a second Google account to your Android How to remove a Google account from your Android
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You don’t have to use a mouse while you’re running Android apps on your Chromebook, but it can make the experience better.
One of the questions that was asked at the Chromebook session that introduced Android apps for Chrome OS was “Do you need a mouse to use them?” It’s also a question we’ve already heard from people who are getting ready for things to get out of the developer channel or for their model of [Read More…]
Satechi, a local San Diego based company, just released one of the first charging stations to not only have multi USB type A charging ports, but also dual USB type C ports too. Last year only a few select devices had USB type C, mainly the Nexus 6P and 5x, but now it is quickly
So, you have a shiny new Huawei Nexus 6P. How do you make the most of it? How do you protect it? It’s been tough sledding trying to find a wide range of accessories so far. These are by no means Samsung or Apple phones where you can find hundreds of cases, screen protectors, and cables
Android Pay users in the UK are in for a treat on Tuesday June 21, thanks to a 2 for 1 Frappucino deal at Starbucks. With the deal, you can snag a second Frapuccino for free when using Android Pay to buy your first at any Starbucks in the UK.
Enjoy pay day with 2 for 1 Frappuccino® at Starbucks. With Android Pay it’s just tap, pay, done. https://t.co/nbkC0WcOlk
— Android (@Android) June 20, 2016
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Happy Monday. Welcome back to the work week and summer heat. Here are the best tech deals from around the web all in one spot. Reversible Micro USB Cables Omaker 2 Pack – $ 12.99 at Amazon, regular price $ 39.99 Reversible: World’s first reversible Micro-USB cable. And it’s reversible at both ends, not just the USB
Sony’s VR offering was always going to be good, and now we know just how good.
Early adopters are going to look at the PlayStation VR as the “late” entry to the VR space for this generation, but the truth is launching this headset will be the official start of high quality VR for everyone. Sony’s post-E3 hype train for PlayStation VR has just started, and we took a quick look at what makes this headset [Read More…]