Tag Archive: Android


These are the best multiplayer games for Android!

Gaming is always better with friends in the mix!

Mobile gaming has come a long way in the past few years. These days, you’re not only able to play outstanding games on your phone, but there are so many awesome games you can play with friends.

While I still lament the loss of split-screen multiplayer experiences on console gaming, online multiplayer for mobile just makes sense and has reached the point where we can now get some  [Read More…]

Best Android apps for finding a new job

Job hunting has changed a lot in recent years. Now thanks to mobile technology, you can take your job search on the go, and apply for the positions that seem appealing to you anytime, anywhere.

The era of looking for job offers in the local newspaper is long gone, and today you’re most likely going to have to rely on that Android phone of yours if you want to get a new job.

So for the purpose of this article  [Read More…]

The best Android phones for gaming (August 2018)

Modern smartphones can be used for just about anything. They’re important tools to stay in touch with friends and family, stay up-to-date on the world around us, and to entertain us. The world of mobile gaming is becoming increasingly popular as newer and higher-quality games are released into the Play Store. It makes sense that how good a phone is at gaming is now a key comparison point when choosing a phone.

Here’s our list of the best phones for  [Read More…]

9 Android apps that power my work, my wonder, and my will to live

I can’t live without my phone, but I especially can’t live without these apps.

Few items have become as essentially to our everyday lives as our smartphones, but what makes our smartphones so vital isn’t the hardware itself, it’s the software it runs. The apps and the services our smartphones serve up to use turn these slabs of glass and metal into tools of productivity, procrastination, and mass communication. Everyone has a different set of apps that  [Read More…]

Original Pixel XL users experiencing quick charging issues with Android Pie

Some owners of the original 2016 Pixel XL have been experiencing issues with quick charging since upgrading to Android Pie. The issue existed back on the Android P beta as well, but by the time you get an official release, all bugs should be resolved.

When quick charging the original 2016 Pixel XL can charge at a maximum rate of 5V/3A significantly decreasing charging times. With the Android Pie update, many users are reporting a much slower charging rate.

Regardless  [Read More…]

Android Pie on the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S: Everything you need to know

Mi Mix 2S will receive a MIUI 10 build based on Android Pie.

With Android Pie now available, it’s time to take a look at how the beta has fared on Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 2S and when customers can pick up a stable OTA. The Mix 2S is a refreshed variant of last year’s Mi Mix 2 with a Snapdragon 845 chipset and wireless charging, and is one of the best Xiaomi devices available today.

The Android  [Read More…]

Samsung’s Galaxy Watch could be the Android smartwatch you were waiting for

Turn the dial to 11.

Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch bears a striking resemblance to the Gear Sport from last year, but it’s refined in a number of ways that, along with the rebranding to bring it closer to the company’s line of Galaxy phones, could help it stand apart.

Available in two watch face sizes, 46mm and 42mm, the Galaxy Watch features an OLED display covered in Corning’s new Gorilla Glass DX+ glass built specifically for wearables.  [Read More…]

This could be Palm’s first-ever Android phone

The Palm Pepito will be sold exclusively on Verizon in the U.S. for an unknown price.

After bringing back the BlackBerry brand to much success, TCL confirmed earlier this year that it also has plans to release a Palm-branded Android phone at some point in 2018. Now, thanks to a new report from Android Police, we have our very first glimpse as to what that device will look like.

Currently codenamed as the Palm Pepito, the phone  [Read More…]

PSA: Don’t update to Android Pie if you have a Samsung Gear wearable

Even after numerous developer previews, Pie still doesn’t support Gear accessories.

As of this past Monday, Android 9 Pie officially began rolling out to the Pixel/Pixel XL, Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL, and the Essential Phone. We’ve been having a blast with Google’s latest flavor of Android, but according to numerous reports from users, the new software isn’t so hot if you’re using a Samsung Gear product.

Take a quick visit to the r/Android subreddit, and you’ll find  [Read More…]

What is Android Go and which phones run it?

What is Android Go?

Anyone who is familiar with Google knows how they love rebranding, and Android Go is the next evolution of Google’s Android One program. Android Go’s main target is emerging markets such as India. Due to economic conditions, many people’s first experience with mobile technology will be a more affordable entry-level phone.

Google hopes to make this a more enjoyable experience by offering a separate lighter version of Android and their apps. The first version of Android  [Read More…]