Tag Archive: Android


Get a lifetime second phone line for your Android for only $25

You might not realize it, but you need a second phone line for your mobile device. We can think of a number of reasons for you to consider getting one. Maybe you’ve been buying and selling items online in venues such as Craigslist. Or, perhaps you need to keep work and personal lines separate from one another.

Other reasons for a second phone line could include:

A throwaway number to use for signing up on websites and order forms Profiles for  [Read More…]

Best Android Phones Without a Notch

You know what is even better than an edge to edge display? Symmetry.

People want the biggest screen they can have in the smallest body they can have, and to get there as quickly as possible manufacturers have started making phones with notches in the top of the display. The people who tell you notches are the future and you should just get used to it are wrong, and they should feel bad. This design is temporary, until display  [Read More…]

Android P Beta 2, Honor Turbo Charging, and Moto Z3 Play (Episode 11)

Welcome to the latest episode of the AndroidGuys Audio Experience! For today we’ve tackled the new Android P Developer Preview update, how Honor is looking for an edge, the first smartwatch from fashion designer Marc Jacobs, and the Moto Z3 Play.

Topics Android P Developer Preview 3 released Marc Jacobs releases its first smartwatch Some Honor phones will get an update to boost game performance The Moto Z3 Play goes official

It’s our goal to keep these podcasts short but  [Read More…]

Verizon announces BOGO deal on top Android phones for Father’s Day

AT&T recently announced a BOGO deal on the LG V35 ThinQ for Father’s Day. But if you think your dad would prefer LG’s notchy flagship instead, you might want to turn your attention to Verizon.

For a limited time, you’ll be able to pick up one of these top Android phones and get one for free.

Verizon’s BOGO deal includes: LG G7 ThinQ Samsung Galaxy S9 Google Pixel 2 Moto Z2 Force

The LG G7 ThinQ is the most recent  [Read More…]

The five best Android tablets you can buy right now (June 2018)

Even though tablets aren’t the most popular tech right now, there are still some fantastic options on the market. Those who continue to make tablets are really pushing the bar for what we can expect from them. Today, we’ve compiled a list of some of your best options if you want to pick up a tablet from any price range. These are listed in no particular order. Here is our list of the Best Android Tablets!

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3  [Read More…]

Five Android OEMs you’ve never heard of before

Everyone knows the big players in tech, but we tend to forget the world is a lot larger than that. There’s a plethora of little-known, upstart mobile-manufacturers out there selling phones that are giving the major players a run for their money.

So for those wondering whether there’s life beyond Apple and Samsung, here’s a refreshing break from the norm. In this article, we’re going to highlight a series of Android OEMs that are making great phones but remain virtually  [Read More…]

The five best Android tablets you can buy right now (June 2018)

Even though tablets aren’t the most popular tech right now, there are still some fantastic options on the market. Those who continue to make tablets are really pushing the bar for what we can expect from them. Today, we’ve compiled a list of some of your best options if you want to pick up a tablet from any price range. These are listed in no particular order. Here is our list of the Best Android Tablets!

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3  [Read More…]

Best Waterproof Pouches for Android Phones

Brace your phone. Summer is coming.

Whether you’re heading somewhere awesome and wet for your vacation like the Bahamas, or you’re intending to bring your phone along as you go tubing on the Comal River, a waterproof pouch is an easy way to protect your phone from electronics’ biggest enemy: water.

IPX8 cases are widely prevalent, come in many styles, colors, and sizes to accommodate phones both big and small, and since they’re usually big enough for  [Read More…]

Chrome OS to soon offer ‘integration’ with Android Messages

We’ve only been waiting forever for this.

Chrome OS is rapidly becoming a more practical replacement for Windows and macOS machines with every passing day, but one area that’s still lacking is proper tie-ins with Android. According to new commits in the Chromium Gerrit, however, this is going to start changing with proper integration with Android Messages.

Spotted by XDA Developers, the commit reads as follows:

Add a feature flag for CroOS Android Messages integration.

Later on,  [Read More…]

How are you liking Android P Developer Preview 3?

Google’s next version of Android gets even better.

Earlier this week, Android P Developer Preview 3 / Beta 2 started rolling out to users across the globe. This iteration of Android P aims to fix a lot of the quirks found in Developer Preview 2 while also adding a few small features here and there.

Some of our AC forum users have already started playing around with the update, and so far, first impressions are quite positive.

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