Tag Archive: Android


Master a new language with one of these Android apps!

Fascinated by a particular country or region and you’d like to be able to learn its native language? That’s awesome!

Learning a second language has been proven to strengthen cognitive abilities like intelligence and memory while lowering risks of brain aging and dementia.

Aside from that, language learning is fun and can expand your horizon of knowledge. After all, the world is becoming increasingly multicultural, so being multilingual might come in handy one day.

Today, students learning a new language  [Read More…]

Android 8.1 Oreo comes to the Bluboo S3 with a brand-new feature (Promoted)

The Bluboo S3 has been around for a few months now and is still rather impressive. The device sports an impressive set of mid-range specs at a price that is hard to pass up on.

Bluboo S3 Specs 6-inch display (2160 x 1080) MediaTek MT6750T Processor 4GB RAM 64GB Storage 13MP Front Camera 5MP + 21MP Rear Cameras 8,500mAh Battery Android 8.1 Oreo

However, things are getting even better as the Android 8.1 Oreo update is now rolling out.  [Read More…]

Best BBQ and Grilling Accessories for Android

Take your barbecue to the next level with these great grilling gadgets.

For most Americans, the Fourth of July is about spending time with family and friends, firing off a couple fireworks, and grilling up some delicious food. Check out these great gadgets that offers supreme control over your BBQ and allowing you spend less time watching the grill and more time entertaining your family and friends.

GrillEye Smart Meat Thermometer iGrill2 by iDevice Refuel Smart Propane  [Read More…]

Embracing the notch: top Android smartphones that have a screen notch

Whether you love it or love to hate it, the notch is here to stay in 2018. Notched displays are all the rage right now and basically, everyone is jumping on board the train.

Months after the iPhone X came out in September 2017, the notch started to crop up in smartphone launches by some Android vendors, keen to lure users who may desire the unique iPhone X aesthetic but at a cheaper price.

So what iPhone X-inspired Android smartphones  [Read More…]

Thousands of Android and iOS apps are leaking your data through their Firebase backend

Apps are inadvertently leaking data through 2,271 misconfigured databases.

Firebase is a great service for any small developer who needs to have an online service at their disposal. It’s powered by Google and the company goes out of its way to help developers use it in their mobile apps. You can see by simply watching any Google I/O session video about Firebase that developer actually cheer when the service is mentioned.

Apparently, some of those developers have hit a  [Read More…]

Best Writing Apps for Android in 2018

Everybody needs a writing app — here’s what we recommend.

Whether you’re writing essays for school, drafting updates for your blog, or just jotting notes, everybody needs a writing app. There’s no shortage of them on the Play Store, and in theory it shouldn’t be hard to find a good one — it’s just a place to type, right?

Turns out there are quite a few useful features that you might want to look for when settling on  [Read More…]

New RAMpage attack affects all Android phones released since 2012

RAMpage can access passwords, photos, documents, and more.

There’s a new security vulnerability, boys and girls. It’s called RAMpage and is the latest type of Rowhammer attack to hit the scene.

RAMpage was discovered by a group of eight academics across three different universities and the official research paper was published on June 28, 2018. It reads as follows:

RAMpage breaks the most fundamental isolation between user applications and the operating system. While apps are typically not  [Read More…]

Why Android is vital to Microsoft’s software and services strategy

Android and is now a key player in Microsoft’s overall software and services strategy — and that’s a good thing for Microsoft.

When Microsoft announced that it was stepping away from its smartphone efforts, there were quite a few of us who were worried about how we’d continue to remain invested in Microsoft’s ecosystem without being able to carry Windows around in our pockets. But it ultimately allowed Microsoft to invest in bringing ecosystem synergy to more  [Read More…]

Spotify Android app will finally let you reposition songs in a playlist

IT’S HAPPENING!!! 🎉

Spotify is one of the world’s largest music streaming services, but despite this, its Android app isn’t quite up to snuff with its iOS and desktop counterparts. However, the company recently confirmed that it’s finally addressing one of the features Android users have been asking for the most — playlist re-ordering.

As it currently stands, you can use the Spotify Android app to create a playlist and add/remove songs to it. Unfortunately, if you  [Read More…]

YouTube app for Android: Everything you need to know!

YouTube started as a simple video site, but today it’s much, much more.

YouTube is so much more than cute cats and mindless pranks; it’s where millions come for education, information, and live, late-breaking news. YouTube streams more than just Google keynotes; it streams important political debates and allows users to stream from almost anywhere in the world with an internet connection. It’s important to understand YouTube and how to use it, and whether you’re just looking  [Read More…]