Tag Archive: Android


Samsung finally starts rolling out the official Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8

It has finally happened! After months of intense testing, Samsung begun rolling out the official Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Samsung said it will start distributing the official Oreo update to beta users a day before making it available to the general public. Beta testers in Germany have reported […]

How to track, star, and delete messages with WhatsApp for Android

Sending messages is easy, but what do you with them after the fact?

Sure, sending messages is great, but how do you know the recipient is even reading them? What if you want to save some special messages for later? What is someone is throwing shade and you want to delete that nasty message? WhatsApp has some useful ways of getting these jobs done!

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Best Android games based on Superhero movies

Superheroes have been dominating the box office for years now when it comes to films and television and now they are slowly making their way into a new niche – mobile gaming. With the growing popularity of superheroes on the big screen, the Android market is also trying to catch up with the trend by […]

How to prevent your Android apps from accessing your location

These days a staggering amount of apps require access to your location when common sense dictates they don’t really need it. Understandably, most Android users don’t welcome the idea of being tracked by their apps. If you are among those who are concerned about your privacy, the good news is that there are ways to […]

Best Android apps for Valentine’s Day

Spread a little love to your Android phones and tablets with these sweet Valentine’s apps!

Valentine’s Day may just be a greeting card holiday at this point, but it’s a great reminder to stop and think about the ones you love. If you’re looking for extra little reminders throughout the day or are even looking for awesome places to go on your Valentine’s date, check out these apps and take Android to heart.

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Multi-Window on phones is the best Android feature you’re probably not using

Lately I’ve found myself trying to do more in a shorter time, which means employing tools my phone already offers — like Multi-Window.

At the end of 2017, I promised that I would spend less time on my phone, since I wanted to reclaim some of that often-wasted time for other things, like reading or spending more time with actual humans. But I need to use a phone — and often many phones — for work, so picking it  [Read More…]

Google+’s Android app is getting a major update for the loyal few

A “brand new” version of Google+ is coming soon with a lot of changes under the hood.

In the world of social networks, Google+ is, well, Google+. It used to be a fun place for talking to friends about virtually any topic, but thanks to unrelenting spam and users migrating to other platforms, it’s become something that I check a handful of times a year. However, for those of you that continue to be loyal Google+ users, big things  [Read More…]

How to transfer contacts to a new Android phone

New phone, who dis?

Changing phones is already a strenuous time, getting all of your apps set up the way you had them, getting your services — and more importantly your game progress — synced up, and getting all of your text messages copied over from your old phone. While transfer software can get most of your data backed up and restored no sweat, it doesn’t seem to always work for getting 100% of your contacts moved  [Read More…]

5 new Android games you can try for free

With new apps and games constantly being added to the Google Play Store, those who are always on the lookout for something new to play will never be disappointed. Got an Android phone or tablet yourself and you’re looking for some quick entertainment? Below you’ll find a list of new Android games that are free […]

What if Android P is designed for Chromebooks?

Android P could be another Honeycomb, but in a good way.

Sometimes playing “what if?” can be fun, especially when there’s a reasoning to whatever thing you’ve put together inside your head. I’ve had this half-crazy idea that Android P could be a release designed for big screen devices like convertibles, tablets, and Chromebooks. And as off-the-wall as that sounds, it wouldn’t be the first time.

Android doesn’t need a redesign, it needs tobe fixed for tablets  [Read More…]