A new version of Apex Launcher is coming next month.
We haven’t hear much from Apex Launcher in a while, with the popular launcher picking up its last update on June 27, 2015. That’s all set to change soon, as the folks at Apex Launcher have announced that a new version of the app — designed for Nougat — will make its debut next month.
Things have been silent at Apex Launcher for a [Read More…]
These apps will help you to prepare and even file your taxes with a minimum of stress.
Nobody really likes filing their taxes, but it’s that time of year. If you haven’t filed your taxes (and you should have) these apps will help you to get the job done. They can also help you to stay on top of things during the off-season so that you are ready for next year!
So grab your 1040 and let’s [Read More…]
Overview As a kid in the ‘90s I used to watch a lot of Power Rangers episodes. Over the years the television series was turned into an entertainment and merchandising franchise with its latest manifestation being the Power Rangers movie which was launched in 2017. But Power Rangers fans weren’t treated only with the movie […]
A few days ago we saw a blurry press render of the upcoming Motorola Moto Z2 Force show up online. Now more (360-degree) renders and a video showcasing the same device have made an appearance, revealing more info about the device in the process. Even if at this point, the Moto Z2 Force does seem […]
Samsung was working on dual rear cameras with the Galaxy S8.
Samsung decided to stick with a 12MP “Dual Pixel” rear-facing camera on the Galaxy S8 and S8+, but it looks like the South Korean manufacturer dabbled with a dual-camera setup at least on the Galaxy S8+. Images of early prototypes of the Galaxy S8+ reveal dual cameras at the back along with dual LED flash and a heart rate sensor.
The device in the image [Read More…]
Some things can’t be replaced if we lose or damage our phone.
There is an incredible amount of our lives on our phones. Settings to keep everything running, the music that keeps us going, our contacts and even photos of times and places and people we’ll never be able to relive or revisit. Keeping all of this safe and backed up is important.
The companies that make the products we use every day know this and offer [Read More…]
Here’s a question for you: what do you do with all of your downloaded music, pictures, documents, and other media? Chances are good you are backing some of that up either automatically or manually. And, if you’re like a lot of Android users, you’re probably tapping into Google Drive for help. What happens, though, when […]
I was so happy when I got the Pixel.
After months of dealing with Bluetooth reception spottiness on my HTC 10, I ordered a Google Pixel. I made sure to get the 128 GB model so that I could use it as a daily driver, something I never felt comfortable doing on the non-expandable 16 GB Nexus 5X. And my shiny silver Pixel has served me well this winter, but Spring has sprung, and with it, I’m [Read More…]
You will once again be able to share your location without using Google+.
A long time ago, we used to be able to share location data with friends through this app called Google Latitude. When Latitude and other apps were folded into Google Maps, the location sharing feature was migrated over to Google+. It looks like even Google has given up on people using that social network, as the feature is moving back to Google Maps in [Read More…]
Here’s how to get the Android O Developer Preview on your Nexus or Pixel device.
The Android O Developer Preview is here, and if you’re one such developer (or just a person who doesn’t listen to good advice!) here’s how to install it onto your phone or tablet.
Which devices support the Android O Developer Preview?
The preview is supported on the following phones and tablets:
Pixel Pixel XL Pixel C Nexus 6P Nexus 5X Nexus Player [Read More…]