Tag Archive: Based


Gboard now suggests GIFs, stickers, and emoji based on your conversation

Available for Android users starting today.

Gboard’s the go-to keyboard for most of us here at Android Central thanks to its sleek design, great layout, and a heap of handy features. Today, it’s getting an update to help you find GIFs, stickers, and more without having to manually search for them.

When you’re typing in Gboard, a new “GIF” icon will appear to the left of the autocorrect field. Tap on that and you’ll see GIFs, stickers,  [Read More…]

Essential is reportedly making a phone based primarily on voice commands

Development of the Essential Home has also apparently been put on hold.

The future of Essential has been something of a mystery for the last few months, but thanks to a report from Bloomberg, we now have new details on the company’s latest project that should hopefully give it a new lease on life.

Although the Essential Phone 2 is dead, it’s reported that Andy Rubin and his team at Essential are developing a new type of  [Read More…]

Huawei unveils EMUI 9 based on Android 9 Pie, beta applications start today

Pie on your P20.

The Huawei Mate 20 is launching in just over a month, and following on from yesterday’s Kirin 980 SoC announcement, we’ve just had our first glimpse of the software that’ll run on the new handset.

EMUI 9.0 is based upon Android 9 Pie, and brings improved performance, faster gaming, a streamlined UI, digital wellbeing features and visual improvements.

EMUI 9 beta screenshots

The new UI sees Huawei building upon the  [Read More…]

South Park: Phone Destroyer review – a raunchy card game based on the super popular show

South Park: Phone Destroyer is a card game which starts off as promising, but soon gets quite tedious. Unless you have countless of hours to spare.

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Google testing new navigation bar, may be gesture based

Google shared a new post on the Android Developers blog with a screenshot of a new feature for DNS over TLS. However, the nav bar looked different than what we’re used to. The company quickly edited the screenshot to remove the nav bar but it’s too late. As we all know, you can’t remove anything from the internet.

This nav bar has a back button (just an outline, like on older versions) and a blob instead of a home button. The  [Read More…]

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 […]

Google Home can link to specific Netflix profiles based on your voice

Now your Google Home knows who’s watching what on Netflix.

The Google Home was an awesome smart speaker when it first launched in late 2016, but it was made even better last August with support for multiple users based on voice recognition. This made the Google Home a much more viable option for homes with multiple people, and now it’s getting even better with Netflix integration.

If you already have multiple profiles set up with your Google  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ renders based on CAD designs leave nothing to the imagination

Samsung’s next flagships, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ – which are widely anticipated to be incremental upgrades over the Galaxy S8 – are bound to make a debut in a few months. While we wait on the official announcement, we can already take a sneak peek at what’s coming by checking out these newly […]

LG V30 renders based on CAD designs leave nothing to the imagination

LG is gearing up to unveil its second flagship for the year, the V30 in Berlin a day before the IFA 2017 trade show officially opens its gates. The phone popped up in the rumor mill before, but this week we’re getting a closer look at it thanks to @OnLeaks and MySmartPrice who posted a […]

CarbonROM based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat available for Pixel, Nexus 6P and more

The world of custom ROMs was shaken up at the end of 2016. CyanogenMod announced it was ending it and transitioned to LineageOS, after Cyanogen Inc. said it was be terminating its services and OS. But while some custom ROM makers are in a process of finding new paths, others are making a return to