Android has a billion keyboard options. Okay, maybe there’s not quite a billion keyboard apps out there to choose from, but with all of the customization options offered by some of them, it might at well be since every Android user ever could easily have a different looking keyboard. However, not all keyboards are created
Tag Archive: Customize
How do you customize your experience with the Google Assistant on the Pixel?
While Google Assistant made its official debut with Allo, it wasn’t until the release of the Pixel that we’ve seen more of what Google has in store for their personal AI assistant.
There’s so many ways to use the Assistant throughout the day, from getting a daily briefing first thing in the morning to conveniently setting an alarm for the next day and [Read More…]
Google is rolling out the ability for users to customize their Google Keyboard on Android. First noticed at Google I/O, this feature appeared in the Android N Developer Preview 3. Now Google is giving this ability to everyone, even if you’re not on the N preview. Not only can you change the color of the
Make your Chromebook look the way you like it with these tips.
If you’re using a Chromebook that has Google Play, you might be downloading a bunch of Android apps. If you don’t yet have Google Play on your Chromebook, you’re probably thinking of Android apps you want to install when it comes. With all those apps — and your Chrome apps — you’ll probably want to tidy things up a bit. Here’s how you can [Read More…]
This handy tutorial helps you clean up your timeline
As some of you know, a recent update to the Facebook application for Android now gives users more control over their Facebook respective timelines. Specifically, Facebook allows the user to handpick who is shown at the top of their feed and who is quietly pushed to the background. Indeed, it is possible to stay friends with somebody yet keep them from [Read More…]
Motorola recently announced a trio of devices to update its lineup of devices: the Moto G (2015), the Moto X Pure (Style), and the Moto X Play. The Moto G became available immediately after its announcement, and the Moto X Pure would be available later this year (now presumably early September). The last of those three, the Moto X Play, has become available today in countries worldwide in Moto Maker (*except the U.S., unfortunately).
Take one of the best mid-range Android phones ever in the Moto G, add in one of the most-loved options from Motorola with Moto Maker for the Moto X, and combine the two together to make a lot of people happy.
Some designers of popular products may scoff, but the ability to easily customize the looks of your new phone has proven to be a popular idea. We, as well as most people who have used it, [Read More…]