Tag Archive: Download


PullTube : Download online videos and playlists

You can’t always rely on your internet or data connection to be ready or strong enough to handle that proverbial trip down the rabbit hole of YouTube. That’s why you might want to consider downloading videos ahead of time.

We’ve got a tool in our Deals Store designed specifically for the task. Not only is it a smart and proactive move, but it also gives you added flexibility and features, too.

Called PullTube, you can essentially download your favorite video content  [Read More…]

Google Lens now has a standalone app you can download

Available in the Play Store right now.

Google Lens is still far from perfect, but new features are steadily making it a tool that’s worth using with each passing day. To ensure everyone can access Lens in the blink of an eye, Google’s added a standalone app that you can download from the Play Store now.

Aptly named “Google Lens”, the app simply brings up the Lens viewfinder that you’d normally see when opening it via the  [Read More…]

Download all of the HTC U12 Plus wallpapers now!

The HTC U12 Plus was officially unveiled earlier today, sporting an impressive set of specs and a total of four cameras. To get the party started, we now have the U12 Plus wallpapers available for download.

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Android P Beta for OnePlus 6 now available for download

The OnePlus 6 hasn’t started shipping out yet, but the company is already offering the Android P Beta for the device for download.

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You can now download the OnePlus 6 wallpapers

Now that OnePlus has unveiled its latest device, chances are you want to have a little taste of what’s to come. Well, you can now download the OnePlus 6 wallpapers thanks to the designer making them available.

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Google Drive: How to upload, download, view, and share files and documents

How do I use Google Drive on Android?

Google Drive is one of the handiest cloud storage services around, giving you 15GB of free space, which you can access from just about any device with an internet connection. The age of USB thumb drives is over.

When you set up your Android phone, you would have been prompted to add your Google account, which is all you need to use Google Drive. Here’s how to set up  [Read More…]

Download the Android P launcher on your smartphone today!

The Android P launcher is now available after the latest beta software was released during the Google I/O 2018 keynote. This is compatible with any device running Android Oreo.

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How to download music on Fitbit Versa

Phone-free tunes are just a few taps away!

The Fitbit Versa is Fitbit’s most successful stab at the smartwatch market to date, and one of its highlight features is the ability to download and listen to music on it without the need for your phone.

Just like the Ionic before it, you can download over 300 songs on the Versa and listen to them with your favorite pair of Bluetooth headphones. You currently have three different ways  [Read More…]

Instagram’s ‘Data Download’ lets you save all your content offline

Available now on desktop, coming soon to Android and iOS apps.

Earlier this month, Instagram announced that it was working on a tool to allow users to download and save offline copies of their data. Today, that tool is being launched as Data Download.

Data Download is rolling out to Instagram now, with access currently available on the web and coming soon to the Android and iOS apps. You’ll find Data Download within your privacy settings, and  [Read More…]

Instagram will soon let you download your photos, videos, and messages

More details will be announced “very soon.”

Over the course of nearly 8 years and 800+ million subscribers, Instagram’s become the go-to social network for sharing photos and videos of whatever’s going on in your life. Later this year, the app will finally allow users to download offline copies of their data.

Similar to the “Download Your Information” feature that Facebook introduced in 2010, this would enable Instagram users to save offline copies of their photos, videos,  [Read More…]