Tag Archive: Features

Inbox rolls out new features to Snooze including more time options

Google’s Inbox by Gmail email client is adding some more options for its Snooze feature. They are designed to give users some more flexibility on when they want to be reminded to take action on a specific email.

Google stated:

First, Snooze is getting two highly-requested snooze times: Later this week and This weekend. These new options should hopefully save you some time, and decrease the need to use custom snooze.

The second new Snooze  [Read More…]

Samsung’s new edge features finally feel like a complete thought

It’s easy to dismiss these “gimmicks”, but Samsung’s edge features are finally what they should be.

Samsung’s TouchWiz software enhancements catch a lot of heat for being something other than Google’s vision for Android. It’s not perfect by any stretch, but Samsung has made significant strides over the last year to ensure new features don’t exist simply to compete with default features on Android. While it’s easy to get sucked in to the weird claims that  [Read More…]

Google+ updated to version 7.3: enhanced community moderation and notification filtering features [APK Download]

What is it? Google has pushed an update to its official Google+ app on Android to bring it to version 7.3 and with it a few small, but notable, updates. The Google+

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Galaxy S7 edge: A closer look at the new Edge Screen features

The Edge Screen becomes more useful and expandable in Samsung’s latest curvy phone.

Let’s be honest: The Galaxy S6 edge’s curved sides were largely a design feature. They were mainly there to look cool, not to fulfill any functional requirement. That’s about to change as Samsung launches the Galaxy S7 edge, however, with a larger, more customizable, more useful Edge Screen.

We already knew Samsung was overhauling its “edge” functionality in  [Read More…]

LG taps Bang & Olufsen to bring hi-fi audio features to the LG G5

In the lead-up to the official LG G5 LG’s slow drip of information about the device continues. In the latest bit of news, LG has announced a collaboration with famed audio company Bang & Olufsen to bring hi-fi audio features to the G5.

Specifically, LG has partnered with B&O PLAY, the arm of Bang & Olufsen responsible for bringing the firm’s premium audio pedigree to new types of products. While LG doesn’t make  [Read More…]

Gain Gmail’s best features without changing your email address with Gmailify

Do you have an Outlook or Yahoo email that you’ve had for years sitting around becoming a spammy, unorganized mess? Wouldn’t be great if you could transition your account to Gmail and gain access to great features like inbox sorting, spam protection, and Google Now cards?

Now you can.

Google is letting you “Gmailify” your accounts. All you have to do is open up the Gmail app, import your account, and turn on Gmailify. This will give you access to  [Read More…]

KK Emoji Keyboard: Features and customization at your fingertips (review)

One of the many advantages of Android is that you can customize it to your liking. Changing the keyboard has been for years one of the most important features of Android, one that others just recently started to imitate, without much success. Thus, the keyboard category in the Google Play Store is very competitive, and customers are now demanding innovative features and good performance. KK Emoji Keyboard packs a huge amount of features into a fluid keyboard, with tons of  [Read More…]

Gmailify brings the best Gmail features to Outlook, Yahoo and Hotmail accounts

Gmail has been known for its organization, spam protection and more, and now it is beginning to offer those features to users without a Gmail account with Gmailify. The new feature, Gmailify, lets you sign into the Gmail app using your Yahoo, Hotmail or Outlook account and use it as if it were a Gmail account — including account management, folders, spam protection and all of the other great Gmail features. In addition, you’ll now have Google Now  [Read More…]

Bing for Android gets major overhaul with new design and features

Although Google may rule the roost on Android, Microsoft’s Bing search engine now makes up over 20 percent of the U.S. search market and that number is only increasing. Luckily for us, Redmond just announced the latest version of the native Bing search app for Android, matching the overhaul the iPhone app got a few months ago.

The Bing search app is now more robust with a fresh UI, floating search button, and  [Read More…]

Android Wear nabs new gestures and phone call features

Google today introduced Android Wear 1.4, the latest version of its wearable platform. This one’s not a minor update with bug fixes and patches; indeed, there’s plenty of new and cool stuff to found.


Key among the features is the ability to make and take calls via Bluetooth connectivity. Available for the Huawei Watch and ASUS ZenWatch 2, the capability is coming to more wearables in time.

To take advantage of the  [Read More…]