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YouTube for Android just got a new Incognito mode, here’s how to use it

YouTube for Android recently received an important update which adds a new feature called Incognito.

Google has been testing this option for months and now the tool is live for people who are using YouTube on their Android devices. Just like Incognito Mode in Google’s Chrome browser, Incognito Mode for YouTube lets you browse content in private.

So if you ever wanted to hide your Despacito addiction from your partner, Incognito mode is here to help you get away with  [Read More…]

Here’s how to use Amazon’s Camera Search to save $30 on Prime Day

What’s better than scoring some free money on Prime Day?!

Aside from the obvious sale prices and coupons, there are other ways for the truly savvy shopper to save even more on Prime Day. Tucked deep within Amazon’s Prime Day lead-up content is a promo centered around the camera features of the Amazon iOS/Android app. If you do the proper legwork and have a solid day of game-plan, you’ll be able to save an additional $ 30 on Prime  [Read More…]

Here’s the first hands-on video of the Oukitel K8 (Promoted)

At the end of June, Oukitel announced its latest handset, the Oukitel K8. The device looks to turn a lot of heads with its impressive specs and enormous 5,000mAh battery.

As we are getting closer to the official launch, the first hands-on video has been published. The video covers the various specs, along with the overall design of the Oukitel K8.

Oukitel K8 Specs

Speaking of the specs, let’s take a look at what the K8 brings to the table.

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Want to play YouTube in the background of your Android? Here’s how

Ever wanted to do something on your smartphone while also listening to music on YouTube? Or simply to listen to a song with your smartphone’s screen off? Unfortunately, exiting the YouTube app or turning off your phone’s display means the music will stop playing.

The good news is that there’s a workaround to bypass this problem and it involves using one of your mobile browsers. Whether you use Chrome or Firefox, you can easily get YouTube play in the background.

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The Nokia 7 Plus isn’t officially available in the U.S., but here’s why you should buy it anyway

This is your best chance to pick up the Nokia 7 Plus if you’re living in the U.S.

The Nokia 7 Plus is the best $ 400 phone you can buy right now, but unfortunately it isn’t officially up for sale in the U.S. HMD Global is currently focusing on Asian markets, and while the Nokia 6.1 is available direct from Amazon for $ 269, that’s the only Nokia-branded phone sold officially in the U.S.

However, the  [Read More…]

Want to sell your phone? Here’s what to do during and after the sale

The Samsung Galaxy S9, LG G7 ThinQ, HTC U12+, and OnePlus 6 are all beautiful new devices that tempt customers to open up their wallets. Rightfully so — they’re all great! But if this is a replacement or upgrade, you’ll likely have to figure out what to so with the current one.

What to do? Throw it in a drawer? Make it a Wi-Fi only phone? Give it to the kids? Or, do you sell your phone?

If you’re in the market for  [Read More…]

AT&T’s new ‘WatchTV’ skinny bundle is available — here’s what you need to know

Welcome to the post-merger world.

AT&T — the newly minted owner of Time Warner — today unveiled new wireless plans that include its new “WatchTV” skinny bundle. Customers who choose two new unlimited plans, called “AT&T Unlimited & More” and “AT&T Unlimited & More Premium” will be available next week and come with access to the WatchTV app, which includes 31 live channels.

Unlimited & More is $ 70 per line. (Or $ 160 for a four-line bundle.) Premium runs  [Read More…]

Here’s are all the features YouTube Music is still missing

Google’s newest music service may be shiny and new, but it’s still quite lacking.

Youtube Music is a hybrid music service with a lot of promise and an unparalleled library to tap into. Unfortunately, all that potential is held down by how many things — including very, very basic things — the service and its apps are still missing. YouTube Music is already working on some of the items on this list, and hopefully we’ll be able  [Read More…]

You’re using Google Keep wrong; Here’s how to do it right

Other than Evernote, the other most popular note-taking application for Android devices is Google Keep. Part of this is due to the fact that the app is pre-installed on many devices, while another reason is that the app comes directly from Google.

Today, we’re going to take a look at some of the best tips & tricks to fully maximize your experience and take full advantage of Google Keep. Chances are you’ve already spent some time with the app, having  [Read More…]

OnePlus Bullets Wireless go on sale in India from June 19: Here’s everything you need to know

OnePlus’ neckbuds sound great for the price, and they come with a few standout features.

OnePlus announced the Bullets Wireless alongside the OnePlus 6, and the Bluetooth neckbuds are set to go on sale in India from June 19.

The Bullets Wireless feature a flexible neckband design with a soft silicone coating, and they’re comfortable to wear for an extended duration of time. There’s a lot of tech here, including aptX, a new Magnetic Control feature, and  [Read More…]