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Google’s updated list showcases the best Android apps right now

Google’s Android Excellence picks for Fall 2017 include Robinhood, Bring!, Mint, Asphalt 8, Castle Creeps, and many others.

Earlier this summer, Google added an Android Excellence section to the Play Store to highlight the best apps and games that Android has to offer. Replacing the old Editor’s Choice, Android Excellence is updated four times throughout the year to highlight new content that deserves a place on your phone, and the picks for Fall 2017 are here.

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Motorola released the list of devices getting Android Oreo 8.0 update

Android Oreo 8.0, the latest and the fastest version of Google’s mobile operating system was unveiled last month by Google. The update was initially rolled out to the Google Nexus and the Pixel line-up officially and several other devices have been getting it via unofficial custom ROMs. Traditionally, OEMs other than Google, take at least […]

Android 8.0 Oreo update list

Android 8.0 is here and it is as sweet as ever. With new upgrades and under-the-hood fixes, it promises to be a fantastic upgrade. We’re excited to see how the floating picture-in-picture and grouped notifications change how we use our phones on a day-to-day basis. While it’s a given that the newest flavor of Android […]

Ultimate List of Moto Mods

Want to give your Moto Z an ego boost? Tack on one of these magnetic modular backs.

Motorola’s Moto Z series phones are all modular, and can take advantage of Motorola’s proprietary Moto Mods. You can buy them separately online or through your carrier. Once you snap them on, the phone knows how to utilize them from there.

Which phones are compatible with Moto Mods?

As of writing, there are five phones compatible with Moto Mods:

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Samsung reveals its own list of tips and tricks for Galaxy S8/Galaxy S8+

The OnePlus 5 might have captured everyone’s attention this week, but Samsung is looking to bring back the spotlight on its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagships. With this purpose in mind, the Korean tech giant unveiled its own list of tips and tricks to help users get the most out of their phones. Samsung […]

How to use Alexa’s to-do list

The brains behind your Amazon Echo can also manage your to-do list.

The beauty of using something like Alexa to manage your to-do list at all is the voice interaction. You suddenly think of something that you need to take care of later, but where’s your phone, or even a pad and pen?

Alexa can take down that note for you, and here’s how you use the to-do list feature.

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Complete List of T-Mobile MVNOs

If you’re a fan of T-Mobile’s coverage but are looking for a better deal, check out an MVNO.

Mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) are “alternative carriers” that lease coverage and network access from the “Big Four” carriers (T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint) and offers similar services for less. T-Mobile, which has branded itself as the Uncarrier, supports a ton of MVNOs, so if you like the coverage of T-Mo provides in your area, you might be able  [Read More…]

The Hot List: Textra, LG G6, MLB.TV, dbrand, Huawei, and more!

As a site that centers around Android, we often find ourselves gravitating toward certain things. Be it specific hardware makers, developers, or something else, there’s usually something that each of us prefers. But, try as we might, our tastes change and we end up interested in the next shiny new thing. Sometimes we put aside […]

Complete List of Sprint MVNOs

If you like Sprint’s coverage but not its prices, check out an MVNO.

Sprint’s network is used by a wide variety of MVNOs, many of which allow you to bring your old Sprint device onto one of their cheaper, no-contract plans.

Sprint’s network offers a combination of CDMA-based 3G and modern LTE which only supports devices with specific frequencies. That means your phone will need to support CDMA service on 3G in order to make calls and  [Read More…]

Complete List of Verizon MVNOs

If you like Verizon’s coverage but not its prices, check out an MVNO.

A mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is an “alternative carrier” that leases coverage from one of the “Big Four” carriers (Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile) and sells it for less. If one of the Big Four has excellent coverage in your area, but you’re looking for something a little cheaper, then consider going with an MVNO.

There aren’t too many MVNOs that are powered  [Read More…]