Some things can’t be replaced if we lose or damage our phone.
There is an incredible amount of our lives on our phones. Settings to keep everything running, the music that keeps us going, our contacts and even photos of times and places and people we’ll never be able to relive or revisit. Keeping all of this safe and backed up is important.
The companies that make the products we use every day know this and offer [Read More…]
The company has no plans to push its Assistant capabilities to tablets.
Sad news, Android tablet users. Not only are Android tablets sort of scarce these days, but Google doesn’t appear to be committed to equipping them with Assistant, either.
Android Police noticed that in last month’s blog post, Google avoided mentioning that any Android tablets would be seeing the update that enables Assistant on Android 6.0 and above. When the site’s editors reached out to Google, [Read More…]
Arrow Launcher, an experimental launcher from Microsoft’s Garage division, has picked up another big update. The biggest feature coming along in this update is tablet support, but there are a number of other little handy additions like more backup and restore options, a horizontal layout option for the apps page, and more wallpapers from Bing.
Here’s a full look at what’s new in Arrow Launcher version 3.1:
Tablet support: a very [Read More…]
The storage in your phone and tablet can run out fast, but luckily many phones allow you to add microSD cards to expand them. SanDisk’s 32GB microSD card is a great option for those who want more storage but don’t need a ton, and right now you can pick one up for $ 17.87.
It’s always good to get an update, no matter how small.
NVIDIA’s tablets, the much-older Shield Tablet and refreshed cheaper Shield Tablet K1, are both getting the same “software upgrade 5.1” with various fixes aimed at improving instances of crashes and instability. The pair of 8-inch tablets should download the update automatically, but you can always check manually in your settings if you’re impatient.
The release notes are the same for the Shield Tablet and newer [Read More…]
This svelte tablet is not only a performer, but it comes bundled with the software tricks and S Pen that made its phablet predecessor so popular.
I always say that the last great, fully-featured Android tablet was Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S2 because it fulfilled all the right criteria: it was stylish, thin, extremely light and came equipped with a vibrant Super AMOLED display that was really quite perfect for binge watching video.
That was nearly two years [Read More…]
Introduction Today’s tablet world lacks a lot of parity. On one hand you have the premium devices like the iPad lineup, or the Samsung Galaxy Tab line. While these devices are extremely durable, high-performing, and very pretty, their respective prices can make them prohibitive for a lot of potential buyers. But the problem is that […]
The Shield Tablet is still great and the Android 7 update means you won’t have to buy a new tablet this year.
Android 7.0 is on the way for your Shield Tablet K1, extending the life of everyone’s favorite 8-incher and bringing all the new features of Google’s latest.
Besides the Android 7 enhancements — split screen, Doze 2.0, better notifications and those sweet, sweet emojis 🌮 🦄 — we see some extra awesome tossed into the [Read More…]
Right now you can pick up Amazon’s Fire Tablet for just $ 39, a savings of $ 10 from its regular price. Even at $ 49 this thing is an incredible value, so being able to save an additional $ 10 on it makes it an even easier purchase. The tablet features a 7-inch IPS display, a 1.3GHz processor and now works with Amazon’s Alexa cloud-based voice service. There are tons of great apps, games and more that are completely [Read More…]
It’s been 15 months since Google’s Pixel C launched, and it hasn’t diminished in quality (or price). It still has some annoying bugs, and there’s still software that just won’t work in landscape mode, but after over a year since release, I still find myself gravitating toward it whenever I’m able to leave my bigger machines behind.
I’m Michael Fisher, alias MrMobile, and it’d be ridiculous for me to suggest you buy the Pixel C … at full price. [Read More…]