Tag Archive: Want


You’ll want one of these $7 dual-USB chargers in every car you own

Keep your phones charged up while driving around with ease!

Whether you are in your car for just a few minutes a day or spend a large portion of your day in it, you should definitely have a charger in it. We’ve seen tons of advancements in smartphone and tablet batteries lately, but we demand a lot from our phones and can’t afford to have it die during the day.

Since you probably carry more than one gadget with  [Read More…]

Want a Daydream-ready phone? Here are the devices that support Google’s VR platform

A few days ago Samsung confirmed that its latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 8 will be Daydream compatible at launch. Thus, the Note 8 joins a select family of devices which comply with Google’s set of standards in order to effectively deliver Daydream VR content. An important player in the VR arena, Google has been […]

How to find the shows you want to watch on YouTube TV

Finding the shows you want to watch isn’t a hassle when you know what you’re doing.

YouTube TV has access to tons of great programming from dozens of different channels. If you can’t find the shows that you’re interested in though, all of that programming goes to waste. We’ve got the details on how to find the shows you already love, and the new gems you haven’t had the chance for yet right here!

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The Star Wars Jedi Challenge is AR-awesome and all I want is more

I got to be Rey and it was so great.

They say that greed and desire are the path to the dark side. I don’t care.

I want to get my hands on the Star Wars Jedi Challenge that Lenovo and Disney have cooked up. Now. I got a brief demo with the Jedi Challenge after its unveiling at IFA 2017 and I think that it and AR games like it are definitely part of the future of gaming.

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Pay as little as you want for $1500 in coding and development tools (Deal of the Day)

Have you ever wanted to learn how to code in Java? What about Ruby, Scala, or Python? Heck, what about getting started on your own mobile app? Suffice it to say, it can be quite a daunting thing, getting started with development and coding. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to learn how, or to […]

A week with Oreo: You want this

The update to Android Oreo has been surprisingly great.

I’ve been running the final version of Android Oreo on my Pixel XL for a full work week, and it’s better than I expected.

First, the bugs. Bluetooth (‘natch) is FUBAR for a lot of people. Bluetooth is always FUBAR anytime it gets updated, and expect it to stay that way for a couple of minor updates. I haven’t had it flake out while using my LG Watch  [Read More…]

8 killer reasons you will want Android 8.0 Oreo

After months of rumors and speculation, the Android 8.0 release is officially being dubbed ‘Oreo’. Much like it did with 4.4 KitKat, Google has partnered with a major brand to help promote its latest version of its platform. With every new release of Android comes one key question: What’s new? It seems that each time […]

Want a free Samsung Galaxy S8? (Giveaway)

How would you like to get your hands on a brand new smartphone? Not just any phone, either, we’re talking about the Samsung Galaxy S8. Well, we’re here to help! If you head to the AndroidGuys Deals Store right now, you can enter a drawing to win the hot new flagship from Samsung. There’s no purchase […]

Best tips for wrangling Bixby to get it to do what you want

Getting Bixby Voice to do what you want can be pesky, but these tips can help.

Bixby Voice for Samsung’s Galaxy S8 delivers a pocket assistant that you can talk to in order to get things done. However, if you can’t seem to get Bixby to do what you’re asking, then this assistant can be more of a hassle than a help. That’s why we’ve put together this handy list of tips to get Bixby Voice to  [Read More…]

What are Adaptive Icons and why do I want them?

Android icons have always been a mess. Adaptive icons want to fix that.{.intro}

Android is an open system, and it’s a diverse system, especially when it comes to its apps and their icons. Some icons are lifted straight from the iOS versions of the same app. Some icons have unique and fun shapes. Some icons are completely flat, while others have deep drop shadows. Your app drawer on Android can look like a bit of a design style  [Read More…]