Last month we reported that according to a tip, WhatsApp for Android could soon see the option to backup their data onto Google Drive. The good news is that if you’re an Android user with WhatsApp installed on your phone, it seems that the latest update to Android (version 2.12.45 which is only available via APK Mirror at this time of writing) has indeed brought that feature to the messaging app.
As you can see in the screenshots above, there is now an option for users to backup their data onto Google Drive. Users have the option of choosing how often they want to backup their data and when to back it up, as in should the app only backup when connected to WiFi or is backing up using cellular data a preferred choice. Read full post →New WhatsApp For Android Update Comes With Google Drive Backup Option
It wasn’t too long ago that Samsung took the wraps off their latest flagship handsets, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge. Both handsets took the world by storm which is something Samsung did not anticipate and it seems that it has helped the company with its global market share, which according to recent stats from TrendForce (via SamMobile) has seen an increase from last year. Read full post →Samsung Sees Rise In Global Smartphone Market Share For Q1 2015