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Android P (9.0): What’s New?

05/23/2018, The public beta version of Android P was rolled out on May 8 and some of the exciting features were discussed at Google I/O 2018. If you’ve tuned into the Google I/O 2018 live stream or been there, you must be aware of the features in Android P or...

Google Duo Introduces New Screen Sharing Feature

05/20/2018, Screen sharing is a useful feature to have if you’re trying to show someone something, or if you’re trying to help with something, like in technical support. Now there are a variety of ways for users to screen share their smartphones, but more...


Fortnite Will Be Coming To Android This Summer

05/18/2018, Earlier this year Epic Games announced that Fortnite Battle Royale would be making its way onto mobile. The game was launched on iOS devices first and its Android launch would be taking place later, but when exactly was later was anyone’s guess. However...

Samsung Resumes Oreo Update For Galaxy S7, S7 Edge

05/18/2018, A couple of days ago, Samsung had temporarily halted the Android 8.0 Oreo roll out for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The reason behind it was because according to some users, the update was causing unexpected reboots which was clearly a bad thing. However...

Steam Link App Now Available On Android In Beta

05/17/2018, Last week Valve announced that they would be launching a Steam Link app for mobile devices. While it is not to be confused with the Steam Link gadget, in practice it more or less does the same thing where users can stream their games on Steam to their...

Gmail On Android Gets Nudges Feature As Well

05/17/2018, It not uncommon for us to actually forget about replying to an email, particularly if we tend to receive a lot of emails on a daily basis. Google recently introduced some changes to Gmail which will help to remind users that they have emails they need to...

Oreo Update For Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge Temporarily Halted

05/16/2018, Major Android updates are usually something to look forward to, especially since they come with new major features, some redesigns, and general improvements. Unfortunately sometimes the roll out of these updates don’t always go as smoothly as one would...

Android P Will Force Crash Apps That Aren’t Responding

05/15/2018, From time to time due to whatever reason, apps can sometimes hang and become non-responsive. In the case of Android apps, what users can do right now is tap the “wait” button that pops up, but sometimes that doesn’t really do anything, which means...

Honor 10 Review

05/15/2018, The Honor 10 smartphone has just launched in London. It is a higher-end handset than the Honor View 10 we reviewed in December. The Honor 10 is part of the N-Series, which is the flagship series that is created to bring “the best of fashion,...

YouTube Testing Incognito Mode On Android App

05/15/2018, Some of Google’s apps come with an incognito mode that basically doesn’t track what you do, so if you’re using a browser on a public computer, switching to incognito mode on Chrome will help give you some semblance of privacy. Now it looks like...

Android P Could Introduce Automatic Color Adjustments To The Pixel 2

05/15/2018, When the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL were launched, there was some fuss regarding its display where there were more than a few users who were complaining about how the display looked dull. Google attempted to address this by giving users more options to adjust...

How To Encrypt Your Android Phone or Tablet

05/14/2018, There is no doubt that we store a lot of sensitive data to our phones these days; from sensitive photos and personal emails to a social security number and banking statements. Therefore, there is definitely a lot of data in there that you would want to...

3 Ways To Reduce Data Usage on Android

05/14/2018, If you go online on the go as much as I do, then you probably already know how easy it is to burn through a few Gigabytes of mobile data each month. Unfortunately, though, that won’t make the data plan’s check any less expensive. Thankfully,...