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Android 6.0 Marshmallow Distribution Now At 4.6%

04/05/2016, It has been several months since Google released Android 6.0 Marshmallow. However last month the distribution figures for the update showed that it was only installed on about 2.3% of all Android devices which is admittedly rather low. However the good...

Twitter Introduces A New Way To Share Tweets Privately

04/05/2016, Twitter has been working to improve the Direct Message feature and today it has introduced a change that brings an easier way for users to share tweets privately. Starting today users will notice something new on tweets, it’s a Message button, the...

Editing Photos Is Now Easier On Google Photos For Android

03/29/2016, A new update has been released for Google Photos on Android. The app brings a very useful feature that was previously only available on the iOS version of this app. It makes editing photos much easier. The feature is referred to as non-destructive...

Apple Music Android App Gets A Feature Not Available On iOS

03/27/2016, You’d think that Apple would bring the best features to its apps for iOS first since it owns that platform but there are some features that iOS has never supported but on the other hand, Android has. Home screen widgets is one of those features. You...

Android N Will Come With A Freeform Window Mode

03/21/2016, When it comes to software on computers, the fact that we can move and resize pretty much any window means that it is possible to have multiple apps running on top of each other. When it comes to smartphones, not so much since apps usually take up the...

Stagefright Exploit A Danger To Android Devices Again

03/20/2016, It looks like the Stagefright flaw is a modern day horror movie franchise for Android device users, as it has returned yet again, retaining its status of being a real and consistent danger on affected devices. This is despite promises from Google to have...

Google Now Lets Users Eliminate News Sources

03/20/2016, Google Now’s Cards on Android tends to display news and information about subjects and events it thinks you might be interested in. This is well and good, but sometimes it pulls that information from sources that you might not be too happy about. Maybe...

Facebook For Android Now Support HD Photo Uploads

03/18/2016, Have you ever wondered why sometimes when you upload a photo from your Android phone to Facebook that its size and quality isn’t the same as when you upload from your computer? This isn’t so much because your phone camera is low-res, but rather...

WhatsApp Beta Lets You Format Text In Bold Or Italics

03/17/2016, WhatsApp used to be a very barebones messenger app back in the day. You could send messages, receive messages, and that was about it. Over the years the app has naturally evolved, such as adding support for voice calls, and the latest update even included...

Android Marshmallow Soak Test For OnePlus 2 Is Underway

03/16/2016, Are you looking forward to getting the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for your OnePlus 2 handset? If you are, you will be pleased to learn that it seems that the soak test for the update is currently underway, at least that’s according to several user...

Google Opinion Rewards Asking For Possible Android N Names

03/15/2016, When Google releases new builds of Android, it usually takes a while before a name can be decided on. Last year we had Android M which remained that way for a while before it was decided that it should be called Marshmallow. This year we have Android N...

T-Mobile’s Galaxy S7, S7 Edge Bootloaders Are Locked

03/15/2016, If you were hoping to root or tinker around with your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, you might be disappointed to learn that T-Mobile’s version of the handset apparently comes with its bootloaders locked, but the good news is that T-Mobile is working...