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Latest Fruit Ninja Update Brings It Back To Its Roots

12/16/2015, Fruit Ninja was one of the early games for smartphones back in the day. It was released back in 2010 which means that it has been around and has been constantly updated for the past 5 years. Pretty impressive as far as mobile games are concerned as many...

Google Play Books Updated With Night Light Feature

12/15/2015, If you’ve ever tried using your smartphone in the dark, like when you’re in the cinema or if it is at night and the lights are off, you know how glaring your screens can be. What would have been considered a boon in the day now seems to be hurting...

Reddit Accepting Signups For Its Beta Android App

12/14/2015, It’s strange that Reddit does not have an official app. Sure, they have an official AMA app but in terms of an official app to browse its website, the closest we’ve gotten is probably Alien Blue which Reddit acquired back in 2014, sort of making it...

Lenovo’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update Roadmap Revealed

12/14/2015, Yesterday a leaked roadmap revealed HTC’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow plans. Most companies probably do have plans to eventually push out the latest Android to their phones, but the burning question is when because unlike Nexus and Google Play Edition...

Amazon Giving Free Money For Downloading An App

12/13/2015, Who doesn’t like free money? Some just can’t pass up any chance to get free stuff, there’s nothing wrong about that, and nobody is going to judge you if you decide to take advantage of Amazon’s new offer. The company has created a...

Pixel C Was Apparently Never Meant To Run Android

12/11/2015, Back in September, Google took the wraps off the Pixel C Android tablet. It was an interesting naming choice considering that the Pixel brand seemed to reserved for Google’s Chrome OS, while the Nexus brand was for Android devices as we have seen in the...

Huawei Tipped To Make 2016’s Nexus With Snapdragon 820 [Rumor]

12/11/2015, Several months ago Google and Huawei announced the Nexus 6P. This is one of the two latest Nexus handsets launched, and it also marks the first time that Huawei has ever made a Nexus handset. That being said we have seen Google turn to the likes of...

Wikipedia Update Brings “Search Wikipedia” Option To Android

12/11/2015, Have you surfed the net on your phone and come across a word, place, or person you’re not familiar with? We’re sure most of us have, and what we tend to do then is to do another search to find out what it is about. However the good news is that if...

Split Screen UI In The Works, Possibly For Android N

12/10/2015, Given that we already have Android M which is Android 6.0 Marshmallow, we can only assume that the next Android build will be Android N, but more importantly what kind of features might we be able to expect from the next major build of Android? We suppose...

Google Introduces Family Plan For The Play Store As Well

12/10/2015, It seems that Google is all about family these days. Just yesterday they announced a family plan for Play Music but it seems that’s not all they had in mind. It has also been revealed that Google actually launched a family plan for the Google Play Store...

Send Money Via Google Wallet With Just A Phone Number

12/10/2015, With Android Pay having been launched, Google Wallet is no longer an app/service that lets you pay for goods. Instead it has become an app in which users will be able to send money to each other, so for example if you wanted to pay a friend back for...

SwiftKey Releases Keyboard For Non-Verbal Individuals

12/10/2015, SwiftKey today released a new keyboard called SwiftKey Symbols, it’s described as a “symbol-based assistive communication app” that’s primarily targeted at non-verbal individuals, the differently-abled who have difficulty...

Facebook Introduces Security Checkup Tool For Android

12/09/2015, When it comes to security of apps on your mobile devices, not all apps were created equal. Some apps might come with really tight security and offers up protection like two-factor authentication, while others might simply prefer a more simple and...