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Google Assistant Now Available To All Android Devices

02/26/2017, [MWC 2017] When Google launched the Pixel phones, they approached it with an interesting strategy that they have never done on Nexus devices, which is where they made certain features exclusive to the Pixel. One of those coveted features was Google...

LG G6 Review

02/26/2017, The LG G6 is the first handset to use a wider 18:9 (or 2:1) aspect ratio that allows for a larger screen without impacting the general grip of the phone. If the rumors are correct, both Samsung and Apple will introduce a similar screen size later this...

Android Messages Has ‘Replaced’ Google Messenger

02/24/2017, If you are using Android and you send a fair bit of text messages, there’s a good chance that you might have been using Google Messenger. However if you were to fire up your phone and you realize that the Google Messenger app is gone, you can rest...

Microsoft Launches Skype Lite For India

02/22/2017, With places in the world where the internet isn’t as fast or as stable, developers have to start thinking of how to make their apps more accessible. Packing an app full of features is great, but if those features can’t be used due to them being too...

LINE Messenger App Updated With 360-Degree Photos Support

02/22/2017, With social media platforms like Facebook and YouTube, accessing and uploading 360-degree photos or videos isn’t an issue. However what if you want to share those photos and videos with your friends? We guess you’d have to link it to them, but if you...

Android SVP Teases ‘Oreo’ For Next Android Name

02/20/2017, At the moment the current Android name is “Nougat” as Google makes their way through the alphabet, and so far Google has been going with different names of desserts. That being said in 2017 we can expect the next major build of Android, which we can...

Play Store Could Be Getting A ‘Refresh’ Button Soon

02/20/2017, Have you ever checked the Google Play Store for app updates only to find that there isn’t any, despite the fact that you know that there should be one? At the moment the only way to refresh the app store would be to restart it or switching activities,...

What To Expect At MWC 2017

02/17/2017, Earlier last month we attended CES 2017, an event about consumer electronics in general. However if you were less interested in refrigerators, robots for the home, or the latest and most beautiful televisions, and are more interested in the mobile scene,...

Skype Beta For iOS And Android Adds ‘Reactions’

02/16/2017, If you use Skype on your mobile device, you might be interested to learn that Microsoft has announced that the beta version of the app for iOS and Android will be getting some new features. One of those features is what Microsoft is calling...

Samsung Chromebook Pro Review

02/10/2017, Launched at CES 2017 during the Samsung press conference, the Samsung Chromebook Pro is a 12.3” thin & light laptop that introduces two “firsts” to the Chrome OS world: the ability to run Android Apps acquired via the Google Play store, and...

Android 7.0 Nougat Now Installed On 1.2% Of Android Devices

02/09/2017, Last year in December, the Android stats revealed that as far as the latest version of Android was concerned, it was only installed on a measly 0.4% of Android devices. This is despite the fact that Nougat has been made available for a while already, and...

Android Pay For Android Wear Won’t Work With Unlocked Bootloaders

02/08/2017, Last year it was revealed that Android Pay would not work on devices with unlocked bootloaders. It has been speculated that this could be due to security reasons, which makes sense especially when you consider that this is dealing with credit cards and...

How to factory Reset your Phone (Android+iOS)

02/07/2017, When you encounter a serious bug or your device tends to perform slower, you sometimes want to start with a clean slate: a factory reset. In a nutshell, a factory reset reverts the configuration and settings to a completely “brand new”...

How to Update Your Apps (Android+iPhone)

02/07/2017, No matter what device you own, whether it is an Android or an iPhone, you need to keep applications up to date to get the latest and greatest features and bug fixes (including security) as soon as they land. It is really simple to update your apps on...