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Bug Delays Android Wear 2.0’s Release For Some Devices

03/30/2017, Android Wear was originally planned for a release back in 2016, but it was delayed to 2017. Now so far it seems that Google has pushed out the update for several Android Wear models, but unfortunately if you have yet to get the update for your (eligible)...

Google Publishes Official Android O Walkthrough Video

03/30/2017, A little over a week ago, Google officially announced the next major revision of Android in the form of Android O. The update was also made available as a developer preview, and clearly at this stage the preview is aimed at developers as opposed to...

Android Could Beat iOS In App Store Revenue This Year

03/29/2017, Despite Android clearly being the more dominant smartphone operating system compared to iOS, developers still love developing for iOS simply because it has been found that iOS users are more willing to pay for apps compared to Android users, which in turn...

Facebook Testing Option To Save Videos For Offline Viewing

03/27/2017, It appears that Facebook has started testing some new changes in its Android app on a small scale. A new report reveals that some users are seeing a redesign of the Like, Comment, and Share buttons in the Facebook for Android app. Some are even seeing an...

Nougat Update For T-Mobile’s HTC One M8 Now Available

03/26/2017, Earlier we reported that T-Mobile had pushed out the Android 7.0 Nougat update to the HTC One M9. We suppose that makes sense given that the HTC One M9 isn’t exactly old. However the good news is that if you’re still holding onto your HTC One M8 and...

Google Play Store Now Has A ‘Free App Of The Week’ Section

03/26/2017, Let’s face it, everyone loves a freebie and if you can save yourself a couple of bucks on an app that would normally require you to pay money, why not right? However sometimes these deals aren’t always so obvious in app stores, but Android users need...

Android O Makes Adding Custom Ringtones Easier

03/24/2017, If there is one aspect of Android that is better than iOS, it would be custom ringtones in which while a bit tricky, is still many times easier than creating custom ringtones for iOS devices. We’re not sure if Apple plans on easing this up anytime soon,...

Wells Fargo Will Let Customers Withdraw From ATMs Using Smartphones

03/23/2017, With many things going digital these days, sometimes the need for a physical card like a gift card, membership cards, or even credit cards are no longer necessary. A good example would be mobile payment services like Apple Pay and Samsung Pay which allow...

This E-Paper Calendar Will Sync With Your Smartphone

03/22/2017, With calendars being available on your phones, tablets, computers, and smartwatches, is there really a need for a physical calendar like back in the day? We guess maybe for some people, there might, but what if you could combine the physical and digital...

Super Mario Run Now Available On Android

03/22/2017, It has been several months since Nintendo’s Super Mario Run was released on iOS. We knew that it would eventually find its way onto Android since its exclusivity on iOS was a timed one, and the good news for all you Mario fans out there is that the game...

Google Officially Announces Android O

03/21/2017, If you were hoping that Google would officially announce the next major build of Android at Google I/O in May, you will actually be pleased to learn that Google has actually announced it much earlier. In an announcement on the Android Developer Blog,...

Google Assistant For Tablets Not Coming Soon

03/16/2017, Google introduced Assistant late last year and initially kept it exclusive to its Pixel smartphones. The company later confirmed that it would release Assistant to compatible Android smartphones as well. It released Assistant for devices running Android...

Google Confirms Nexus 6 Android 7.0 Downgrade

03/15/2017, Earlier today we reported that some Nexus 6 owners were reporting that their handsets were getting downgraded from Android 7.1.1 to Android 7.0. At that time Google did not make any kind of comment or offer an explanation as to why this was the case, but...