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Sony Launches Xperia Beta Program

02/10/2016, If you own a Sony Xperia handset and you’re wondering when the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update will make its way onto your particular handset, the bad news is that it’s anyone’s guess. However the good news is that it looks like it could...

1Password For Android Gets Material Design And Fingerprint Unlock

02/09/2016, A new major update for 1Password for Android has been released today and it’s available for download immediately from the Google Play Store. It brings an overhauled user interface with Material Design so there’s cleaner and spacious layout,...

Instagram Multi-User Support Finds Its Way Back On Android

02/05/2016, Last November, we reported that multi-user support was discovered in a beta version of Instagram for Android. However for some reason, Instagram quickly pulled the feature, which we can only imagine was because it was not ready yet. The good news is that...

Apple Could Release More Cross-Platform Apps In The Future

02/04/2016, While companies like Google and Microsoft have no problem with releasing apps on other platforms, sometimes even before their own, Apple has so far been pretty closed off and have kept their apps exclusive to the iOS platform. However that could soon...

Apple Music For Android Updated Will SD Card Support

02/03/2016, If you are using Apple Music on your Android device, you will be pleased to learn that in an update to the app, you will have gained a functionality that Apple users do not have, and that is support for SD cards. This means that if you’re the type that...

Google Pulls Samsung-Supported Ad Blocking App

02/03/2016, Over the weekend, Samsung announced that they would be updating its bundled browser with ad blocking support. Note that Samsung won’t actually be blocking ads themselves, but rather they are offering up support for plugins and third-party apps to do it,...

Alto’s Adventure is Finally Making Its Way Onto Android (For Free)

02/03/2016, Alto’s Adventure was a game that was in the works for a while, before it was released on iOS devices last year in February. The good news is that after waiting for a year, Android gamers will finally get a chance to get their hands on the game. This is...

BlackBerry Won’t Make A Windows Phone Device

02/03/2016, BlackBerry held onto its operating system for as long as it could but eventually it had to give up on it in a last ditch effort to survive in the market by finally adopting Android. BlackBerry Priv is the first Android-powered device from this company and...

BlackBerry Has No Plans To Allow Rooting On The PRIV

02/02/2016, Rooting and Android handsets almost seemingly go hand-in-hand. This is usually because there are quite a few number of Android users out there who simply want to be able to have more control over their device and the things they do with it. Unfortunately...

Android Marshmallow Now Powering 1.2% Of Android Devices

02/02/2016, Android 6.0 Marshmallow has technically been released for a while now, and for the most part it seems that many Nexus devices have received the update. However despite that, it seems that even after a few months, the distribution numbers of Marshmallow...

Lonely Planet Releases Free Guides For Mobile

01/29/2016, So you’re thinking about visiting a new country? It can be a scary and overwhelming experience as you might not know where to go or what to do. However the good news is that if you’d rather rely on a curated list of places to see, eat at, and shop at,...

YouTube Adds “Watch Later” Button To Notifications

01/28/2016, Depending on the number of channels you’re subscribed to on YouTube, you might have notifications enabled or disabled to let you know when a new video has been uploaded. It’s a handy tool, but what if you’re busy at the moment and you forget to...

Final Fantasy IX Gameplay Video For Mobile Released

01/28/2016, Earlier this year the folks at Square Enix confirmed that Final Fantasy IX (Final Fantasy 9) will be released on the PC and mobile devices, which to be honest shouldn’t really be that much of a surprise especially when you consider that the company has...