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Square Enix Discounts Their Mobile Titles Until January 5, 2017

12/22/2016, Square Enix’s mobile titles have a reputation for being rather pricey, and according to the company, this is because their mobile titles are essentially ports of the actual game. This means that you’re getting a console/PC-quality game on your phone,...

Google Looking Into Pixel’s Double-Tap To Wake Issue

12/21/2016, One of the new features that Google introduced to their Pixel handsets in Android 7.1.1 Nougat is the double-tap to wake function. This isn’t necessarily a new function, but it is new for Pixel phones. Basically in addition to lifting the handset to...

Facebook Introduces Instant Verification For Android

12/21/2016, Sometimes when you try to sign into a third-party website or service using your Facebook credentials, you will be sent a one-time password to confirm that the Facebook account belongs to you. It makes sense and it is also good security, although the only...

Facebook For Android Lets Users Add Color To Posts

12/19/2016, Facebook’s posts have evolved over the years where you can attach all sorts of things to it. However if there was one thing that it never had was formatting, which means that beyond posting text, you couldn’t change the font size, color, font type,...

Capcom To Release Mega Man 1-6 On Mobile January, 2017

12/19/2016, If you grew up playing classics like Capcom’s Mega Man franchise, you’ll be pleased to learn that come early January 2017, Capcom has announced that they will be releasing Mega Man 1-6 on mobile for both iOS and Android devices. Each game will be...

Google Keep For Chrome Gets Android’s Doodling Feature

12/19/2016, Just like Apple’s Notes app on iOS, Google Keep has similarly evolved over the years. It started out as a simple note-taking app, but like we said, it evolved and gained more editing skills where there is advanced search, bookmarking, OCR images, and...

Google Search App Testing ‘Recent’ Tab & Offline Search Mode

12/18/2016, Google’s search engine is what helped propel the company into the tech giant that they are today, and search is still one of the core businesses at the company despite them branching out into IoT, self-driving cars, robotics, and more. For the most part...

Fake Super Mario Runs Spotted On Google Play

12/16/2016, Yesterday Nintendo’s Super Mario Run was released for iOS. In case you’re hearing about this for the first time, the app will be exclusive for iOS devices until 2017 where it will eventually be released for Android. This means that until then, Super...

Google Makes Gboard For Android Official

12/16/2016, About a week ago, Google began to roll out an update for its Google Keyboard on Android in which it basically transformed the app into Gboard. However we guess some are wondering if this is the real deal, or if it’s merely an update that changes the way...

Huawei’s Honor Magic Wants To Make Smartphones ‘Smarter’

12/16/2016, Most smartphones these days are pretty standard in terms of what they can do. Some companies tried to differentiate themselves by introducing modular features, while others try to sell their phones based on its camera’s capabilities. Now it seems that...

Google Is Making It Easier For iPhone Users To Switch To Android

12/14/2016, The war between iOS and Android is still going strong and it doesn’t look like it will be dying down anytime soon. Both Apple and Google have made jabs at each other, and have also released tools to help users from the other side switch over if they...

Facebook Events App Finally Arrives On Android

12/13/2016, Back in October, Facebook launched a dedicated app for Events. However the app was only for iOS devices at that time, so those on Android were missing out on it. The good news for Android users is that the wait is over as Facebook has officially (and...

Android And Chrome OS Merger Off The Table

12/13/2016, There has been a lot of talk over the past few months that Google is considering merging Android and Chrome OS. The company itself hasn’t said anything to suggest that both operating systems will be merged completely even if they now get along...

Google Assistant On The Pixel Can Control The Nest Thermostat

12/13/2016, Google Assistant is Google’s new voice assistant platform that has found its way into the Pixel handsets as well as Google Home. However for some reason, Google Assistant was never able to control the Nest Thermostat via the Pixel phones, even though it...