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Google Play Music Could Be Getting Voice Control

05/09/2016, We’re sure some Android users might be a little perplexed at how they are able to control Google Play Music with their voice via Google Now, but yet they are unable to do so within the app itself. However it looks like Google could be getting ready to...

Land Rover Announces Plans For Their Own Smartphone

05/08/2016, Think of Android and you might think of brands like LG or Samsung, but it seems that everyone wants a slice of that Android pie because according to a report from Pocket-lint, it seems that the carmaker Land Rover will also be throwing their hat into the...

Best Android Keyboards

05/06/2016, Is the Default Android keyboard getting on your nerves? Are you tired of the laggy input of your Android device? Fret no more because you can replace your slow and old keyboard with a powerful and fabulous keyboard for free. It doesn’t matter what type...

Android N Will Prevent Stagefright From Happening Again

05/05/2016, Last year you guys might have heard of a security vulnerability called Stagefright that seemed to have everyone rushing to patch it. For those unfamiliar, the vulnerability involved hackers being able to remotely gain access to a device simply by sending...

Uncharted Gets Its Own Mobile Spin-Off In Uncharted: Fortune Hunter

05/05/2016, Just like Bethesda’s Fallout series, it was only after many releases on the PC that Bethesda decided to release a mobile spin-off called Fallout Shelter which went on to do very well for itself, and now it looks like Sony is doing the same thing with...

BBM Video Chat Makes Its Way Onto iOS And Android

05/04/2016, Looking to make video chats on your smartphone? There are plenty of apps that can do that, like LINE, Skype, FaceTime, and if the rumors are to be believed, it looks like WhatsApp could soon be gaining video calling features as well. However if you are a...

Opera Mini For Android Now Comes With An Ad Blocker

05/04/2016, One of the things we love about Android is the ability to do all sorts of things we want with the phone, thanks to the bevy of tools and tweaks available for the platform. One of those tools is the ability to block ads, something that Android has been...

Android 6.0 Marshmallow Distribution Rises To 7.5%

05/03/2016, Last month and last we checked, Android 6.0 Marshmallow’s distribution was sitting at 4.6%, but now according to the latest figures offered by Google on the Android Developer Dashboard, it looks like that number has since risen to 7.5%. Granted this is...

This App Lets You Send/Receive iMessage On Android

05/03/2016, One of the reasons why people flocked to BlackBerry back in the day is because of BBM. It was an exclusive messaging platform that many people wanted to be part of back then. Fast forward to today, Apple has their own take on the platform in the form of...

Google Keyboard App Updated With Adjustable Height

05/03/2016, Google’s default keyboard for Android is a pretty decent keyboard, but maybe it lacks certain features and customization options that other developers might offer. However the good news is that if you do prefer using Google’s default keyboard app but...

Apple Music On Android Gains Music Video Playback Support

04/28/2016, While Apple has released apps for other platforms in the past, it’s safe to say that Apple Music is probably the company’s first real effort at trying to reach a non-iOS audience. Unfortunately the launch of the Apple Music app on Android left much to...

Google Play Will Now Tell Users If An App Contains Ads

04/28/2016, There are apps that are free, and sometimes you might be wondering, why would any developer give an app away for free when they can easily charge money for it, especially if it is a very popular and useful app? When it comes to free apps, ads are one way...

Philips Releases Much-Needed Update For Its Hue Smartphone App

04/28/2016, The idea behind the Philips Hue connected bulbs is that you get to control it remotely and program it to do things regular light bulbs couldn’t. To achieve this, Philips obviously had to create an accompanying smartphone app, but unfortunately it seems...