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Google Enables Chrome’s Safe Browsing On Android By Default

12/07/2015, One of the features of Google’s Chrome browser on the desktop is its safe browsing feature. If you do use Chrome on your desktop you might be familiar with the feature where if you visit an unsafe website, a huge red warning will appear informing you of...

Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Begins Rolling Out To Nexus Devices

12/07/2015, Emojis are a fun way to spice up a conversation and turn a boring text message into a funny one. However who would have thought we would see the day in which companies like Apple and Google battle it out in terms of how many emojis (and new ones) that...

Adobe Lightroom Mobile Now Free For All Android Users

12/07/2015, Adobe today released Lightroom Mobile for Android 1.4 and this release makes Lightroom Mobile free for any and all Android users, even those that do not have a subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud. This move follows Lightroom 2.0 for iOS which was also...

Android Smartphones Expected To Command 82.6% Of Market By 2019

12/04/2015, The battle between iOS and Android is ongoing and both platforms do command the largest slice of the pie. However it is no secret that thanks to the various Android OEMs, Google’s mobile operating system is actually in the lead. In fact according to the...

Google Now Can Read You Your Last Five Text Messages

12/04/2015, If you’re driving and you’re receiving a bunch of text messages, it is only natural that you’re curious as to what they might be about. However as we all know, driving and texting is a big no-no so what do you do? The good news is that if you’re...

Google Play Now Reportedly Allowing Split Payments

12/03/2015, The thing about buying credit on app stores is that because of the way apps are priced (and priced differently), what happens is that sometimes towards the end of your credit you don’t have enough left to purchase an app. This forces you to have to buy...

Twitch Officially Makes Its Way Onto Android TV

12/03/2015, A couple of weeks ago, Twitch announced that they will be releasing an update that will allow users to watch live video game streams via the Twitch app on the Android TV platform. At that time, only the APK was made available but the good news is that if...

Nexus 6P Review

12/03/2015, The Nexus 6P is one of the most anticipated Android handset of 2015. As the high-end “Google Showcase” handset, it is seen by many as having the most advanced Android software and features, along with high expectations for an excellent quality/price...

Google Releases (And Pulls) Stock Android Phone And Contacts App

12/03/2015, If you love the stock Android experience but you’re a bit bummed that your OEM has decided to opt for a heavily-skinned look, you’re in luck. It seems that Google has recently published the stock Android phone dialer and contacts app onto Google Play,...

Former Microsoft CEO Thinks Windows Phone Needs Android Apps

12/03/2015, If there is a unique feature of the Windows 10 operating system is that it allows developers to create apps for both the desktop and mobile devices. This means that one could technically have access to desktop-class applications on their mobile devices....

Sony Pushing Google To Include Reboot Option In Android

12/02/2015, With Android being one of the most used smartphone platforms out there, sometimes it would make sense for Google to include as many features as possible, thus saving OEMs from having to craft new ones which presumably could also affect the rate at which...

Android’s Andy Rubin Reportedly Interested In The Phone Business

12/02/2015, Android is one of the largest smartphone platforms at the moment and while it might be largely associated with Google, it wasn’t always the case. For those unfamiliar, Android used to be a standalone operating system built by the company of the same...

Chrome For Android’s Data Saver Mode Updated To Be More Efficient

12/01/2015, Considering that the web is much richer these days when it comes to multimedia content compared to back in the day, this also means that the amount of data we consume is significantly more. For those who aren’t on unlimited data plans, this means that...