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Chrome For Android Finally Gets Ability To Pause Downloads

03/14/2016, If you never really felt the need for this feature or never really gave it any thought, you might be surprised to find out that up till now it has been impossible to pause and resume downloads on Chrome for Android. This functionality is already available...

Google Reassures OTA Updates For Android N Even If Flashed Manually

03/14/2016, Last week Google released the developer preview for Android N. Some of you guys might have been pretty excited about it and might have gone and downloaded the system image to flash the OS onto your phone manually. Now if you’re regretting that decision...

Enable Adoptable Storage On The Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge

03/11/2016, Last month the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge handsets were announced, and one of the features that users were probably pretty pleased about was the return of the microSD card slot, a feature missing from the Galaxy S6. However the bad news was that while...

Android N Lets You Drag And Drop Text Between Apps

03/11/2016, As some of you guys might have already heard, the developer preview of Android N has been released. Now when it comes to copying and pasting on smartphones, it isn’t as easy compared to using a computer, but it seems that Android N is hoping to solve...

AT&T Could Release Marshmallow For Galaxy Note 5 Today

03/11/2016, If you own the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on AT&T’s network and you’re wondering when you will be able to get your hands on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update, you might be interested to learn that the release of the update could be as soon as today....

Android N For The Nexus 5 Is Still A Possibility

03/10/2016, When Google released the developer preview of Android N, the handsets and devices with the software included the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, the Pixel C, and the Android One handset. Missing from that list is the Nexus 5 which was...

Waze 4.0 For Android Launched

03/10/2016, Every single app will need an update from time to time in order to improve, that is for sure, otherwise it will simply stagnate and enter into app oblivion as the world moves on to the next big thing. Google-owned Waze is an app that has greatly helped...

Android N Comes With Data Saving Features

03/10/2016, Having apps run and update themselves in the background is great if you wish to be more efficient and launch apps that won’t need refreshing. However at the same time, these actions can be rather draining not just on your battery, but also on your data...

Google Hangouts Updated With Android N Support

03/10/2016, It was just yesterday that Google released the developer preview of Android N, and while it might be a while before the update is released in its final form to the public, it seems that Google has wasted no time in updating some of its apps with support...

Sprint Rolls Out Android 6.0 For Galaxy S6

03/10/2016, If you are using the Samsung Galaxy S6 on Sprint’s network, you’re in for some good news because according to reports, it looks like Sprint has finally decided to roll out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the handset. The update rolled out...

Android N’s Easter Egg Has Been Discovered

03/10/2016, Google surprised everyone yesterday by releasing the developer preview of Android N. Typically Google makes these announcements at Google I/O, followed by a developer preview shortly after, but we guess this year Google is trying to switch things up. That...

Android N Lets Users Save Their Emergency Info For First Responders

03/09/2016, As you might have heard, earlier today Google surprised everyone with the release of the developer preview of Android N, the next major build of Android. The platform will no doubt come with a host of new features and improvements that will make your...

Google Launches Android Beta Program

03/09/2016, Are you interested in participating in Android betas? If you are the type that’s curious and can’t wait for the final release, then a beta program might be of interest to you, and the good news is that it looks like Google’s Android Beta program...