Google’s App Defense Alliance Wants To Stop Bad Android Apps From Reaching Your Phone

While the Google Play Store has systems in place to try and prevent malware and bad apps from getting listed and downloaded by users, unfortunately, it’s not the perfect system and from time to time, we do come across reports that bad apps find their way into the Play Store where it ends up being downloaded by users.


Samsung Galaxy Fold Review: 28 Days Later Editor's Pick

The Galaxy Fold is now available in the U.S, shortly after selling out in Korea during its initial debut.It brings a new smartphone experience centered on what Samsung calls “a new dawn in display technology.” The company pitches the Fold as being “phone and tablet” in one device.


Newly Discovered Android Malware Can Survive A Factory Reset

Malware on our smartphones isn’t new, and while there are ways to remove them, in some instances where it is particularly severe, the only way to deal with malware would be to factory reset your phone back to the way it was when it was new. Unfortunately, it seems that there is a new Android malware making its rounds that makes it impossible to remove, even with a factory reset.


Ai.type Keyboard App For Android Makes Unauthorized Purchases

Ai.type was a pretty popular 3rd party keyboard app for Android available on the Play Store. However, it was removed from the Play Store after security reports of displaying invisible advertisements and requiring unnecessary permissions.It is worth noting that it was an app on the Android marketplace with more than 40 million downloads. It wasn’t so popular at the App Store, but it was also available for iOS devices.Now, the […]


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Waze’s Carpool Gets Added To Moovit’s Public Transit App

If you do not have the luxury of owning a car, then public transportation is the next best thing. However, public transport can get a bit complicated because to get to certain places, you might need to take the bus and then the train, or vice versa. This means that you definitely need to plan your trip before leaving.


Google Adds 6 New Digital Wellbeing Apps for Android

With the recent Android releases, Google has been focusing on the ‘Digital Wellbeing’ feature to help you have a healthy lifestyle (rather than just looking at the smartphone all day).The features offered currently are quite helpful to reduce or control the screen time. You can put timers on every application and put a limit on its usage.However, to take the initiative up a notch, Google has announced about the digital […]


Latest Google Maps Update Isn’t Sitting Well With Law Enforcement

Many of us are probably familiar with Google Maps, but in case you did not know, Google also owns Waze, another navigation app that more or less does the same thing. However, one of the main differences between both apps is that with Waze, it comes with crowd-sourced information, where users can report accidents, traffic jams, and even police checkpoints.


Banking Apps Start To Blacklist Samsung Galaxy S10 Following Fingerprint Flaw

As you might have heard, Samsung’s newer smartphones that use an in-display fingerprint sensor, have a vulnerability where it seems that using a cheap $3 screen protector is enough to fool it into unlocking for anyone. This has led to security concerns and as such, several banking institutions have started to blacklist the phone for the time-being from using their apps.


What’s New In Samsung One UI for Android 10 (Beta)?

Recently, Samsung announced the One UI beta program for the Galaxy S10 series in the U.S. Even though only selected customers will be able to get their hands-on, it will be a major ‘One UI’ update on top of the new Android 10.


‘Snaptube’ Caught Serving Invisible Ads & Making Unauthorized Purchases

While there are malicious apps on the Play Store, you should stay away from sideloading apps from 3rd party sources by downloading the APK files.Of course, you must be knowing about the risks when you install an app from an unknown source.However, there are certain popular apps which people still rely on (even if they are not available on the Play Store). One of the examples for that is – […]


League Of Legends Will Be Coming To Mobile Devices

With how many of us own smartphones, it would be silly for developers to ignore the mobile gaming market. This is why we’re starting to see a rise in video games that were traditionally for PC or console being released on mobile as well. We’ve also started to see developers create games simultaneously for both mobile and PC and/or console.


Google Will Require Android Phones To Come With Digital Wellbeing And Parental Controls

In recent times, we have started to notice a growing concern about people, especially kids, spending way too much time on their smartphones. This has resulted in companies like Apple and Google introduce tools that allow users to manage their time on their phones, and also more robust parental controls.


Call Of Duty: Mobile Hits 100 Million Downloads In The First Week

The Call of Duty franchise is a pretty big one and when the game launched on mobile, it wasn’t a complete surprise to learn that it did as well as it did. Previously, we had heard that the game had managed to rack up as much as $2 million in revenue in the first couple of days of it being launched.


How To Stop Facebook From Tracking Your Location In The Background

If you’re not comfortable with Facebook knowing your location even when the app is closed, here’s how you can turn off background location tracking for that added bit of privacy.