Spotify For Android Now Has A Sleep Timer

If you’re the type of person who loves falling asleep to music, you might be interested to learn that after years, Spotify for Android has finally been updated where it now comes with a built-in sleep timer. This feature is pretty straightforward as its name suggests, where Android users can now set a sleep timer which will stop the music playback once the timer is up.


WhatsApp Confirms That Ads Will Start To Show Up In 2020

Despite WhatsApp having been around for years and with Facebook paying a whopping $16 billion to acquire them, the company has yet to figure out how exactly monetize the app. Previously, WhatsApp could be bought as a one-off purchase, and later it was suggested that this could be an annual subscription, but ultimately the app ended up being completely free.


Razer Confirms That Ouya Will Be Shutting Down For Good June 25

Years ago, companies were still exploring the possibility of using Android beyond mobile devices. Ouya was such a company where the company launched an Android gaming console where it quickly became a crowdfunding darling. However, things turned sour fast due to the delays, which ultimately resulted in Ouya being bought over by Razer.


Tor Browser Launched For Android, Brings Private Internet Browsing

Browsers like Google’s Chrome have a feature called Incognito Mode which is meant to help keep your browsing sessions private. However, sometimes that doesn’t always work as intended and that there is still some work to be done to ensure a truly private browsing session. However, if you don’t mind using an alternative browser, then you might be interested to learn that the Tor Browser has officially launched for Android.


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Valve Brings Its Steam Chat App To Mobile Devices

It goes without saying that Steam is one of the more widely-used game distribution platforms at the moment, and as such, there are many users who rely on its service to not only play games, but to keep in touch with their friends as well. For those who want to stay in touch with their Steam friends on the go, you’re in luck.


Huawei Could Launch Its Android Alternative By The Fall

It has often been reported that Huawei is developing its own operating system as an alternative to Android should its license for Google’s operating system ever be revoked. Due to the recent trade restrictions imposed by the United States on China, Google did suspend Huawei’s Android support and so there’s more talk now of the company’s Android alternative.


Adobe Premiere Rush For Android Is Finally Out

Adobe Premiere Rush is essentially a trimmed version of its Premiere Pro and Audition tools that are meant for serious video editors. The company first released the Premiere Rush app for iOS, Windows, and Mac late last year. It said at that time that the app will eventually be released for Android. Adobe Premiere Rush for Android is finally rolling out today.


Huawei Officially Responds To Android Ban

Earlier, it was reported that following the US government’s decision to blacklist Huawei from doing business with US companies, Google confirmed that due to this decision, they would be suspending their business dealings with the company. This was a huge deal as it effectively cut off future Huawei devices from access to Google’s services and also Android.


Say Goodbye To Custom Google Pixel Phone Cases

For the most part, smartphone makers usually offer their customers official cases to use with their smartphones. Google had done something similar with their Nexus and Pixel handsets through the “My Case” program that lets users create custom smartphone cases for their devices.


Google Suspends Business With Huawei Following US Government’s Blacklisting

Huawei is in all sorts of trouble. According to a report from Reuters, it seems that Google has suspended their business dealings with the company following the US government officially blacklisting Huawei. What this means is that Huawei will no longer have access to US businesses such as Google, which also includes access to Android.


You Can Download The Official OnePlus 7 Pro Wallpapers

Yesterday OnePlus officially launched the OnePlus 7 Pro, the higher-end smartphone out of the two models that were announced. It comes with pretty impressive hardware like the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, a 90Hz display, and a triple camera setup, just to name a few. It was also shown off sporting some stunning wallpapers.


Android Q Might Be Able To Detect When You’re In A Car Crash

For Pixel smartphone owners in the future, the next time you’re driving and you get into a car crash, there is a good chance that your Pixel smartphone might be able to tell that you are in an accident and potentially call for help on your behalf. This is according to a recent discovery by XDA Developers who found hints of the feature in the latest beta for Android Q.


Google Has Finally Acknowledged Fuchsia OS, Claims It’s An Experiment

We have been hearing that Google is working on a new operating system called Fuchsia OS. Not much is known about the operating system, but the various reports have claimed that it could be how Google finally merges its Chrome OS and Android operating systems together, but to date the company has yet to officially comment, at least until now.


Google Play Store Now Suggesting Users To Uninstall Unused Apps

We all have a ton of apps on our phone, some more than others. However, like most people, there is a chance that at the end of the day, there are only a handful of apps that we might use on a day-to-day basis, while there might be others that we use once in a while. This means that there are a lot of apps sitting our devices that are […]