Gmail For Android Gets Undo Sent Email Feature

Sometimes in a hurry to send out emails, we accidentally leave out certain details. Or sometimes in a rush we forget to add people to emails, or we send emails to the wrong person, which can sometimes be embarrassing and disastrous. However on desktop, especially if you use Gmail, you can unsend them.


Windows’ Sticky Notes Could Be Making Its Way Onto Mobile As Well

Due to the fact that iOS and macOS are so tightly integrated, those who own a Mac computer and an iOS have no problems syncing their devices together for things like calendars, notes, browsing history, messages, and more. We’re sure that was the intention that Microsoft had with Windows Phone, but we all know how that turned out.


Pokemon GO Blocked From Running On Rooted Android Phones

No one likes cheaters, which is why to help prevent potential cheats, Niantic has recently decided to block the popular Pokemon GO from running on rooted Android phones. How this works is apparently the app will scan your phone’s internal storage system to see if your phone shows signs of having been rooted.


Apple Pulls Thousands Of Gambling Apps From The China App Store

Last month state-run Chinese media publicly accused Apple of not doing enough to filter illegal content, such as allowing gambling apps on the App Store and also not doing enough to prevent spam messages from being sent to users. Given how important the Chinese market is, it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that Apple has worked quickly to deal with the issue.


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Gmail For Android Now Supports Confidential Mode

Do you have emails that contain sensitive information that you don’t want others to see? There are ways to do that, but if you’re an Android user who also uses Gmail, you might be interested in a new feature called Confidential Mode that has recently found its way onto the Android version of the app.


Google’s Play Store Gets Network Download Options

Due to certain apps having huge file sizes, it was understandable that companies such as Apple and Google placed some restrictions on file downloads over cellular networks. This has improved over the years, and now as spotted by Android Police, it seems that Google is giving users more options now.


Wear OS Apps Will Now Be Put Through Mandatory Review Process

In what appears to be a bid to improve the quality of apps available for Wear OS (previously known as Android Wear), Google has announced that all Wear OS apps submitted by developers will now go through a mandatory review processor before they’re listed on the Google Play Store. Google does have an existing review process for Wear OS apps, it has been there since Android Wear 2.0, but it […]


Envision’s App Uses AI To Help The Visually Impaired ‘See’ The World

A lot of us take our sight for granted, something that we’re sure many who lose their sight later in life can attest to. However thanks to technology, the visually impaired no longer have to be “blind”. One such app that is helping people who are visually impaired is Envision. The app relies on AI to help read and analyze its surroundings, and tells the user what it sees.


WhatsApp Android Backup Will No Longer Count Towards Google Drive Storage

WhatsApp for Android backups its data onto Google Drive. If you’re the type that doesn’t keep a lot of media files in WhatsApp, or chooses not to backup media files, chances are your backup data is pretty small. However there are probably many who use the backup to store photos and videos and that can get pretty big.


Researchers Develop An App That Will Save Smartphone Battery Life

We’ve seen how various companies have come up with different methods of saving battery life on smartphones. However this usually comes at the expense of performance and functionality. However it appears that over at the University of Waterloo, researchers have actually managed to create an app that will extend smartphone battery life without an impact on performance.


NVIDIA Testing Shield TV App With Virtual Keyboard And Remote

NVIDIA is seemingly going to make it easier to control your Shield TV with a smartphone. The company has developed a new Shield TV app for smartphones. It means that NVIDIA has finally heard customers who wanted to have a mobile app to control this device even though it ships with a physical remote. The app hasn’t been released as yet but enough evidence has surfaced to reveal that it’s […]


Samsung’s Gear App Is Now Called Galaxy Wearable

Some of you might be aware that Samsung launched a new smartwatch alongside the Galaxy Note 9. The company has decided to make its wearable devices a part of the Galaxy brand. Therefore, the Gear S3’s successor isn’t called the Gear S4, it’s called the Galaxy Watch instead. To that end, Samsung has also updated the Gear companion app for its smartwatches and renamed it to Galaxy Wearable.


Twitter Lite Expanded To 21 Additional Countries

Twitter Lite, the lightweight version of the microblogging network’s app, has only been released in a handful of markets since its launch. The app is very useful in markets where most users don’t have high-end smartphones or where mobile data tends to be too costly. Twitter has confirmed that it’s now expanding Twitter Lite to 21 additional countries.


Apple Reportedly Pushed Developers To Adopt Subscriptions In Apps

For the longest time ever, the most popular way to make money from apps and software in general was to sell it outright. However in recent times we’re starting to see many companies shift towards a subscription-based model, like Adobe and Microsoft. It seems that this is/was an agenda that Apple was pursuing as well, according to a report from Business Insider (paywall; via Cult of Mac).