Archive for the ‘Android’ Category

After occasionally teasing us with a photo or two in our News Feed, Facebook has finally released Moments for iOS and Android – a smart photo sharing app that is looking to re-examine how we, as smartphone users, share snaps with our friends.

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Here’s how you can install Windows 7 on your Android powered tablet. Details and video tutorial can be found here.

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Here’s a features comparison between iOS 9 Siri Proactive Assistant vs Android M Google Now on Tap. Which one’s better?

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Giving away free mobile apps is the kind of promotion that every user can sink their teeth into. Everyone loves getting something for free in this world, and the likes of Amazon and Apple seem to have that area covered with their respective free apps promotions that happen on a daily / weekly basis. Both companies have their own reason for serving up that kind of offer to their customers, and now, thanks to a finding on the Play Store, it looks like Google could be following suit by offering a free app promotion on a weekly basis.

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Google today announced YouTube Gaming, a service that will go live later this year allowing gamers to watch and stream content both on mobile and the Web. More details on Big G’s new service can be found right here.

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Here’s iOS 9 vs Android M side-by-side comparison showing visual differences along with new features in Apple’s and Google’s upcoming operating system for phones and tablets.

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Beleaguered BlackBerry has always had an insanely loyal set of fans spread out across the globe. The once booming smartphone maker has managed to attract and keep a bunch of users who still swear by the enterprise features contained within the BlackBerry platform, but that hasn’t stopped the company from falling into an uncontrollable financial free-fall over the last few years. Now, in a move that is likely to have those loyal fans scratching their heads in disbelief, it’s being reported that BlackBerry will start to build Android powered handsets. Yup, that’s right, Android powered smartphones. From BlackBerry.

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Android is undoubtedly an extremely powerful and popular choice when it comes to choosing a mobile platform. Depending on which metric you choose to measure by, it’s also the most popular mobile operating system globally. With that said, some individuals can easily be put off from adopting Android as their platform of choice due to the sheer volume of devices available that run the open-source operating system. If you fall into that category, and find yourself prolonging the decision due to an indecisive nature, then Google’s new phone selector tool could serve up a solution.

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You may remember that back in March, Facebook announced that its Messenger platform would be opened up to afford third-party developers with the ability to build and deploy applications for use within the app. It seems that another milestone has been reached in the maturity of that platform with the availability of Doodle Draw, the first “true game” that has been made available for Messenger.

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Apple showed off many things during its WWDC opening keynote today, but one thing that did not get any stage time was Move to iOS. But there it is, bold as brass sat on the iOS 9 product page on apple.com.

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You know that phrase: “you get what you pay for”? Well, in Sony Xperia M4 Aqua’s case, you don’t. The phone, with its 8GB of onboard storage, gives users access to only about 15-percent of that space, which is shockingly low even for the most ill-advertised 8GB smartphones.

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Google Play APK 5.6.8 Update: You can now download the latest Google Play Store APK 5.6.8 which brings with it a bunch of changes and bug fixes that users have been facing for quite a while. Check the full details below.

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Fitness is currently at the forefront of the minds of even the most ardent geek thanks to the Apple Watch and its fancy colored rings of scorn, but for all its tracking prowess and multi-colored images, the Apple Watch doesn’t keep track of one of life’s most important factors – water.

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If it’s a flagship smartphone, then there’s a good chance that it will get the 24-karat gold treatment down the road. HTC has done just that as the company introduces this crazy shiny slab of a gold laden One M9. How does it look you ask? Well, it’s shiny, so shiny that HTC was caught taking photos of the device using, you guessed it, an iPhone 6.

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Sometimes Samsung really just cannot help itself, because when you think that things may be taking a turn for the better with the company having put out arguably its two best smartphones yet in the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, it still manages to drag itself into the gutter.

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Here’s how to download and install Android M home launcher with app drawer on any Android device right away in a few simple steps.

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Leaked! First photos of 5.5-inch Samsung Galaxy S6 Plus smartphone have been leaked online, and here’s what they look like.

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The 10 hidden secret features of Android M that you likely don’t know about. Google didn’t show these features on stage at their I/O 2015 conference either. Check out our full list.

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LG G4 Video Review

By | June 4th, 2015

This is LG G4 video review, one of the best flagship Android smartphones of the year 2015. Check out our video review, camera samples and more.

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This message bug can crash Skype app for Windows, iOS, Android. Here’s how to fix it right away.

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