Galaxy S20 owners in South Korea woke up to a tasty treat this morning in the form of the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta program that has just gone live in the region. After a closed beta aimed at helping developers prepare their apps for the new version of Samsung’s One UI, the public […]
Come comment on this article: [Updated: Now rolling out in the US] Samsung’s Android 11-based One UI 3.0 public beta for the Galaxy S20 Series is live
Just because Google released a Nest WiFi router last year doesn’t mean it’s retiring the one it launched back in 2016. In fact, the tech giant has given the original Google WiFi router a refresh and a new price point for those looking to boost their…
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With more and more flagship smartphones and tablets supporting HDR 10 and higher, the list of smart devices that can stream Netflix in HDR isn’t as vast as you might think. Your device may have a display with QHD or even 4K resolution, but if Netflix hasn’t certified it as compatible with HDR streaming, you […]
Come comment on this article: [Updated 26/08/20] These Android phones and tablets can stream HDR content on Netflix
In-display fingerprint sensors are so yesterday’s news, am I right? Everyone that is tired of pop-up cameras, notches, and punch-holes just want to know one thing – when will we see the first under-display selfie camera? The answer to that is possibly sooner-than-we-thought because ZTE has announced that it will launch the Axon 20 5G […]
Come comment on this article: [Updated with images] ZTE’s Axon 20 5G set to launch on September 1st with the world’s first under-display selfie camera
Energy Ring has been updated with support for two of the latest Android smartphones, the Google Pixel 4a and the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra, amongst other devices. As a recap, Energy Ring is an Android customization application that makes use of the ring around the punch hole camerato highlight the battery status. This subtle tweak […]
Come comment on this article: Energy Ring has been updated with support for the Google Pixel 4a and Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra
After a rocky beginning, Google’s Stadia gaming platform is coming along nicely with support for more devices with each passing month. Just as important as the hardware, though, are the games that are the new titles that get added every month. Keeping track of the list of gaming titles can be a chore, which is […]
Come comment on this article: [Updated] Every single game on Google Stadia (up to August 14th)
Dropbox has announced a pretty substantial upgrade to its services and apps on mobile. This comes at a time when cloud storage is hyper competitive and Dropbox has backed off of being the most competitive option on the market, despite its early entry into the space. But if you’re looking for the most fully featured […]
Come comment on this article: Dropbox gets updated with new features and a password manager: here’s what changed
Microsoft Launcher has been updated to version 6.0, which the company says has been built on a new codebase, allowing the developers to include more new features than ever plus reduced memory use, quicker launch times, and lower battery use. The Microsoft Launcher for Android was designed to make it easier to move from working […]
Come comment on this article: Microsoft Launcher updated to v6 complete with reduced memory use, quicker launch times, and more
OnePlus has dropped an update for the OnePlus launcher on your smartphone that adds a few useful little tweaks to navigation and search. I’ve already seen it on my OnePlus 8, and it’s a pretty nice upgrade. OnePlus Launcher v 4.4 So what’s new? Once you grab the update from the Play Store, you’ll notice […]
Come comment on this article: OnePlus Launcher updated to version 4.4 with better app switching and quick search gestures
We’ve all experienced the frustration of mashing the ‘Check for Updates’ button in Settings to be given the infuriating reply of ‘Up-to-date’ when we know perfectly well that other users have just been upgraded to version gazillion of the Android OS. Taking the guesswork and FOMO factor out of the equation is OPPO with its […]
Come comment on this article: This is when your OPPO smartphone will be updated to ColorOS 7/Android 10
Samsung has rolled up the Android 10 update to its Galaxy Tab S6, bringing one of the nicest Android tablets on the market up to the latest version of Google’s mobile OS. This update also upgrades the Galaxy Tab S6 to One UI 2.1 and everything that entails. Galaxy Tab S6 updated to Android 10 […]
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While we wait for Samsung to announce its Galaxy Z Flip clamshell on February 11th, Motorola has already begun shipping its own foldable smartphone, the Moto Razr. We’ve already seen early reports of noisy hinges and of dirt getting under the display of the handset, so the question has to be asked as to just […]
Come comment on this article: [Updated: It isn’t] Is the Moto Razr robust enough to survive 100,000 folds?
One of the things you may have noticed with the Pixel 4 and 4 XL is that Google has courageously omitted the fingerprint sensor from the handsets and gone all-in on Touch ID face unlock. This means that instead of just being used to log in on your phones’ lock screen, you’ll be able to […]
Come comment on this article: The Pixel 4’s face unlock feature is supported by these apps so far (Continuously updated)
Google finally pulled the back the curtains on Stadia, the hyped up game streaming service that everyone’s been wondering about for a few weeks. Not only that, but they’ve given us a solid release date, and a “founder” pre-order package that comes with an exclusive controller and Chromecast Ultra. Let’s see what it’s all about. […]
Come comment on this article: Here’s everything you need to know about Google Stadia (Updated)
Apple's FaceTime might make it a little too convenient to drop in on a friend. Reports have emerged of a bug that lets you listen to the other side's audio before a call has even started. All you have to do is start a FaceTime call, add a person, and…
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The Epic Games Store wasn't all that refund-friendly on launch. You could only ask for two refunds in an entire year (albeit after unlimited hours of play), and you had to submit details like your IP address in a support ticket to have a hope of gett…
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A couple of days after Google launched the new Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel Slate, and the new Home Hub; the search giant has begun rolling out an update to its Home app that brings a new design and a focus on smart controls for smart home devices. Join us after the break for more […]
Come comment on this article: [Download] Updated Home app gets a redesign, smart controls, and household sharing
Google has been slowly but surely making some changes to their Material Design specifications and guidelines for several months now. Unofficially dubbed Material Design 2, the updates are the first major ones since 2014 when Google initially launched Material Design. Besides bringing a fresh look to interfaces, the overhaul appears to be focused on improving […]
Come comment on this article: Demo video shows off some updated Google Material Design changes
Google’s own lightweight file manager, Files Go, has received yet another update. There aren’t many new features to talk about this time, but Google has tweaked the interface to make your file management a little more fluid. The biggest and most logical change in the interface is the switch to a standard hamburger menu on […]
Come comment on this article: Google’s Files Go app updated with interface tweaks
If you’re still using a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge on Verizon, you might have noticed that you were notified about an update to Android 8.0 Oreo this weekend. You might have also noticed that, despite that notification and the changelog with it, you didn’t actually get the Oreo update. What happened? Well, it […]
Come comment on this article: Verizon updated the Galaxy S7 to Android 8.0 Oreo this weekend, except they didn’t
It's CEATEC, so I knew OMRON would once again bring out its massive table tennis robot to belittle us humans, but what I didn't expect was a significant performance jump this time. FORPHEUS, now at its fourth generation, features improved AI to boost…
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Google’s fancy Gboard keyboard has been updated with some new tricks that should help you type faster and spend less time digging through your emoji drawer. Yep, this update is very focused on helping you find emojis quicker. Instead of looking through all of your emojis, you can now simply draw the emoji you want […]
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ZTE is next up to bat to bring Nougat to some of its devices, and first on the list is the Axon 7. ZTE is touting this as the most affordable Daydream compatible phone in the US right now, which is a selling point all on its own, but there’s plenty of other stuff to look […]
Come comment on this article: ZTE Axon 7 gets updated to Android 7.0 Nougat
Huawei has taken the wraps off of a new version of the P8 Lite that features a sleek new design and some serious upgrades under the hood, including a new Kirin 655 chip and Android 7.0 Nougat.
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Updated for the 2016-2017 season, the Ski Utah app is compatible with Snocru to keep track of the amount of vert and fresh powder you ski this season, as well as the number of total runs, best speed, and more.
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Google may be having a hard time getting enough users to switch over from their messaging app of choice, but that isn’t stopping the Mountain View company from continuing to add new features to its Google Assistant-powered chat app Allo. Today, they are announcing an update to Allo that brings in contextual emoji and sticker suggestions, a […]
Come comment on this article: Google Allo updated with Smart Smiley emoji suggestions and chat themes
The OnePlus 3 isn’t an old phone, but rumors are spreading OnePlus may be planning to update the phone with a new processor, and a different screen. Here’s what we think we know about the OnePlus 3S.
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According to a recent report from Apteligent, Google Nexus devices have the best overall user experience when it comes to Android phones. In second place is Motorola, though some suggest this could change under Lenovo’s guidance.
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Pokémon Go just got a huge update on Android and iOS, its largest to date, in fact, and not everyone is agreed on how to feel about the changes. Most of the controversy revolves around the elimination of the distance calculator.
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Need a little extra help getting into shape? Your Android is pocket-sized workout companion that’ll help you track your fitness and improve your health.
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LG has revealed even more of its CES lineup by announcing it will be showing an update to its Tone Infinim audio headset, the HBS-910, at this year’s show. Unlike most wireless in-ears, these use an around-the-neck base unit that allows for much more battery life.
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New photos posted on Reddit Thursday revealed what appear to be the consumer versions of the HTC Vive headset and controllers. The leak comes just ahead of CES 2016, where HTC may unveil new details about the device.
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The incredibly popular photo sharing service Imgur has today started rolling out a brand new update for its official Android application via the Play Store. The upgrade makes it easier than ever to scroll through an endless sea of content on tablets without having to return to the main screen. It also focuses on GIF playback; making it significantly smoother and faster on mobile devices.
To install the update on your Android-powered smartphone or tablet, simply open up the Play Store, toggle the hamburger menu by swiping in from the left-hand side of the screen, select ‘My Apps’ and click on Imgur, then tap the update button. Alternatively, you can hit the link below to initiate the download on your smartphone from the Web.
Come comment on this article: Imgur updated with support for Android tablets
Earlier today, mobile messaging platform Viber took delivery of a rather nifty update via the Play Store. In terms of added functionality, the upgrade carries the facility for user to like individual messages, join public group chats and send text up to 7,000 characters long.
The full changelog can be seen below:
To install the update, simply open up the Play Store, toggle the hamburger menu by swiping in from the left-hand side of the screen, select ‘My Apps’ and click on ‘Viber, then hit the update button.
Come comment on this article: Viber for Android updated with public group chats, 7,000 character limit & more!