Apps taking your data to push ads to you is a tale as old as time itself (or at least since the invention of the smartphone). However, with newer and more transparent pro-consumer policies as late, customers are now getting a say in reducing the ads pushed to them on their Android Smartphones. With this […]
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Ads have become a part of our everyday life, and are nearly inescapable. But it doesn’t need to be like this and there are ways to minimize your exposure to them. Today we are looking at solutions you can employ to rid your phone of cumbersome ads, particularly ones that are particularly invasive to your […]
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The Game Dashboard is a unique feature introduced in Android 12 and offers a flurry of features to keep avid mobile gamers well entertained and get more out of their games. However, getting to the feature is rather tricky, and requires some clever maneuvering but once enabled, can be a big help. Setting up Game […]
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WhatsApp Stickers are a fun and unique way of interacting with friends, family, and acquaintances on WhatsApp. They’re perfect for when an emoji is unable to convey what you are feeling or how you are feeling. While there are a sea of apps that can help you make stickers on your phone, there is no […]
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The internet has become a quintessential part of our daily lives, and when we are entertaining visitors at home or in an office, WiFi is the best way to help share the internet. However, if you have a tricky password or don’t want to go through the trouble of manually entering the password for everyone, […]
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2-Factor Authentication (2FA) or also known as multi-factor authentication, is an added layer of security that helps protect your account even if your password is compromised. Where a password acts as the key to the lock under the door handle, 2FA acts as an additional lock you have above handle. It’s an additional layer of […]
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Android phones are capable of installing apps outside of the Google Play Store. These come in the form of Android Package (APK) files that contain an individual app and can be installed on your phone if not available on the Google Play Store. A popular example of this is in the form of Fortnite on […]
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If you have a PlayStation controller that you want to use with your Android device, this guide will walk you through 3 simple steps in doing it!
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It’s nearly D-Day! Christmas is on its way and the last shipping days are past for many retailers. Now you could brave the stores, the queues, the traffic (the parking!) and all the stresses of trying to find something in throngs of other shoppers; or you could sit back, relax, and peruse TalkAndroid’s handy guide […]
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It’s Independence Day weekend and to celebrate we’ve got a whole host of deals and offers lined up for you with big savings to be enjoyed while you kick back with the family at the BBQ. Whether its gift cards, accessories, headphones, increased cashback for selling your tech, smart photo frames, or premium quality backpacks, […]
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Until now, scheduling a tweet to post at a certain time on a certain day was the exclusive purview of third-party Twitter apps such as Buffer, Hootsuite, and Tweetdeck, but the social media company has just announced that you can choose when your tweet posts on Twitter.com using a web browser. Besides being able to […]
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When it comes to words overly used by tech sites to describe the eventual appearance of a long-awaited feature or device, the word ‘finally’ is usually the word that comes to mind. Finally this, finally that. But, in this case, I feel entirely justified in saying that dark mode is finally rolling out to WhatsApp […]
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It’s winding down to the end of the year, and that means many of us are scrambling to finish up buying presents for the holidays. Don’t let it stress you out, though; there’s a lot to figure out, but Talk Android has a pretty comprehensive gift guide covering a ton of potential gift options for […]
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Keeping in touch with friends and loved ones has never been easier thanks to the range of messaging services available today, with WhatsApp proving to be the most common choice the world over. There are some negative aspects to being so easily accessible, though, and whether the messaging app is using too much data or […]
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You could always buy someone in your life headphones, a fitness tracker or a camera as a gift this holiday season. But if you're shopping for the sort of early adopter who likely already has everything, your gifting assignment suddenly got a little m…
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Need to get started on your holiday shopping? Don’t panic, Talk Android is here to help you out. We’ve rounded up our favorite phones, smart home devices, and accessories to give you some ideas of what to get for the holiday season, and we’ve tagged some reviews so you can read up on everything before […]
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If you watched the live stream of the Google launch event on October 9th, you’d have immediately noticed that the Pixel 3 XL does indeed sport a notch on its 6.3-inch OLED display while the 5.5-inch Pixel 3 is entirely notch-free. It’s a trend that we first saw in the Android world with the Essential Phone, although […]
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In the months ahead, Google Maps will be more than just turn-by-turn directions. It’ll be your one-stop virtual guide to the best places to eat and explore, anywhere in the world. Whether you’re meeting up with friends, hosting out-of-towners in your city or simply exploring someplace new, Google Maps will help you make quick decisions […]
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Huawei launched its P20 and P20 Pro flagship smartphones on March 27 at an event in Paris, and despite some differences in hardware, both models sport glass panels front and back with some truly stunning finishes. You only need to take a look at either handset in the Twilight or Pink Gold colors to see that […]
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Know someone that’s still rocking a phone from 2013? Is their Galaxy S3 screen finally going out? Hook them up with a new smartphone. It’s a big present, but if you want to show up Santa Claus at his own game, a nice phone will definitely impress everyone. You’ve got options here, too. You can […]
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Got a new Android Wear smartwatch, but don’t know how to set it up or use it properly? Here’s how to add music, customize the watch face, block unwanted notifications, and carry out a host of other actions.
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Being able to delete and recover photos is important, especially if you’re working with a set amount of storage space. Luckily, it’s not difficult to do, regardless if your phone is running a stock version of Android or a custom interface.
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In a blog post published last week, Google announced that it has begun employing artificial intelligence to put Android apps into categories that, hopefully, make intuitive sense.
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Tech for everyone on your holiday and Christmas lists. Laptops, phones, TVs, home theater, gadgets, and more.
We’ve got everything you need to know to watch college football using your PC, Mac, set-top box, or mobile device. Grab those jerseys and get ready for action, people. It’s game time.
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