Android

  • How to Find Wi-Fi Passwords in Android & iOS

    WiFi is indispensable for a smartphone owner as almost every app needs internet to run. Probably that’s why people have such funny WiFi router names to protect it from being misused. However, there’re times when you need to connect a new device to your WiFi network but forget the password, or want to share a […]

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  • How to Keep Android Tablets Safe from Viruses

    Are you wondering how to protect Android tablets from viruses? Android tablets are at risk from viruses and hackers at all times. However, there are many ways to protect best cheap tablets from malware. In this write-up, we have outlined the ways to protect tablets from viruses. The first thing is to keep in mind […]

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  • Get the Firefox Focus Experience Now on Android Smartphones

    Remember Firefox Focus, Mozilla’s privacy-based web browser? Well, it has finally made the jump over to the Android operating system after making its debut on iOS devices. Firefox 54 Could Very Well be Mozilla’s Best Browser Firefox 54 Could Very Well be Mozilla’s Best Browser There was a time when Mozilla’s Firefox browser was the […]

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  • Choosing Between Free and Paid Antivirus App for Android

    Years back, people used to have intense discussions on whether Android devices need antivirus apps or not. In fact, most people thought that, because Android was based on Linux, there is no need to worry about any threats. After all these years, however, we have come to a conclusion — especially in the lights of […]

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  • Android Exploit “Cloak & Dagger” Can Steal Your Password & More

    Android users may want to keep a close eye on the apps they download onto their devices as researchers have discovered a series of vulnerabilities in the operating system that relies on two particular Android permissions to work. Dubbed Cloak Dagger by the research team that discovered the vulnerability, the attack relies on abusing the […]

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  • All About Android AsyncTasks

    Ben Deitchwrites on May 24, 2017 Let’s say you need to download a few images when you click a button. What would be the best way to do it? Well, since you wouldn’t want to interrupt the main/UI thread (and run the risk of showing your users an ANR dialog), you’d start by doing the […]

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  • Gmail for Android to Get Anti-Phishing Check

    Shortly after being hit by a surprisingly well made phishing attack, Google has begun rolling out some new security measures specifically for Gmail for Android that would give users a heads up on potential phishing attacks. This Gmail Phishing Attack Looks Extremely Real This Gmail Phishing Attack Looks Extremely Real Phishers are getting extra creative […]

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  • What’s New in Android O in a Nutshell

    Android O, Google’s next iteration of the Android operating system, is finally available in Developer Preview form. As with all new iterations of Android, Android O will bring with it a whole bunch of new features for the operating system. For those of you who are reluctant or unable to install the Android O onto […]

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  • Pick Your Ideal Android Look With Android Taste Test

    Google’s Android platform has a rather large collection of customisable home screens, skins, themes, icon packs and more. Unfortunately, sorting through all the available content to find that one that works well for you can be daunting. Thankfully, Google has introduced something called the “Android Taste Test“ that will assist you in your attempts to […]

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  • Search Google Drive Files Directly From Google App [Android]

    Going through your Google Drive folder to find that one specific file will no longer be as big of a pain as it currently is for Android device owners. Why you may ask? Because Google is rolling out an update to the Android Google app that will let you search for Google Drive files directly […]

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  • How to Install (and Run) Android on PC

    Do you wish to run Android on your PC? Though people love using Android yet they can’t experience it on their PCs because this operating system is not built for that. Fortunately, there’s an innovative product known as Remix OS for PC that lets people run Android on PCs. 10 Apps To Connect Your Computer […]

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  • 10 Android Apps to Help You Take Better Selfies

    If you can’t stop taking selfies and own an Android device, then selfie apps can help you have fun and take newsworthy selfies just with your phone. Selfie apps offer lots of photo editing and photo enhancement features for selfie addicts, getting you the best fun selfies for sharing with your friends on social platforms. […]

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  • You Can Pin Websites to Your Android App Drawer Soon

    Back in 2015, Google introduced a feature to Chrome for Android that allows users to pin website shortcuts to their Home screen. In 2017, Google is going one step further as an upcoming update for the beta version of Chrome for Android will allow users to pin websites to Android’s app drawer as well. How […]

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  • Beta Build of Android 7.1.2 Nougat is Now Available

    Pixel and Nexus device owners rejoice as the beta build of Android 7.1.2 Nougat is now available to anyone who has enrolled in the Android Beta Program. How to Install and Run Android OS on Windows How to Install and Run Android OS on Windows Do you want to try Android on your Windows device, […]

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  • Google App for Android Now Comes With an Offline Mode

    If you’re a frequent user of the Google app on your Android device, you may be interested to know that Google is currently rolling out an update. Said update contains an offline mode that would allow the app to work even when your connection to the internet is spotty. Google Settings App – 10 Features […]

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  • Bringing Your App’s Data To Every User’s Wrist With Android Wear

    Bringing Your App’s Data To Every User’s Wrist With Android Wear By Daniele Bonaldo January 9th, 2017 AndroidApps 0 Comments The most popular mobile operating system is known to be Android1. One of the main reasons for its popularity is its ability to run on a huge number of devices, not only on phones and […]

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  • Best Dictionary Apps For Android To Improve Your Vocabulary

    “As vocabulary is reduced, so are the number of feelings you can express, the number of events you can describe, the number of the things you can identify! Not only understanding is limited, but also experience. Man grows by language. Whenever he limits language he retrogresses!” This famous proverb by Sheri S. Tepper is ultimately […]

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  • Gboard will be making its way to Android soon

    Six months ago Google launched the Gboard, a keyboard that comes with Google Search Bar, on iOS. Leaving Android users out in the cold. This will no longer be the case as Google is incorporating Gboard for Android devices soon. 10 Alternative Android Keyboard Apps 10 Alternative Android Keyboard Apps For most users, their device’s […]

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  • Chrome for Android now lets you download and view websites offline

    Google releases version 55 of Chrome for Android today where its feature has long been requested by user base – The selection to download media and web pages for offline viewing. 15 Tips Tricks to Make the Most of Android 7 Nougat 15 Tips Tricks to Make the Most of Android 7 Nougat Android 7.0 […]

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  • What’s new in Android Nougat 7.1.1

    Pixel and Nexus users take note, Google has released the Android Nougat 7.1.1 update. Comes with it are new emojis as well as two new quality-of-life improvements. 15 Tips Tricks to Make the Most of Android 7 Nougat 15 Tips Tricks to Make the Most of Android 7 Nougat Android 7.0 (codenamed Nougat), officially released […]

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