Android 10 Marks The End Of An Era As Google Ditches The Dessert Names

One of the defining features of Android is Google’s playful take on the naming schemes for the different versions of the software, where with every release, Google chooses to name the update after a dessert in alphabetical order. This year, which is version 10 and is known as Android Q, Google has yet to officially reveal what the update will be called.


NVIDIA’s GeForce Now Cloud Gaming Comes To Android

The problem with gaming is the hardware, in which depending on the type of computer you have, you might not be able to run certain games. This is why many believe that game streaming could be the way of the future, where all the heavy lifting is done in remote servers and all you need is an internet connection to stream it.


Grammarly Keyboard Update Adds Synonyms To Make You Sound Smarter

If you write a lot, then you might be familiar with a piece of software called Grammarly, which is a service that lets you check your grammar as you write. It exists as a browser extension and it also exists as a third-party keyboard app for iOS and Android devices. If you use it as the latter, then a recent update to the app might be worth checking out.


HMD Global Extends Support For Its First-Gen Nokia Smartphones

One of the problems with Android handsets is that because they are made by a variety of manufacturers, things like how long phones are supported for and update schedules are entirely up to the manufacturers to decide, and not Google. The good news is that if you’re the owner of a first-gen Nokia smartphone made by HMD Global, it seems that the company has decided to extend support for those […]


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How To Use Google Maps Offline

Google Maps is one of the more widely-used navigation apps around at the moment. It’s useful when you’re in another country trying to find your way about, and this guide on how to use Google Maps offline will no doubt come in handy if you find yourself without internet.


How To Turn On Smart Downloads For Netflix

If you’d like to take advantage of Netflix’s Smart Downloads feature, check out these steps that will take you through the process.


Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

Ahead of its Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event in New York, Samsung has announced its new flagship Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab S6, the successor of the Galaxy Tab S4. This high-end 10.5-inch tablet aims to complete Samsung’s Android tablet portfolio, that comprises the entry level Tab A 10.1 and the mid-range Tab S5e.Featuring top hardware performance (Snapdragon 855, 6Gb/128GB storage base), a WXQGA Super AMOLED display with in-screen fingerprint sensor, […]


Android Has (Unofficially) Made Its Way Onto the Nintendo Switch

Thanks to the Nintendo Switch’s hardware, it is actually sort of based on NVIDIA’s Tegra SHIELD tablets, which means that it can technically run on Android. This is why it wasn’t surprising to see some modders port Android to the console, and just last week, it was reported that an Android ROM for the Switch is in the works that could also be released soon.


DOOM, DOOM II, DOOM III Launched On Consoles And Mobile

If you’re a fan of classic video games, there is a good chance that you might be familiar with the DOOM franchise. DOOM was one of the few games from back in the day that helped to popularize the FPS genre, in which we might not have games like Battlefield or Call of Duty if DOOM was not as successful as it was.


Nintendo Switch To Get Unofficial Android ROM Soon

The Nintendo Switch shares very similar hardware as devices like the NVIDIA Tegra gaming tablets which run on Android, and as such, it was not a complete surprise to learn that there were some modders who managed to get Android up and running on the console. It seems that development of this mod has come a long way because it is expected that in the next few days, an unofficial […]


Android Q Will Offer Up More Detailed Battery Information On Your Headphones

With more smartphone makers ditching the headphone jack, it means that more users are starting to transition to wireless headphones. While going wireless is no doubt welcome, the downside is that it requires a battery, which means that they need to be constantly charged and where users can run into situations where they’re out of juice.


Google Removes A Bunch Of Apps That Could Be Used For Stalking

In this day and age, being able to look up someone’s information online is pretty easy, especially when in the age of social media, everyone seems to be more than willing to share their personal lives with complete strangers on the internet. This in turn has created a problem in which stalking someone from the comfort of your own home has become a thing.


Huawei Still Unsure If HongMeng Will Replace Android On Its Phones

As many of you might have heard by now, Huawei is expected to develop its own alternative to Google’s Android operating system. This is in response to the US government who had previously put Huawei on its Entity List, ultimately preventing the company from doing business with US companies such as Google.


Microsoft Word For Android Crosses 1 Billion Installs

Microsoft Word is one of the world’s most popular productivity apps so it’s no surprise that the app has proven to be a hit on Google’s mobile OS as well. Latest Google Play Store stats show that the Android version of Microsoft Word has been installed a whopping one billion times. Most of Microsoft’s other Office apps have been doing well too.