Popular Hotspot Finder App Exposed Millions Of WiFi Passwords

If you’re on the go and you’d prefer connecting to a WiFi network instead of relying on cellular connection, there are apps out there that help you locate a WiFi hotspot. In fact, some of them are particularly popular, but unfortunately, a report from TechCrunch has revealed that one particularly popular hotspot finder app has exposed millions of WiFi passwords.


Google Is Testing A Swipe Back Gesture In Android Q

As we’re starting to see more handset makers opt for the full-screen design, it also means that Android needs to start adapting where instead of relying on on-screen/soft keys, gestures will probably be a better idea. We’ve seen Google adopt some gestures with the Pixel 3 smartphones, but now it looks like they might be expanding on that.


Google Starts Updating Its Apps To Support Foldable Displays

The last time we saw Google update Android with support for the notch, we saw the Pixel 3 XL launch with a notch. Now it looks like Google could potentially be looking to try their hand at foldable smartphones. This is thanks to Google recently rolling out support for Android Foldables on its Google Photos app.


How to Get a Refund From the Google Play Store

In real life when we purchase something that didn’t live up to our expectations or it turned out to be something we don’t need, usually we are able to return it to the store and get a refund. The same applies to downloaded apps, music, movies, and ebooks from Google Play, and here’s how you go about getting a refund for them.


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Microsoft Launches Free-To-Play Forza Street For iOS And Android

Console makers typically create games that are exclusive to their platforms. This is done so that it will entice gamers to choose their platform when trying to decide between consoles. For example, Sony has God of War, Nintendo has The Legend of Zelda, and Microsoft has its Forza racing franchise.


Skype For iOS And Android Now Offer Screen Sharing

Skype is introducing a new feature to its mobile apps in beta which many users might find to be quite useful. It has added screen sharing to both the iOS and Android apps. The feature isn’t as significant as some of the other features that Skype has introduced recently, such as background blur in video calls, but it’s quite meaningful nonetheless.


Huawei P30 Pro Zoom Test & Details Editor's Pick

The Huawei P30 Pro introduces the first commercially available 135mm Periscope telephoto lens, a record-breaking mobile focal length, when compared to the previous champions: the Huawei P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro phones (80mm). This article has a lot of details and explanations now included in the Huawei P30 Pro Camera Review (too much content).


The Elder Scrolls: Blades Early Access Now Open To More Gamers

The other day it was reported that early access had been launched for Bethesda’s upcoming The Elder Scrolls: Blades mobile game. If you did not get in on the early access, then you might be interested to learn that Bethesda has since announced that they will be opening up the game to all gamers.


Android Q Will Be Adding Support For 3D Touch-Like Gesture

When Apple first launched 3D Touch, it was rumored that Android handset makers could be looking to follow suit with 3D Touch like features of their own. However, it seems that 3D Touch never quite took off the way Apple had hoped and for the most part, pressure-sensitive displays are a rare find on Android handsets, if at all.


How To Block Emails On Gmail

Google’s Gmail platform has a pretty good spam filter and for the most part, it gets the job done. However, if you want to block certain emails, here’s how you can go about doing it.


Android Q Beta 2 Released With Notification ‘Bubbles’

Last month when the Android Q developer preview was launched, it was discovered that Google could be considering introducing a new feature for managing notifications in the form of chat heads. For those who are unfamiliar, Facebook kind of introduced the concept of chat heads which are floating icons on the home screen that users can tap on to quickly chat with their friends.


Spark Email Launches On Android Following Inbox’s Demise

Many are no doubt already missing Google’s Inbox by Gmail platform, the email platform from Google that was smart enough to label, organize, and sort your emails without any input from your end. It also came with other nifty features like the ability to snooze emails so that you could get to them at a later date without forgetting about it.


Skype For Android Bug Answers Calls Automatically

Quite a few people still use Skype even though there are a lot of other cross-platform communication apps that have become much more popular. Many Skype users continue to use it because it’s something that they’ve grown used to while others use it for business purposes. Either way, both type of users will not appreciate that there’s a bug in the Skype for Android app which seems to be answering […]


Twitter Launches Proper ‘Lights Out’ Dark Mode

Twitter is finally rolling out a proper dark mode for its mobile app. The company today announced that the proper battery-saving dark mode dubbed “lights out” is rolling out right away. This has been one of the most requested features from users and it’s good to see that Twitter is doing something with all of that feedback.