With phone manufacturers like Samsung, LG, and One Plus building their own versions of the Android operating system, it’s becoming more popular and widely used day by day. These manufacturers (known as Original Equipment Manufacturers or OEMs) change some of the default terminology and functions of Android. They may vary depending on your device and version, but at the end of the day, it’s all Android. Here we have a list of 25 Android tips and tricks that every user needs to know to get the most of their Android device.
Google had launched a keyboard specifically for Apple’s iOS devices. It’s called Gboard, and it’s old news. What’s new is that the Google Gboard is now available for Android devices as well. According to reports from various tech magazines, Google has planned to integrate the Gboard’s features into an Android app. With the v6.0 update […]
How often do you wish your family or friends wouldn’t call you up or text you when you’re traveling alone? No matter how many times you’ve traveled alone, and know your way around the route you’re on, there’s always someone making a check on you. Sure, you know they’re just concerned about your safety and […]
It’s the holiday season, the big dinners season, and the shop-till-you-drop season. And during this season, there’s only one thing everyone’s doing: going out and having fun. Even before you leave your house you know where ever you’re going will be packed with like-minded shoppers and holiday mongers. What if you could know how badly […]
Google introduced Now on Tap feature with Android M and has carried it on with Android N. As the feature has matured over a period of time, it has added functionalities too. So far, Now on Tap was restricted to only recognizing fragments of text on the display of which you had little control. It […]
Here is a neat trick for you to find out the battery health condition on your Chromebook, even though the system doesnt natively allow you to find out about it.
A very easy walk around, on how you can get an Always On Google Voice Search on any Android Smartphone with the latest Google Search app.
We round up all the major announcements at the Google I/O in a top 8 list. In case you missed out on the keynote, you must definitely go through the recap here.
Google Now has now been improved to understand the Indian accent better to give you a better search and voice typing experience. Read here for more.
Learn how you can request your beta invite to test Google’s Domain Registration service here.