Android Apps

It’s Getting Easier To Stop Facebook Tracking You

If you’re an Android user there’s a good chance Facebook can track your location even when you aren’t using the app. And you only have yourself to blame, as you’ve ticked the option to share your location. However, Facebook...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Android, Mobile Technology

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Gmail’s Redesign Is Rolling Out To All Android Users

Earlier this year Google announced that they would be launching a new design for its Gmail app on mobile devices. For those who have been anticipating the update, you’ll be pleased to learn that Google has confirmed to Engadget that the update...
Related topics: Gmail, Android, Mobile Technology, Android Update, Google

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Google’s Radical Gmail Redesign Is Finally Rolling Out On Android

Google is slowly but surely giving its apps a refresh, modernizing them and ensuring that they're easy to use. The latest app to get a redesign is the Gmail app for Android, which has been redesigned with a few tweaks. The post Google’s...
Related topics: Google, Gmail, Android, Mobile Technology

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Nike’s Smart Shoe App Doesn’t Work On Android, Bricks Shoes

Nike’s Adapt BB smart shoes have reportedly stopped functioning after the company issued an update to the shoe’s accompanying Android app.When using the Adapt BB Android app, one of the shoes won’t connect, which means users...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Android Update

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Facebook's New Location Controls On Android Will Let Users Disable Background Collection

The social network released new location controls for Android that lets users limit background data collection when the Facebook app isn't in use.
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Android, Mobile Technology

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Nike’s New Smart Sneakers Aren’t Working With Android App

Nike launched its new Adapt BB smart sneakers a couple of weeks ago. These self-lacing shoes are cheaper than an earlier iteration from the apparel giant even though $350 is still a lot of money for shoes. It released apps for iOS and Android so...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Ios

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Windows 10 Timeline Now Works With Chrome

A new Windows 10 extension for Google Chrome allows users to access Windows 10's Timeline feature with Chrome. Timeline displays recent activity -- across Windows 10 PCs, enabled apps, the Edge browser for iPhone and Android devices and Office...
Related topics: Mobile Technology, Chrome, Google, Iphone, Android

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Gmail's Cleaner, Brighter Mobile App Rolls Out To Everyone This Week

If you notice that Gmail suddenly looks different on your phone, you're not the only one. Google has confirmed to Engadget that its email client's Material Design makeover is available to all Android users now, and should reach all iOS...
Related topics: Gmail, Mobile Technology, Google, Android, Ios

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Slack For Android Picks Up Support For Google Smart Lock In Beta, Enables Easier Sign-in

If you work in the digital world at all, Slack is probably your go-to app for communicating with co-workers. For many, signing into multiple Slack accounts is required, and in its latest beta update, it’s going to get a lot easier to do that...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Android Update, Google

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New Chrome Extension Allows Browsing Resumption Across Windows 10 Devices

It has been a year since Microsoft launched the Windows 10 Timeline feature. It enabled users to sync browsing and app history between their Windows 10, Android, and iOS devices. The browsing history sync was limited to Microsoft’s Edge...
Related topics: Chrome, Mobile Technology, Microsoft, Android, Ios

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Samsung ‘galaxy Store’ Replaces ‘galaxy Apps,’ Gets One Ui Redesign

It’s going to be a busy week for Samsung, but the company’s software has been going through a lot of changes for the past couple of months. As One UI and Android Pie continue rolling out to the Galaxy S9 and Note 9, the company is now...
Related topics: Samsung, Mobile Technology, Samsung Galaxy Note, Android

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Microsoft To-do For Android Expands Language Support

Microsoft today released a new update for Microsoft To-Do beta app in Google Play Store. Besides a large number of fixes, which takes the app to version 1.51,  the new update brings greater support for languages besides English, with new support...
Related topics: Microsoft, Android, Mobile Technology, Android Update, Google

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Youtube Music Finally Available In Android Auto Platform

Despite the fact that Google owns YouTube Music, we haven’t seen support for it on the Android Auto platform. Well it looks like they’ve finally worked out their internal kinks as the streaming app will finally be found in your car’s...
Related topics: Youtube, Android, Mobile Technology, Google

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New Android Apps To Check Out This Week (feb 19, 2019)

The Google Play store is full of awesome apps that can help you with tasks or simply help you take a break and relax with an engaging game. But how do you know what ones you should try? We can help you with that! Every week, we will share...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Google

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Instagram Tests ‘donation’ Stickers In Stories

Facebook’s popular fundraiser function appears to be rolling out to Instagram users. New code pulled from the photo-sharing service’s Android app highlights a new “Donation” sticker and the ability to search for nonprofits....
Related topics: Instagram, Facebook, Social Media, Tech Photos, Android, Mobile Technology

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How To Transfer Files From Android To Pc: 7 Methods

You have a photo on your Android phone or tablet, and you need to get it onto your PC. But how do you do this? As it turns out, you have several options, such as a USB cable, Bluetooth, and cloud sync. Alternatively, you might use an app like...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Tech Photos, Tablets, Bluetooth

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9to5google Daily 225: Android Q Is Set For More Gesture Nav Tweaks

Listen to a recap of all the top 9to5Google stories of the day. 9to5Google Daily is available on Google Play, iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Pocket Casts and other podcast...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Google, ITunes, Apple, Podcasts

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9to5toys Lunch Break: Lenovo 2-in-1 Chromebook $220, Bose Qc 35 Sii Headphones $258, Kenwood...

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Related topics: Lenovo, Chromebook, Android, Mobile Technology, Social Media, Apple, Twitter, Facebook

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Google Testing Android Q Navigation Gestures That Replace ‘back’ Button And Speed Up...

Android 9 Pie introduced a new gesture navigation system that makes heavy use of a pill-shaped icon to go home, open the app drawer, and jump into multitasking. The latter replaced the Recents button, and Google might now be testing a way to remove...
Related topics: Google, Android, Mobile Technology

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Arcore Update Adds Ar Selfies And Animation, Shared Camera Access

The idea of ARCore has been made official back in 2017. Google launched it as augmented reality for Android devices. Not many people know about the technology but it’s now usable. A few apps are now available on the Play Store. The first one...
Related topics: Android Update, Selfies, Google, Android, Mobile Technology

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