Roughly a year and a half following its acquisition of popular iOS Reddit client Alien Blue, “the front page of the internet” has replaced the old app with an all-new iPhone and Android client of its own.
Articles covering the latest from Google, with focus its mobile operating system, Android, exploring apps, games as well as tips, how-tos and detailed guides for the platform.
Popular pioneer of screen temperature control f.lux has officially made its way to Android, and is available to download on the Play Store.
Google has released the first preview build of Android N along with an easier, OTA-based way to install beta builds called the Android Beta Program. Here’s how to download and install Android N over-the-air through the new program.
Seasoned tech reviewer and YouTuber Marques Brownlee a.k.a. MKBHD explains in a video interview why he prefers Android smartphones over the iPhone.
Snapdrop is a web app that offers cross-platform, wireless file transfer like Apple’s AirDrop on Windows, OS X, Android, iOS or any computer or mobile device with a browser.
With Camera MX, you can capture animated pictures similar to iPhone 6s’ Live Photos on your Android phone or tablet. The free app even lets you edit your “Live Shots” later.
YouTube Music for Android and iOS is here and it’s all set to make the likes of Spotify and Apple Music quake in their boots. The app is currently US-only, so we’ve Android users outside the USA can download the YouTube Music APK here.
In this simple, step-by-step guide, we explain how to download iPhone 6s & iPhone 6s Plus animated wallpapers and use them with your Android phone.
Preceding Fallout 4’s release is the game’s official mobile keyboard app, which brings Vault Boy emoji & GIFs to Android, iPhone & iPad.
Some Android users aren’t amused with Apple’s new Switch to iOS app, and they seemed to have made it a point to give it hilarious 1-star Play Store reviews.