Have an Android device with low RAM and wondering if it can run PUBG Mobile? Here are the system requirements for the new light-weight PUBG Mobile LITE.
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.
Here’s how to apply for the beta release of Adobe’s upcoming Project Rush video editor for Windows, Mac, iOS (iPhone, iPad), Android devices, and the Creative Cloud suite.
A easy-to-follow guide on how to set up Valve’s new Steam Link app and start streaming games from your PC’s Steam library to your Android device, iPhone, iPad, Android TV, or Apple TV.
Here are the minimum and recommended system requirements for PUBG Mobile on both iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch) and Android. Find out if your phone or tablet can run PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
Is your Android phone or tablet displaying a “device not certified by Google” error? This article explains what that means, and for those already aware of the Android certified device program, there’s a guide on how to check if your device is uncertified.
Here’s how to live-stream mobile games from your iPhone, iPad, or Android device directly to Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, or Periscope using the free Mobcrush app.
A guide on how to download and install the English version of PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds) Mobile on Android from any region.
A port for the Pixel Launcher that comes packed with the first Android P developer preview that works with all Android Oreo devices is now available. You can download the APK here.
The newest addition to the Sega Forever collection is the iconic arcade brawler Streets of Rage, available to download now for free on iOS and Android.
Here’s how you can get animated emoji similar to the Animoji in iPhone X on an older iPhone and iPad or any Android device.