There are plenty of health-related apps which are focused on getting, and keeping, you healthy. Let’s take a look at some examples of Android apps and how they can help you trim down.
Snapchat’s stickers are a great feature that gives your snaps your own personal touch. Here are some tips for you to create custom stickers in Snapchat and make full use of what Snapchat offers.
If you tend to get tired of your phone’s wallpaper quickly, it can be annoying having to waste time changing it. Thanks to the following wallpaper changer apps, you can set a new Android wallpaper every few minutes or every day.
Deleted important data or files from your Android device by accident? Don’t worry, Coolmuster is an all-in-one solution for backing up, restoring, and managing your Android’s data and files.
If you’re a regular visitor to a specific website, it can be useful to keep the websites you like on your Android home screen. Here we’ll show you how to do so in Chrome for Android.
SD cards in Android phones are here to stay, so it’s as good a time as ever to have a refresher on how to mount and unmount them. Here we’ll show you how to mount and unmount your SD card on Android.
Managing expenses appropriately is vital for most individuals. For Android users, this article includes some expense tracker apps that you can use on your Android devices.
Taking the perfect picture can be very difficult, but once you have it, you want to make sure no one else takes credit for it. On Android you can quickly add a watermark to your photos after you have taken it.
Open-source games and Android apps are fundamentally brought to us by people who code things for the joy of coding, so it’s fitting that there are some great open-source games on the mobile platform.
If you’re trying to squeeze as much usage out of your mobile data plan as possible, here are some apps to make finding data-munchers much easier.
Are you an avid PC gamer? Did you know that there’s an emulator that lets you play some of the greatest classic PC games on Android devices? Check them out here.
The Face Unlock feature on iPhone X has been on Android for years. Here we show you how to use Face Unlock feature in Android.
The flashlight feature on your Android device is very useful and can come in handy when you lose your keys at night. Find out more ways to quickly turn on the flashlight on your Android device.
You probably take screenshots all the time and share them with your friends. Instead of bombarding your friend with multiple screenshots, you can take and send a scrolling screenshot.
Finding the files you’ve downloaded is usually an easy task, but sometimes, the files can go missing without your knowledge. Lets’ take a look at some options to find downloaded files in Android.
Not everything from Google gets worldwide adoption, but there are some Android apps made by Google that you probably should know about. These Google Android apps are useful, easy to use and free of cost.
WiFi calling can be a real lifesaver when your cellular phone network doesn’t work. Learn what WiFi calling is and how you can enable it on your phone.
Over the past year Google has been letting you install the Play Store and run Android apps on your Chromebook. If you own a Chromebook, read on to see how to install Android apps on your device.