Other than being a search engine, Google also released several high-quality mobile apps for Android and iOS. Here are 6 of the most awesome ones.
KeePass doesn’t have an official Android app, but here are several KeePass companion apps for Android for you to still access your passwords in Android.
Google tends to update its Google Maps for Android app regularly, and it can be hard to keep up with new features. Here are 7 tips and tricks to get you up to speed.
Icon themes are Android’s secret weapon to make your phone truly your own. What are some of the best icon packs for Android? Let’s find out!
If you want to set a data usage limit on your Android device, check our guide for everything you need to know to get it done quickly and easily.
Google Authenticator is the most popular app when it comes to two-step verification of online accounts, but it lacks a lot of powerful features that can be found in other apps. We will take a look at 5 alternatives to Google’s offering for enabling two-factor authentication for your online accounts.
If you find yourself running out of storage space on your smartphone, don’t panic. Here are some of the ways you can reclaim storage space on your Android phone or tablet.
Whether you’re on a tight mobile data plan, or just don’t like apps updating themselves without your permission, you’ll be pleased to know that it’s possible to stop Android apps from automatically updating themselves without your permission.
These back-to-school Android apps are a must-have for any college student hoping to survive their first year of college. Stay well-prepared and organized!
If you’re having trouble with battery life and data consumption while playing Pokemon Go, check our guide for tips and tricks to help out!
If you are both an Android and Windows user, Microsoft has now included a simple way for you to receive Android notifications in Windows 10. Here is how you can do so.
Have a rooted Android device and looking for some good root tools? Look no further! Here are the best utility apps for rooted Android devices.
We don’t worry about protecting our Androids enough. Here are some Android security tips to help you be more proactive in protecting your device(s).
Android Marshmallow requires most phones to be encrypted, but no one seems to care about pre-Marshmallow devices. These file encryption tools help secure older devices.
Looking for quicker and easier ways to navigate and use your Android? You might want to consider gestures. Here’s how to add gesture controls to any Android device.
Tired of the default way that Android OS handles the clipboard? These four clipboard managers for Android will save your sanity and keep you organized.
Tired of cooking the same old thing each week? Want to try something different? Here are 5 Android apps to help you take your cooking to the next level.
In the past there have been security issues with Android. With Android N they’re trying to combat these issues from the start. Just how secure will it be? Let’s find out.