Large screen smartphones are never easy to use with one hand. With this modification, you can now easily use your large screen Android phone one-handed.
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Android Emulators are imperative for a lag-free Android experience on a Windows PC and Laptop. Here’s a carefully curated list of Android emulators.
Sometimes Android notifications get delayed, and you only see it after a couple of minutes. What is causing the delay and what’s the fix? Let’s find out!
Using compatible software, external HD display & a dock that allows TV or monitor attachments, you can now turn an Android device into a full-fledged desktop.
With its attractive minimalist design, Smart Launcher aims to be a lightweight launcher for Android devices, yet doesn’t sacrifice features. Take a look.
Some smartphones have a dedicated button to launch the Camera, but most don’t. Here’s how to make the home button launch the Camera app on Android.
Here are some tips to help you speed up your Android device and enjoy the smooth, lightning-quick OS we have all come to love.
There are a handful of nifty tricks out there that you can use to maximize the potential of your Android contacts list. Here are five of those tricks.
Most popular web browsers for Android do include the function to privately browse websites. Here’s how you can do this in various browsers on your device.
Did you know that you can save on your data plan or play a hidden game when you’re offline? Find out how to improve your Chrome for Android experience.
Have you ever received a cryptic error message while browsing Google Play? Here are eight of the most common Google Play store errors and their solutions.
Power Toggles is an Android app that lets you put shortcuts for various system settings on your homescreen; it’s a huge time-saver. Read all about it here.
If you are new to the Xposed Frameworks and do not know which modules exist, this list of 6 useful Xposed modules should help you get started.
An Xposed module called YouTube Background Playback allows you to keep your videos playing even when you are out of the official YouTube app. Here’s how.
If you are an Android user, there are a number of apps for keeping tasks organized. Here are six to-do list apps that help you manage your tasks.
These Android apps can help with tracking what you eat and even log your calories. If you are on a diet, some can help with that too. Check them out!
Staying on top of your medical information can be daunting but, fortunately, there are a number of healthcare Android apps to help. Here are five of them.
Android Lollipop (version 5.0) is the first major version change since Ice Cream Sandwich (version 4.0). Why is this version generating so much excitement? Let check it out.
Keeping up with all of the tomes on your bookshelf can be a real challenge. Here are four Android apps that can help you stay on top of things.
All browsers keep a record of the websites you visited. If you want to maintain your privacy, you can clear the web browsing history on your Android phone. Here’s how.