You don’t need to play in multiplayer mode to enjoy a shooting game. Here are six of the best offline shooting games for Android you can play today.
It is possible to turn your Android device to a fully-fledged kiosk. Here are different kinds of kiosk modes that you can enable on your Android devices.
If you have turned off automatic updates, you may not be running the latest security patch. Here’s how to check and upgrade your Android version.
Before you hand over your phone to your kids, follow these steps to childproof your Android phone to make sure they only access what you permit them to see.
One of the most popular ways to customize an Android device is to change the system font. Fortunately, setting a custom font in Android is easy.
Did you know that you can tie Google Assistant to an alarm and have it perform specific actions? Here’s how to use Google Assistant with Android alarm.
You deserve only the best note-taking apps that Android has to offer! Let’s take a look at four of the best note-taking apps for Android.
While Airdrop doesn’t work on Android and Windows, there are ways you can easily send files from an Android phone to Windows 10. Check them out.
Android comes with a split-screen mode that allows you to display two apps at the same time. Here is how you can make use of the split screen mode to multitask.
For those who are uncomfortable with Google always listening in on everything you say, here is how you can turn off the “OK Google” assistant on an Android phone.
One of the best apps to check whether your Android phone is rooted is Root Checker Basic, which automatically lets you know if your system has root or not.
Not all Android phones come with Google Play pre-installed. Here are several methods for downloading and installing Google Play on Android.
If you have a need to spoof your location, your Android phone comes with a way to do so. Here is how you can easily fake your Android location.
A new strain of Android malware called xHelper is making the rounds. What makes it notable is how persistent it is, with some saying it’s unremovable!
In order to read a QR code, you’ll need your Android smartphone with a camera and a QR code reader app. Here’s how you can read QR codes in Android.
What happen if you forget your Android pattern or pin and can’t unlock your phone? Here are a few ways to unlock a forgotten Android pattern or pin.
There is a hidden Android developer options that give you access to dozens of little tweaks to help you get a little more out of your phone. Here’s how to use it.
Your sms messages are often not backed up. Here is how you can back up your sms in Android and restore them on another phone.
If your Android phone keeps crashing, it can be due to a memory leak. Here are a few ways for you to find and fix memory leaks issue in Android.
Have you ever wanted to run a virtual machine on your Android phone? With VMOS, this is now possible. Check out our review and see how it performs.