Apple locks its services on your iOS devices. If you are migrating from iOS to Android, here’s how you can access iCloud services from Android.
Malfunctioning sensors in your Android phone can cause issues with the apps that you use. Here are some free tools to test and calibrate Android sensors.
We fill our smartphones full of our most critically sensitive data. To protect your phone, here are some of the best app lockers for Android you should use.
Having your emergency contact information on your Android device could end up saving your life one day. Here’s how you can set up your phone for an emergency.
The Faceapp challenge is sweeping the Internet as many morph their selfies to look older or younger. Here we explore the various features it offers to morph your pictures.
Sure, the Google Play Store has a huge selection of Android apps to choose from, but not all apps are listed there. This article lists seven of the best apps not available on the Play Store.
Adaptive Battery in Android Pie does something that users need: saves battery life. With a few adjustments, you’ll see your device’s battery last longer.
If you are using a Samsung phone, there is a Samsung Secure Folders feature that allows you to keep files private. Learn how you can use Samsung secure folders to store your files.
Seeing the message “Unfortunately, App has stopped” on an Android app can be frustrating. Here are steps to fix this error.
Thanks to SNES emulators, it’s actually very easy to play SNES games on Android. Here are our favorite SNES emulators for Android.
There is no recycle bin on Android devices. Once you delete your text message, it’s gone. If you need to recover a deleted message, here are some ways you can try.
In Android Pie, you can turn off certain emergency notifications, determine how to get notified, and even turn off notifications altogether with the “Do Not Disturb” feature.
Google’s Calendar and Contacts is not the only option for Android. If you are using other calendar app, learn how you can sync CalDav and CardDav to Android.
Phoenix OS is an Android operating system. The current version is designed to run on laptops, desktop PCs and tablets, allowing you to run Android on PC.
Like to write on the go? We have scoured through the Google Play Store and shortlisted seven of the best writing apps for your Android smartphone or tablet.
ScreenshotGo is a screenshot-management tool by Mozilla that allows you to take, organize, search, and share text from screenshots on your Android phone.
The following flags for Chrome in Android allow you to group your tabs by topic and make it easier for you to switch from one tab to another.
Google Chrome for Android does not support its desktop extensions. If you want to use Chrome extensions on your Android device, here is a workaround.
There are many useful things that you can do with Android Debug Bridge, but before that, you need to know how to get started. Here’s how.
The mobile Firefox browser for Android also supports plenty of add-ons. Check out our list of the 7 best add-ons for Firefox for Android.