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.
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.
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.
Taking selfies is a phenomenon that is still going strong, and that spurred the demand of selfie apps with various features. Here are some of the best Android selfie apps we think you will like.
Android comes with a lot of basic automation options built into the system. Here are some native Android settings you can use to automate your phone.
Finding cheap flights doesn’t have to be as hard as it may sound. The following Android apps will help you find cheap flights as well as cheap hotel rooms.
While large screen devices give you more screen real estate, they can have an impact on usability. Luckily, there are various apps to help you operate your large device easily with only one hand.
Live wallpapers are exciting, eye-catching and a conversation starter. Here are 6 beautiful and incredibly cool Android live wallpapers to check out.
You don’t really need to root your Android phone to apply modifications. Here are some Android apps that mod your device without requiring root access.
There are a number of settings within Android that improve the usage experience. Here are some hidden Android tweaks you can activate to enhance your device.
Our smartphones can do a lot of amazing things, and they can make us smarter too. Here’re some Android apps that can expand your mind and make you smarter.
If you’re not careful about your data usage, you could have an expensive bill at the end of the month. Datally helps you to monitor and save mobile data.
In this week’s software roundup we handpicked some of the best Android apps, for both power users and beginners, that you should be using on your device.
GIFs are a great way to express how you feel, and you can use them right in WhatsApp. Here’s how you can create, find and send Gifs in WhatsApp for Android.
Other than pure fun, fake call apps can be useful to help you get out of an uncomfortable situation. Here are some fake call apps for Android you can use.
Project Treble promises to speed up the infamously slow Android update process. We tell you everything you need to know.
There are many ways to spice up your Android phone, and one of them is with beautiful wallpaper. Here are some of the best wallpaper apps for your Android phone.
If you are worried that Google has too much data on you, you can get rid of it from your phone. Here’s how to use Android without Google Play Services.
There are plenty of gems in the Google Play store. These apps are so clever, so useful, and you don’t even know that you need them. Check them out!
When it’s time for serious work on a mobile device, you’ll often need an office suite app to create and edit your files on the go. If you need help finding a good one, here are six of the best office apps for Android.
Google Drive for Android comes with its own set of tips and tricks. The following tips will help you get things done faster with Google Drive on your Android phone.
There are several ways to encrypt files on Android, be it to encrypt the entire device or individual files. Learn how to encrypt files on Android here.
NFL fan and an Android user? You are in luck. Here are some of the best Android NFL apps you should use to keep you informed about your favorite team.
Do you know you can recover apps you uninstalled? Google Play provides this and more. Here are some other Google Play tips and tricks you should check out.
Your Android phone is a capable photo editor as well. Here are some of the best photo editor apps to turn your smartphone into a photo post-production suite.
Android Chrome’s address bar is always located at the top, which can be an issue for users with big phones. You can now move it to the bottom with this trick.
Google Play is pre-installed on most Android phones, but you might prefer an alternative app store. Here are some of the best Google Play alternatives for Android.
If you are unfortunate and have viruses or scareware running on your phone, you can follow the steps here to remove the virus from your Android phone.
Other than on the desktop, ad-blockers are available for your mobile device, too. Here are some of the best Android browsers with adblock features.
There are plenty of custom Android launchers around. If you are looking for some fun, here are some unique and unusual Android launchers you can try.
Kodi is the most popular home theater software and is a good match for the Amazon Fire Stick. Learn how to install Kodi on Fire Stick with minimal effort.
There are plenty of Android launchers in Play Store. Here we’ll take a look at some of the alternatives and more interesting Android launchers.
Other than using your phone’s camera for taking photos, it can be used to scan QR code, too. Here are some of the best Android QR scanner apps.
Windows Phone is officially dead. For those who still want a Windows Phone, you can now make your Android phone look just like it.
There are Android apps that you use every day that can drain your device’s resources. The following are lighter alternatives to Android apps.
It might take a long time for Android Oreo update to reach your phone. Meanwhile, you can follow these tricks to get Android Oreo’s features on your phone.
In Android you can easily add slow motion effects to your videos to make it more fun. Here are some of the best Android slow motion apps you should try.
If you are working on both your Android phone and PC, it is good to be able to sync the clipboard. Here’s how you can sync the clipboard between your Android and PC.
There are quite a few ways to print from your Android phone. Learn how to set up your printer for the cloud and start to print from your Android phone.
If you are someone who likes to be hands-on and fix things by yourself, these DIY apps for Android give you great ideas on home decor, life hacks and more.
Natural disaster can strike anytime. Keep these useful Android apps for emergency in hand as their sole purpose is to help people in emergencies.
When Google shut down Google TV back in 2014, Android TV quickly replaced the platform. So what is Android TV, why does it exist, and how do you use it?
While Chrome for Android is popular, it can also be slow at times. Here are a few ways you to speed up Chrome for Android.
You have heard a lot about “Stock Android,” but what exactly is “Stock Android,” and how is it different from the Android you are using? Let’s find out.
Even several years after its launch, Google Now remains something of a mystery to many Android users. Here we uncover some of the secret Google Now commands that you can use to control your phone.
Google has a new app that claims to keep your device safe from malware and other dangers. It’s called Google Play Protect. Let’s find out how it works.