It’s always a good idea to back up your WhatsApp data so you don’t lose data when you switch phones. Here’s how to back up WhatsApp data to Dropbox instead of Google Drive.
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To blur out a photo before you share it, there is no need for a comprehensive image editor. Here’s how you can blur out photos on Android.
You have probably seen “Unknown Artist” errors when playing your music in Android. Here’s how you can edit music tags in Android and get it to show the correct information in the music player.
You can only post to Instagram from the mobile app. Here are 5 ways to bypass the restrictions and access Instagram from your desktop.
Want to make your home smarter without spending an arm and a leg? Check out the Orvibo Smart Home Kit and enter to win one for yourself!
ThingThing is a mobile keyboard app that lets you quickly share files. It can access your cloud files, animated GIFs, & images from Facebook and Instagram.
Glance Plus is and Android app that shows some basic information on a black screen when you wave your hand over or cover the proximity sensor. Here’s how it works.
Looking to access your Ubuntu PC from your Android device? Check out the Home Remote Control app which allows you to control your PC remotely.
Have you ever wished your Android device had a recycling bin? Thanks to the Dumpster app, it can. It saves all the files you delete just in case you need them later.
Managing a personal budget doesn’t have to be such a chore. If you’re looking for an easy way to manage it on your mobile device, check out Wally.
If you are just starting on your musical journey, Music Maker Jam is an easy-to-use app for Android, iOS and Windows mobile that helps produce great music.
Have you ever tried to install an Android app only to get the notice that tells you that the app is not available in your country? Here’s how to overcome that issue.
Even though WhatsApp doesn’t have the best security, it’s still the leading messaging app. This article talks about WhatsApp problems and solutions.
QuickClick is an Android app that will help you do all sorts of things by only using your device’s volume buttons. You can take a picture, record a video, turn on the flashlight, and more.
Wouldn’t it be great to have your Android automatically turn on whenever you pick it up? If you like this idea, then you’ll love the Gravity Screen Off app.
New Pipe, a new Android app, is an open-source, front-end for YouTube. It copies a lot of features bundled with YouTube RED and is a very compelling YouTube replacement.
Want to access Android files from a Windows computer? Here’s how you can do so.
Recently, the developers of ES File Explorer have added some intrusive features and a half-baked material UI to the app which seems to have ruined it. Here are some worthy alternatives.