Android

HTC’s Latest is a Screen Capture Tool with Scroll and Edit Features

  The screenshot feature has shaped up as an integral tool/feature offered by almost all the mobile operating systems. For a while now, the custom ROMs and the OEM overlays have modded the screenshot feature to make it more useful. The latest screenshot app on the Google Play Store is from HTC, and yes, as the name suggests, it does …

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I Ditched Google Chrome for Samsung’s Internet Browser on Android and Here’s Why You Should too

I have a confession to make: I use Samsung’s Internet browser on my non-Samsung Android phone. It’s been awhile too. Back in November, the Korean OEM liberated the app from its own devices and released it for everyone. The launch was largely ignored as why would you install a Samsung app on your phone by choice. And who would have …

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Which Android Launcher is Best for You

  Android launchers have grown a lot in the recent years. They have evolved from being merely a geek’s paradise to a tool which can dramatically uplift the experience your OEM shipped with the phone. However, this shift has also spawned oodles of new remarkable options to choose from. While these improvements are certainly welcomed, it consequently has also created …

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Google Chrome 64 for Android Adds Parallel Download Feature

Google has been trying hard to make the Chrome browser better across all platforms. Chrome 63 is a recent addition to the stable channel and this version of the browser comes with support for Smart Text Selection feature, the one that debuted with Android Oreo. The feature will suggest appropriate actions to Android users by correlating it with the selected …

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Google’s AR Stickers now Available for Pixel Phones

  One of the most exciting features Google introduced with the Pixel 2 phones back in October was something called “AR Stickers”. “AR Stickers”, in case you missed it, is essentially a mode that lives inside the native camera app’s hamburger menu along with others such as Portrait and Panorama. Enabling this will let you superimpose a bunch of Augmented Reality …

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Android Upgrade Rollouts: As Slow as Rumored?

  If there is one feature for which Android has always been mocked as compared to iOS, it is Android’s software upgrade process. Google brings out a new version of Android once a year just like Apple does with iOS, but while Apple manages to deliver the new update almost immediately to devices as old as three years, most Android …

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