BlackBerry DTEK 50 Claims to be “World’s Most Secure” Android Smartphone

BlackBerry DTEK 50 Claims to be “World’s Most Secure” Android Smartphone

After leaking out in images earlier today, BlackBerry, in a surprising move, has made the DTEK50 (Yes, that’s the name) android handset official. However, it seems like the company is transitioning away from hardware as BlackBerry DTEK 50 essentially inherits hardware specifications and design from Alcatel’s Idol 4. Additionally, it is being touted as world’s most secure phone featuring high-end […]

     
 
 

The SuperBook Turns Your Android Phone into a Fully Functioning Laptop for $99

The SuperBook Turns Your Android Phone into a Fully Functioning Laptop for $99    

We have seen a bunch of attempts at turning smartphones into capable workstations – Microsoft’s Windows uses Continuum, HP’s Elite X3 takes that one step ahead with a range of additional products and docks, even Canonical’s mobile OS comes with a native feature, but none of them have been to quite achieve the desired level of functionality and justification. That’s […]

     
 
 

Prisma for Android will be Available for Download in Beta Today

Prisma for Android will be Available for Download in Beta Today

Almost every iOS user has been flaunting artistic pictures on their social profiles with the help of a new photo-editing sensation – the Prisma app. Until now, Android users were left out and stuck with mediocre rip-offs. Fortunately, the company behind the app is finally releasing a beta channel for Android, rollout for which will commence later today. To register […]

     
 
 

CTRL-F Lets You Digitally Search Real World Documents on Android

CTRL-F Lets You Digitally Search Real World Documents on Android

We’re quite used to searching documents by pressing hugely popular Ctrl+F shortcut on Windows. However, when it comes to real world documents and archives, you are either stuck with manually flipping pages or scan the document for creating a digital copy through Optical Character Recognition. Both of these methods are exceedingly time-consuming and tedious. Fortunately, there’s an Android app now […]

     
 
 

Google Play Store’s Family Library Allows You to Share Applications with Five People

Google Play Store’s Family Library Allows You to Share Applications with Five People

Back at their I/O conference, Google announced that they’ll be bringing family plans on Android’s Play Store allowing users to share purchases with other people, something Apple introduced earlier in 2014. The feature is finally been made official with a public rollout planned for selected countries this month. Family Library, as Google calls it, works fairly straightforward – Everyone in the […]

     
 
 

ASAP Launcher Brings a Simpler Homescreen to Android

ASAP Launcher Brings a Simpler Homescreen to Android

Third party launchers are one of the most fundamental aspects of Android’s ever growing customization landscape. Year after year, developers have tried to fabricate a unique and smarter experience for users by embedding a ton of personalization tools. However, in some cases, these applications can feel a bit challenging due to an overload of features or if you aren’t particularly […]

     
 
 

Notif Log Maintains an Interactive History of Your Notifications on Android

Notif Log Maintains an Interactive History of Your Notifications on Android

Despite going through several iterations, handling multiple notifications on Android at the same time or while you’re busy is still a challenging job. There is a complicated native process to check previous notifications’ history, although, features like postponing or retrieving dismissed alerts, is not possible. Fortunately, on Android, there’s a straightforward app available now that maintains a functional log of […]

     
 
 

How to Enable Auto-Rotate on Android Phone’s Homescreen

How to Enable Auto-Rotate on Android Phone’s Homescreen

Ever since the accelerometer was introduced in smartphones we have been tilting the display according to our preferences. While some of us find the auto-rotation a messy affair, the others (like me!) seem to have got the hang of it. Starting this year Google has introduced an important feature to its Google Now launcher and that is the ability to set […]

     
 
 

Hola! Android N will Now Go by the Name Android Nougat

Hola! Android N will Now Go by the Name Android Nougat

After some delay, Google has finally announced on Snapchat that their latest Android build codenamed N will go by the name Android Nougat. This comes as a surprise as initial leaks had hinted at Nutella being the holy word for this year’s Android iteration.   The Mount View based Search Engine giant initially announced their Android N version at the […]