It’s very common, when you’re using an Android device, to experiment with several apps that do the same thing. Whether you’re trying out a new music player, or something like a new gallery app, sooner or later you’ll run into the familiar “Open With” window, which asks you to pick the app you’d like to use
Some of you out there may not remember this, but there was a time when digital cameras were not around, and you had to actually use these weird contraptions that required photographic film to take a picture. Then, after the whole roll of film was used, you had to go to a photo lab to
Privacy and security is increasingly becoming a concern for everyone, with high-profile cases of leaks and hacks making the news every other week. And while it may appear as if it only affects personal computers, you’d be surprised at how often very serious security issues pop up on mobile operating systems like Android and iOS.
It’s kind of strange to think about the things we use most often on our phones. Sure, taking pictures, using Facebook, checking your tweets, there’s a lot you can do with a smartphone, but for a lot of people, one of the most useful tools is the simple ability to use it as a flashlight.
Our smartphones and tablets are very capable devices on their own, but it’s fair to say that, in some aspects, nothing beats a dedicated computer. Whether you’re browsing for information, trying to do something more complex like reading a PDF or submitting important information, or even just trying to get a website going that doesn’t
As our smartphones have become more powerful, they have also become more personal. While in the old days you’d probably keep a physical album with pictures of your children or main life events, these days you’re more likely to just use your smartphone camera and forget about it, confident that they’ll always be there. But
As we recently found out, Google is making some major changes to their in-house devices, going as far as dropping the established “Nexus” branding that it has used since 2010 for their Android-based devices and replacing it with a brand new line of smartphones, named “Pixel”. Pixel is meant to introduce Android 7.1 Nougat to the public, and it