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You Will Now Get GIF And Sticker Suggestions On Gboard For Android

Google is making good advancement in the AI technology and has now added a new feature on Android’s Gboard. You will get the GIF button which will give you suggestions based on what you type on the chat window. You can choose among the various GIF’s, stickers and emoji’s to express your feelings in the fastest way. This is so far the best addition on the Gboard which was release back in the year 2016. Read More

Google Says Dark Mode Helps Improve Android’s Battery Life

Lately, we have been looking at Google working on the Dark Mode for many of its Apps. The dark theme does look cool and comfortable on the eyes, but the latest claim by the company speaks about the relation of the dark mode with the battery life. Yes, it affects the battery on your phone and tests have shown that it apparently consumes less battery compared to the light themes. Read More

Google Will Roll Out Flexible Updates On Android Soon

For Android users, we have always had to wait to use the App until it is getting updated. This may get annoying for many people because they may have something to do urgently within the App if it starts updating automatically. All of this may change soon as Google has announced a new set of improvements for Android today at the Android Developer Summit. Read More

Android Pie Is Causing Battery Drain Problems

The new version of Android named ‘Pie’ was launched recently and Google had claimed it to have a better performance with overall improved battery. But to the dismay of the Android users running Pie on their smartphone, they will definitely not agree with the claim. This is because Android Pie has been causing more battery drain issues lately where it has been reported that the battery doesn’t even last for a day. Read More

Starbucks App For Android Gets Multiple Updates

Starbucks in apparently one of the frequently used Apps globally and this is because people prefer to buy coffee on their way to work, back from work, in the afternoon while taking a break or as and when you they feel to urge to have one. It’s a popular product in developed nations like a USA and people need their daily does of mochas and lattes and this works perfectly when you have the best working App to make your orders online. Read More

WhatsApp Updates The Latest Version Of iOS And Android App With ‘Stickers’

WhatsApp has released the new ‘Stickers’ feature for all iOS and Android users. The users of this popular texting app can now send stickers to their contacts and it is similar to the stickers that we see on Facebook and Messenger. The Stickers are available on the latest version of WhatsApp and if you don’t have the feature yet, you can update the App to get the 2.18.329 version on Android and 2.18.100 version on iOS. Read More

WhatsApp Is Bringing New Features To Android And iOS

We have been looking at a lot of new features being introduced in Android and iOS in the past few months. Some of these include the ‘Swipe to Reply’, the forward tags on messages, suspicious links detection, notification changes, picture-in-picture mode for videos. Now, the company is working on 3 new features that will soon make it to all the devices that run WhatsApp. Read More

Android Pie Update for OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 5 To Take Time, Says Pete Lau

OnePlus has been on the top of the smartphone market and it is constantly working hard to uplift the spirits of it’s users. As we know, the OnePlus 6 has received the Android 9 Pie update and the OnePlus 6T comes with the OS inbuilt. But for those who have the older versions of the OnePlus, like the One Plus 3 and OnePlus 5, they will have to wait for sometime for the update as the company’s CEO Pete Lau clarified that they are working on it. Read More

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WhatsApp Gets Picture-In-Picture Mode For Android

We have been looking at WhatsApp’s plans to introduce the picture-in-picture(PiP) mode for Android since a few months and it seems like the company has finally rolled out the feature on Android today. The feature will allow users to watch the Youtube, Facebook and Instagram videos within the App itself. The feature is already available for iOS users and it has been due on Android since many years. Read More