Google has announced that it will be including Youtube Music by default in each of the upcoming Android 10 smartphones. Basically if you buy a new Android device running on Android 10, you won’t have to install the App separately. Also, the YouTube Music App will take the place of Google Play Music on Android 10 operating system. Read More
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Google has officially rolled out the Android 10 update for all Pixel phones after teasing about it back in May at the annual developer conference Google I/O. This latest version of Android operating system comes with the much anticipated system wide dark mode along with other useful features. Read More
New information put out by Phone Arena says that Android Q, now known as Android 10, is officially rolling out to Pixel devices on September 3. Earlier, a report said that Android 10 will only makes its way in Pixel 4 series, but it now seems that it will be soon available for earlier Pixel models as well. Read More
Nintendo games are very popular around the world and it was not until recently that the company began diving into the smartphone gaming industry. Games like Fire Emblem Heroes, Dragalia Lost and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp have accumulated good fan base since 2016. Now, the company will be launching Dr. Mario for mobile this July. Read More
The news that the multinational retail giant, Walmart, is selling Android phones for under $10 is all over the internet. Yes, you read it right, $10. The two phones they are selling are the Tracfone LG “Sunrise” L15G and LG “Lucky” LG16. The features of both are the same except that one is a GSM version and other is CDMA version. Read More
Google has officially started its Android One initiative in India, introducing three new devices running stock Android KitKat, all priced at around $100 (6000 Indian Rupees). The devices were released in partnership with three local brands, Micromax, Karbonn, and Spice Mobiles:
- Spice Android One Dream UNO Mi-498
- Micromax Canvas A1
- Karbonn Sparkle V
Whether it is for holiday or work, travelling can be a stressful thing. Getting to the airport, flight delays, reserving hotel rooms, hiring a car, and many such things get in the way of enjoying your holiday, exploring your destination or securing that business deal that you have travelled across the globe for. But all these obstacles can be removed with a few taps on your android device. Here is a list of 10 Android Apps that make for the perfect travelling companions. Read More
Singapore based SendItz announces the release of a newly improved version of SendItz for iOS & Android. SendItz gives users the power to send, share, & store photos, videos, & music across mobile devices & computers. Enhanced, the app now allows users to share much larger files at higher speeds, features improved photo viewing modes & controls, & the capability to save photos & videos directly to users’ devices. Senditz’ open cloud storage & cross-platform file sharing features remain as well.
Singapore – SendItz, an emerging mobile and digital application development studio, is excited today to announce the launch of SendItz 1.0.2 onto the App Store and Google Play. Universally compatible across all iOS and Android devices, this unique content sharing and cloud storage portal is better than ever. Users still have access to a terabyte of personal cloud storage space, but are now able to share files as large as 100 GB – instead of only 2GB – with other users across platforms and devices! The newly updated app also features double the download speed for incoming files, improved photo viewing options, and now allows users to save all files externally right on their device’s gallery for safekeeping or to share via 3rd party platforms like Facebook, WhatsApp, and others as well! SendItz 1.0.2 is currently available for free on the App Store and Google play in both markets’ respective Productivity categories.
SendItz is built to give users the power to send, share, and store photos, videos, and music across all of their mobile devices and computers freely, and with its most recent update the app has lifted even more restrictions to give users a truly open way to share – 2GB is a small limit for file sharing in the modern world, and with Senditz 1.0.2 it’s a thing of the past! Ample cloud storage space, hassle-free registration, contact connection options, and file security features abound as well. Users can even access their account directly from the web via www.senditz.com, and users’ accounts automatically sync with their contact lists. Video, audio, and image files can be stored, viewed, and shared back and forth seamlessly internally or between users, and text documents can be shared to mobile devices from computers with ease as well.
SendItz ensures that regardless of what users like to share, including full photo and music albums and high-definition videos, is fair game and can be shared without worry of hitting repressive file-size limits as is so often the case with email attachments and other messaging systems. The app’s intuitive photo viewing controls now let users zoom and swipe across photos seamlessly, and local file storage options enable them to share content they receive through the app out via social media platforms freely as well. Modern media should be as mobile as your smartphone and equally as easy to keep safe and at your fingertips. Get SendItz and ensure you’ve got the tools to do just that without running out of space or battling data restrictions again while on the go with SendItz!
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Call Of Duty has finally launched its own version of first-person battery royale game called Call of Duty:Mobile in competition with PUBG and Fortnite on both Android and iOS. The game has been developed by Activision and Tencent’s Timi Studio and takes place in the same universe of the Call Of Duty franchise. Read More