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Android Q Will Likely Have a New Gesture Instead Of The Back Button

Google’s Android team is looking to completely remove the back button functionality in the upcoming Android Q. According to sources, this could be replaced by a gesture which will let users go back from any App or screen by swiftly swiping left on the home button. XDA developers learned about this new update recently when they came across a leak showing a set of codes from Android Q. Read More

Leaked Google “Coral” Device Could Possibly Come With Android Q

New benchmark tests published on Geekbench shows to have come up from a new device by Google named “Coral”. There is no mention of the device yet in the open market and it seems like the company has already testing the successor to the Pixel 3 devices with Android Q. Yes, you heard it right and you must also be surprised as the next version of Android is still not here and is due to be launched in May. Read More

Android Q Will Feature System Wide Dark Mode

Android users have been anticipating a system wide dark mode for a while now with all the rumours and speculations in the past few months. Google has not given any confirmation yet, but hinted the dark mode in a few Apps on the Samsung One UI running on Android Pie. A complete Dark themed Android device will come with its own benefits for OLED users who have been reporting battery drains while using the normal white theme. Read More

Quiz Pursuit For iOS And Android – How Good Is Your General Knowledge?

How often do you play quiz games and imagine that you could do much better? We all want to keep learning and expanding our general knowledge on variety of topics and be the best. Quiz Pursuit, by Edutainment Inc is an amazing quiz App that has millions of questions ranging from multiple topics like sports, movies and much more. You can also challenge your friends with trivia and score high points by answering as many questions possible. Read More

Gmail App Gets A Design Upgrade With Material Theme, Now Available On iOS And Android

Google is rolling out a newer version of Gmail starting today, based on the Material Theme design that can be seen across few of the other Google Apps. The redesign will come with unique stylings and fonts that can be seen on the latest update of the App in iOS and Android. This comes after Google had added the new design to the Gmail website last year and had received a good response from the users. Read More

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Jacks Or Better For Android – A Classic Poker Game With Endless Fun

Poker games have evolved so much through these years and you may wonder how you got every single aspect fitted perfectly on an App in your smartphone. Gone are the days when you used to play among your friends with poker cards, as your smartphone can now single handedly do all the tasks for you with a single tap. Jacks or Better from Zarzilla Games is a fresh take on this casino genre where there are already several games on the Play Store competing with each other. Read More

Reliance Jio Launches Jio Browser App For Android Users

Reliance Jio has been on the forefront of the telecom services in India since the past year with cheaper plans that suits the masses compared to Vodafone and Airtel. Also, with the Jio phone on offer, calling and data services have become very much affordable in the country. Also, multiple services are available on the My Jio App for media and entertainment for free. Now, Jio has gone ahead and launched its very own browser called “Jio Browser”. Read More

Voice Search On YouTube For Android Gets A Fresh Update

YouTube has improved the voice search on its Android App with new features starting today. Users can now browse around the App with new commands without having to search manually for it. This will help people get faster to what’s needed and save time whenever the App is opened to search for something within it. The voice search could be regarding your history that shows all your previously seen videos or it could simply be to show your downloaded videos. Read More

Pop-up Ads On Android Sucks

Android OS has been around in the smartphone industry since its launch in 2005 and many people actually fail to realise how it has changed the scenario of how people communicate in the present compared to the keypad cellular phones in the past. Also, for most of us who do not use an iOS operated iPhone, we cannot imagine a smartphone without Android. Read More

Android Users Are Switching To iPhone XR

A recent report by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) shows that a large number of Android users have started moving to iPhone XR owing to the cheaper price of the smartphone. Compared to the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, this less expensive iPhone has been more popular among the crowd even though the sales haven’t been on the rise for Apple as seen from multiple statistics this year. Read More