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
Search Results for: 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 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
Google announced in December 2017 that Google Play Store will require new apps and app updates to provide with 64-bit versions in addition to their 32-bit versions to ensure apps are built on latest APIs optimized for security and performance. Almost all Android devices can run 64-bit apps. Now, the 64-bit Chrome for Android is imminent. But, the app only supports Android devices running at least Android 10. Older devices that do not support Android 10 will keep running the 32-bit version of the web browser. If you visit chrome://version on the Chrome Stable (version 83) and Chrome Beta (version 84) for Android, you will notice they are listed as 32-bit applications. However, Chrome Dev (version 85) and Chrome Canary, (version 86) show 64-bit. So, it is certain that the next versions of the browser will switch to 64-bit. Read More
As the ongoing pandemic continues to keep many of us at home, all the negative news that we consume can take a toll on our overall health. Taking care of our mental and physical health is more important than anything to not feel overwhelmed by everything going around. One of the best ways to ensure a healthy body and mind is by doing yoga. Yoga has numerous benfits on our physical health – increasing muscle strength, improving respiration, weight reduction, maintaining the right metabolism, increasing flexibility and much more. Mental benefits of yoga include – improved concentration, reduction in stress and anxiety, self-awareness and developing coping skills for a more positive outlook towards life.
Particularly during this time when being healthy and having a strong immune system is so important, yoga can do wonders. With the right app on your phone, you can practice yoga at your home without breaking the social distancing rule. Here we have Top 5 Yoga Apps for your Android phone: Read More
The Facebook-owned WhatsApp, has revealed a host of new features for users on iPhone, Android and WhatsApp Web. WhatsApp on Wednesday announced that the messaging app will be getting Animated Stickers, Dark Mode for web, QR codes, enhanced Video Calls and disappearing status feature for KaiOS. It was long reported by WABetaInfo that the company is testing QR codes and working on Animated Stickers feature and now finally WhatsApp has started testing it. Another highly awaited feature is the multi-device support, that the messaging app has been working on for the longest time now and can be out for testing any time soon.
Let us look at the five newly released features by WhatsApp: Read More
This year’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference witnessed a host of announcement made by Apple. The company revealed the all new iOS 14 with multiple new features along with iPadOS 14, MacOS Big Sur and updates to the current TVOS and WatchOS, as well as switching to ARM processor in MacBooks . Among all the new features that were announced with iOS 14 update, there were few that resembled Android features. Read More
The latest Android 11 Beta includes support for 62 new emojis, the number goes up to 117 emojis along with variations. Interestingly, this is the first official announcement made by Google in the context of the new upcoming operating system. The Consortium responsible for maintaining the global standard for emoji, had released the Unicode emoji 13.0 list earlier in the month of January. Read More
With a new normal demanding you to maintain social distancing, there are quite a lot of ways to keep yourself engaged and entertained. How about preparing a virtual game night plan with your companions and hit the night with games and fun? So, here’s a question for you, Are you someone who is an avid gamer and has a love for puzzles? If this is something that gets you going, then the Scandinavian Puzzle Game – Viking Lumberjack is definitely for you. Read More
Be it a professional or an amateur, everyone likes their photo to stand out in the crowd and that’s why we use a photo editor. Finding a good photo editor might seem like a task as Play Store offers so many Apps that we can use for editing. But the question still remains, which are the best one’s amongst them? If this is your cue, then don’t worry as TheAppleGoogle has got you covered. We have come up with the top 5 Photoshop-like Apps for Android that will give you just what you need. Read More