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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

Gamers Can Now Connect On ‘Steam Chat App’ For iOS And Android

Valve has released a new App for gamers to discuss and communicate about any game related stuff called the Steam Chat App. The app is now available on both iOS and Android. The App will have the chat features similar to what’s offered on the desktop version of Steam. However, users will not be able to do voice calls at the moment but they can make use of texting in the App. Read More

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Adobe’s Premiere Rush App For Video Editing Comes To Android

Adobe is well known for its photo and video editing applications like Photoshop, Illustrator Premiere, Lightroom. These apps are best suited for a desktop PC but the company is now making them available for smartphone users too. Today, Adobe is offering its Premiere Rush App for Android users, aimed at helping Youtubers for capturing crisp videos and later editing them with all the incredible tools and customisations. Read More

Amazon Pay Brings P2P Payments In India For Android Users

Amazon Pay has made things easier for Indian users today as it will be allowing peer-to-peer payments and transactions in the App. This means that the users will be able to send or receive money with the use of the UPI platform that’s linked to their bank account. The best part about this is that users can transact the money instantly among friends or family without having to worry about any pending bills. Read More

Top 5 Netflix Alternative Apps For iPhone And Android

We all know that Netflix is a fantastic App for streaming movies and TV shows. That being said, there are many people who can’t afford paying the monthly subscription and they search for cheaper or free Netflix alternatives Apps. If you are one of those people, we have good news for you as there are other free Apps that you can use right away to stream all the latest content. Here’s a list of the five best Netflix alternative Apps for iPhone and Android: Read More

Xbox Is Bringing “Forza Street” Racing Game To Android Soon

Xbox announced today that they are releasing a free-to-play racing game – Forza Street, for PC, Android and iOS. The desktop version for Windows 10 is now available and the iOS and Android versions will be launched by the end of this year. The game is basically a spin-off to the actual Forza franchise and you get to race all the vehicles right away. Read More

Top 5 Money Making Apps For Android

What if you could make some passive income without having to step outside your house? You can absolutely do that with the help of a few money making Apps on the Play Store. While you cannot make a living out of these money making Apps for Android, you can still earn some cash without putting much efforts from the comfort of your home. Here’s the list: Read More

Skype Adds Screen Share Feature On iOS And Android

Microsoft has added a new Screen Share feature on Skype, where users can share their phone screens live with the members on this video calling App. The feature is currently available in the beta versions of the App for both iOS and Android. It will be useful for people to share any important slides or presentations with their office colleagues or while explaining something to a family member. Read More