Google To Unveil Android VR At The I/O Developers Conference

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Google will be unveiling their latest VR Headset dubbed “Android VR” at their I/O Developers conference next week. Unlike the Google Cardboard, Android VR headset won’t require a smartphone or a powerful PC to function. Android Police spotted a placeholder in Google Play’s developer console suggesting the confirmation for the Virtual Reality headset and suggesting an unveil soon.  Read More

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The Most Amazing Way To Connect Via Phone Affordably – Rebtel For iOS And Android

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Rebtel by Rebtel Services S.a.r.l. is probably the next best way to make international calls. The App is really cheap with price starting from just $1 per month. Another surprising factor to the App is that you don’t need to have an always active internet connection to make these calls. The calls are made through the App itself. However, you do need to add Calling Credits to your account before you can access the full potential of Rebtel. The App has some great features to go with and is completely free to download on both iOS and Android. Read More

Major Plans For Android One – Google

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Back in 2014, Google had launched the Android One program on low-spec devices to bring the whole Android suite to the masses. It’s been almost two years since the launch of the program and they have not achieved the kind of success the company hoped for. However, Google is still not giving up on the idea and have some serious plans for the future regarding their Android One Program. Read More

Apple Hard At Work – Updates Apple Music

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According to a article on Bloomberg News, Apple Inc is planning a complete makeover for Apple Music to make it ” more intuitive” for it’s users. The article also suggested that the new Apple Music would have better integration and optimization in terms of streaming and downloading music and they would also be completely overhauling and expanding their Radio Service. It is also rumored that Apple will unveil this update at the WorldWide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June this year. Read More

A New Virtual Reality Headset Announced By Samsung

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We at TheAppleGoogle have some great news for our Samsung users. Samsung, during their Developers Conference in San Francisco announced that they are working on a “standalone” Virtual Reality headsets. This would be a prime competition to the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive.  Samsung also confirmed that the said VR headset would work independently without a smartphone. Read More

Quasi’s Quest – Possibly Harder Than Flappy Bird

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Quasi’s Quest is an Action/Adventure game by developers One More Round. The game is probably the toughest and the most challenging game we have reviewed so far on TheAppleGoogle. The game may look childish and silly but this is everything but that.  The game keeps the players on their toes as one wrong move can result in one life being lost. Yes, that’s a stipulation as well. The game promises to keep all players on their toes and make them jump with excitement after completing a level. Read More

Our Top 3 Android Phones So Far – 2016

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2016 has been a roller-coaster of a ride so far. We have seen a lot happen just over 4 months of time. Samsung launched their Galaxy S7, Apple had a year-on-year decline. Nonetheless we have seen some great phones launched in the market ranging from a wide variety of price and features. Some have rocked the shelves in stores and some have been shelved for some of the other reason. So today we will look at some great devices that have been rocking the stores since the day of launch in 2016. Here is our list of the top 3 must have Android phones in 2016 Read More

Apple’s Second Quarterly Report Signals Tough Time For Apple

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On 26th of April 2016, Apple Inc announced it’s first year-on-year decline in profits since 2003, the first time ever in the history of the iPhone. The share price of Apple fell by 8% within hours after they released their quarterly report resulting in decline of nearly $46 Billion in market value.  Being said that, the question that lies ahead is “What must Apple do to recover from this situation?” Read More