ReviewsCollect Helps You Track Your App Reviews

Checking for your App’s progress has become way easier than before and no matter which type of App you have and irrespective of whether it is in the nascent start up stage or at the peak delivery business stage, you have multiple sources on the internet to check every statistics of the App. While revenues and bottom line are the key indicators, you also would like to know what the end users are saying about your App and how you can make it better. Reviews are the “voice of the customer” and if you pay attention to their honest opinions and suggestions, it can’t stop you from leading over your competition. 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

Google’s Messages App Now Includes A Spam Protection Feature

Spams are one of those things in your smartphone which you definitely do not want to be receiving on a daily basis. Keeping this in mind, Google has introduced a spam protection feature on its Messages App. This will help users get rid of all the spam in the App’s inbox without having to worry about it or clean the junk texts manually. The feature was long overdue and it is finally here as a relief for all Android users. Read More

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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

Google Is Working On An Advanced Version Of Android

Google is testing a different version of operating system for mobile phones, that will likely replace Android in the coming future. Android is used by millions of people worldwide who own smartphones of all companies except Apple. The OS is very popular and Google wants to take a bigger step to take Android to an entirely new level. This could happen anytime with Google underway with Fuchsia OS that will most probably take over the existing Android OS. Read More

Google’s New Update For Pixel 3 Phones Fixes Major Bugs

For all the Pixel 3 owners who have been facing issues with the phone’s camera and memory management since October, the new software update by Google brings a stop to these bugs and you can finally start using the phone to it’s best potential. The update includes several patches that also resolve the initial bugs faced by the users after purchasing the phone. Read More

You Will Now Get GIF And Sticker Suggestions On Gboard For Android

Google is making good advancement in the AI technology and has now added a new feature on Android’s Gboard. You will get the GIF button which will give you suggestions based on what you type on the chat window. You can choose among the various GIF’s, stickers and emoji’s to express your feelings in the fastest way. This is so far the best addition on the Gboard which was release back in the year 2016. Read More