Category: Android

How to lock your WhatsApp chats with fingerprint on Android

How to lock your WhatsApp chats with fingerprin...

November 5, 2019 By King

Whatsapp recently rolled out fingerprint authentication for Android app to allow users to secure their chats from unauthorised access by others. Not only it is an added layer of security for chats, but it also keeps users from installing third-party app lockers. While the WhatsApp for iOS received this feature earlier this year, the Android

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Android, IOS Users Can Now Check Out Call Of Du...

October 1, 2019 By King

You can now play Call of Duty: Mobile (aka Call of Duty Mobile) within your Android smartphones. The action-adventure game is now live, as Activision promised. Call of Duty Mobile is free to play on mobile phones. The game is also live for iOS. Call of Duty Mobile Now, a major USP of Call of

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Android, IOS Users Can Now Check Out Call Of Duty Mobile
How to schedule Android 10’s dark theme for any time of day

How to schedule Android 10’s dark theme for any...

September 15, 2019 By King

The dark theme in Android 10 is one of the most anticipated features in the update, but it’s missing some options that users want. One of those is the ability to schedule the dark and light themes in Android 10 based on the time of day and now, thanks to a third-party developer, that’s possible. Originally,

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Android 10 Expected Release on September 3 And ...

August 27, 2019 By King

The next version of Android, called Android 10, is expected to release on September 3. At least for the Google Pixel line-up of phones, that is. While Google themselves have not confirmed the release date for Android 10 just yet, this piece of information comes from a Google Support Agent who mentioned to a Pixel

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Android 10 Expected Release on September 3 And Google Pixel Phones Get it First
Google ditches dessert names, announces Android Q will be officially called Android 10

Google ditches dessert names, announces Android...

August 24, 2019 By King

Google announces Android Q at I/O event this year. During the announcement, Google announced some features of Android Q but didn’t confirm the official name of the new Android version. After a long wait, the official name of Android Q is now here. On Thursday, Google announced that the new Android version or Android Q

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Google stops sharing Android user data that hel...

August 20, 2019 By King

Google is ending a service that saw it share Android data with wireless carriers globally to help them better understand the network coverage they provided, the company has confirmed. Reuters reports that the Mobile Network Insights service, which Google launched in 2017 but which has gone largely unnoticed until now, was meant to help carriers plan or upgrade

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Google stops sharing Android user data that helped carriers plan coverage
Huawei Unveils HarmonyOS to Rival Android, Says ‘Can Immediately Switch’ to It if Needed

Huawei Unveils HarmonyOS to Rival Android, Says...

August 9, 2019 By King

Chinese telecom giant Huawei unveiled its own operating system on Friday, as it faces the threat of losing access to Android systems amid escalating US-China trade tensions. Richard Yu, the head of Huawei’s consumer business, told a press conference in the southern city of Dongguan that the new system, called HarmonyOS or HongMeng in Chinese,

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Google brings its hearing assistance app to old...

July 26, 2019 By King

Google’s app for the hard of hearing is now within reach of many more people. The tech firm’s Sound Amplifier app now supports devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or later, not just 9.0 Pie like it did months ago. You won’t need a relatively cutting edge device to understand a conversation or sound from a TV — just a

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