If you’ve ever wanted to try out a game from the Google Play Store without needing to download the entire game onto your 16GB smartphone, the future is looking good for you. Google‘s giving you the ability to play games without actually installing them on your smartphone with Google Play Instant.
Google has just dropped their brand new free Files Go file manager for Android, and it can help to free up more space by clearing unwanted files hassle-free.
Samsung had just recently launched its flagship handsets, the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Even though the devices feature prime specs in almost every aspect, it seems like Samsung’s new flagships do not support Google’s Daydream just yet.
BlackBerry has announced a major update for its present and upcoming Android smartphones that would be made downloadable soon. The update is said to improve certain productivity features that could be found pre-loaded in the phones.
Google has now included a new section to its Play Store for Android versions. We have seen paid games and apps go on sale temporarily which has resulted in many great deals. But that means you still have to pay for it. This new section will feature paid apps that have become free.
First it was the closed beta program for Android, then came the “unreleased” version that was unstable under most circumstances. Now Celcom has finally stepped up their game and officially released their postpaid app that you can download from Google Play Store.
This is probably the best time to try out Google Movies. For a limited time, they are offering any movie for only RM1.49.
Months after its iOS launch, the high-octane digital version of the Exploding Kittens card game has finally landed on Android.
One of Windows (Mobile)’s biggest holes is the fact that the app store is such a barren desert. Many well-known apps are missing and that’s just one of the reasons why people don’t even start to consider the operating system. For the year 2015, Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store have at least 1.2 million apps each – Windows? Only 300,000.
Redmond wanted to solve this, by introducing a Windows Bridge platform aka Project Astoria. Through the project, app developers could easily just port over the same Android code that they used to make apps for the Google Play Store for Windows Phone devices.
Then, last year rumours flared up that Project Astoria was going bust and now Microsoft has confirmed it themselves.
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Prior to the blast from the past issue on Apple’s iPhones, you wouldn’t think that “history” could directly affect our handheld devices – at least not in the literal sense. In light of the 1970s hitting Cupertino’s darling in timely fashion, it looks like Android hackers have been busy too.
This time, it does a lot more damage than its Unix-based brethren. Like wiping all data on your smartphone and spreading the exploit further through random calls and texts.
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