Category Archives: Android

Google Translate: How to translate text in photos on Android

Follow these steps to translate text in photos on Android | Picture for Representation It often happens when we travel to a new place and don’t know the local language of that place, we have to depend on someone who can help us by translating the language. Ever imagined what will happen if there is no one to… Read More »

Craigslist now has an Android app, and it’s already down to two stars on Google Play

Even all these years after its introduction in 1995, Craigslist is still the top place to find cars, houses, and outdated furniture for sale near you. After a short beta period, official mobile apps are now available, but the Android version hasn’t been well-received. The Craigslist app mirrors the functionality of the existing site: you can find jobs, buy and… Read More »

Want to ask question in Google Maps on Android? Follow these simple steps

Follow these steps to ask question in Google Maps on Android | Picture for Representation Google Maps is one of the most popular apps for navigation offering a variety of user-friendly features. Google Maps helps to give directions to its users for trips by foot, car, bike or public transportation. So if you are a Google Maps user… Read More »

How to manage your Android lock screen

Google recently announced that it was going to introduce Ambient Mode to Android lock screens, which would display interesting and useful info on your lock screen, effectively turning your phone into a smart display. It may be a while before many Android phones have this capability — as of this writing, only two Lenovo tablets and two Nokia phones are… Read More »

Huawei Beats Google — Offers $220,000 For ‘Zero-Click’ Android Phone Hacks

Huawei has fended off questions about secret backdoors in its smartphone and networking technology for years. Now it’s going to reward hackers for finding them in its Android-based mobile phones and in the process is outdoing Google. In a bug bounty launch last week, Huawei said it would pay up to $220,000 (€200,000) for demonstrating a “critical” weakness in one… Read More »

Google Assistant is giving Android Auto users the silent treatment – what to do

The beauty of Google Assistant is being able to control an Android device without having to touch it. It’s a concept that’s perfectly suited to driving, and Google Assistant integrates neatly with Android Auto for voice-driven in-car control. Or at least that’s the idea. According to a Google Assistant user who got in touch with Android Police, the digital… Read More »

Android Auto standalone app now available for Android 10 users

Google recently integrated Android Auto with the Android 10 operating system, removing the need for a separate app. But this meant that Android 10 users who own a car with a non-compatible head unit would no longer be able to use Android Auto just on their phone, which was possible in the past. So in September, Google promised… Read More »

OnePlus 6, OnePlus 6T Get Android 10 Based OxygenOS 10 Update

OnePlus has started rolling out the Android 10-based OxygenOS 10 update for the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T. Taking to the OnePlus forum, Manu J, the Global Product Operations Manager wrote, “We are very excited to announce that we are ready to roll out OxygenOS version 10.0 based on Android 10 for the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T.” According… Read More »

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

Welcome to the 290th edition of Android Apps Weekly! Here are the big headlines from the last week: Google is apparently playing it close to the vest in terms of software development. The company isn’t opening the Motion Sense API to developers so no apps can use it right now. Motion Sense works with third party music apps, but that’s natively… Read More »

Google Pixel 4: Android And Assistant Are Evolving

NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 15: The new Google Pixel 4 smartphone is displayed during a Google launch … [+] GETTY IMAGES I have a few takeaways from my limited time with Google’s newly released Pixel 4 XL, but one that I keep coming back to is how slick the device is. From the well thought-out UI and detailed animations for… Read More »