Welcome to 2008: How Apple fanboys gave a fitting reply to Android’s “Welcome to 2012” taunts

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Welcome to 2008: How Apple fanboys gave a fitting reply to Android’s “Welcome to 2012” taunts

Last week, Apple launched the new iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, which will start shipping later this week. As you would expect, the announcement had Android fanboys buzzing who took a swipe at the iPhone 6’s specifications and features. But not to go down without a fight, the Apple fanboys have come back with a fitting reply. More →
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Google Play Newsstand paid content now live in India

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Google Play Newsstand paid content now live in India

Along with Android One smartphones, Google announced yesterday that it is bringing offline access to video sharing website YouTube as well as paid Play Newsstand content to India. Google Play Newsstand paid content access is now live and Android users in India can now go to Play Store on their Android devices or Google Play website to subscribe to news sources. More →
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Everything you should know about Android One

By on September 14, 2014 at 11:12 PM.

Everything you should know about Android One

In just about 13 hours from now, Google will unveil the first Android One smartphones at a press conference in New Delhi. Sundar Pichai, Google's senior vice president for Android, Chrome and Apps, will initiate the proceedings and will unveil his vision of bringing a great Android experience with timely software updates to $100 smartphones. More →
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Google Maps for Android gets turn-by-turn voice navigation in Hindi

By on September 3, 2014 at 3:05 PM.

Google Maps for Android gets turn-by-turn voice navigation in Hindi

Google launched Maps in Hindi back in July this year for its desktop and Android smartphone users. The search giant has taken the next logical step by adding support for turn-by-turn voice navigation in Hindi. More →
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Pocket for Android introduces offline storage limit, better Evernote integration, and more

By on September 3, 2014 at 11:54 AM.

Pocket for Android introduces offline storage limit, better Evernote integration, and more

Pocket, a popular app for managing reading lists of articles from the Web, has updated its Android client with several much-awaited features. It now allows users to control the amount of space Pocket hogs on the device, in addition to letting them undo a deleted article, alongside better integration with note-taking app Evernote.  More →
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One in five Android devices run on KitKat: Google

By on August 13, 2014 at 1:53 PM.

One in five Android devices run on KitKat: Google

Google’s Android KitKat adoption continues to grow steadily since its launch in October 2013. The latest version of Android has found its place on 20.9 percent of devices in August, according to latest figures released by Google. Android KitKat has seen a steady rise from 13.6 percent in June to 18 percent in July. Android Jelly Bean, on the other hand, has shown a marginal decline to 54.2 percent from 56.5 percent since July. More →
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Top 5 Android KitKat smartphones in India priced under Rs 5,000

By on August 7, 2014 at 5:53 PM.

Top 5 Android KitKat smartphones in India priced under Rs 5,000

Ever since the Motorola Moto E entered the Indian smartphone market, local brands have reacted to its popularity by launching ultra-affordable Android KitKat smartphones. Suddenly there are many smartphones to choose from if you are shifting from a feature phone to a smartphone and don’t want to spend a lot of money. Here are five Android KitKat smartphones — listed in the order of their price — you can buy in India today for less than Rs 5,000. More →
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Google Now launcher now available for all devices running Android 4.1 and above

By on August 3, 2014 at 9:40 AM.

Google Now launcher now available for all devices running Android 4.1 and above

Google has finally released a launcher that brings easy access to Google Now on Android devices. The Google Now launcher is now available on the Play Store that brings Google Now to all devices running on Android 4.1 and upwards. More →
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Freedome, an Android and iOS app that lets you surf the Internet anonymously

By on July 27, 2014 at 12:34 PM.

Freedome, an Android and iOS app that lets you surf the Internet anonymously

Security solutions firm F-Secure has introduced a mobile application, Freedome app, for surfing the Internet anonymously. The company claims the app enables users mask their IP address and hide their real location. It further claimed that this app is an ideal choice to counter cyber snooping. More →
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