Google launches tips and tricks website for Android users

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Google launches tips and tricks website for Android users

Google’s got your back! To make your Android experience better, Google has launched a website feature easy to implement tips and tricks for Android users. The website looks inspired from its own Google Tips website, which provides tips and tricks for users on all platforms using any Google app. More →
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Prisma for Android now available for download on Google Play store

By on July 25, 2016 at 11:56 AM.

Prisma for Android now available for download on Google Play store

Popular photo editing app Prisma that turns all your photos into work of art is now available for Android users. You can now download the Prisma app from Google Play store, but be wary of the fake apps with the same name. Do note that there are several fake Prisma apps on Google Play store as well. More →
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Baidu’s Android marketplace launches new feature to personalize app collection

By on July 19, 2016 at 12:00 AM.

Baidu’s Android marketplace launches new feature to personalize app collection

Baidu’s Android marketplace, MoboMarket, launched a new feature called ‘User Stores’ on Monday. The new features allows users to curate personalised app collections and recommend these apps by sharing them with their friends. More →
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MobiKwik launches a new app for Android

By on July 14, 2016 at 10:30 AM.

MobiKwik launches a new app for Android

MobiKwik has today announced a new app for Android the most popular mobile operating platform in India. This launch makes MobiKwik the lightest mobile wallet app available in India with over 32 million users and a network of 100000 merchants. MobiKwik is packed with features such as bus booking, recharge, utility bills payments etc. The application also allows users to access ongoing offers and locate nearby stores for offline payments with a tap. More →
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Yahoo Mail for iOS and Android updated with new features

By on July 7, 2016 at 4:30 PM.

Yahoo Mail for iOS and Android updated with new features

Yahoo Mail on Thursday introduced several new updates for iOS and Android operating platforms that are focused on allowing users to add personal touch to their inbox. Yahoo now allows iOS users to take back an email right after it’s been sent. After you press send, an option to “undo” will appear at the bottom of your inbox feed for three seconds. Just click that and you’ll stop the email from sending. More →
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HummingBad malware affects millions of Android devices; here’s how to detect and remove it

By on July 6, 2016 at 3:45 PM.

HummingBad malware affects millions of Android devices; here’s how to detect and remove it

A very deadly smartphone malware by the name of ‘HummingBad’ has been recently discovered, and it is believed to have already infected over 10 million Android devices. The malware has increasingly affected Android devices particularly in Asia, with 1.35 million devices reportedly affected in India. A detailed report by cyber security software maker Check Point explains the origins of the malware and how it affects a device. It has also helped out with solutions on how to remove the malware from the infected device. More →
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Google’s full-disk encryption flaw could put millions of Android users at risk

By on July 5, 2016 at 4:30 PM.

Google’s full-disk encryption flaw could put millions of Android users at risk

Google’s Android OS has always been prone to security and vulnerability issues. Last year, we came across two nasty vulnerabilities - Android stagefright that allowed to remotely brick devices with a single SMS, and a CVE-2015-3842 that allowed hackers to run a code with whatever permission that want. Now, the security of your Android smartphone is at risk once again, especially those running on Qualcomm chipsets. More →
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This Android kit can turns smartphone into ‘Game Boy’

By on June 21, 2016 at 3:20 PM.

This Android kit can turns smartphone into ‘Game Boy’

A US-based video game peripherals company has designed a kit that can turn your Android smartphone into hand-held consoles that can play "Game Boy" and "Game Boy Color" games, a media report said. Designed by Hyperkin, the $60 "Smart Boy Development Kit" is available for pre-orders and will start shipping from December 1, tech website wired.com reported. More →
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Google’s senior executive hints Android N could be called Nutella

By on June 15, 2016 at 7:00 PM.

Google’s senior executive hints Android N could be called Nutella

Last month Google invited everyone to suggest a name for its next iteration of Android. The company had set up a dedicated website for users to submit their suggestions. Google's crowdsourcing campaign for the Android N name ended a week ago, and final names that made it the final are Nutella, Neyyappam, Naankhatai and Nuts + Nachos among others. Even as we wait for the final announcement, Android's senior VP Hiroshi Lockheimer has hinted that the next Android version could be called Nutella. More →
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Mobile lock-screen ransomware threatening Android Smart TVs

By on June 15, 2016 at 4:00 PM.

Mobile lock-screen ransomware threatening Android Smart TVs

After bugging smartphones and other devices, a mobile lock-screen ransomware is now threatening Android-powered Smart TVs, security software company Trend Micro International said on Wednesday. Ransomware is a type of malware that renders the victim's computer or specific files unusable and demands a ransom from the victim in return for a cryptographic key which can be used to restore the computer or decrypt the encrypted files. More →
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