Don t you just hate it when you are about to install a new cool app but cannot because your storage on your smartphone is almost full? Getting that not enough storage space prompt and then trying to figure out which apps should be deleted is definitely not a nice feeling. Well, Google is finally going to address this problem with its feature called 'Uninstall Manager', which will suggest you the apps you should delete from your smartphone to have more storage.
After it launched LYF Flame 3 earlier this week, Reliance Digital has launched yet another entry-level smartphone under its LYF series called the LYF Flame 4. Priced at Rs. 3,999, the new smartphone is listed on the company's website and is available via offline stores. Just like the LYF Flame 3, this Flame 4 is one of the most affordable smartphones in the market right now to come with 4G LTE with VoLTE support. The LYF Flame 3 is also available for Rs 3,999.
Digital analytics firm Similar Web has released a survey about the top instant messaging apps across the world. The report is based on Android users across 187 countries. Not much to our surprise, WhatsApp was rated as the world's most popular instant messaging app. According to the survey, WhatsApp was leader in 107 countries, which is about 55.6 percent of the world. WhatsApp led in countries like Brazil, Mexico, India and Russia, and several countries in South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Oceania.
If you love using WhatsApp, here's a word of warning. Some users are reporting about receiving a message that asks them to upgrade to an exclusive version of the app, called 'WhatsApp Gold'. But beware, this is nothing but a scam and will potentially put your personal data at risk, Independent reports. Having received this message, users are then directed to www.goldenversion.com, but at the time of filing this story, the website is down.
Apple has been granted a patent that hints at a feature that could be offered with the car being developed under Project Titan. This patent involves a way of controlling different aspects of a car using an iPhone, as well as creating temporary car keys for others. The owner with full control of the car will be able to authorize secondary devices to access different features of the car.
You ve got a reason to be excited if you are a Chromebook user. Now, you will be able to download apps from Google Play Store on your Chromebooks. This means that the apps that you were running on your phones and tablets will now run on Chromebooks as well. According to Google, you can use the apps from the Google Play Store on your Chromebooks without any effect on the speed, security or experience.
In the first quarter of this year, 23.5 million smartphones where shipped in India, which marks a 5.2 percent year-over-year growth, IDC report reveals. At the same time though, this is second consecutive quarter that has seen a dip in smartphone shipments. In addition to shipment data, the IDC report also highlights some of the trends in the smartphone industry, including the impact of Make in India, and a shift in the list of top-five vendors of India. We have picked out five such trends worth highlight from the IDC report.
Netflix has rolled out a new website that lets you check the download speed of your Internet connection in real time and at any place in the world. It works for both broadband and mobile Internet connection. But the website just tests your download speed, since Netflix's service depends majorly on that.
Xiaomi had unveiled its Mi Max phablet in China last week. The 6.44-inch smartphone has seen an overwhelming response from the customers since the announcement. Xiaomi had earlier this week said that it had got over 10 million registrations for its first flash sale of the Mi Max. Now, Xiaomi's Global Vice President Hugo Barra has revealed that the number of registrations has surpassed 16 million.
Your smartphone is not just a phone anymore, it is also a treasure trove of personal information. Besides PINs and pass codes, fingerprint scanners are increasingly becoming a way of securing a device. But in truth, your fingerprint maybe the weakest of ways to secure a device. The Verge has shared a video which shows how easily one can break into someone s phone by copying their fingerprints.