Every new Android update brings several new features to the community, but some are exclusive to Pixel phones. One such exclusive feature, called Now Playing, left us burning up in envy. Thanks to an indie app developer, things have changed for the better.
Nearby Share has been the Android equivalent of Apple’s AirDrop feature, but it isn’t as seamless. Nearby Share feels clunky at times and lacks on some fronts. For instance, it doesn’t allow you to share files to your own devices. An improvement in this aspect has finally arrived.
Android 12 features a dynamic theming engine called “Monet,” but it doesn’t let you tweak the colors it picks from the current wallpaper. Repainter is an app that helps customization enthusiasts work around this issue and use custom colors across the user interface (UI).
Microsoft has finally announced Windows 11 with tons of new features and a macOS-inspired dock. Windows 11 will be offered as a free upgrade. Microsoft had us surprised with Android app support. Yes, Windows 11 will support Android apps via Microsoft Store.
Yesterday, the Government of India banned 59 apps that are developed by Chinese brands or are linked to China. The list of banned apps and games include some big names like TikTok, Cam Scanner, Clash of Kings, Likee, ShareIt, and UC Browser. If you were using these apps in India, you might want to look for safer alternatives.
Over the past few days, two Android apps—Mitron and Remove China Apps—have been trending in India for different reasons. Now, both apps have been removed by Google from the Play Store. And now we know the reason why the internet search giant had to remove them.
Google today announced Gallery Go, a new photo gallery app that brings packs some of the features of Google Photos but works offline. As the name suggests though, Gallery Go has been primarily designed for low-end Android devices.
Initially launched as a beta last year, Spotify’s Lite Android app is now official and now available in over 36 countries. As the name suggests, Spotify Lite is a ‘lite’ version of the main Spotify app meant to work smoothly on low-end devices and on slow and spotty internet connection.
U.S Regulators are arming themselves to start yet another antitrust probe of Google. Meanwhile, the complaint box is getting filled up with app developers and others accusing Google of using its dominant position to kill competition. Portugal-based Aptoide is one such app that claims to be affected by Google’s actions.
Do you want to figure out how to make money online? But you don’t have the time or the resources to start your own website or online business? All you need to start generating passive income online is your Android phone. Instead of spending an hour on social media every day, use the following apps to start making a couple of bucks instead. Here’s how you can make money on your Android Phone.