Author Archives: Khamosh Pathak

Now That Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Is Officially Discontinued, Here Are the Best Alternatives

Now That Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Is Officially Discontinued, Here Are the Best Alternatives

It’s official. After weeks of turmoil, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is officially discontinued. Samsung will no longer manufacture, sell or replace the Note 7. That means, that if you already had a Note 7 or were looking to buy one, you need to look somewhere else. Where exactly? Below are your best options.

Top 17 WhatsApp Tricks and Tips for Android

Top 17 WhatsApp Tricks and Tips for Android

For countries like India, WhatsApp has become the default way of mobile communication. It has replaced SMS completely and soon might do so for VOIP calls as well. WhatsApp has more than a billion active users worldwide, and it is extremely popular in Asian countries. And while it might look like a simple SMS replacement app on the top, it’s filled with many rich features underneath.

How to Get Android N like Quick App Switcher for Any Android Phone

How to Get Android N like Quick App Switcher for Any Android Phone

Google added a small feature to the overhauled multitasking system in Android N. Of course, all the praise goes to just how well Google seems to have pulled off the split screen multitasking. But to me, the little-known feature of quick app switching is even better. Just double tap the “Recent Apps” button and you’re instantly transported to the last app you used. Genius.

How to Disable Data Access for Rogue Apps on Your Android Phone

How to Disable Data Access for Rogue Apps on Your Android Phone

Sometimes Android apps go rogue. It happens. It will either be an app that decides to download large amounts of data when you’re not looking at it or an app that just keeps refreshing in the background and eating into your cellular data plan – 10, 20, 30 MB at a time.

The best Android apps for ICC T20 World Cup 2016

The best Android apps for ICC T20 World Cup 2016

The 6th edition of ICC T20 World Cup is upon us. And this edition is hosted in India. If you’re not the kind of person who finds themselves in front of a TV screen every time the game is on (and let’s face it, the hours can be pretty weird depending on your time zone), you’re going to need Android apps to keep yourself updated. Lucky for you, we’ve got the best of the bunch right here.