Google’s Play Store is full of apps and games, but one category that has taken off more in the last year or so is messaging applications. There are a ton of messaging apps available on Android, many of which see millions of active users each and every day. Leading the charge is Facebook, who just this week announced a brand new messaging app, and the possibility of another.
A new Huawei smartphone is on the forecast, and rumors are just starting to emerge. The Chinese company will announce its Huawei P10 successor, presumably the Huawei P11, some time within the next few months. Interestingly though, the latest leak suggests that the Android flagship phone will bring not one, not two, but three rear cameras.
There are a lot of choices when it comes to messaging apps on Android, and a recent report suggests that a new one is coming.
Google and Amazon share a large piece of the smart home market. Hence, the two are very competitive with each other. A few weeks ago, we were informed that Google had blocked YouTube from being used on select Amazon smart devices, due to the retailer removing Google’s sale listings of Chromecast on its retail site. Matters are only getting worse, as Google will now remove YouTube access on Amazon’s Echo Show speaker and the company’s Fire TV consoles.
Earlier this year, Samsung released a fitness wearable namely the ‘Gear Fit2 Pro.’ A deal is actively being run on it for the holiday season, but you’ll have to act fast.
Surprise! Just one week after releasing the second Android 8.1 Oreo developer preview, Google has gone ahead with the public release of the software, as promised back in October. The version is the first maintenance of Android 8.0 (Google’s major overhaul) to roll out publicly, and it’s arriving with Android Oreo ‘Go Edition.’ Here’s everything you need to know about it.
The Snapdragon 845 chipset that has been rumored ever since the early days of Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL rumors, just went official. Qualcomm announced the high-end mobile processor on Wednesday, and gave us some detail.
As they do almost every year, Google has announced the best apps, games, songs, movies, TV shows, and books of 2017. Here are the results.