Reading comic books on smaller screens is tough. To make out the text, you often have to zoom in, missing out on the complex layouts and art. Comics should be enjoyed as a whole, and that’s tough when you’re reading them on a phone or small tablet.
Google has come up with a solution based ... Read More »
When it comes to downloading apps to your Android device, you’re free to get them anywhere. The Play Store is the most popular source and likely the safest, but you can use any store or even download APKs and install them directly.
However, downloading apps from outside of the Play Store presents risks. Many APKs ... Read More »
Samsung Smart Glow is a feature that will be available in the upcoming Galaxy J2 2016, and it’s pretty awesome. It’s a ring around the camera that illuminates like a notification LED and can be configured to show specific notifications.
Additionally, but Smart Glow can assist you with taking rear camera selfies. It will illuminate when the device detects ... Read More »
Remember back when Facebook Messenger was young and it offered an SMS feature? You could have Facebook messaging and texting in one app, floating above your screen using chat heads. Unfortunately, the SMS feature was removed from the app due to low adoption rates.
Thankfully, Facebook is reintroducing the feature, but it’s better this time ... Read More »
360-degree photos are nothing new. Google introduced Photo Spheres quite a long time ago, though the stitching method was never great. However, we’re seeing the proliferation of dedicated 360-degree cameras lately, and 360-degree photos are getting more popular.
Starting tomorrow, Facebook is adding support for 360-degree photos. Though many users will ... Read More »
Sony’s Small Apps was a feature that allowed select few apps to float above the current app, much like Samsung has done on some of its devices. This allowed you to use some functions, like a calculator, on the fly. Unfortunately, it seems that the feature is no more.
Google Maps Driving Mode, a feature that has been available to a limited amount of people, allows you to use navigation without actually having a destination. Do you like having your map open to check on traffic and location, but don’t necessarily have a destination in mind? This feature is for you.
Sometimes you’ll upload a YouTube video and notice something that shouldn’t be there. Whether that’s a person’s face, a license plate, or anything else, YouTube’s editor will now allow you to blur it out from your desktop.
The best part about this new feature is that it’s not just a blur feature, but it’ll follow whatever ... Read More »