Google shared a new post on the Android Developers blog with a screenshot of a new feature for DNS over TLS. However, the nav bar looked different than what we’re used to. The company quickly edited the screenshot to remove the nav bar but it’s too late. As we all know, ... Read More »
The Google Phone app may just be a dialer, but it can have cool features too. Google agrees, and the company has released a beta program for the app on the Play Store,
If you update to the current test version, you’ll find a bottom navigation bar rather than ... Read More »
Emojis are getting more and more popular (more so with our parents it seems) but there’s no easy, native way to use them on your PC. Google is aiming to fix that, though the feature is still in testing.
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The Honor 7X is Huawei’s latest budget phone under the Honor sub-brand. The $200 smartphone features some impressive specs but unfortunately launched with Android 7.0 Nougat. Fortunately. the Android 8.0 Oreo beta has begun.
If you live in France, Germany, Italy, or Spain, you can download the ... Read More »
It’s no secret that Huawei’s devices have often struggled in the hands of YouTuber JerryRigEverything. He does durability tests on popular smartphones, and quite a few devices on his shelf of shame are Huawei devices. They’re generally durable, but the bend test gets them almost every time.
One of the biggest problems with Android phones is the lack of updates from manufacturers. If you buy a Google phone like the new Pixel 2, you’re guaranteed software and security updates for a ... Read More »
While very few phones have received an update to Android 8.0 Oreo outside of Google’s own lineup, a few manufacturers have offered a beta version of the latest version of Android for their flagships. Nokia is the latest with the release of an Oreo beta for the Read More »
If you’re a smartphone enthusiast, you’ve likely heard of JerryRigEverything. He’s the man that comes off as rudely destructive until you figure out that his tests are valuable and constructive rather than destructive (well, both).
The latest victim is the Pixel 2, and the man doesn’t hold back when he’s not happy. The removal of ... Read More »
Now that Oreo is out and running on Google hardware, every manufacturer is working on the update for its flagship devices and every power user is wondering when they’ll get it on their phones.
It’s difficult to buy a phone sight unseen. Though many of us strictly buy unlocked devices with no carrier bloat and delayed updates, carrier stores can be a blessing for testing a device before you buy it. If it doesn’t sit well in the hand, you won’t enjoy using it for the next year or ... Read More »