With cases such as Cambridge Analytica and Facebook or with the latest viruses found in official stores such as the Google Play Store or the Chrome Web Store, the most cautious Android users are constantly on the alert. And there is no way to relax: we also learned that every ten seconds a new virus for Android is born.Read More »Android P will veto apps that spy with camera and microphone without your permission
The Google operating system, Android, is updated year after year to make our mobile phone use a much more practical and fun experience. If 2016 was the year of Android 7 Nougat, with all that entailed (multi-screen, shortcuts, energy saving), 2017 will be Android O. Be that as it may, and with the rumors pointing out that Google could make Android 8 official during the next week, we will tell you the 5 key features of Android O.Read More »The 5 key features that will come to your mobile with Android O 8.0
New update for Samsung terminal, specifically for the Galaxy J5 counts from now with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop version. Interestingly, this update comes just when leaked photos and features of the 2016 J5.
This new version will offer higher performance to our phone, as primarily have focused on correcting various errors of previous versions, such as when we were activating the way of saving battery on devices that were encrypted.
Although Android 6 version is the one in the latest handsets, like the Galaxy S6 Edge, many still have the Lollipop, precisely which has been updated for the Galaxy J5.Read More »The Samsung Galaxy J5 is updated to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
When talking about the maintenance of an Android phone, the application cache is usually a matter that occupies much of the role of maintenance of the phone. Clear the cache of the mobile is essential to ensure fluidity in the operating system, as well as also comes in handy in order to save space in the internal memory. On this occasion, what we bring is a simple trick to clean the entire cache of Android mobile, without going erasing one by one cache for each application.
This trick is valid for virtually all manufacturers of mobile, and the only thing that varies between one model and another is the exact procedure to follow to get to the section in question. Although it will be obvious for more experienced users, it is a procedure that does not know the unfamiliar users with less experience in the Android operating system. Read More »Trick to clean the entire cache of Android mobile
Today I’d like to extend my thanks to adonismobile.com for including this article on Android security on their page. Theirs is a great site to catch up on what’s happening right now in the mobile world, from juicy rumors to new tech. If you’re interested in the physical end of device security, consider reading their article about the nearly indestructible Moto X Force.
As you may already be aware, your Android device isn’t immune to cyberattacks. Although cyberattacks are commonly linked to computer use, any device that connects to the internet is susceptible so precautions should always be taken when using your favorite internet-enabled devices. Cyberattacks can not only lead to a total crash of your operating system, but also identity theft and a complete invasion of your privacy.Read More »How to Improve the Security of Your Android Device
Hangouts was, until now, one of the unfinished business of Google. The version 4.0 is now available in the Google Play with new features that have raised it to the height of its main rivals. Now, Telegram, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger have new competition.
Google announced via its blog, this new update for Android that just has nothing of the old GTalk. “We’ve been working hard in great improvements to Hangouts faster, simple and easy” says the company. And the truth is that the service promises.
The first change is appreciated just open the new version: new Material Design. Hangouts is now more elegant, while intuitive, so that its management is not complicated.Read More »Google Hangouts updates on Android to compete with WhatsApp
We expected and the day has come. After its presentation at the Google I/O as Android L, Android 5.0 Lollipop is here, the mobile operating system that will come to change everything, to overturn the Holo paradigm and move to Material paradigm. This was announced by Google in its official blog. It involves, as we have said on occasion, the biggest change in the platform from Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The update will arrive in stages via OTA (Over-The-Air) to the Nexus range, which is directly dependent on Google; while over other brands have to wait as long as manufacturers decide to take each of the devices. Read More »Google officially released Android 5.0 Lollipop for Nexus
The Asian company HTC has confirmed the imminent update to Android L for HTC One(M8) and the HTC One (M7), demonstrating a strong commitment to its customers.
Just minutes after being officially announced the next version of Android, Android L, and the Taiwanese manufacturer HTC has decided to confirm in his official blog some of its plans on Android L and the devices that, for now, will update to that version of the operating system. Read More »Android L officially reach the HTC One (M8) and HTC One (M7)
It is increasingly evident that in the next version of Android will see an interface change. Today we see how it could change the notification bar, both at shadows as icons.
Android 4.4 Kit Kat has brought the biggest change in the platform interface from Ice Cream Sandwich. Although not transform anything, if it brought a change in the prevalence of cyan, which was replaced by white. In addition, meant the consolidation of the interface cards at the same time that we could see how the notification bar took in certain situations a slight touch iOS becoming semi-transparent, or since directly it was hiding by means of the new immersive mode.Read More »Android release new notifications bar in the Google I/O
A few months after receiving the update Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, the two teams from the South Korean company will receive the update Android 4.4 KitKat.
We continue with the arrival of Android 4.4 KitKat to various Nexus 5 device, Google Play Edition version of Samsung Galaxy S4 and 10 models of Motorola, which has been a phenomenal strategy of the Google brand. Coming soon will turn to Samsung equipment, as will the Android 4.4 KitKat update for Samsung Galaxy S4 and Samsung Galaxy Note 3 according to information from Android Authority.Read More »Samsung Galaxy S4 and Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will receive update Android 4.4 KitKat in January