Magikarp, the most useless Pokémon ever, is the star of a brand new Pokémon mobile game: Magikarp Jump. Magikarp Jump, released yesterday on iOS and Google Play, is all about catching Magikarp, training them to jump as high as possible, and competing against other Magikarp in jumping contests. That’s pretty much all this dopey-looking fish-mon…
Need to keep tabs on the location of your cell phone or newfangled smartphone? Consult this guide for tips and tricks on how to do it, whether you’re currently rocking Android, iOS, or device that runs on neither platform. The post Find your phone with these helpful tracking tips appeared first on Digital Trends. Continue…
Hey, OnePlus fans: You can rest easy knowing the OnePlus 5, slated for launch sometime this summer, will be just as powerful as the Samsung Galaxy S8. Chipmaker Qualcomm has confirmed the much-rumored and highly anticipated phone will come with its latest Snapdragon 835 chipset. SEE ALSO: The OnePlus 5 could be the phone that…
Version 2.15 of Google Photos on Android brings an archiving feature to help you keep certain pictures private or de-clutter your library, and it is available to download right now.
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Google Daydream is an Android-first mobile platform for virtual reality apps and games. The Daydream View headset is available on the Google Store now. Here is a list of devices that support the platform.
Selfies might be a phenomenon second only to karaoke, but they’re not the easiest to perfect. Check out our roundup of the best mobile apps for beautifying your self portrait.
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Finding good insurance for your smartphone that won’t break the bank isn’t always easy to do. To help, we’ve compiled a comparative list of some of the biggest names in smartphone insurance.
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LG’s Venture X, a midrange budget smartphone with a ruggedized body, large fast-charging battery, and an “outdoor essentials” app, is heading exclusively to AT&T customers on May 26.
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If you use Google Photos, you know the service is so much more than just the best way to store and back up all your photos and videos into the cloud. Using advanced machine learning, Google Photos can intelligently identify people, places, and things — and it’s all easily searchable. One of the cooler things…
Google Assistant shortcuts shorten otherwise complicated, multistep commands to simple, memorable words and phrases. Here’s how to set them up on the Assistant, Google’s smart speaker, and more.
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Google’s Android platform is worth considering if you’re looking for universal integration and greater customization than is afforded by iOS. Our beginner’s guide to Android contains everything you need to know.
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Though we got out first peek at Android O back in March, Google finally revealed more details this week at its I/O developers conference about the soon-to-drop version of Android. Though we’re still quite a ways away from the official release, we now a lot more about the update. At first glance, many of the…
Protecting the display on your LG G6 is of the utmost importance — and these screen protectors can guard your display without sacrificing clarity or your phone’s responsiveness.
Google’s annual 2017 Play Awards concluded with a gala at the search giant’s I/O developer conference, and this year was especially competitive. Here are the winners of each category.
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Android TV, Google’s software for the big screen, is getting a welcome visual overhaul when Android O rolls around later this year. The update will make the home screen more animated, while also allowing users to “find content faster.” The post Here’s what Android TV will look like on Android O appeared first on Digital…