The Huawei P20 Pro is a stunner, but is it worth trading in my Pixel XL?
I've been looking at the Microsoft Edge web browser on my laptop for a while now and wondered why I would use it. I use Google Chrome and am happy with it, but I was curious about this new web browser. What did it have to offer that Chrome didn't? I knew that Edge didn't... Continue Reading →
The one app people use the most on their phones is probably the one they think about the least, the keyboard. I was the same way until the Swype keyboard came around, which I happily used until I tried the Google keyboard, which added swipe typing. I found the Google Keyboard was on par with... Continue Reading →
I should have a love/hate relationship with Allo, but I don't. Google does a poor job publicizing the app, so it has very few users, and it still doesn't have SMS support. The sticker packs are nice, but aren't a reason to continue using it, link previews are nice, but they're commonplace in any texting... Continue Reading →
It’s simple to move your photos from iOS to Android, but the other way around seems like a pain in the butt. I’m not surprised. Also keep in mind that Android is cheaper than iOS for storage (The free Android photos options will work for most people). How to Move Your Photo Library Between Apple... Continue Reading →
If you’re concerned about getting a virus on your Phone or television, be thoughtful about what you download. Don’t side load apps, do your research before installing apps (even if it’s from the Play Store) and don’t go to suspicious web sites. Also, use an antivirus program or app. Being thoughtful about your action will... Continue Reading →
For those Nexus 6 users like myself, at least 7.1.1 won’t be buggy. I wish Google would make another 6" device. Love the larger screen Nexus 6 and I can’t imagine going back to a 5.5" screen.Bugs push Android 7.1.1 update for Nexus 6 to early Jan 2017 | Android Central