This app is slowing down your Android

This app is slowing down your Android

Most of us know that apps can drain battery and slow down your phone. But what if there was a single app that was sucking 20% of your battery, and potentially slowing its speed by 15%. For Android phone users, this looks to be the case. And unfortunately for all those social medial lovers out there, the app responsible goes by the name of Facebook.

Put your iTunes Library on an Android Phone

Put your iTunes Library on an Android Phone

If you’re one of the many people who decided to make the switch from Apple to Android over the holiday season you’re probably wondering just what you need to do in order to get your iTunes Library on your new phone. We won’t lie, the process isn’t straightforward, but you don’t need to be a computer science major to figure it out either.

Samsung Pay expands payment options

Samsung Pay expands payment options

Mobile payment systems have been making great strides in recent years, and are quickly becoming the norm for consumers looking to quickly settle bills for small amounts. While Google Wallet and Apple Pay may be leading the movement to disrupt the payments industry and make the most of NFC technologies, Samsung’s own mobile payment solution is also beginning to make inroads.

Here comes Android 6.0 M, aka Marshmallow

Here comes Android 6.0 M, aka Marshmallow

After much speculation as to when it would finally rear its head, Google has finally announced the imminent arrival of the Android 6.0 M operating system, which goes by the name of Marshmallow. It follows in the footsteps of previous foodstuff-inspired Android operating system releases, including its predecessor Lollipop.

Introducing Android M

Introducing Android M

At this year’s Google I/O, its annual software developer conference, the tech giant announced the Developer Preview of the next version of its Android operating system. Unofficially called the Android M, the latest OS is packed with many new features worth getting excited about.

Battery saving tips for Android phone

Battery saving tips for Android phone

The latest Android smartphones are packed with powerful hardware and features but, unfortunately, short battery life is still a problem every Android user has to endure. Slimmer designs with less room for batteries, larger and brighter screens, faster processors, and applications running in the background are all responsible for draining your battery in a day or less.

4 new Android phones to look out for in 2015

4 new Android phones to look out for in 2015

2015 may have only just begun, but some of the big names in the mobile industry are already preparing to launch brand new Android smartphones to kick-start the year. Some of these models are upgraded versions of an existing device, with better features and more functionality.

Disable Chrome tab cards in Overview

Disable Chrome tab cards in Overview

Android 5.0 has been released and devices are starting to get updates. With this latest development comes a number of new features and a fully redesigned look. One of the new features introduced is a tweak to the way open and recent apps are displayed (officially called Overview). While this new version of Overview is great, the way it handles Chrome tabs can be a little frustrating for some users.

Google Calendar updated

Google Calendar updated

For many business owners with Android devices, Google’s Calendar app is one of the most useful to have installed. With the update to Android 5.0, the company has also been updating their apps to make them not only look better, but more useful too. This has led to a new version of Calendar being launched with some great new features.

3 Nexus devices coming soon!

3 Nexus devices coming soon!

October has become the de-facto month where Google announces and even releases new mobile devices for their Nexus line. This range offers a pure Android experience, without manufacturer overlays or delays with updates. On October 15, Google officially introduced not one, but three new Nexus devices, along with the next version of Android.