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How to Emulate Android Apps on Linux

If you’re a hardcore Android fan, you’re probably aware that your favorite mobile operating system descends from Linux. We’ve covered in the past how Android is based on open source components, and that the Linux kernel is one of those. It stands to reason then that if they’re so close, it should be relatively easy… read more »

HQ Trivia Is Now Available on Android

HQ Trivia, a trivia app which has proved to be a big hit on iOS, is finally available on Android. The developers responsible for the app have been working on bringing it to Android for a while, and it’s now finally available to all. Unfortunately it is still in beta at the moment though. For… read more »

9 Tips for Typing Faster on Your Android Phone

Typing on a touchscreen device is nowhere near as convenient as typing on a hardware keyboard. Tapping away on a slab of glass gives you no feedback and isn’t anyone’s idea of fun. While there’s no absolute solution to this problem, there are a lot of shortcuts and tips you can learn that can help… read more »

9 Privacy-Friendly Android Apps You Should Be Using

These days, you can find an Android app for just about anything. Want to know what the weather will be like next week? No problem. Need to explore your device’s file system? It’s easy. Dying to waste a few hours playing high-quality games? There are thousands to choose from. But the app-for-everything nature of the… read more »

Google Launches Android Go for Budget Smartphones

Google has launched Android Oreo (Go Edition), or Android Go for short. This is a pared-down version of Android Oreo designed for budget smartphones, and it comes with lightweight versions of core apps such as Chrome, Google Play, Google Maps, Google Assistant, and the new Files Go. While iOS set the early pace when it… read more »

How to Turn Off All the Touch Sounds in Android

Out of the box, your phone probably makes annoying sounds for everything you do. These might drive you crazy simply because you get sick of the noise, or maybe because it disturbs those around you. Thankfully, you can disable the dumb sounds your phone makes so it only makes noise when needed. How to Disable Touch… read more »

Best Mini PC: HP, Intel, and More with Windows, Android or Chrome OS

The past few years have seen the rise of a new form factor in personal computers: the mini-PC. Moore’s Law and the miniaturization of motherboards have made computers smaller than ever before. And it’s slowly replacing the good old beige box. Rightly so, when you consider that mini-PCs today are powerful enough to serve the… read more »

How to Save Battery Life on Android for Beginners

Battery life is the bane of everyone smartphone owner’s existence. Despite the amazing advances in technology in the last 20 years, battery life just hasn’t been able to keep up. Even the beefiest Android phones can only make it two days on a charge, but most barely make it one day. If you’re struggling to… read more »

You Can Now Play Animal Crossing on Android and iOS

The Animal Crossing series, which has been delighting gamers since 2001, has gone mobile. The new game, the first to be released on anything other than a Nintendo console, is called Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. And it’s out now on Android and iOS, a day earlier than expected. Not content with owning handheld gaming, Nintendo… read more »