When it comes to our Android devices, we tend to go through and organize everything, including changing all of our settings and anything else. However, for some reason, the organization of our contact list feels like a chore, and we end up with duplicate entries for just a single person. Thankfully, the days of having to go through and find every single duplicate manually are gone, as there are apps that do the hard work for us.
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Android phones and tablets aren’t kept up-to-date with the current version of Android like Apple do for their iPhones. Therefore, it’s wise to know which version of Android a specific phone or tablet is running on so that one can easily identify which features can be accessed.
Unfortunately, not many people know the exact version of Android they are using. When one has to solve technical issues and find tutorials on how to navigate the Android device, they usually don’t know what version the device is.
All major Android releases have a name. Here is a list of the all the released Android version in descending order:Android 10 – Google [...]
Make your Android app experience a good one.
Our phones are pocket-sized supercomputers with professional-grade cameras and battery for days, but without the apps to take advantage of it, what would be the point? There are millions upon millions of Android apps that transform our phones from shiny glass slabs into productivity powerhouses, and over the last year, these are the apps that have seized the day and made our lives easier, faster, and better.
An interview with OnePlus’ industrial design team was published to the company’s forums earlier today, and though most of it is the sort of self-praise and directed discussion you’d expect to read, one genuinely interesting tidbit was revealed: Two photos of an unreleased OnePlus Concept One prototype. That’s right, concept phones also have prototypes, and one of OnePlus’ earlier efforts to design a phone in collaboration with McLaren was an all-black design. Read More
All-black prototype version of OnePlus Concept One revealed in interview was written by the awesome team at Android Police.