Android 9.0 To Include Built-In Dark Mode

Android 9.0 will include a built-in dark mode theme that users will be able to enable from the settings menu. While there is not much information about the dark mode, it was recently mentioned in the Google Issue Tracker that the feature would be added in a future Android release. While “future Android release” doesn’t […]

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Moto G6 Plus Cases Leak, Along With Phone Renders

A couple of protective cases seemingly meant for the upcoming Motorola Moto G6 Plus have leaked online in renders, indirectly confirming the smartphone’s design and offering a sneak preview on how the device might look like when wrapped in silicon or leather. Judging by the design language employed by these two cases, the products are […]

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Cross-Platform Geometry Puzzler Euclidea Hits Google Play

HORIS INTERNATIONAL LIMITED’s cross-platform geometry game Euclidea has finally been ported to Android with version 4.08, bringing mathematics-based puzzles and a wealth of great features to the world’s most prolific mobile platform. The title centers around Euclidian Constructions, which are geometric shapes created using only tools such as a straight edge and compass. Of course, […]

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Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8 Plus Begin Getting Oreo Update

Samsung’s really got the ball rolling with the Android 8.0 (Oreo) updates for its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus flagships. The first of the consumer ready updates, which also include Samsung’s own Android skin called Samsung Experience 9.0, began rolling out to users in Germany as early as February 8. Now, the update is […]

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Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition To Hit Android In Feb.

Capcom’s mobile fighter hit, Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition, will finally be making its way to Android by the end of this month, though no specific date has been provided. For those who may not know, Street Fighter is a long-running 2D fighter title which, alongside games like Mortal Kombat, helped cement the genre in […]

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Google’s ‘Material Design 2’ Likely To Include Color, Tab Changes

Google’s Material Design is now on course for a revamp, according to Chromium Gerrit commits that reportedly surfaced recently. The actual commits along with the details have since been pulled although the images (provided by XDA-Developers) shown below reinforce much of what is being said. The sum of which is how Material Design is being prepped […]

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February 2018 Adoption Numbers Show Nougat Took The Lead

Google has announced its monthly Android distribution numbers for February and the figures show some incremental shifts toward the latest operating systems over the past month. For starters, adoption of Android 8.1 Oreo has increased by 0.1-percent, while Android 8.0 Oreo has increased in usage by 0.3-percent. That brings a total increase of 0.4 percent […]

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New Android P Report Suggests Phone Call Recording Feature

A new software report suggests that Google’s next version of Android will feature the ability to record phone calls. The still unnamed version of Android details a few phrases in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) that indicate the possible new software component. The native Android 9.0 build would offer the ability to record audio […]

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Android P May Feature Native Support For Call Recording

Android P may feature native support for call recording, as suggested by a number of commits recently discovered in the main repository of the Android Open Source Project. Some code added to AOSP by Google’s engineers references the existence of a “call recording tone” that would presumably be played once users press the corresponding button […]

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Active Appears On Wi-Fi Alliance With Android Oreo

The U.S. carrier editions of Samsung’s Galaxy S8 Active may be getting Android 8.0 (Oreo) sooner than expected following a new sighting of the devices on the Wi-Fi Alliance website. More specifically, the new listings show a Samsung Galaxy S8 Active for Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T – which are sold under the model numbers SM-G892U […]

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