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Galaxy S8 or LG G6: which are you most looking forward to?

by Robert Triggs 2 days ago82 comments

Is launching an Android One phone in the US a good idea?

by John Callaham 2 days ago39 comments

The current state of custom ROM development

by Dane O'Leary 3 days ago38 comments

Meizu M3 Max review

by Bailey Stein 3 days ago3 comments
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10 best Android browsers of 2017

We browse the web more than we do almost anything else on mobile so you should have a great browser. Here are the best Android browsers!
by Joe Hindy3 weeks ago112

Chrome 55 for Android allows downloads for offline use and more

The latest version v55.0.2883.84 contains several performance, memory, and stability fixes, apart from a few new features.
by Abhishek BaxiDecember 7, 20161

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

In this week's edition, we talk about Square Enix making bank, Android Auto's wide release, the latest Humble Bundle, and more Android apps news!
by Joe HindyNovember 13, 20162

Google says Chrome is now installed on two billion devices

Google Chrome is now installed on 2 billion devices between its mobile and desktop application.
by Scott Adam GordonNovember 11, 20169
 
 

Google goes after websites that are ‘repeat offenders’ with its new Safe Browsing efforts

Google announced that it will be going after websites that it considers "repeat offenders" as part of an update to its Safe Browsing protection services.
by John CallahamNovember 8, 20163

Chrome Dev and Canary builds include a way to move address bar to the bottom of your display

The latest Chrome Dev and Canary builds for Android have quietly included a way to move the website address bar to the bottom.
by John CallahamOctober 31, 201621

Google Chrome gets Data Saver for video, a new downloads experience and more

Today Google has announced a number of new features making their way to Chrome that will help you save more data, download things for offline viewing, and discover personalized content.
by Jimmy WestenbergSeptember 27, 201612

Need for speed – What’s the fastest Android browser?

We subjected 10 of the best Android browsers to a series of tests and benchmarks to find out which one is the top performer. Which is the fastest Android browser? Continue reading to ...
by Edgar CervantesSeptember 18, 2016219

Chrome 54 Beta brings background playback (yes, really!) and recommended articles

Google is pushing a few interesting changes in the latest Chrome Beta for Android, including one that will make a lot of users happy: background playback of media files.
by Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 16, 201620

Google is bringing Google Now smarts to Chrome

Google has brought a Google Now-powered section to the New Tab page in Chrome Dev, featuring recent bookmarks and suggested content when signed in.
by Kris CarlonAugust 18, 201610
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