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

by John Callaham 22 hours ago29 comments

The current state of custom ROM development

by Dane O'Leary 23 hours ago30 comments

Meizu M3 Max review

by Bailey Stein 1 day ago2 comments

Samsung Galaxy S8: all the rumors in one place

by Kris Carlon 1 day ago151 comments
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Best Android tablets (January 2017)

Is there a single best Android tablet out there? No way! Here's our list of the best Android tablets.
by Team AA5 days ago346

Best T-Mobile Android phones (January 2017)

Looking for a great phone on T-Mobile's network? We'll point you in the right direction! Here is our list of the best T-Mobile phones available right now.
by Team AA5 days ago103

A look at the billion-install club: the most installed apps

With over 65 billion apps installed on Android devices, here are the few that have over 1 billion installs each. The most installed apps of all time.
by Jonathan Feist5 days ago28

15 best RPGs for Android

Have an Android device? Big fan of RPGs? Check out our best RPGs for Android list to find the best RPGs available.
by Joe Hindy6 days ago138
 
 

Android founder Andy Rubin may be working on an iPhone-Pixel killer phone

Android co-creator Andy Rubin is reportedly about to announce his new company, Essential, that is developing a high-end bezel-less smartphone.
by John Callaham6 days ago52

Google launches “Toontastic 3D” storytelling app for kids

Google's Toontastic 3D app allows kids to draw, animate as well as narrate their own cartoons.
by Mitja Rutnik6 days ago3

Google’s new compression method will save you data, starting with Google+

Google's RAISR technology uses machine learning to produce quality versions of low-resolution images on your mobile device.
by Mitja Rutnik6 days ago11

What is Android Things? – Gary explains

Android Things is Google's new IoT OS. Based on Android it allows developers to use their existing skills to move into IoT. What is it and how does it work? Gary explains.
by Gary Sims6 days ago7

Latest Gboard update promises to fix lag issues

The search giant has released a new update for Gboard in the Play Store, and it promises to fix those lag issues once and for all.
by Brian Reigh1 week ago5

Android Nougat update: when will you get it?

With the Android 7.0 Nougat update spreading and the Android 7.1 update now out too, when can you expect to get the Android Nougat update on your phone?
by Kris Carlon1 week ago346
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