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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs Pixel 2 XL: Nobody does it better

by Joshua Vergara 2 days ago36 comments

Huawei MediaPad M5 and M5 Pro review

by Lanh Nguyen 1 day ago10 comments

Qualcomm vs Apple: the race to own Bluetooth audio

by Robert Triggs 19 hours ago2 comments

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus: Best deals and where to buy

by Team AA 2 days ago29 comments
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When Android P drops, Samsung will discontinue Samsung Movie Maker

Samsung Movie Maker is a hidden app that appears when you edit video on a Galaxy device. Samsung will discontinue the app when Android P lands.
by C. Scott Brown3 days ago

Android P: the top features you need to know

Google just released the first Android P Developer Preview. While it’s an evolutionary step up from Android Oreo, there are a few features that make it stand out.
by Brian Reigh1 week ago

Has your phone received its Oreo update yet? [Poll of the Week]

Is your smartphone running Android Oreo yet, or are you still waiting? Cast your vote in our latest Poll of the Week.
by Jimmy Westenberg1 week ago

Android P’s notch support: are notches the future?

Notches are not a feature, nor should they be considered a trend. But with a bevy of notch-equipped phones at MWC and notch support in Android P, they're not going anywhere fast.
by Lanh Nguyen1 week ago

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

The 234th Android Apps Weekly is live! This week we talk about a new Baldur's Gate game, a Jurassic Park AR game, Spotify cracking down on piracy, and much more Android apps and games ...
by Joe Hindy1 week ago

How stable is the first Android P developer preview?

Is Android P stable enough to install on your smartphone? We've been using the first developer preview for a few days, so perhaps our experiences can help you decide.
by Jimmy Westenberg2 weeks ago

Android P security: snooping forbidden

As well as a whole raft of new features, Android P also includes some substantial security improvements including blocking apps from recording your secretly, warnings about older ...
by Gary Sims2 weeks ago

Substratum developers launch petition

With Substratum (and all theming apps in general) prohibited in Android P, Substratum launched a petition pleading its case.
by C. Scott Brown2 weeks ago

Autofill will automatically work in browsers in Android P

The change might be a small one, but it allows Dashlane and other identity managers to work better in Chrome and other browsers.
by Williams Pelegrin2 weeks ago

Diving deeper into Android P’s new notifications and quick settings

Android P introduces redesigned quick settings and notification areas. Let's take a look at what these changes look like.
by Williams Pelegrin2 weeks ago
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