Android Archive

Nokia 6: Next to Get Android Oreo Beta Update

Last month, Nokia 8 users were excited to find out that HMD Global had already released a stable Android Oreo update to their devices.

How to take photos of fireworks with a smartphone camera (iPhone and Android tutorial)

Being a photographer in the late 19th century was a job much more dangerous than one might think. Dealing with chemicals was heavily involved,

Google Chrome for Android will soon let users choose custom downloads folder

We recently learned that Google Chrome for Android will soon get a tool for exporting passwords, and that HDR support is also coming further

Contacts sync not working on some Android Oreo devices

One of important, yet basic features of the Android – contacts synchronization seems to be broken for some users. There are many reports spread

Asus rolls out ZenUI 4.0 for ZenFone 4 Max, but Android 8.0 Oreo is still MIA

Asus launched a few ZenFone 4 models back in September, but they had different versions of ZenUI despite the fact they all shipped with

Microsoft could soon launch a Photos Companion app for Android and iOS

Microsoft continues to focus on Android and iOS software, which isn’t a bad thing since most of the consumers using its services are on

Google releases final preview of Android 8.1 Oreo for select Pixel and Nexus devices

While many consumers are still waiting to receive Android 8.0 Oreo, only a few will soon be able to update to a much newer

HTC U11 (US version) will be updated to Android 8 Oreo starting Monday

Back in August, HTC promised that its U11 flagship phone would be updated to Android 8 Oreo before the end of the year. Staying

Update to Microsoft Edge Browser app for iOS and Android exterminates several bugs

Last month, Microsoft made the Edge Browser available for both iOS and Android devices. Since then, Microsoft rolled out an update that allows you

Lenovo launches two affordable Android tablets: Tab 7 and Tab 7 Essential

Lenovo already has a huge portfolio when it comes to Android tablets, so it’s probably hard to keep track of everything the Chinese company