Android

Must-see sessions on Android Enterprise at Next ’18

July 17, 2018

Android continues to see success this year in enterprise, with several initiatives to help organizations enhance their mobility efforts. Android Enterprise Recommended, the improved work experience in Android P, and increased protections from Android security efforts are among the many investments we’ve made to enrich and strengthen the ecosystem. At Google Cloud Next, July 24-26 in San Francisco, CA, we’ll […]

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ANDROID P STABLE BUILD COULD BE ARRIVING ON NOKIA DEVICES THIS AUGUST

July 2, 2018

As per a report by nokiapoweruser, the mail comes from Nokia Mobile Care and it informs that all Nokia phones will start getting the Android P update from “sometime in August”. Even still, there’s crucial information that’s in the air such when exactly in August will Nokia release the stable Android P build or which phone will be the […]

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Android P Will Have Gesture Controls Similar to iPhone X

April 16, 2018

HIGHLIGHTS Android P is found to have a new navigation system It will include a back and home button but not one for recent apps Google showed a glimpse of the new development through a blog post While Android P is yet to completely emerge as the Android Oreo successor, it has now been spotted that this new Android version will […]

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Android Oreo: 18 advanced tips and tricks

March 19, 2018

Turn your productivity up a notch with these next-level tips for Google’s Android Oreo (8.0 and 8.1) software. Google’s Android Oreo release is full of fresh flavor for your phone, but some of its most useful options are out of sight and easily overlooked. Whether you’ve had Oreo for months or are just now getting a taste […]

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Android beats iOS in smartphone loyalty, study finds

March 9, 2018

Android continues to have more loyal users than the ones using the iOS operating system, a new report by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) said on Friday. “Loyalty for both Android and iOS increased in 2015 and into 2016, when it levelled off for both operating systems,” Mike Levin, Partner and Co-Founder of CIRP, was quoted as saying by MacRumors. […]

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