Google’s bustling I/O developer conference kicked off this week, offering the company a chance to announce what’s coming next for Android and Chrome OS. As well as shedding more light on what we can expect from Android N, the Californian search giant also detailed its plans for Android Auto, announced a new version of Android Wear and unveiled two new messaging apps. The company’s Android Pay contactless payments service launched in the UK, too. Here are the highlights.
For those people that like to try new apps but don’t necessarily enjoy filtering through the hundreds of new additions to the marketplace, we’ve prepared an overview of the best new apps this month for both Android and iOS. The Roll For iOS users The Roll is an application that sorts you entire photo gallery […]
Setting up your new phone can seem a daunting task when you’ve been used to something much older or from another phone manufacturer. In this blog post we aim to demonstrate in as much detail as possible, how to install and remove your SIM Card on the new HTC 10 smartphone.
Taking screenshots on your phone is an extremely useful way of being able to record information in picture format that would otherwise be unobtainable. In this article we demonstrate how this can be achieved on the HTC 10.
You can already install some Android apps on Chrome, via the Chrome Web Store or by converting them yourself with the ARC Welder, but there aren’t that many working apps available. That may change soon, as users on Reddit have reported that the Play Store will soon be accessible on Chrome OS.