Getting to and from work is an essential if a little unexciting part of your daily routine, so why not make those journeys more enjoyable and pass the time with some awesome apps for your smartphone or tablet? Here are our top 5 picks.
The OnePlus X arrived at Mobile Fun HQ this week. It’s the company’s first attempt at a mid-range smartphone, carrying a very attractive price tag of only £199. Here are my first impressions after spending a few hours with the device.
The Blackberry Priv is the company’s first ever Android phone, after years of pushing its own operating system, BlackBerry 10. While sporting a 5.4″ touch screen, the Priv still features a slide out version of BlackBerry’s famous keyboard. So what do the experts think of BlackBerry’s attempt to play catch up?
HTC have released the A9, a mid to high-end smartphone as opposed to a flagship device. It looks a lot like an iPhone 6S, but how has it been received by the experts? It seems the verdicts are mixed.
There are billions of people accessing the world wide web, but only a fraction of these are able to easily produce content for others to see. Particularly for people in developing nations who are accessing the internet largely on low-end smartphones, it can be difficult to actually produce something of value without specialised knowledge, considerable cash or both. Language can be another barrier, with most free tools for content creation existing in English, Mandarin or other dominant languages. Mozilla, the company behind Firefox, is attempting to correct this imbalance with a free Android app called Webmaker.