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Android O Android Technology 

Everything You Need to Know About Developer Preview of Android O

After Google’s unexpected announcement of the first preview of Android Nougat, the company is launching the first developer preview for the next version of Android, code named Android O. It won’t deliver a major UI overhaul, but focus on tweaking the operating system’s core features set. Listed below are some of the amazing features that Google mentioned, but it is said that you can expect much more in the future as this is just the first Android O preview: Picture-in-picture mode Picture in Picture (PIP) mode, users can continue watching…

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Android Tablet Android 

5 Unique Things you can do with your Android Tablet

Apart from being used for usual uses, you might be wondering what other things you can do with you newly purchased tablet to really make use of it. How about using it in different way? Even you’ve an old tablet which you’re bored of using can be used uniquely. Thanks to the amazing android development firms for their efforts! With a little ingenuity and a few simple apps, your Android tablet can be more useful than you might think. A Second Monitor Now, this may sound silly to use a tablet as a…

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Android Apps Android Apps 

Top 10 Free Android Apps to Make Your Life Simple

Apps have made the mobile phone functionality more easy and accessible. Now you can get one app for any of your work easily. Today different apps are available for almost any task like from calendar apps to most advanced features like browsing, to clean android device etc. These apps help you improve your device speed and performance. There are a lot of apps available to perform tasks on your smartphone. Let’s discuss tap 10 free Android apps to make your life simple. 1. Offline App Offline Browser: You can use…

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Android Infographic 

Lip Smacking Evolution of Android [ Infographic ]

Android is a popular mobile operating system developed by Google. Being versatile, highly intuitive and user friendly, it is considered as the widely preferred mobile OS in the world. From Cupcake, Jellybean and Gingerbread to the latest edition, Nougat, Updates of Goggle to the Android versions have taken us through a sweet journey of evolution. Android 1.5, which is otherwise known as the Cupcake update made this OS compatible with a wide assortment of widgets and apps. Android has a huge database and with updates on monthly basis that are…

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Android Nougat Android 

Android Nougat: 7 Best Features in Google’s new OS

Google has started to roll-out the latest iteration of its open source Android mobile operating system, Nougat. The new software is now available on Google Nexus devices, with smartphones from other manufacturers to follow. Android 7.0 Nougat beta testers will be the first to get the operating system update. Android Nougat, codenamed N, was previewed back in March. The finished release boasts a number of new features, including the ability to run two apps side-by-side, better battery life and improved encryption for personal data. Google has made the latest version…

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prisma app for android Android Apps 

Prisma app now available for Android

Prisma for iOS has already topped the popularity charts in various countries with over one million daily users while avid Android users await the public release of the app. Prisma enables users to convert pictures into work of arts with sophisticated filters that use neural networks and artificial intelligence to accomplish the feat. Here’s how the concept works Just upload your favourite picture from the camera roll or capture a fresh one and then hit next. You can now pick the filter of your choice among Impression, Curtain, Running in…

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Android 

It’s Official: Android N name revealed will be called Nougat

After many months of calling the next release simply “Android N,” Google has finally settled on a name. The company revealed Nougat on its Snapchat channel and Twitter, which included uncovering the latest statue to grace the Google campus. The time has arrived! #AndroidNReveal pic.twitter.com/vtbSOjQvWh — Android (@Android) June 30, 2016 Google names its Android versions after what it calls “sweet treats.” Though the first two releases had no corresponding name, the early 1.5 release was named “Cupcake.” From there, each new version of Android takes on the name of…

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