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  1. Microsoft Launcher gets updated app icons and improved performance in the latest update Microsoft has released a new update for Microsoft Launcher for Android users. The new update brings improvements to app folder layout and gesture support as well as updates the app icons and the font. Here is the full changelog for the update: Updated app icons and font Improved app folder layout and gesture support Improved performance Addressed known bugs Microsoft has been actively developing Microsoft Launche
  2. Gboard for Android could soon get a redesign, here's how it looks Google has been reportedly working on a Gboard redesign for some time now and the company has finally started rolling it out to select beta testers. In the new look, Google is replacing the Roboto font with Product Sans for the characters on the keyboard which gives the new design a cleaner look. Google has also done away with the gray background, replacing it with white, and given the keys a gray tint. The shift, backspace, number switch, and enter key have a slightly darker gray tint to make them stand out from the o
  3. Vivaldi 3.3 for Android released with address bar at bottom option Vivaldi launched the first beta version of its mobile web browser for Google's Android operating system about a year ago. The browser included several customization options that most Chromium-based browsers lack, including support for displaying a tab bar in the browser or options to display scrollbars, something that is common only in desktop browsers. Vivaldi 3.3 for Android introduces new customization options and other new features. Vivaldi highlights two of them in a blog post on the offi
  4. Firefox 81 for Android gets much needed Downloads interface When Mozilla released the new Firefox web browser for Android, it appeared rushed in several regards and while users liked the improvements done to web compatibility and performance, others criticized Mozilla for various things including that only a few extensions are supported. Mozilla is working on bringing (some) of the missing features back. The Nightly version will get full add-ons support soon, and a new downloads page is about to be released as well. If you download files in the new mo
  5. WhatsApp users need to watch out for dangerous 'crash code' messages Fixing the problem could wipe out your chat history (Image credit: Shutterstock / Ink Drop) A new series if text bombs or 'crash codes' have been discovered that cause WhatsApp to continually crash on both iPhone and Android handsets. Specially coded messages containing a seemingly random string of strange characters cause rendering problems for WhatsApp, resulting in a loop of crashes. As well as undecipherable messages delivery crash codes, vCards (vi
  6. Firefox 81 for Android gets an automatic tab closing option The next version of the new Firefox mobile browser for Google's Android operating system includes a new automatic tab closing features. Tab opening and closing behavior differs highly between two major groups on the Internet. Lean users keep a small number of tabs open in the browser, and tend to close tabs quickly. Tab hoarders on the other hand have dozens or even hundreds of tabs open, and keep them open for a long time. I fall into the second category of users. While I don't keep hundreds
  7. After Android 10 and Android 11, Android phones really don't need yearly updates Let's move to a flexible schedule Android (Image credit: Shutterstock) Yearly smartphone operating system updates are one of those arbitrary things we've come to expect from Google (which makes Android) and Apple, but they don't really make sense. Take a look at the Android 11 features list - it's pretty bare, with only a few new additions that will be useful for niche audiences, like changed smart home and media controls, changes to how you
  8. You can now install any add-on in Firefox Nightly for Android, but it is complicated Mozilla released a new Firefox Nightly version for Android, and this one is special, as it is the first version of the new Firefox for Android that allows users to install any extension that is listed on Mozilla's official add-ons repository Mozilla AMO. The restoration of full add-ons support in Firefox for Android is a major request by users of the browser. While it is unclear how many Firefox users on Android used add-ons prior to being upgraded to the new Firefox, it is clear that
  9. BEIJING/SINGAPORE/SHENZHEN, China (Reuters) - China is preparing to launch an antitrust probe into Alphabet Inc's GOOGL.O Google, looking into allegations it has leveraged the dominance of its Android mobile operating system to stifle competition, two people familiar with the matter said. The case was proposed by telecommunications equipment giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd last year and has been submitted by the country’s top market regulator to the State Council’s antitrust committee for review, they added. A decision on whether to proceed with a formal i
  10. VLC 3.3 for Android introduces a massive list of new features VideoLAN, the maker of the popular VLC Media Player, has released VLC 3.3 for Android today. The new version is a massive improvement over previous versions. Most of the work went into improving the user interface and user experience. VLC 3.3 can be downloaded from Google Play; existing users should receive upgrades of the media player automatically unless they have changed the app auto-updating settings on their Android device. One of the first things that veteran users of the pl
  11. Android 11 review: features by the dozen Priority chat notifications, stricter privacy controls, and a new power menu TheThe official version of Android 11 is beginning to roll out today. It’s hitting Google’s own Pixel phones, of course, but in a pleasant surprise, there are a few others getting it right away, too. Most important among them are the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro. It’s a welcome improvement for the pace of Android updates, though the vast majority of Android phones won’t be getting the full OS update for some time. When (or,
  12. Google Meet for Android gets a new UI that looks similar to the Gmail tab integration Google is rolling out a new user interface for Google Meet's Android app. The new UI is similar to the Meet integration that Google has rolled out in the Gmail app and the Meet app on iOS received last month. The new UI has a cleaner and more modern look and allows one to quickly share meeting information with others, start a Meet call instantly, or schedule a Meet call in Google Calendar using the 'New meeting' button. One can also quickly join a meeting by usin
  13. First Tor Browser Alpha for Android based on new Firefox is now available Tor Browser is based on Mozilla's Firefox web browser both on the desktop and on Android. Mozilla released a redesigned version of the Firefox web browser for Android recently, and the developers of the Tor Project worked on migrating Tor Browser to the new core on Android as well. The first version of Tor Browser for Android, based on the new Firefox web browser, is now available for testing. Bugs and issues are to be expected because of the alpha status of the release.
  14. Spotify will now let you search using lyrics so you can find that one song stuck in your head Another way to search for songs Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge For those times when you’re constantly singing a line of a song but just can’t remember what song those lyrics came from, Spotify can now help you with that. You can now search for songs by their lyrics on iOS and Android (via 9to5Mac). The feature looks to be pretty straightforward — type in some lyrics into Spotify’s s
  15. Microsoft's Family Safety app exits preview, now generally available Microsoft announced the Family Safety app back in March when it rebranded Office 365 subscriptions to Microsoft 365. The Redmond firm began taking sign-ups for a preview and the preview became available to those users in May. Now, after a couple of months in testing, the company has announced that the service is being made available to Android and iOS starting this week. The app – as the name suggests – lets users keep a tab on family members and their digital usage. It lets users set scree
  16. Mozilla releases final update for the old Firefox for Android browser Mozilla has released what should be the final update for its old Firefox for Android browser. In the next release cycle, which is due in about a month, the firm should switch users to its newly-built browser as the default option. Mozilla codenamed its new browser Fenix but when it launches to the general public, it will be known as Firefox. The firm has been working on the new browser for over a year and is continually adding new features. While the desktop browser is now on ver
  17. Microsoft Remote Desktop brings your Windows 10 PC to your Android smartphone or tablet The update also brings support for Microsoft Authenticator and Android TV (Image credit: Windows Central) Microsoft has unleashed a new version of its Remote Desktop client for Android that brings full support for the Windows 10 Virtual Desktop. Remote Desktop, which was brought out of beta earlier this year, allows users to access Windows apps and desktops directly from an Android device or a Chromebook that supports the Google Play
  18. Meet integration with Gmail begins rolling out for Android users Google announced back in June that it will begin integrating its Meet conferencing service into its Gmail app for Android and iOS. While the rollout of that capability for the iOS version of the app began last week, the search giant has announced that the Android rollout begins today. With the integration, users will be able to easily join video conferences right from Gmail on Android. The dedicated Meet tab will let users check their schedules and join a meeting, create a new meetin
  19. Chrome for Android: new download options including scheduling Google is working on improving the download options provided by the company's Google Chrome web browser for the Android operating system. Current versions of Chrome for Android offer little when it comes to downloads. Downloads start immediately when you select to download files, and while that is probably wanted in most cases, there are cases where users may not want downloads to start immediately. A prime example is when the device is connected to a mobile network and not a wireless netwo
  20. Netflix is letting people watch things faster or slower with new playback speed controls Stream up to 0.5 times slower or 1.5 times faster Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Netflix is letting people choose the speed at which they want to watch something on their phone or tablet with new playback controls. Netflix will allow anyone on an Android mobile device to stream at either 0.5x or 0.75x speeds for slowed-down viewing and 1.25x or 1.5x speeds for faster watching. Those are sli
  21. Gmail for Android gets a handy shortcut to add email recipients Google is making it easier to add a recipient to a mail on Gmail for Android using a handy shortcut. On Gmail on the web, it has been possible to add a recipient to a mail while composing it by simply using the "+" or "@" symbol and then typing their name. This method would automatically add them to the recipient list of that mail. Now, Google is rolling out similar functionality to Gmail for Android. While composing an email, you can simply add a recipient by using
  22. Android is now the world’s largest earthquake detection network Google leverages the massive scale of Android to do phone-based earthquake tracking. Back in 2016, Ars reported on an interesting use for the bundle of sensors we carry around every day in our smartphones—earthquake detection. The accelerometers in your phone make a passable-enough seismometer, and together with location data and enough users, you could detect earthquakes and warn users as the shocks roll across the landscape. The University of California-Berkeley, a
  23. Vivaldi 3.2 for Android launches with improved tracker and ad blocking Vivaldi Technologies launched Vivaldi 3.2 for Android on August 12, 2020; the new Android version of the browser comes after last week's desktop version update to Vivaldi 3.2. The new Android version is already available on Google Play and existing installations on Android should receive the update automatically provided that automatic updates are turned on. Users who prefer to update manually can visit Google Play and hit the update button next to the Vivaldi browser there to start the update proce
  24. Telegram adds video call support on Android, blames Apple for iOS delay Earlier this year, the team behind messaging app Telegram committed to finally making video calls available sometime in 2020. Today, in celebration of the app's seventh anniversary, the feature is finally available with version 7.0 of the app, but there's a caveat - it's only for Android users. As noted in the blog post, video calls are ready for the iOS version, but because of Apple's lengthy review process, the update wasn't published in time. Telegram took a jab at Apple, say
  25. 64-bit Chrome for Android will soon arrive with improved performance Google is all set to stop accepting 32-bit apps on the Play Store from next year. Ahead of that, the company is in the process of transitioning its own apps to 64-bit. With the release of Chrome 85 later this year, Google will be installing a 64-bit version of the browser on all devices running Android 10 or higher. With Chrome 85 being a full-fledged 64-bit app, it will bring a number of performance and security improvements to the table. A quick comparison of Chrome 83 stable wh
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