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  1. Snapseed is a powerful mobile photo-editing app Snapseed is a free photo-editing application by Google for the mobile operating systems Android and iOS. Third-party tools are often superior to those that ship with operating systems by default; this is true for desktop systems, e.g. Paint on Windows, but also on mobile devices, e.g. Google Photos on Android. Snapseed is a free application that supports several features, including options to apply filters to photos and use image editing tools. The Android application was used for this review. Once
  2. Samsung fixes critical Android bugs in March 2021 updates This week Samsung has started rolling out Android's March security updates to mobile devices to patch critical security vulnerabilities in the runtime, operating system, and related components. This comes after Android had published their March 2021 security updates bulletin, which includes patches for critical vulnerabilities impacting the latest devices. As observed by BleepingComputer, Samsung Galaxy devices are automatically pulling updates released on March 5, 2021, this week.
  3. Google explains how Android audio latency has improved, and where it needs to go Google today provided an update on the state of audio latency to encourage developers that “have been holding back on developing an Android app” in this category. This effort is the result of “Google working directly with OEMs to reduce audio latency” four years ago. It started in 2017 with Android 8.0 introducing the AAudio API and 8.1 later featuring “enhancements to reduce latency when used in conjunction with a HAL and driver that support MMAP.” Google says th
  4. Microsoft Launcher beta updated with widget fixes Microsoft Launcher beta app has received an update in the Google Play Store. The update brings takes the app to version 6.210102.0.940620 and brings along a number of minor fixes. You can read the full changelog below. Changelog Browser settings will no longer be affected by updates Issues with Time and Weather widgets have been corrected. Known bugs were fixed and performance updates were made for an improved experience. Some of those items appear to be the same as t
  5. After Microsoft canceled the so-called Astoria project, the company began to look for other options for implementing support for Android applications in Windows 10. Microsoft moved farthest in this regard with Samsung by streaming of apps launched on a smartphone through My Phone app; but the company decided to go furthermore. The idea promoted by the Latte project is to allow the developer of Android applications to package their apps and games in the proprietary MSIX installer format. Reportedly, the project is based on the Windows Subsystem for Linux and primarily involves the p
  6. Seven great real-time weather and radar apps for Android Like an umbrella, we've got you covered This story was originally published on Apr 1, 2020 and last updated on Feb 26, 2021. ARTICLE CONTENTS 1Yr 2Flowx 3NOAA Weather & Tides 4Appy Weather 5Today Weather 6Weawow 7MyRadar Unless you live under a rock, everyone experiences the weather — even if they don't spend time outside. Government and private industry spend tens of milli
  7. Bill Gates Says His Preference for Android Over iPhone is Due to Pre-Installed Software Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates this week participated in his first meeting on Clubhouse, the increasingly popular invite-only conversation app, where he fielded a range of questions as part of an ongoing book tour. Gates was interviewed by journalist Andrew Ross Sorkin, and given that the Clubhouse app is currently only available on iOS, naturally one of the questions that came up was whether Gates regularly uses an iPhone and if he prefers iOS over Android.
  8. MIllions of VPN users have personal details stolen Databases of three top Android VPN tools were left exposed with default authentication information (Image credit: Shutterstock) The user databases of three popular Android VPN services have reportedly been hacked, with millions of user records now put up for sale online. Databases purportedly from SuperVPN, GeckoVPN, and ChatVPN, together containing a total of twenty one million user records, apparently include sensitive details such as t
  9. List trackers and permissions of all installed Android applications with Exodus Exodus is a free privacy application for Google's Android operating system that reveals the use of trackers of installed Android applications and their permissions. We reviewed Exodify, browser extensions by the Exodus project, back in 2018 and covered the web service Exodus as well back then. Users may use the browser extensions to display permission requests and tracker uses of any app on Google Play, or run searches for applications on the Exodus website. Exodus was mentioned
  10. Android Sleep API to make sleep tracking apps more efficient There has been perhaps an overabundance of focus on activity trackers, most of them targeting, well, activities. While movement and exercise are, of course, important, they aren’t the only measures of a healthy lifestyle. Sleep is just as important, perhaps even more so these days. In an effort to help app developers and, consequently, users develop better sleeping habits, Google is launching its new Sleep API to empower better low-power sleep tracking on all Android devices. There are already a ha
  11. Google’s Jetpack Compose developer tool now available in beta Google LLC announced today that Jetpack Compose, a new tool that’s meant to help developers build Android applications faster, is now available in beta test mode. Jetpack Compose, in alpha mode since last year, is designed to speed up the Android development by streamlining the process of creating each app’s user interface. That has always been a time-consuming task for developers that involves writing lots of customized code. Previously, the UI elements of each Android app had to be
  12. Google Maps finally rolls out dark mode on Android Plus games and other new features for Android Auto The Google Maps app is getting a true dark mode, at least on Android. The company announced today that it is finally widely releasing the dark theme option that it’s been testing in the app since September 2020. The dark mode, which takes things much further than the previously available night mode color option, will be accessible in the app’s settings menu, under “theme.” Google ann
  13. Google announces 6 new features coming to Android smartphones Google today announced six new features that are coming to Android smartphones. Integrated Password Checkup tool, ability to schedule messages and improved Google Assistant capabilities are some of the new features. You can read about the new features in detail below. On Android, you can save passwords to your Google account, making it quicker and easier to sign into your apps and services using Autofill. Your login credentials are one of your first lines of defense against intruders, so
  14. DuckStation is an excellent PlayStation 1 emulator for Windows, Linux, macOS and Android The PlayStation 1, Nintendo SNES, GBA, and DS are my favorite consoles of all-time because they have tons of RPGs. I remember playing WWF/WCW games, and many JRPGs on my old Windows 98 computer using ePSXe back in the 2000s. Emulation has come a long way since then; there have been many advancements, improvements and of course new emulators. DuckStation is a PSX emulator and a brilliant one at that. It comes with a QT-based GUI version and a no-GUI version.
  15. Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard for Android gets updated with improved handwriting experience and more Microsoft pushed an update to its SwiftKey keyboard app on Android. Taking the app to Version 7.7.1.8, the update adds an improved handwriting experience, a fix for the bug that caused crashes while using large Clipboard clips, and more. You can see the official changelog below. CHANGELOG Your Handwriting experience should now be improved – Handwriting trails are smoother, and performance has been optimised. We’ve fixed a bug tha
  16. Tasker can read JSON data and web pages in latest beta Bringing the power of the internet to phone automation Tasker is one of the most popular automation tools on Android, allowing you to perform multiple actions on your phone or tablet automatically or by pressing a single button. The app is now receiving two important features that make it easier to integrate Tasker tasks with web services: HTML and JSON parsing. Tasker 5.12.0 beta is now rolling out on the Play Store, with new functionality that makes it possible to use data from HTML or JSON in Ta
  17. Surface Duo may only get Android 11 in the summer When Microsoft released Surface Duo device in the US last year, the company was expected to release an update to Android 11 soon after. In the end even regular updates have been slow in coming, and not much has been heard about Android 11 either. Today some news about the OS update has trickled out, courtesy of DrWindows.de. According to the German blog, based on a briefing they had from Microsoft, the OS update will arrive sometime in the summer. The reason is somewhat unexpected – accordi
  18. Google Photos for Android getting advanced video editor with cropping, filters, and more Last August, Google introduced a new video editing experience in Photos for iOS. Google Photos on Android will soon see that revamped video editor with more advanced tools and granular customization. Editing inside Google Photos for Android was previously limited to trimming, stabilizing, rotating, muting sound, and exporting still frames. The bulk of those actions now make up the “Video” tab in a UI that’s identical to the image editor. Next is “Crop” to ma
  19. Microsoft To Do app receives an update on Android Microsoft’s task management app, Microsoft To Do for Android has received an update. Taking the app version to 2.37.179, the update brings fixes for a number of issues, improvements, and no new features. You can read the full official changelog below. Changelog We have fixed the bug with the daily planning reminders setting as well, now you can turn OFF this setting if you don’t want daily planning reminders. In this release, we have fixed extra lines issues in notes
  20. Report: Google considering an iOS-style anti-tracking feature for Android Android could get tracking controls after "seeking input" from ad companies. Enlarge NurPhoto / Getty Images It's still early, but Apple's new tracking restrictions on iOS sure seem to be causing headaches for the Internet ad industry. Just last week, Google told partners to expect a "significant impact" to ad revenue, while Facebook has launched an all-out war against Apple's tracking initiative and is reportedly considering legal action. Now, a new
  21. Microsoft releases Office Insider Build 16.0.13801.20004 for Android users, here is what’s new Microsoft has released Office Insider Preview Build 16.0.13801.20004 for Office Insiders on Android. The latest Office build adds a number of new features for Outlook, including the ability to call people using voice, create Tasks directly from Outlook, choose a different colored theme for personalization, and more. You can read the full official changelog below. CHANGELOG Outlook Call people using voice Give your thumbs a break and use voice commands
  22. OneDrive for Android is getting support for Samsung Motion Photos and 8K video playback Today, Microsoft announced some updates to its OneDrive app on Android. One is that there's an all-new home screen experience. You're going to see three sections on the new home screen: recent files, offline files, and "On this Day" photos. For those using a work or school account, you'll instead see recent files, shared libraries, and offline files. This new experience is already available on iOS. Next up is Samsung Motion Photos, which are now supported for both storag
  23. Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard for Android gets updated with support for 30 new languages and more Microsoft pushed an update to its SwiftKey keyboard app on Android. Taking the app to Version 7.7.0.4, the update adds support for as many as 30 languages. Add to that, it also brings a fix for a bug that caused the heatmap page to crash. You can see the official changelog below. Changelog We’ve added 30 new languages. You can now type in: Wa (China), Wa (Myanmar), Kuki (Thadou), Bemba, Chidigo, Chiduruma, Ekegusii, Iyo’wujwa Chorote, Kalenjin, Kamba, Kigiryama, Kimîîru,
  24. Firefox 85 for Android released with DRM stream support and usability improvements Mozilla released Firefox 85.0 Stable for all supported desktop operating systems last week. Firefox 85 is the first stable version of Firefox without Flash support, and Mozilla did add a number of usability features to give users better control over certain areas of the browser. Firefox 85.0 Android is now available as well. The new version of Firefox for Android is already available via Google Play and may be pushed to user devices via the built-in updating functionality. A tap on Menu &
  25. Microsoft Remote Desktop adds dark mode, native 64-bit Chromebook support, and more It also drops support for Android Marshmallow Microsoft overhauled its Remote Desktop application for Android last year, complete with a new rendering engine, support for Windows 10 virtual desktops, and more. Microsoft has now released another major update, this time focused on Chromebooks and other devices with physical keyboards. Microsoft Remote Desktop v10.0.9 is now rolling out on the Play Store, with the most noticeable change being dark mode support. Wen your sy
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