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  1. Chromebook Users Getting Instant Tethering in Chrome OS for Any Android Phone It would appear that Google is working on expanding its Instant Tethering feature for Chromebooks to support any Android smartphone, not only its Pixel devices. Instant Tethering in Chrome OS, the Linux-powered operating system we can find on all Chromebook computers, is designed to allow users to tether their Android phone's mobile data connection to the Chromebook computer when they don't have access to a Wi-Fi network, creating a mobile hotspot. It automatically connects your Android pho
  2. Google has been working on a new feature for Google Chrome for Android for a while that adds options to the mobile browser to go back and forward in history by using gestures. Swipe from the left to go back in history or from the right to go forward. The main idea behind introducing gesture based navigation options is that it provides users with one-hand control over the process. Google Chrome does not display back and forward buttons on Android in the main user interface. Users may activate the back button of the Android device to go back a page, or open Menu to select
  3. Google is pushing a big redesign to the mobile Gmail app on Android and iOS. The update was announced yesterday, and after spending some time with the new app, we're going to comb through the finer details and see what has changed between New Gmail and Old Gmail. For now the release is only out on Android, but like the old Gmail design, it should look identical on iOS. If you're on Android, you want Gmail version 9.x (the old design is Gmail 8). If the Play Store isn't serving you the update and you're into sideloading, APKMirror has a safe download. The iOS version is still wendin
  4. xfirenzex

    AnyTrans for Android 6.5.0

    AnyTrans for Android 6.5.0 This is an all-in-one Android manager that converges your entire Android phone/tablet and consolidates every access to all your content in one handy place, such as messages, photos, contacts, videos, apps, and more. In just 1 tap, it helps transfer everything from Android to Android, or even from iOS to Android seamlessly. It also enables you to take control over all your Android data and files. Features of AnyTrans for Android 1-Click to move all of your valued data from Android to Android, even from iPhone/iPad/iPod. D
  5. Opera for Android 50 Released with Improved Ad Blocker, Picture-in-Picture Mode Opera for Android has officially reached version 50, and this new release comes with lots of improvements, including a refined ad blocker and a brand-new picture-in-picture mode. First and foremost, the new Opera version now allows users to configure special ad-blocking rules per each website. Previously, the application only came with general filters that were applied to every page you loaded, and this approach wasn’t the most convenient for users who wanted to whitelist specific website
  6. Mozilla is working on a new web browser for Android to replace the currently available Firefox for Android mobile browser. Firefox users who use the browser on Android may have noticed that development slowed down in recent time. Updates are still released regularly but they address issues such as slowdowns, crashes, or security issues for the most part. The core reason for that is that Mozilla's working on Fenix, a new mobile browser for Android. Fenix is based on Android Components and GeckoView. In other words, Fenix will be powered by built-in components on Android
  7. Send Links from Windows 10 to Android Using the Native Share Dialog One of Microsoft’s key projects right now is to bring Windows 10 and Android devices in sync, so the company is working around the clock on improving the Your Phone app. Together with its Android sibling, this app is supposed to allow the pairing of Windows 10 PCs and Android phones in order to make it possible for desktop users to access their photos and messages wirelessly. But as it turns out, the sync also works the other way around, which means that you can send content fr
  8. Kiwi Browser is made to browse the internet, read news, watch videos and listen to music, without annoyances. Browse in peace. Kiwi is based on Chromium and WebKit, the engine that powers the most popular browser in the world so you won't lose your habits. We hope you'll love Kiwi as much as we do. Note for power users and supporters: We have a Discord (chat) community where you can discuss development and share ideas: https://discordapp.com/invite/XyMppQq Main Features: ★ Based on the very best Chromium ★ Incredible page load speed 🚀 Thanks to o
  9. Google Testing New Chrome Feature for Faster Tab Switching on Android Google is currently testing a new feature for the Android version of Chrome browser that would make it easier and faster for users to switch from one tab to another. Basically, what Google wants to do is add a new toolbar at the bottom of the Chrome for Android screen that would just display the icons of the websites loaded in the browser. These aren’t thumbnails, but the favicons of each website, and tapping any of them instantly switches the browser to that page. This means you
  10. PreAmo adware affects 90 million Android devices in new ad-fraud campaign Six fake apps claiming to boost the functionalities of smartphones are being used to distribute adware named ‘PreAmo’. The campaign is used to make money out of three ad agencies, namely Presage, Admob and Mopub. A fraudulent ad-clicking campaign has been found infecting 90 million Android mobiles worldwide to generate revenues. Six fake apps claiming to boost the performance of smartphones are being used to distribute adware
  11. New Google Policy Means Trouble for Microsoft on Android A new policy implemented by Google for Android apps brings tighter controls for SMS and call logs, technically enforcing a new limitation of the use of services like digital assistants on the platform. According to Google itself, access for call logs and SMS should only be required when it’s absolutely necessary for the app’s core functionality, which Google defines as explained below: “Core functionality is defined as the main purpose of the app. It's the feature most prominently documented and promoted in
  12. Things have been relatively silent on the Android TV front lately, but today, the platform is forcing itself back into the spotlight. Unfortunately, it’s not good news we’re hearing, but rather reports of a serious-sounding bug that’s potentially exposing the private photos of Android TV users. At the very least, the bug is causing Android TV and Google Home to show lists of Android users where they shouldn’t be, which is bad enough. The bug was first revealed by Twitter user @wothadei over the weekend. He says that when accessing his Vu Android TV through the Google Home app, he wa
  13. Microsoft Launcher 5.2 starts rolling out to all Android users Beta testers have been using and quality-checking the 5.2 update for some time now. However today, it appears that the beta version is good enough to be released to general users, as spotted by Italian blog Aggiornamenti Lumia. The Google Play Store still lists the latest version as 5.1.1 from our end, suggesting that the update is likely being delivered to users in a gradual rollout. This would make sense, given how major bugs tend to plague devices right at a major update (rem
  14. APK Extractor is a free application for Google's Android operating system that you may use to save installed Android apps as APK files on the device. The installation of Android applications is pretty straightforward, especially so if you install them from Google Play or another application store. It may happen that you want to save an Android APK installation file to your device for safekeeping or backup purposes. There are several potential reasons for that: making sure that you save a particular version of an application or wanting to move the installation file to ot
  15. Cortana and Microsoft Launcher updated with improvements on Android Image Courtesy: Microsoft Microsoft today has pushed out a new update for Cortana on Android. The latest update comes with a new Home Screen interface which is more colourful. Cortana for Android has been updated with a new ‘now playing’ interface to helps users control music without opening the app. New buttons have been added to the home screen to allow users to quickly access emai
  16. Google Releases Android Security Patch for April 2019 with 89 Security Fixes Google released the Android Security Patch for April 2019 in an attempt to further improve the overall security and stability of Android devices. Android Security Patch for April 2019 consists of the 2019-04-01 and 2019-04-05 security patch levels, which address a total of 89 vulnerabilities across several components, including the Android framework, Media framework, Android system, and Qualcomm components. The most sever of them all could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code by
  17. Android banking trojan ‘Gustuff’ targets over 100 banking apps and 32 cryptocurrency apps Gustuff Android banking trojan uses social engineering techniques to trick device owners into giving access to the Android Accessibility service. Instead of phishing banking account credentials and then stealing funds, this ATS service allows the trojan to directly make fund transfers from the infected user’s device. A new Android banking trojan dubbed ‘Gustuff’ is gaining momentum by Android use
  18. Insecure UC Browser 'Feature' Lets Hackers Hijack Android Phones Remotely March 26, 2019Swati Khandelwal Beware! If you are using UC Browser on your smartphones, you should consider uninstalling it immediately. Why? Because the China-made UC Browser contains a "questionable" ability that could be exploited by remote attackers to auto
  19. Google Will Let Android Users Choose Their Browser Out of the Box Google has announced a series of changes for Android users in Europe in response to the latest antitrust concerns raised by the European Commission. Users will be allowed to choose what browser and search engine they want to use on Android out of the box. Currently, Android devices come with Google Chrome pre-installed and Google set as the default search engine, but in the near future, this is all going to change, Google says. While details on the browsers that would be offered to users haven’t bee
  20. Fake Apps Promise Updates to Latest Android Only to Bombard You with Ads Waiting for your device manufacturer to release the update to the latest version of Android is a painful experience, and Samsung users probably know this the best. And while many are looking into ways to get the upgrade before it officially becomes available for their devices, you should never (NEVER!) turn to apps in the Google Play Store that promise instant updates. Because as discovered by AP, the number of apps posted in the Play store and offering to update your devi
  21. Google unveils ‘third gender’ emoji coming to Android this year Google has revealed dozens of “third gender” emoji coming to Android smartphones later this year. The new gender-inclusive emoji include police officers, superheroes, wizards, wrestlers and even zombies. Emoji are decided by the Unicode Consortium, which is made up of tech firms like Google, Microsoft, Apple and the internet’s main emoji hub Emojipedia. New emoji are added all the time, and dozens of new designs have now been revealed in a new paper published by Google.
  22. AdGuard 3.0 is now available. The new version of the popular content blocker for Android features a redesigned interface, new stealth mode, support for custom lists, and more. The new version of AdGuard is already available on the developer website. Point your Android browser to this URL and hit the download button to download the new version to your system. Note that you do need to allow application installations from unknown sources in the Android settings to install the app. What is AdGuard? AdGuard is a content blocker that runs silently in the backgrou
  23. Google gives Android users in Europe more search, browser options To comply with a European Commission ruling, Android users in Europe will be presented with new screens offering alternatives to Chrome and Google Search. Google on Thursday outlined how it plans to give Android users in Europe more search app and browser options, in order to comply with a European Commission anti-trust ruling against it. Back in July 2018, the European Commission hit Google with a record €4.34 bil
  24. Google this week made it easier for Android users to enable strong 2-factor authentication (2FA) when logging into Google’s various services. The company announced that all phones running Android 7.0 and higher can now be used as Security Keys, an additional authentication layer that helps thwart phishing sites and password theft. As first disclosed by KrebsOnSecurity last summer, Google maintains it has not had any of its 85,000+ employees successfully phished on their work-related accounts since early 2017, when it began requiring all employees to use physical Security Keys in pl
  25. Microsoft’s new Android antivirus app is now available in preview iOS version still due later this year Microsoft is launching a preview version of its antivirus software for Android today. The software giant revealed that Windows Defender was making its way to both iOS and Android earlier this year, but didn’t fully detail what to expect. We’re now getting a good idea of exactly why Microsoft thinks Android needs antivirus protection. The public preview for Android will include protection against phishing and go
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