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  1. SilentNotes is an open source note-taking tool, to-do list app that can sync the content between your Windows 10 and Android devices What do you use for note-taking and to-do lists? I use SimpleNote and Markor/Todour for Todo.Txt. Not many programs offer a way to manage both notes and tod-do lists, but SilentNotes does. It is available for Windows 10 and Android, and we will be discussing the desktop version here, though the features of the mobile app are fairly similar. SilentNotes has a clean interface, with a background wallpaper
  2. Experts warn of a new Android banking trojan stealing users' credentials Cybersecurity researchers on Monday disclosed a new Android trojan that hijacks users' credentials and SMS messages to facilitate fraudulent activities against banks in Spain, Germany, Italy, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Called "TeaBot" (or Anatsa), the malware is said to be in its early stages of development, with malicious attacks targeting financial apps commencing in late March 2021, followed by a rash of infections in the first week of May against Belgium and Netherlands banks. T
  3. OneDrive for Android now supports Google Cast Microsoft’s OneDrive app for Android has just received support for Google Cast, allowing users to easily beam videos on Cast-capable devices such as Google’s popular Chromecast HDMI dongles (via Android Police). Google Cast support is live in OneDrive for Android version 6.29.1, though it seems the feature is rolling out gradually. If you own a Google Chromecast or other devices that support Google Cast, the Cast icon will appear on the top right corner of the app when you open a video in OneDrive for Android. T
  4. Clubhouse finally launches its Android app Image Credits: SOPA Images (opens in a new window)/ Getty Images Clubhouse finally has an Android app that you can download from the Play Store — provided you live in the U.S. The voice-based social network launched its beta Android app on Play Store for users in the U.S. on Sunday, and said it will gradually make the new app available in other English-speaking countries and then the rest of the world. The social network, valued at about $4 billion in its most recent fundrais
  5. Twitter Rolls Out Taller Image Crops For Android And iOS Today Twitter today announced that it’s rolling out image crops for its Android and iOS apps that allow for taller, bigger, better images in posts. Of course better is really a subjective term. As there are surely some users who will not appreciate the taller image crops that Twitter has to offer. Nevertheless, this is a change that’s happening. Having said that it’s also a change that applies to the Android and iOS apps only. As taller crops don’t seem to be supported on Twitter for the web. Twitter
  6. BiscuitBrowser is a Telemetry-free browser based on Mozilla's GeckoView component The developer of SmartCookieWeb, a WebView-based mobile browser for Android that is based on Lightning browser, has released public beta versions of the upcoming GeckoView-based browser BiscuitBrowser for Android. Like SmartCookieWeb, BiscuitBrowser aims to offer a streamlined privacy protecting browsing experience on Android. The web browser uses Mozilla's GeckoView component, which powers the new Firefox for Android, as its browsing engine. The developer plans to release monthly upd
  7. Google's May Android security update for Pixels is ready to go We're not seeing a Widevine fix just yet Pixel device owners, start your Wi-Fi radios. The monthly security update for Pixel phones has been posted by Google. The updates are available as both direct download of the firmware and OTA files, but it should be showing up on at least a few phones starting today. While Google does its usual diligence in documenting the changes it's making to Android to patch up security vulnerabilities, there's nothing particularly interesting in the cha
  8. Latest Android Office Insider Build allows you to know who is collaborating with you Microsoft has released a new Office Insider Preview Build for Android users. The new Office Insider Preview Build 16.0.14026.20006 brings a new useful feature for Word, and that’s about it. It includes no other changes, nor does it adds bug fixes and performance improvements. Talking about the new feature, the latest Office Insider Build allows Word users to know who is editing their Word documents. Those who are collaborating with you will be represented by two-le
  9. Microsoft releases Edge Dev channel for Android with new features After Canary, the Dev version of Microsoft Edge for Android is now available on the Google Play Store for download. Edge Dev version is on 91 while Canary on 92, and Edge stable, and beta far behind and running on version 46. Microsoft is working to make Edge desktop and mobile versions in-line. The company recently announced Edge will use a common code base for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android, and iOS platforms. That’s turning into reality now. When comes to Android, dated Edge c
  10. Google expands its Android-based earthquake detection system It’s now available in Greece and New Zealand Google is turning Android phones into an earthquake detection system. Photo by Becca Farsace / The Verge Google is expanding its Android-based earthquake detection and alert system, filling in gaps in places where there are few seismometers and no early warning systems. Starting today, the program that launched in California last year will also be available in Greece and New Zealand. This also marks a new step for Google; it’
  11. The Play Store now has a new tool to make app installs feel faster on Android Crowdsourcing usage information will improve app downloads and opening times This story was originally published on Mar 19, 2021 and last updated 7 hours ago. Apps seem like they're always getting larger in size, putting a strain on your phone's resources and your data plan. Google has tried to combat this with App Bundles, a system that lets developers build multiple versions of their apps for different device configurations — the Play Store then downloads the appropriate A
  12. Google rolling out Android 12 Developer Preview 3 for Pixel phones Following a pair of patches in recent weeks, Google is rolling out Android 12 Developer Preview 3 (DP3) to Pixel phones today. This should be the final developer-quality preview before the Android Beta starts next month. Android 12 DP3 is an “incremental update for stability and performance.” Developers are advised to “get apps ready for consumer Beta” by releasing a “compatible update over the next few weeks.” This release offers a number of tools for app developers to improve t
  13. You Can Now Upload, View 4K Images on Twitter for Android Twitter just flipped the switch on Android and iOS devices, allowing users to upload and view images with a resolution of up to 4K. No more complaining about crappy image quality on Twitter, okay? To enable this on your device, head into the app’s Data Usage settings menu and select when you want the app to allow for 4K upload and viewing. You can choose Never, WiFi Only, or WiFi & Mobile Data. Totally up to you, but do note, 4K images come with larger file sizes. Watch out for that data plan of
  14. Google is no longer recommending RenderScript for performance-critical tasks Google introduced the RenderScript API for Android 3.0 Honeycomb almost a decade ago. It offered a way to accelerate certain performance-critical tasks by making use of heterogeneous hardware such as GPUs. Now, the company has announced that it will no longer recommend the legacy API for such tasks, and says that developers should shift to alternatives such as Vulkan. RenderScript APIs will be deprecated in Android 12, and while they will continue to work, if you compile RenderS
  15. Microsoft Edge for Android released as a preview Microsoft released Microsoft Edge for Android today to the public. Android users who want to try out Edge for Android can download and install the development version from Google Play. Microsoft Edge Canary for Android is compatible with Android 5.0 and newer devices. Microsoft Edge for Android is based on the latest version of Chromium, the current stable version of Microsoft Edge is based on a very old version of Chromium. Microsoft's Store description reveals that it plans to release daily updates
  16. Microsoft OneDrive app updates on Android and iOS with a host of feature improvements The iOS and Android OneDrive apps both updated today for their respective devices and each update was fairly significant with some fun improvements that go beyond the usual ambiguous and generic bug fixes. The iOS update, which brings the app up to Version 12.23.2, squashes two big bugs that were affecting OneDrive’s VoiceOver feature and re-enabled the ability to make writes to files. Here’s the full release notes: You can once again make writes to
  17. Google launches Lyra codec in beta to reduce voice call bandwidth usage NEW YORK, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 20: Google's offices stand in downtown Manhattan on October 20, 2020 in New York City. Accusing the company of using anticompetitive tactics to illegally monopolize the online search and search advertising markets, the Justice Department and 11 states Tuesday filed an antitrust case against Google. Image Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images Google today open-sourced Lyra in beta, an audio codec that uses machine learning to produce high-quality voice calls. The cod
  18. Microsoft’s Cortana meets an untimely end on iOS and Android This is only the latest development in a series of cuts for Cortana. Cortana on an iPhone. Microsoft Microsoft's Cortana app for iOS and Android will soon shut down, the company has announced on a support page. This effectively puts a nail in Cortana's coffin for consumer use cases, at least as far as competing directly with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa goes. Here's what the announcement says: We will soon b
  19. Samsung April 2021 security update is rolling out now to these Galaxy devices Samsung was once among the worst in the Android world when it came to updates big and small, but in 2021 they’re arguably better than Pixel. Now, Samsung is rolling out the April 2021 security update to its huge lineup of smartphones including Galaxy S21, S20, A52, and more. The April security patch, technically, hasn’t been fully released when Samsung started its rollout. Google follows a pattern of rolling out the update to its Pixel smartphones on the first Monday of every mont
  20. go to official page of TWRP recovery by clicking on this link https://twrp.mec/ to download twrp recovery according to your device and model name. if in list of device name your device name not show than you need to download from other third party website. Now, copy this .img file which you just downloaded and paste it in folder of your computer and rename it to twrp.img.
  21. ‘Final Fantasy VIII Remastered’ is Now Available for iOS and Android For a long while now, there has been a lonely little gap in the Final Fantasy folder on my iPhone. I could sit there and count the numbers up: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7… 9. Where are you, Final Fantasy VIII? Did Selphie take a wrong turn at Galbadia? Was Squall’s ambivalence so great that he could not get out of bed? Did they all just forget somehow? The 20th anniversary year came and went. A remaster appeared on consoles and computers. And that gap still persisted. Well, until now anyway. What a lovely litt
  22. Recently Patched Android Vulnerability Exploited in Attacks Google has warned Android users that a recently patched vulnerability has been exploited in attacks. The vulnerability in question, tracked as CVE-2020-11261, was patched by Google with the Android security updates released in January 2021. The vulnerability is a high-severity improper input validation issue affecting a display/graphics component from Qualcomm. The flaw was reported to Qualcomm through Google in July 2020 and it affects a long list of chipsets. In Qualcomm’s advisory, CV
  23. Clubhouse says its Android launch will take ‘a couple of months’ Image Credits: Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Social audio app Clubhouse has now promised a time frame of sorts for the launch of its anticipated Android version, following its recent hire of an Android software developer last month. In its weekly Townhall event on Sunday, Clubhouse co-founder Paul Davison remarked that the company was working “really hard” to come to Android, but said it’s going to take a “couple of months” to make that happen. That seems to indicate a time
  24. The new Barnes and Noble NOOK is really just a 10-inch Android tablet made by Lenovo arlier today, I told someone there was a new Barnes and Noble NOOK. Their response? They had no idea Barnes and Noble was still putting out NOOK devices! Yeah, I can understand that thinking, as who in the heck even buys a NOOK nowadays? I mean, look, hardcore readers usually opt for an e-ink Amazon Kindle. For those wanting a traditional tablet, an iPad still reigns supreme. So, yeah, with all of that said, there is an all-new NOOK coming next month, but in reality, it is
  25. Expert found a 1-Click RCE in the TikTok App for Android Egyptian security researcher Sayed Abdelhafiz discovered multiple bugs in TikTok Android Application that can be chained to achieve Remote code execution. Egyptian security researcher Sayed Abdelhafiz discovered multiple vulnerabilities in the TikTok Android Application that can be chained to achieve Remote code execution. “While testing TikTok for Android Application, I identified multiple bugs that can be chained to achieve Remote code execution that can be triaged through multiple dangerous attack vecto
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