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  1. 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,
  2. 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 &
  3. 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
  4. Netflix testing a timer feature on Android devices that stops streaming after set period A useful tool for anyone who falls asleep with Netflix on LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX Netflix is launching a global test today on Android devices that will allow subscribers to set a timer for their viewing period. The new feature lets people choose between four timer settings: 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes, or end of whatever people are watching. After the selected time limit comes to an end, the Netflix app will stop. This should, in theory, help conse
  5. Google Chrome on Android is getting a Read Later feature Google has been working on a Read Later feature for Android for some time, and the feature has now shown up, without a flag, on Chrome Canary for Android. The feature lets you “bookmark” articles you want to read later from the long-press menu on links, meaning you can create a collection of articles you want to go back to later. The feature competes with a similar feature from Pocket, though of course less sophisticated, as it does not appear to sync across devices at present.
  6. Google Lens for Android rolling out offline translate capability Since last year, Google has been working on letting you perform translations in its visual search tool without an internet connection. Google Lens is now rolling out offline translate on Android. Open the Translate filter and click the “pairing” pill underneath “Google Lens” to open a “Select language” screen. On first launch, you’ll notice a “Tap to download” prompt highlighting a new button next to most languages. Before proceeding, Google will note how big the offline language p
  7. Netflix delivers 'studio-quality' sound upgrade for Android viewers Sound should be more reliable on cellular, too. Omar Marques/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Don’t be surprised if Netflix sounds nicer the next time you marathon a show on your Android phone. Netflix has upgraded its Android app to stream audio in xHE-AAC (Extended HE-AAC with MPEG-D DRC; yes, it’s a mouthful), promising “studio-quality” sound that’s also more consistent — that is, you should enjoy it in more places. The new format offers a variable bitrate that
  8. Firefox for Android is still miles away from full extension support When Mozilla launched the redesigned Firefox mobile browser for Android, codename Fenix, in 2020, it knew that the new browser did not support all the features of the previous one. The organization hoped that users would see the benefits of the new Firefox browser for Android, that it offered better performance and web compatibility. One of the main complaints was that the new Firefox lacked full support for extensions. It was not even clear from the get-go if the new browser would support extensions at
  9. Firefox 85 on Android will allow extension installs from AMO Mozilla has announced that Firefox users on Android will be able to install browser extensions directly from addons.mozilla.org (AMO) starting with Firefox 85 which is due for release on January 25. The company said that allowing users to install extensions directly from AMO will help smooth out the installation process of add-ons. Until now, Firefox users on Android could only install add-ons that had been vetted directly from the browser’s Add-ons Manager; the firm will likely keep thi
  10. Best Android tablets of 2021: which should you buy? Don't want an iPad? Try one of the best Android tablets (Image credit: Samsung; Asus) The best Android tablet at any given time is often made by Samsung, as not many other companies are making premium Android slates. As such, this list has a few different Samsung tablets in it, with the iPad Pro 2020-rivaling Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus sitting at the top. There are some options if you’re not into Samsung’s slates though. Amazon also makes excellent A
  11. Microsoft To Do for Android gets updated Microsoft’s task management app, Microsoft To Do for Android has received an update. Taking the app to Version 2.35.176, the update brings improved TalkBack announcements for “Search” functionality, bug fixes for app crashes, and list sharing issues. You can see the official changelog below. Changelog In this release we have improved TalkBack announcements for “Search” functionality. There are also some bug fixes for app crashes and list sharing issues. You can download the latest version of Microsoft To Do app from the below link
  12. Hackers used 4 zero-days to infect Windows and Android devices Boobytrapped websites are used by attackers to infect people who visited them. Enlarge Getty Images 27 with 23 posters participating Google researchers have detailed a sophisticated hacking operation that exploited vulnerabilities in Chrome and Windows to install malware on Android and Windows devices. Some of the exploits were zero-days, meaning they targeted vulnerabilities that at the time were unknown to Google, Microsoft,
  13. Google discloses hacking campaign targeting Windows, Android users Project Zero, Google's 0day bug-hunting team, revealed a hacking campaign coordinated by "a highly sophisticated actor" and targeting Windows and Android users with zero-day and n-day exploits. The Project Zero team, in collaboration with the Google Threat Analysis Group (TAG), discovered a watering hole attack using two exploit servers in early 2020, each of them using separate exploit chains to compromise potential targets. "These exploit chains are designed for efficiency & flexi
  14. Microsoft Launcher for Android gets UI and battery life improvements Unlike a standard Android launcher, Microsoft Launcher does look and feel quite different from standard Android. It comes with dark mode, organized apps menu, and a home screen to keep you up to date with services like Microsoft To Do, Outlook, Calendar and wallpapers from Bing. Microsoft Launcher for Android smartphones just got even better with a new update rolling out to everyone. The update was previously available for beta users and it has features such as screen time support on Surfa
  15. Minecraft Earth is being discontinued on June 30th Mojang Studios’ Minecraft Earth is being closed down this year following a year of lowered player numbers amidst the current climate. “Minecraft Earth was designed around free movement and collaborative play – two things that have become near impossible in the current global situation,” Mojang wrote. “As a result, we have made the difficult decision to re-allocate our resources to other areas that provide value to the Minecraft community and to end support for Minecraft Earth.” Minecraft Earth will reach its end fo
  16. How to use AirPlay to share music from an Android phone While Google’s Cast ecosystem is fairly open, allowing connections from both Android and iOS devices, Apple’s AirPlay isn’t nearly as easy. Here’s how to connect to AirPlay devices from an Android phone or tablet. Apple AirPlay, like Google’s Cast and Chromecast, is built to be a seamless way to share music, movies, and photos from macOS and iOS devices to a HomePod or other Apple device, as well as third-party receivers. Many devices from companies like Roku and Vizio offer AirPlay compatibility.
  17. Nova Launcher is getting a major rewrite with new animations in version 7 Nova Launcher is undoubtedly one of the most popular third-party launcher apps available on the Play Store today. The launcher has been around for almost a decade now, and it has managed to stay relevant thanks to a constant stream of updates that bring new features to the table. However, since the launcher is still based on the open-source Launcher2 app in the Android Open Source Project (AOS), it has become increasingly difficult for the developers to merge new changes from AOSP to the launcher
  18. Protect your Android photos from prying eyes with Photok Photok is a free open source application for Google Android devices that provides you with options to store photos on the Android device in a protected environment to add another layer of protection. Android devices can be protected through various means, but once the device is unlocked, most features become available immediately. If you don't want someone else to browse your photo gallery if they manage to unlock the device, then you may want to check out the free app Photok. Tip: you
  19. Use PictureThis to identify plants on your mobile Ever wondered what the name of a particular plant that you came across was, where it originally came from, or what it favors in terms of light, soil and temperature? PictureThis is a mobile application for Google Android and Apple iOS devices that aims to provide you with the information. It works similarly to other apps used for identification purposes such as Google Lens, but focuses solely on plants. Note: The app gives free users a limited number of identifications only; these can be increased but are sti
  20. 11 great apps for your new 2020 Android device Along with a halfway decent replacement for the Dark Sky weather app If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement. Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge The first thing to do when you get a new phone is to log back into all your accounts — email, Facebook, Signal, and so on — to make sure you’re getting all the important notifications you need and messages from friends. But after that, you’
  21. Looking for YouTube's Autoplay option? Google moved it! Google released updates for the company's YouTube application for Android and Apple's iOS operating system recently. One of the changes of the update moved the autoplay toggle; it is now displayed in the media player. YouTube users who use the web version, e.g. on a desktop operating system such as Windows, will get the same change. Google is rolling it out currently to all users who access YouTube on the web. Most users should see a prompt the next time they play a video on the site stating "loo
  22. Edge history and tab sync starts showing up on Android Microsoft is finally bringing history syncing to its Edge browser on mobile devices, at least for some users. According to Windows Central, the capability is now rolling out to users using the beta version of the browser on Android, and the feature should be enabled on the server side, though users are spotting it on version 45.11.24.5118. Edge's syncing capabilities have been a point of criticism since its launch, though the browser has supported favorite and password syncing since it's been
  23. Ponydroid Download Manager v1.5.10 (Patched) (derrin Mod) Ponydroid is a download manager download manager specially designed to optimize and automate the downloads. Install Ponydroid on your smartphone or tablet and enjoy the comfortable features when it comes to downloading files. It is available in English Spanish Japanese. Italian German French Portuguese Simplified and Tradicional Chinese Russian Polish Romanian and Korean. The application is in charge of everything it accesses the web where the file is hosted it waits the required time and starts d
  24. I've been using Microsoft Authenticator Beta app for a while on my Android phone, today I received an update and now the app works as a system-wide password manager (Password filler), for all websites and apps. This should work on IOS too. Links to Google play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.azure.authenticator&hl=en_US&gl=US And App store. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/microsoft-authenticator/id983156458 (remember you have to enroll in Beta for now until this is rolled out to the public) Q: How are my pas
  25. Google breaks SMS on many Android phones, is rolling back changes now Android’s Carrier Services app, which has over a billion downloads, is on the fritz. Enlarge / Google's Messaging app. It's broken now. Google 88 with 69 posters participating If the text messages on your Android phone have suddenly stopped working, you're not alone. Google pushed out a bad copy of the Carrier Services app, and the result was broken SMS on many Android phones. It also sounds like the company is rolling back the update and fixin
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