“So you’ve just purchased an Android phone? Or maybe you’re looking to improve your experience on an existing Android phone? There is a plethora of options you can change and apps you can add to improve your Android experience! Let’s go over 4 simple things you can do to speed
Typically, I’d have looked at my phone at least ten times by the end of this post. The level of smartphone distraction is very high – especially with folks working from home, working alone. That has changed and, ironically, it’s because of an app I started using about a few
The designers and developers at Google try to make Android a platform that’s easy to use. Part of this makes Android a productive environment already with swipe for managing Notifications, “Ok, Google” for Google Now Search and a variety of other touch and voice gestures. But there is always scope
Email is a “problematic” communication tool that’s here to stay for a long time. Lots of people and companies – including giants like Google – are trying to figure out a way to make email really work. And one of the philosophies that drive today’s email conundrum is Inbox Zero
Do you use multiple Gmail accounts or email accounts from different providers? If you do, then it must so tiring to browse through them to find your emails. Now with the latest upgrade to Gmail for Android, Google aims to put all your emails in the Gmail unified inbox. The “All
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This infographic, created by Techiesense, illustrates some very interesting historical facts about Android – exciting features, tips and tricks and loads of other Android stats that you may not have heard before.