:)
Alexa now allows you to place calls and send messages on tablets
Mar13

Alexa now allows you to place calls and send messages on tablets

I knew from the very first time Alexa was launched into the market that the power assistant from Amazon will only get better. Now, Amazon is going a step further by allowing you to make free calls and messages with Alexa without an Echo. You can place all calls—and that includes video calls, and send messages from Android tablets, iPads and Amazon Fire models [no surprise there]. All you have to do is to ask Alexa to get in touch; but...

Read More
Google Releases Android P Developer Preview
Mar08

Google Releases Android P Developer Preview

Google is sticking to a recent tradition—releasing the developer preview of the next Android version every March. The latest iteration, dubbed as Android P (no official name yet), is an early build for developers only for now. In brief, the mobile operating system is not for daily use. But what’s new for everyday users? Native Support for Display Cutout. The notches cut into the display atop the screen. Developers can test how their...

Read More
Messenger Lite now has a video calling feature
Mar08

Messenger Lite now has a video calling feature

With over 100 million downloads on the Play Store, Facebook’s Messenger Lite is turning out to be a well-thought of app for the developer. For an app that made its debut late last year, not many thought it would have clocked that milestone by now; but of course, Facebook is involved, and you know what that means. Facebook is going ahead with plans to make the messaging app even more popular by adding a video calling feature. Despite...

Read More
Skype unveils lighter version of its app for Android
Mar02

Skype unveils lighter version of its app for Android

Microsoft has released an optimized version of Skype designed for Android devices 4.0.3 to 5.1. In the next couple of days, Skype light will become available globally to everyone using version 4.0.3 to 5.1 of the Android operating system The optimized version of the face-to-face chat app is light on both disk and memory consumption. What that means is that your device will now be faster, with improved video and audio calling. Skype...

Read More
BlackBerry’s forthcoming “Ghost” is a bazel-less Android phone for the Indian market
Feb27

BlackBerry’s forthcoming “Ghost” is a bazel-less Android phone for the Indian market

The Indian market is everyone’s favorite—it is like the beautiful bride that everybody wants to catch a glimpse of—and even BlackBerry wants a taste of it. The Canadian phone maker as we already know is gearing up to launch a bazel-less Android phone; and it is definitely headed for India. Actually, BlackBerry retired from making phones sometimes ago, but it still finds a way to make phones albeit through third-parties. Ghost...

Read More
Google set to add location-based reminders to Google Assistant
Feb23

Google set to add location-based reminders to Google Assistant

Google Assistant is about to get smarter as Google is set to add location-based reminders to the app for Android smartphones. Google first made the announcement sometimes last year. The feature, according to the company, will help you organize and carry out multiple tasks at once with a single voice command. According to Softpedia, Google worked in close relation with phone manufacturers and carrier to bring deeper integration for its...

Read More