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Xiaomi Mi 6 - AndroGuru

Xiaomi Mi 6 could be launched on 11 April 2017

According to Weibo, the Xiaomi Mi 6 is rumored to be launched on April 11. There have been quite a few launch dates that have been reported earlier, but with the….

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Lenovo sells 3 million Moto M - AndroGuru

Lenovo sells 3 million Moto M units in less than six months

The Moto M managed to live up to it’s desired purpose as it has already sold over 3 million units in just over 6 months.

0 comments
Android Oreo - Android News - AndroGuru

Android O Preview now available to developers

This week, Google released the next version of the smartphone OS, a developer preview of the Android O also know as Oreo

0 comments
Raspberry Pi Zero - AndroGuru

Google’s Android Things OS won’t work on new Raspberry Pi board

The Raspberry Pi Zero W was launched on 28th February earlier this year. It is similar to the Raspberry Pi Zero but has Wireless Fidelity (802.11n wireless LAN) and Bluetooth (4.0) functionality for just around Rs.650.

0 comments
Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O - AndroGuru

Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O

With Android O the problem of keyboard navigation on Chromebooks will be tackled. This will be done by adding a standard for arrow and tab functions in Android.

0 comments
Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications - AndroGuru

Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications

Android O was first announced earlier this week. It’s all about presenting to the users a deeper customization experience.

0 comments
Samsung Galaxy 8

Color Options and Pricing of Samsung Galaxy S8 leaked

Evan lightly states that the Galaxy S8 will cost €799 while the Galaxy S8+ will be priced at €899.

0 comments
Super Mario Run for Android - AndroGuru

Super Mario Run for Android available from 23 March 2017

As per the tweet from Nintendo of America, Super Mario Run for Android will be available from 23rd March 2017. I

0 comments
Android Lock - 3 Simple Steps to Check Your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

3 Simple Steps to check your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

In this highly connected modern world, all mobile devices are vulnerable to dangerous remote attacks and everything from your personal, official and financial data can be mined from your smartphone.

0 comments
Walmat accidentally shelves Google Home early

Walmat “accidentally” shelves Google Home early

Google Home is now the second device to feature the full implementation of Google Voice Assistant.

0 comments
Samsung W2017

Samsung officially makes the W2017 a flip Android phone

The Samsung W2017 pricing has not been announced as of now, but there are talks that it could be priced at CNY 20,000.

0 comments

How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

0 comments
Xiaomi Mi 6 - AndroGuru

Xiaomi Mi 6 could be launched on 11 April 2017

According to Weibo, the Xiaomi Mi 6 is rumored to be launched on April 11. There have been quite a few launch dates that have been reported earlier, but with the….

0 comments
Lenovo sells 3 million Moto M - AndroGuru

Lenovo sells 3 million Moto M units in less than six months

The Moto M managed to live up to it’s desired purpose as it has already sold over 3 million units in just over 6 months.

0 comments
Android Oreo - Android News - AndroGuru

Android O Preview now available to developers

This week, Google released the next version of the smartphone OS, a developer preview of the Android O also know as Oreo

0 comments
Raspberry Pi Zero - AndroGuru

Google’s Android Things OS won’t work on new Raspberry Pi board

The Raspberry Pi Zero W was launched on 28th February earlier this year. It is similar to the Raspberry Pi Zero but has Wireless Fidelity (802.11n wireless LAN) and Bluetooth (4.0) functionality for just around Rs.650.

0 comments
Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O - AndroGuru

Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O

With Android O the problem of keyboard navigation on Chromebooks will be tackled. This will be done by adding a standard for arrow and tab functions in Android.

0 comments
Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications - AndroGuru

Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications

Android O was first announced earlier this week. It’s all about presenting to the users a deeper customization experience.

0 comments
Samsung Galaxy 8

Color Options and Pricing of Samsung Galaxy S8 leaked

Evan lightly states that the Galaxy S8 will cost €799 while the Galaxy S8+ will be priced at €899.

0 comments
Super Mario Run for Android - AndroGuru

Super Mario Run for Android available from 23 March 2017

As per the tweet from Nintendo of America, Super Mario Run for Android will be available from 23rd March 2017. I

0 comments
Android Lock - 3 Simple Steps to Check Your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

3 Simple Steps to check your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

In this highly connected modern world, all mobile devices are vulnerable to dangerous remote attacks and everything from your personal, official and financial data can be mined from your smartphone.

0 comments
Walmat accidentally shelves Google Home early

Walmat “accidentally” shelves Google Home early

Google Home is now the second device to feature the full implementation of Google Voice Assistant.

0 comments
Samsung W2017

Samsung officially makes the W2017 a flip Android phone

The Samsung W2017 pricing has not been announced as of now, but there are talks that it could be priced at CNY 20,000.

0 comments

How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

0 comments
Walmat accidentally shelves Google Home early

Walmat “accidentally” shelves Google Home early

Google Home is now the second device to feature the full implementation of Google Voice Assistant.

0 comments
Samsung W2017

Samsung officially makes the W2017 a flip Android phone

The Samsung W2017 pricing has not been announced as of now, but there are talks that it could be priced at CNY 20,000.

0 comments

How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

0 comments

Android Phones 2016 – the ones you need to get excited about

2016 has proved to be a great year for smartphones, what with Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 setting new highs for the premium line of Android handsets. However, let me remind you that the year is still not over and we have halfway to go which means that we also have some really interesting […]

0 comments

The Nexus Wishlist of Every Fan

Every time I get my hands on the Nexus 5X, the only thing that I am thinking is, ‘I hope they do better with your successor’. Last year was a disappointment for me as far as the Nexus phones are concerned and they did not capture my heart like I thought they would. This is […]

0 comments

Seriously out of fashion android apps

The world of smartphones is a dynamic one and keeps on evolving in a rapid fashion. The features and apps that are the entire fad today becomes redundant the next and many features fall by the wayside- even before reaching into hands of consumers in some cases. The world of technology is a brutal one […]

0 comments

Android apps you need to have in June 2016

The new edition of Android apps is out and I have picked out some really cool apps that you need to have in June 2016. Let us take a look at what is new and how you can make your smartphone even cooler and smarter. The must have apps this June June quickReply This is […]

0 comments

Plugzee – Turn your Audio speaker into Bluetooth speaker just like that

Today’s tech savvy world is all about wireless stuff. However, if you start taking a look at all your gadgets not every one of those will offer you that functionality. Maybe, your old speakers work fine but they definitely lack Bluetooth which makes them a bit of an inconvenience. If you are a true blue […]

0 comments

Bored? – Try these top 5 apps to slay it

We tech junkies have one thing in common – we get bored pretty easily and pretty soon. We always need something to keep us as well as our brains busy. This is why I have here a few apps that will help you all to slay your boredom in the most exciting manner possible. These […]

0 comments

India – The next big smartphone hub

The Indian smartphone market is revolutionizing the smartphone market and that is also bringing about changes in the Android world. A lot of factors and there fusion at just the right moment have created an environment of a booming smartphone sales where innovation is in full flow. Let us take a look at how India […]

0 comments

Systweak Android Cleaner App Review: Speed Booster Android

In this busy world, where everyone is engrossed in their works and have no time for others, the mobile phones keep them connected. Android smartphones have plentiful of apps which make communication process easier. But with the passage of time, the Android phones start slowing down. We need to clean our devices regularly to elevate […]

0 comments

Change the Android font to look like your own handwriting

As you already know and it is kind of obvious given what I write that I love Android. There are a lot of reasons as to why I am a super fan of Android but the one thing that recently made me fall even deeper was the fact that you can use your own handwriting […]

0 comments

How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

0 comments

Android Phones 2016 – the ones you need to get excited about

2016 has proved to be a great year for smartphones, what with Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 setting new highs for the premium line of Android handsets. However, let me remind you that the year is still not over and we have halfway to go which means that we also have some really interesting […]

0 comments

The Nexus Wishlist of Every Fan

Every time I get my hands on the Nexus 5X, the only thing that I am thinking is, ‘I hope they do better with your successor’. Last year was a disappointment for me as far as the Nexus phones are concerned and they did not capture my heart like I thought they would. This is […]

0 comments

Seriously out of fashion android apps

The world of smartphones is a dynamic one and keeps on evolving in a rapid fashion. The features and apps that are the entire fad today becomes redundant the next and many features fall by the wayside- even before reaching into hands of consumers in some cases. The world of technology is a brutal one […]

0 comments

Android apps you need to have in June 2016

The new edition of Android apps is out and I have picked out some really cool apps that you need to have in June 2016. Let us take a look at what is new and how you can make your smartphone even cooler and smarter. The must have apps this June June quickReply This is […]

0 comments

Plugzee – Turn your Audio speaker into Bluetooth speaker just like that

Today’s tech savvy world is all about wireless stuff. However, if you start taking a look at all your gadgets not every one of those will offer you that functionality. Maybe, your old speakers work fine but they definitely lack Bluetooth which makes them a bit of an inconvenience. If you are a true blue […]

0 comments

Bored? – Try these top 5 apps to slay it

We tech junkies have one thing in common – we get bored pretty easily and pretty soon. We always need something to keep us as well as our brains busy. This is why I have here a few apps that will help you all to slay your boredom in the most exciting manner possible. These […]

0 comments

India – The next big smartphone hub

The Indian smartphone market is revolutionizing the smartphone market and that is also bringing about changes in the Android world. A lot of factors and there fusion at just the right moment have created an environment of a booming smartphone sales where innovation is in full flow. Let us take a look at how India […]

0 comments

Systweak Android Cleaner App Review: Speed Booster Android

In this busy world, where everyone is engrossed in their works and have no time for others, the mobile phones keep them connected. Android smartphones have plentiful of apps which make communication process easier. But with the passage of time, the Android phones start slowing down. We need to clean our devices regularly to elevate […]

0 comments

Change the Android font to look like your own handwriting

As you already know and it is kind of obvious given what I write that I love Android. There are a lot of reasons as to why I am a super fan of Android but the one thing that recently made me fall even deeper was the fact that you can use your own handwriting […]

0 comments

Moto G4 vs Moto G4 Plus – What All is New

Lo and behold, the newest members of the Moto family are here – Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus. However, this time they are not made by Motorola or Google, this time they are all Lenovo’s. The new G4 as usual is a device for the mass market while G4 Plus is of course the […]

0 comments

Recovering deleted photos from your Android just like that

We all love taking pictures and our precious photo albums in our smartphone are as dear to us as our smartphone. If you are a photo lover like me then I am sure you know that feeling of a ‘bottomless pit in your stomach’ in case you have deleted a picture from your album by […]

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Xiaomi Mi 6 - AndroGuru

Xiaomi Mi 6 could be launched on 11 April 2017

According to Weibo, the Xiaomi Mi 6 is rumored to be launched on April 11. There have been quite a few launch dates that have been reported earlier, but with the….

0 comments
Lenovo sells 3 million Moto M - AndroGuru

Lenovo sells 3 million Moto M units in less than six months

The Moto M managed to live up to it’s desired purpose as it has already sold over 3 million units in just over 6 months.

0 comments
Android Oreo - Android News - AndroGuru

Android O Preview now available to developers

This week, Google released the next version of the smartphone OS, a developer preview of the Android O also know as Oreo

0 comments
Raspberry Pi Zero - AndroGuru

Google’s Android Things OS won’t work on new Raspberry Pi board

The Raspberry Pi Zero W was launched on 28th February earlier this year. It is similar to the Raspberry Pi Zero but has Wireless Fidelity (802.11n wireless LAN) and Bluetooth (4.0) functionality for just around Rs.650.

0 comments
Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O - AndroGuru

Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O

With Android O the problem of keyboard navigation on Chromebooks will be tackled. This will be done by adding a standard for arrow and tab functions in Android.

0 comments
Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications - AndroGuru

Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications

Android O was first announced earlier this week. It’s all about presenting to the users a deeper customization experience.

0 comments
Samsung Galaxy 8

Color Options and Pricing of Samsung Galaxy S8 leaked

Evan lightly states that the Galaxy S8 will cost €799 while the Galaxy S8+ will be priced at €899.

0 comments
Super Mario Run for Android - AndroGuru

Super Mario Run for Android available from 23 March 2017

As per the tweet from Nintendo of America, Super Mario Run for Android will be available from 23rd March 2017. I

0 comments
Android Lock - 3 Simple Steps to Check Your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

3 Simple Steps to check your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

In this highly connected modern world, all mobile devices are vulnerable to dangerous remote attacks and everything from your personal, official and financial data can be mined from your smartphone.

0 comments
Walmat accidentally shelves Google Home early

Walmat “accidentally” shelves Google Home early

Google Home is now the second device to feature the full implementation of Google Voice Assistant.

0 comments
Samsung W2017

Samsung officially makes the W2017 a flip Android phone

The Samsung W2017 pricing has not been announced as of now, but there are talks that it could be priced at CNY 20,000.

0 comments

How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

0 comments
Samsung W2017

Samsung officially makes the W2017 a flip Android phone

The Samsung W2017 pricing has not been announced as of now, but there are talks that it could be priced at CNY 20,000.

0 comments

How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

0 comments

Android Phones 2016 – the ones you need to get excited about

2016 has proved to be a great year for smartphones, what with Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 setting new highs for the premium line of Android handsets. However, let me remind you that the year is still not over and we have halfway to go which means that we also have some really interesting […]

0 comments

The Nexus Wishlist of Every Fan

Every time I get my hands on the Nexus 5X, the only thing that I am thinking is, ‘I hope they do better with your successor’. Last year was a disappointment for me as far as the Nexus phones are concerned and they did not capture my heart like I thought they would. This is […]

0 comments

Seriously out of fashion android apps

The world of smartphones is a dynamic one and keeps on evolving in a rapid fashion. The features and apps that are the entire fad today becomes redundant the next and many features fall by the wayside- even before reaching into hands of consumers in some cases. The world of technology is a brutal one […]

0 comments

Android apps you need to have in June 2016

The new edition of Android apps is out and I have picked out some really cool apps that you need to have in June 2016. Let us take a look at what is new and how you can make your smartphone even cooler and smarter. The must have apps this June June quickReply This is […]

0 comments

Plugzee – Turn your Audio speaker into Bluetooth speaker just like that

Today’s tech savvy world is all about wireless stuff. However, if you start taking a look at all your gadgets not every one of those will offer you that functionality. Maybe, your old speakers work fine but they definitely lack Bluetooth which makes them a bit of an inconvenience. If you are a true blue […]

0 comments

Bored? – Try these top 5 apps to slay it

We tech junkies have one thing in common – we get bored pretty easily and pretty soon. We always need something to keep us as well as our brains busy. This is why I have here a few apps that will help you all to slay your boredom in the most exciting manner possible. These […]

0 comments

India – The next big smartphone hub

The Indian smartphone market is revolutionizing the smartphone market and that is also bringing about changes in the Android world. A lot of factors and there fusion at just the right moment have created an environment of a booming smartphone sales where innovation is in full flow. Let us take a look at how India […]

0 comments

Systweak Android Cleaner App Review: Speed Booster Android

In this busy world, where everyone is engrossed in their works and have no time for others, the mobile phones keep them connected. Android smartphones have plentiful of apps which make communication process easier. But with the passage of time, the Android phones start slowing down. We need to clean our devices regularly to elevate […]

0 comments

Change the Android font to look like your own handwriting

As you already know and it is kind of obvious given what I write that I love Android. There are a lot of reasons as to why I am a super fan of Android but the one thing that recently made me fall even deeper was the fact that you can use your own handwriting […]

0 comments

Moto G4 vs Moto G4 Plus – What All is New

Lo and behold, the newest members of the Moto family are here – Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus. However, this time they are not made by Motorola or Google, this time they are all Lenovo’s. The new G4 as usual is a device for the mass market while G4 Plus is of course the […]

0 comments
Xiaomi Mi 6 - AndroGuru

Xiaomi Mi 6 could be launched on 11 April 2017

According to Weibo, the Xiaomi Mi 6 is rumored to be launched on April 11. There have been quite a few launch dates that have been reported earlier, but with the….

0 comments
Lenovo sells 3 million Moto M - AndroGuru

Lenovo sells 3 million Moto M units in less than six months

The Moto M managed to live up to it’s desired purpose as it has already sold over 3 million units in just over 6 months.

0 comments
Android Oreo - Android News - AndroGuru

Android O Preview now available to developers

This week, Google released the next version of the smartphone OS, a developer preview of the Android O also know as Oreo

0 comments
Raspberry Pi Zero - AndroGuru

Google’s Android Things OS won’t work on new Raspberry Pi board

The Raspberry Pi Zero W was launched on 28th February earlier this year. It is similar to the Raspberry Pi Zero but has Wireless Fidelity (802.11n wireless LAN) and Bluetooth (4.0) functionality for just around Rs.650.

0 comments
Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O - AndroGuru

Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O

With Android O the problem of keyboard navigation on Chromebooks will be tackled. This will be done by adding a standard for arrow and tab functions in Android.

0 comments
Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications - AndroGuru

Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications

Android O was first announced earlier this week. It’s all about presenting to the users a deeper customization experience.

0 comments
Samsung Galaxy 8

Color Options and Pricing of Samsung Galaxy S8 leaked

Evan lightly states that the Galaxy S8 will cost €799 while the Galaxy S8+ will be priced at €899.

0 comments
Super Mario Run for Android - AndroGuru

Super Mario Run for Android available from 23 March 2017

As per the tweet from Nintendo of America, Super Mario Run for Android will be available from 23rd March 2017. I

0 comments
Android Lock - 3 Simple Steps to Check Your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

3 Simple Steps to check your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

In this highly connected modern world, all mobile devices are vulnerable to dangerous remote attacks and everything from your personal, official and financial data can be mined from your smartphone.

0 comments
Walmat accidentally shelves Google Home early

Walmat “accidentally” shelves Google Home early

Google Home is now the second device to feature the full implementation of Google Voice Assistant.

0 comments
Samsung W2017

Samsung officially makes the W2017 a flip Android phone

The Samsung W2017 pricing has not been announced as of now, but there are talks that it could be priced at CNY 20,000.

0 comments

How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

0 comments
Android Oreo - Android News - AndroGuru

Android O Preview now available to developers

This week, Google released the next version of the smartphone OS, a developer preview of the Android O also know as Oreo

0 comments
Raspberry Pi Zero - AndroGuru

Google’s Android Things OS won’t work on new Raspberry Pi board

The Raspberry Pi Zero W was launched on 28th February earlier this year. It is similar to the Raspberry Pi Zero but has Wireless Fidelity (802.11n wireless LAN) and Bluetooth (4.0) functionality for just around Rs.650.

0 comments
Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O - AndroGuru

Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O

With Android O the problem of keyboard navigation on Chromebooks will be tackled. This will be done by adding a standard for arrow and tab functions in Android.

0 comments
Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications - AndroGuru

Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications

Android O was first announced earlier this week. It’s all about presenting to the users a deeper customization experience.

0 comments
Samsung Galaxy 8

Color Options and Pricing of Samsung Galaxy S8 leaked

Evan lightly states that the Galaxy S8 will cost €799 while the Galaxy S8+ will be priced at €899.

0 comments
Super Mario Run for Android - AndroGuru

Super Mario Run for Android available from 23 March 2017

As per the tweet from Nintendo of America, Super Mario Run for Android will be available from 23rd March 2017. I

0 comments
Android Lock - 3 Simple Steps to Check Your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

3 Simple Steps to check your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

In this highly connected modern world, all mobile devices are vulnerable to dangerous remote attacks and everything from your personal, official and financial data can be mined from your smartphone.

0 comments
Walmat accidentally shelves Google Home early

Walmat “accidentally” shelves Google Home early

Google Home is now the second device to feature the full implementation of Google Voice Assistant.

0 comments
Samsung W2017

Samsung officially makes the W2017 a flip Android phone

The Samsung W2017 pricing has not been announced as of now, but there are talks that it could be priced at CNY 20,000.

0 comments

How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

0 comments

Android Phones 2016 – the ones you need to get excited about

2016 has proved to be a great year for smartphones, what with Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 setting new highs for the premium line of Android handsets. However, let me remind you that the year is still not over and we have halfway to go which means that we also have some really interesting […]

0 comments

The Nexus Wishlist of Every Fan

Every time I get my hands on the Nexus 5X, the only thing that I am thinking is, ‘I hope they do better with your successor’. Last year was a disappointment for me as far as the Nexus phones are concerned and they did not capture my heart like I thought they would. This is […]

0 comments
Android Oreo - Android News - AndroGuru

Android O Preview now available to developers

This week, Google released the next version of the smartphone OS, a developer preview of the Android O also know as Oreo

0 comments
Raspberry Pi Zero - AndroGuru

Google’s Android Things OS won’t work on new Raspberry Pi board

The Raspberry Pi Zero W was launched on 28th February earlier this year. It is similar to the Raspberry Pi Zero but has Wireless Fidelity (802.11n wireless LAN) and Bluetooth (4.0) functionality for just around Rs.650.

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Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O - AndroGuru

Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O

With Android O the problem of keyboard navigation on Chromebooks will be tackled. This will be done by adding a standard for arrow and tab functions in Android.

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Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications - AndroGuru

Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications

Android O was first announced earlier this week. It’s all about presenting to the users a deeper customization experience.

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Samsung Galaxy 8

Color Options and Pricing of Samsung Galaxy S8 leaked

Evan lightly states that the Galaxy S8 will cost €799 while the Galaxy S8+ will be priced at €899.

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Super Mario Run for Android - AndroGuru

Super Mario Run for Android available from 23 March 2017

As per the tweet from Nintendo of America, Super Mario Run for Android will be available from 23rd March 2017. I

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Android Lock - 3 Simple Steps to Check Your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

3 Simple Steps to check your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

In this highly connected modern world, all mobile devices are vulnerable to dangerous remote attacks and everything from your personal, official and financial data can be mined from your smartphone.

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Walmat accidentally shelves Google Home early

Walmat “accidentally” shelves Google Home early

Google Home is now the second device to feature the full implementation of Google Voice Assistant.

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Samsung W2017

Samsung officially makes the W2017 a flip Android phone

The Samsung W2017 pricing has not been announced as of now, but there are talks that it could be priced at CNY 20,000.

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How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

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Android Phones 2016 – the ones you need to get excited about

2016 has proved to be a great year for smartphones, what with Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 setting new highs for the premium line of Android handsets. However, let me remind you that the year is still not over and we have halfway to go which means that we also have some really interesting […]

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The Nexus Wishlist of Every Fan

Every time I get my hands on the Nexus 5X, the only thing that I am thinking is, ‘I hope they do better with your successor’. Last year was a disappointment for me as far as the Nexus phones are concerned and they did not capture my heart like I thought they would. This is […]

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Android Oreo - Android News - AndroGuru

Android O Preview now available to developers

This week, Google released the next version of the smartphone OS, a developer preview of the Android O also know as Oreo

0 comments
Raspberry Pi Zero - AndroGuru

Google’s Android Things OS won’t work on new Raspberry Pi board

The Raspberry Pi Zero W was launched on 28th February earlier this year. It is similar to the Raspberry Pi Zero but has Wireless Fidelity (802.11n wireless LAN) and Bluetooth (4.0) functionality for just around Rs.650.

0 comments
Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O - AndroGuru

Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O

With Android O the problem of keyboard navigation on Chromebooks will be tackled. This will be done by adding a standard for arrow and tab functions in Android.

0 comments
Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications - AndroGuru

Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications

Android O was first announced earlier this week. It’s all about presenting to the users a deeper customization experience.

0 comments
Samsung Galaxy 8

Color Options and Pricing of Samsung Galaxy S8 leaked

Evan lightly states that the Galaxy S8 will cost €799 while the Galaxy S8+ will be priced at €899.

0 comments
Super Mario Run for Android - AndroGuru

Super Mario Run for Android available from 23 March 2017

As per the tweet from Nintendo of America, Super Mario Run for Android will be available from 23rd March 2017. I

0 comments
Android Lock - 3 Simple Steps to Check Your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

3 Simple Steps to check your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

In this highly connected modern world, all mobile devices are vulnerable to dangerous remote attacks and everything from your personal, official and financial data can be mined from your smartphone.

0 comments
Walmat accidentally shelves Google Home early

Walmat “accidentally” shelves Google Home early

Google Home is now the second device to feature the full implementation of Google Voice Assistant.

0 comments
Samsung W2017

Samsung officially makes the W2017 a flip Android phone

The Samsung W2017 pricing has not been announced as of now, but there are talks that it could be priced at CNY 20,000.

0 comments

How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

0 comments

Android Phones 2016 – the ones you need to get excited about

2016 has proved to be a great year for smartphones, what with Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 setting new highs for the premium line of Android handsets. However, let me remind you that the year is still not over and we have halfway to go which means that we also have some really interesting […]

0 comments

The Nexus Wishlist of Every Fan

Every time I get my hands on the Nexus 5X, the only thing that I am thinking is, ‘I hope they do better with your successor’. Last year was a disappointment for me as far as the Nexus phones are concerned and they did not capture my heart like I thought they would. This is […]

0 comments
Samsung W2017

Samsung officially makes the W2017 a flip Android phone

The Samsung W2017 pricing has not been announced as of now, but there are talks that it could be priced at CNY 20,000.

0 comments

How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

0 comments

Android Phones 2016 – the ones you need to get excited about

2016 has proved to be a great year for smartphones, what with Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 setting new highs for the premium line of Android handsets. However, let me remind you that the year is still not over and we have halfway to go which means that we also have some really interesting […]

0 comments

The Nexus Wishlist of Every Fan

Every time I get my hands on the Nexus 5X, the only thing that I am thinking is, ‘I hope they do better with your successor’. Last year was a disappointment for me as far as the Nexus phones are concerned and they did not capture my heart like I thought they would. This is […]

0 comments

Seriously out of fashion android apps

The world of smartphones is a dynamic one and keeps on evolving in a rapid fashion. The features and apps that are the entire fad today becomes redundant the next and many features fall by the wayside- even before reaching into hands of consumers in some cases. The world of technology is a brutal one […]

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Android apps you need to have in June 2016

The new edition of Android apps is out and I have picked out some really cool apps that you need to have in June 2016. Let us take a look at what is new and how you can make your smartphone even cooler and smarter. The must have apps this June June quickReply This is […]

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Plugzee – Turn your Audio speaker into Bluetooth speaker just like that

Today’s tech savvy world is all about wireless stuff. However, if you start taking a look at all your gadgets not every one of those will offer you that functionality. Maybe, your old speakers work fine but they definitely lack Bluetooth which makes them a bit of an inconvenience. If you are a true blue […]

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Bored? – Try these top 5 apps to slay it

We tech junkies have one thing in common – we get bored pretty easily and pretty soon. We always need something to keep us as well as our brains busy. This is why I have here a few apps that will help you all to slay your boredom in the most exciting manner possible. These […]

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India – The next big smartphone hub

The Indian smartphone market is revolutionizing the smartphone market and that is also bringing about changes in the Android world. A lot of factors and there fusion at just the right moment have created an environment of a booming smartphone sales where innovation is in full flow. Let us take a look at how India […]

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Systweak Android Cleaner App Review: Speed Booster Android

In this busy world, where everyone is engrossed in their works and have no time for others, the mobile phones keep them connected. Android smartphones have plentiful of apps which make communication process easier. But with the passage of time, the Android phones start slowing down. We need to clean our devices regularly to elevate […]

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Change the Android font to look like your own handwriting

As you already know and it is kind of obvious given what I write that I love Android. There are a lot of reasons as to why I am a super fan of Android but the one thing that recently made me fall even deeper was the fact that you can use your own handwriting […]

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Moto G4 vs Moto G4 Plus – What All is New

Lo and behold, the newest members of the Moto family are here – Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus. However, this time they are not made by Motorola or Google, this time they are all Lenovo’s. The new G4 as usual is a device for the mass market while G4 Plus is of course the […]

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Android Oreo - Android News - AndroGuru

Android O Preview now available to developers

This week, Google released the next version of the smartphone OS, a developer preview of the Android O also know as Oreo

0 comments
Raspberry Pi Zero - AndroGuru

Google’s Android Things OS won’t work on new Raspberry Pi board

The Raspberry Pi Zero W was launched on 28th February earlier this year. It is similar to the Raspberry Pi Zero but has Wireless Fidelity (802.11n wireless LAN) and Bluetooth (4.0) functionality for just around Rs.650.

0 comments
Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O - AndroGuru

Richer Keyboard experience for Chromebooks with Android O

With Android O the problem of keyboard navigation on Chromebooks will be tackled. This will be done by adding a standard for arrow and tab functions in Android.

0 comments
Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications - AndroGuru

Android O makes it easier to add custom ringtones and notifications

Android O was first announced earlier this week. It’s all about presenting to the users a deeper customization experience.

0 comments
Samsung Galaxy 8

Color Options and Pricing of Samsung Galaxy S8 leaked

Evan lightly states that the Galaxy S8 will cost €799 while the Galaxy S8+ will be priced at €899.

0 comments
Super Mario Run for Android - AndroGuru

Super Mario Run for Android available from 23 March 2017

As per the tweet from Nintendo of America, Super Mario Run for Android will be available from 23rd March 2017. I

0 comments
Android Lock - 3 Simple Steps to Check Your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

3 Simple Steps to check your Android Device’s Security Patch Level

In this highly connected modern world, all mobile devices are vulnerable to dangerous remote attacks and everything from your personal, official and financial data can be mined from your smartphone.

0 comments
Walmat accidentally shelves Google Home early

Walmat “accidentally” shelves Google Home early

Google Home is now the second device to feature the full implementation of Google Voice Assistant.

0 comments
Samsung W2017

Samsung officially makes the W2017 a flip Android phone

The Samsung W2017 pricing has not been announced as of now, but there are talks that it could be priced at CNY 20,000.

0 comments

How to reduce mobile data usage on Android

We tech junkies love exploring new things and for that we need our internet connection all the time. Unfortunately, these connections do not come cheap. In fact, the unlimited data plans are so expensive these days that I am always scared of exceeding my monthly data allowance – something I am sure you can relate […]

0 comments

Bluetooth –What is it and how to use it?

If you were not living under a rock for the last decade, which I can safely assume you were not then you must have heard about Bluetooth. However, most of you are still unaware what it actually is, how it works and what you can do with it. I will help you fill in the […]

0 comments

Android Music Players – The best of the best

I am a big Android fan and I make no bones about it. This is why I am very happy whenever I meet an Apple-to-Android convert. The one common reason because of which these converts switched to an Android, include words like ‘iTunes’ and ‘oppression’. The best thing about Android for me is the unrestricted […]

0 comments

Android Phones 2016 – the ones you need to get excited about

2016 has proved to be a great year for smartphones, what with Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 setting new highs for the premium line of Android handsets. However, let me remind you that the year is still not over and we have halfway to go which means that we also have some really interesting […]

0 comments

The Nexus Wishlist of Every Fan

Every time I get my hands on the Nexus 5X, the only thing that I am thinking is, ‘I hope they do better with your successor’. Last year was a disappointment for me as far as the Nexus phones are concerned and they did not capture my heart like I thought they would. This is […]

0 comments

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