Browsers For Android

The Best Browsers For Android

The category of web browsers is one of the most populated with different applications that have similar goals and are distinguished by focusing on functions in particular such as personalization, blocking ads or great performance. This latter quality has made Chrome the most popular web browser. It is very surprising that some web browsers, such as UC Browser, have in a short time surpassed other apps in this category that were doing a great job. Exclusive functions to block ads or put the user’s privacy…

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Bingo Extra: The Fun Therapy

Some fun and entertainment time is essential for all of us as it helps us find ourselves back after working all day long. All of us have our specific ways to rest. While some prefer console games, other might prefer visiting different countries occasionally. But one activity that can help you relax daily is online gaming. Online gaming sets a platform where fun is unlimited and where some extra money can be won as well. At Bingo Extra- the best online bingo site, you can…

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share-your-location

Five apps to share your location in real time

Google Maps has included a few days ago the ability to share the location in real time, so that any contact, friend or family can always know where we are. A very useful function when we have an appointment or a meeting of friends or family. In the heat of this new Google Maps that you have stolen from Google+, we will show you four more applications to share the estimated time of arrival in real time. Maps that, due to the importance that is…

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Facebook Stories

Facebook Stories: What are and how Facebook ephemeral stories work?

The ephemeral messaging, that allows us to contact with other people with messages that disappear within a specific deadline, is not something for nothing recent. The best-known mobile application that bets all this way to establish contact without any doubt is Snapchat, but seen its success other important apps have decided to imitate it. First, it was Instagram that decided to take the step of allowing its users to share their experiences through Stories, images and videos accessible for 24 hours, and Facebook, which had…

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WhatsApp

WhatsApp two-step verification is now available for everyone

Everything is for greater security, and we appreciate it: WhatsApp has allowed us to play with the verification in two steps since November last year, but in a beta version that until today has not become a reality for the more than one billion Of users who have the messaging application. When I say “for all” I mean those mobile users who have Android, iOS or Windows Phone as operating systems, so that few people escapes the possibility. Why “two steps”? As the first is…

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Android applications

The Coolest Apps So Far This Year

When you scroll through the App Store or Google Play Store, you might be a bit overwhelmed by the sheer number of apps out there that you could download. No matter what category you’re looking through, there is a huge number of apps that you can choose from. So, how could you possibly choose the best apps on the market? Well, you’re going to read this article of course! We’re here to show you some of the coolest apps of the year so far.

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5 Great Apps to Jumpstart Your Social Life in College

College is primarily for educating yourself, but you can bet your life you’ll be miserable if you don’t also have a social life. That said, not everyone is great at meeting new people, and it can be intimidating to try and make new friends when the only common ground you have is that you attend the same school. Here are five fun social apps for you to try out that will help get out there in the best way. 1. Bumble BFF Bumble! It’s not…

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GlassWire

GlassWire is the most beautiful application to view network usage and control your data

Are you happy with Android data usage statistics? Allow me to doubt it. While thankful for the effort, the Android Data Usage section – at least the most common version on most phones – leaves a lot to be desired. It is ugly, boring and implies that you go inside each application to see the details (which are not many, everything is said). Luckily, there are third-party apps to have more in-depth control of what data you’re going on like veteran Onavo and the legendary…

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5 Must-Have Apps for College Students

Productivity is essential, especially with the busy schedule of a college student. There are countless smartphone apps that can help you along. If you’re one of the nearly three-quarters of all college students with a smartphone (according to a 2013 Pearson report), then you can manage your schedule, study routine, and note-taking. There are literally hundreds of college apps to choose from. Here are five that you absolutely should have to make college life easier. 1. Google Drive Free and cloud-based, this app allows you…

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Gboard Beta

Gboard Beta adds Google translator directly on the keyboard

Yesterday we heard about the new public beta of Gboard and Google Play Services and today we have the first fruits of it: the version 6.1 of the Google keyboard that includes translation of text on the keyboard and a new selector of topics. If you want to try some magic on your Android, sign up for the Gboard beta and try the new text translation. Instead of writing a text, translating it and then pasting it, the translation happens as you type, in real…

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