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How to use Google Handwriting Input as an alternative to typing on a keyboard

Google released an app called Google Handwriting Input early in 2015 and it aims to make writing easier by using your handwriting to create words and emojis. Whether you choose

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Google App gets updated to version 5.8.50.16 APK Download

What is it? Google has quietly pushed an update to their official Google App on Android to bring it to version 5.8.50.16. The Google App is the backbone on Android

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11 tips that will drastically improve your Android’s battery life

  Cell phones are amazing. Think about how much they’ve advanced in the 2000’s. We’re now connected wherever we go, and our phones are the main source of communication and entertainment

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Dramatically improve your Android experience with the Google Now Launcher

There’s a good percentage of you readers who know the exact differences between Android devices from different manufacturers. For those of you who are enthusiasts, this article probably isn’t for

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How To: Disable and enable T-Mobile’s ‘Binge On’ from your phone

T-Mobile’s Binge On has been controversial since its announcement. If you’re not familiar with the program, T-Mobile “optimizes” video streamed over cellular data from certain video providers and doesn’t count

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Accidentally swipe away a notification? Here’s how you can get it back!

One of the best things about Android is the notification system. It’s elegant in its simplicity. It stays out of your way until you want to deal with the notification,

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What is VPN and how do I use it with Android?

Each time you use the Internet, your connection goes through a vast network of special infrastructure across the world in a matter of milliseconds. Ultimately, your computer is connected to

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How To: Disable and enable Binge On for T-Mobile

Announced in early November, T-Mobile’s Binge On service gives customers unlimited video streaming access to a number of major services. Specifically, if you stream video from companies such as HBO,

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School of Android 301: What is root?

If you’re new to Android, have nerdy Android-obsessed friends, or you’re a recovering iPhone Jailbreaker you may have heard the term “root” before, but you might not know what it

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What is the XPOSED Framework?

Among the greatest achievements in the Android community, the XPOSED framework is almost certainly one of the most popular subjects. It’s likely you’ve heard of it before, some more than

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You can toggle “Merge tabs and apps” on and off in Chrome

An interesting feature introduced in Android Lollipop that was built into Chrome is merging the browser tabs into your phone’s multitasking menu. This eliminated the ability to see all your

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How to easily take screenshots on Marshmallow devices

Let’s face it – taking screenshots on Android phones has never been the easiest thing to do. Pressing power button and lower volume button together may not sound like a big deal for some, but

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How to control your Android device with the sound of your voice

The power of Google and Google Now on your Android device is incredible. Many of you who use Android already take advantage of the many features associated with the tools

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How to take full advantage of Google Now on tap

With the latest release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Google included a very helpful feature to help make searching easier called Now on tap. Restaurants, movies, music and people are all examples of things

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Get started with the Google Sheets app

Tired of paying for Microsoft Excel? Google has a powerful and free version of a spreadsheet editor in Google Sheets. Given that so many people still use Microsoft Excel, and