Keeping your apps up-to-date is important for a number of reasons. New features, better performance and battery optimizations are just some of the improvements most developers are constantly pushing out
The Android platform is a diverse one with a large variety of inventive apps and games, but Google would like to take this a step further. In order to further
Halloween might still be a while away, but who says we can’t have a bit of spooky fun? In Wizards Maze, the creepiness comes to life as you find your
Much of today’s office work is done outside an office thanks to our smartphones. New apps are making it easier to create and edit documents on the move, delivering better
Google has updated its own applications for Android with a splash screen that adds a tweaks to remind users who built the app, the operating system, and the ecosystem that
Microsoft has gradually been building Office’s support for Android. It began with launching Microsoft Office for Android tablets, a preview for Android phones, and now Microsoft has officially announced the
You can now add the stock Google clock to the plethora of stock apps that Google has added to the list of available apps in the Play Store.
One of our favorite things to do here at AndroidGuys is to help Android users get the most from their devices. Whether in the form of app reviews, news and
For 35 dollars, you can pick up Google’s Chromecast to play video and music through your TV. Nothing special required other than a smartphone or tablet, the Chromecast is just
The hopeful promise that Samsung was doing away with their bloatware applications for the Galaxy S6 is unfortunately an empty one, with no less than 56 pre-installed applications on the
The Galaxy S6 may not even be out yet, but we’ve already seen the wallpapers leaked out and now the entire system dump has been uploaded. The system partition dump
On its Android Developers Blog, Google has chronicled two changes coming to the Play Store. The first of these changes is a global content rating system for apps and games.
Pocketables‘ John Frent discovered a new system application called “Google Connectivity Services” when he looked around Android 5.1 on his Google Nexus 6. The app appears to be a VPN