Browsing websites on Chrome in Multi Window is common but did you know you can keep your place by opening links in the other window?
Category - Apps
Reviews, updates, new releases and just any interesting Android application that I have been able to find and think are worthy of looking into.
Some camera apps and mods require your device to support the Camera2 API and this tutorial will show you how to check if yours supports it.
Project Treble makes it easier for developers to bring custom ROMs to your smartphone or tablet and this tutorial will show you if your device supports it.
The Pixel Launcher has the Google Now application page built into the far left home screen panel but this can be easily disabled by following these steps.
The LG V30 launched with a software feature called the Floating Bar for quick access to shortcuts, but you can get this feature on any smartphone or tablet running KitKat or higher.
HDR and Dolby Vision are starting to be supported on Android smartphones and tablets so here is list of which devices support them on Netflix.
Google recently removed the toggle that turned off the Google Feed, but now there’s a new method that will let us disable it from working.
You can follow the detailed steps below to remove SuperSU’s root solution and completely switch to the open source Magisk instead.
If you have a supported Android device running Android Oreo or higher, then you can install a substratum theme on it without needing root access.
If you’re not a fan of Chrome’s card interface for the tabs you have open, then you can follow these steps to enable the Accessibility Tab Switcher UI.