After YouTube Go and Files Go, Google is now launching a new version of Google Maps for around 70 countries. The Google Maps Go app allows you to use most of the services that Google Maps offers, and the good news is that it won’t require many of your phones’ resources, such as data usage and battery life.
Facebook Messenger is currently down around the world, including in the United States, Europe and the UK. As one of the biggest instant messaging services in the world, it’s quite a big deal that it’s experiencing problems at the moment.
Smartphones are becoming better at gaming, but thanks to streaming apps, you can enjoy playing AAA quality games on almost any handheld device. No more waiting for mobile ports of your favorite games! If you own a PS4, here’s how to play your favorite games on your smartphone with this…wait for it…one weird trick.
Social media can be a fun distraction, but it also has many downsides. Multiple studies claim it can negatively affect your mental well-being or create addictive-like responses to likes, shares, etc. in your brain. Privacy concerns and scandals around social networks are a common occurrence too.
While auto mode allows for quick point-and-shoot photos, which is fine a lot of the time, manual mode is where the real magic happens. Here are some tips on getting the most out of your camera’s manual mode.
Contactless payment is totally in vogue and there are many reasons for this. No more fumbling with cash, just holding your card, smartphone or watch up to the reader and the job is done. Paying with a smartwatch is especially convenient, which is why we’ll guide you through how it works and what it offers.
Smartwatches with Wear OS (formerly known as Android Wear) are able to change their look and even expand their functionality just by getting new apps. Here’s our guide for how to find, download, and install Wear OS apps.
In April you could see some big changes in the look of the Play Store, which introduced the Material Design even more. However, it seems that this is still not enough, as the latest version of the app further renews the interface, eliminating nearly every trace of color.
In order to read your smartphone notifications directly from your PC, you used to have to rely on third-party services when synchronization was not officially supported by either Microsoft or Google. Now, the Redmond giant has decided that it is time to find a solution to the problem and has presented its native fix for Windows 10.
Google’s keyboard “Gboard” has become a really useful keyboard alternative over the years. We want to show you a few cool shortcuts that you can take advantage of in order to squeeze even more out of the software.