Here it is, your new smartphone has finally arrived. You’ve sat down, opened the box, removed the protective film and are now ready to use your new Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL. Here are a few tips that might help you with these new high-end smartphones from Google.
Dark mode here, dark mode there… It seems that all we can do lately is talk about dark themes that are gradually coming to all the apps. Even Android Q will have a dedicated dark mode, and it seems Facebook wants to jump on the bandwagon by introducing a black theme in Messenger.
Dark mode is an option that is available on more and more apps these days. Natively present since the release of Android 10, this is not the case for older versions of Android but some apps now offer the functionality. Instagram is the latest app that takes the step by integrating this dark mode for everyone.
Gmail has come a long way in terms of both functionality and design. The result is positive, and the service is now not only nicer but also more intuitive. Here we present you with some tips to help you (re)discover this email web application.
With iOS 13, Apple has integrated a long-awaited feature that both iOS and Android fans have eagerly anticipated: Dark Mode. While more and more apps get their own dark mode, iPhone users can now darken the appearance of the user interface system-wide. We’ll show you how to activate the dark mode on iOS and which apps keep the display dazzlingly bright.
Since August 2021, Google has made available Dark Mode in its Maps app for both Android smartphones and iPhones. This feature allows you to change the traditional view to dark colors on your mobile device.
OneUI is one of the most famous Android skins in the smartphone market. The latest version, OneUI 4, brings some new features to the latest Samsung smartphones. Using this guide, discover the most useful OneUI features such as keeping track of your screen time as well as other hidden features that will help you use your Samsung Galaxy smartphone or tablet like a boss.