It seems like Google’s Pixel Launcher may actually get a proper dark theme in the near future. In March, a user asked Google to include a toggle to choose between dark and light themes in the Pixel Launcher, and it seems like Google complied. This request was made via the Google Issue Tracker, and Google
Fastest growing peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platforms in India, LenDenClub has announced the launch of an Android-based App to connect lenders with creditworthy borrowers.With its new 'InstaMoney' application, available for download on the Google Play Store, users can now easily get advances on their salary or an instant cash loan. The applicant merely has to confirm that they have employment and have a monthly income in excess of Rs
The option to manually select dark and light themes may be added with Android P, giving users the opportunity to choose the theme they prefer, and not rely on a wallpaper.
The OnePlus 6 joined our top 10 smartphones in India list, but other than that, the list remains more or less unchanged. The Xiaomi Mi 8 did launch recently, but the device is not yet available in India, nor did we get a chance to test it yet. The LG G7 ThinQ is also not
6" 2880x1440 OLED display; Snapdragon 835 8-Core processor; 6GB RAM, 128GB internal memory; front- and rear-facing cameras; 4K video recording; Android 8.0 (Oreo)
Before you get too excited, let’s make this clear: Android P isn’t getting a new dark system theme. Actually, Android Oreo already had that to some extent, limited only to a few pieces of the Android UI. But in Google’s wisdom, it thought users would love just how automated switching between light and dark was. Fortunately, Google has seen the … Continue reading
Once you’ve found your audience, you need to hang onto them! Keep users engaged with your app, by mastering Android P's new slices feature, announced at Google I/O 2018 as part of Android Jetpack.
Asus ROG is first gaming smartphone from Asus, which happened to be the most powerful smartphone that anyone has launched to date. The smartphone runs on a custom Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Octa-core chipset, with 2.96 GHz clock speed (normal Snapdragon 845
Dark/night mode is a feature that Android users have been asking for for the longest time ever. At some point it appeared that Android could be getting the feature, but that changed. However according to the folks at Android Police, it seems that Android P could finally be bringing that feature to users.
With FCC certification, HMD Global Oy is expected to release the Android One series Nokia 5.1 in US, Europe and select regions of Asia including India in coming weeks.