It has been almost four months since Google launched the Android 8.0 Oreo operating system. Last week, the company released the final version of Android 8.1 Oreo update as well. Unfortunately, only a handful of smartphone manufacturers have updated their devices
This February Google finally brought the Google Assistant from the Pixel and Google Home to other Android devices, but they were newer products such as the Samsung Galaxy S7 and HTC 10. Older phone owners were stuck with upgrading or going Assistant-less. That changes now. The company announced on Wednesday that Google Assistant is now coming to some older devices.
Google Assistant is already available across a number of devices like phones, speakers, and watches. However, Google has some good news for tablet owners. The search giant is now bringing the Assistant to Android tablets running Android 7.0 Nougat and 6.0
There are a lot of BitTorrent apps apps on Android, and the Google Play Store has never seemed to have a problem with any of them, contrary to Apple who banned them from reaching its own store.
iMessage is a messaging service exclusively available for the Apple devices. While many developers have tried to bring it to Android, their efforts went in vain. That being said, a 16-year-old developer Roman Scott says he has made an app
AI-based Google Assistant finally coming to Android Tablets, Lollipop-powered smartphones: All you need to know
Google has officially announced to release Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based Google Assistant feature to Android tablets and Lollipop-powered smartphones in India and many other global regions.
Microsoft has signed a partnership with Cheetah Mobile, a leading Android developer, to integrate digital assistant Cortana into its mobile apps.
iMessage is finally on Android, though it will take a good few moments of setup and a macOS device to get some basic features.
You can find sometimes find interesting things when digging around software. It appears that telephoto and wide-angle camera support has been discovered in the latest Android 8.0 beta for the Nokia 5. Read more...
Google Assistant on Android 5.0 Lollipop has begun rolling out for users in the US, the UK, India, Australia and more.
Google Assistant will be available for all Android-powered tablets running Android 7.0 Nougat and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The personal assistant is also rolling out for phones running Android 5.0...