The #Samsung #Galaxy #S6 is one of the older generation flagship smartphones that is still being widely used today. This particular model sports a modern design of glass and metal with a non user...
The problem with older phones – or just phones whose manufacturers fail to update the software, for that matter – is that they’re stuck in an older version of Android with seemingly no hope of being able to experience the newer features. This is where an app like Action Launcher comes to fore, bringing the
According to October's Android distribution numbers, the adoption rate for Oreo is now at 0.2 percent. Meanwhile, Marshmallow and Lollipop are the current top dogs of the chart.
Android Oreo has this feature called “adaptive icons” where app icons which are designed for Oreo and this specific feature can adapt their shape to provide a more uniform shape for your home screen. The problem, of course, is that Android Oreo is still in its infancy and it will take a while for this
In the past, you had to have a Pixel or Nexus device to use the Google Contacts app on Android. With the most recent update, that's changed. So long as your device runs version 5.0 Lollipop, you can download the app.
Google's Contacts app is no longer exclusive to its own range of devices — find out what it has to offer here.
[Update: Hidden upcoming features discovered] Google Contacts is now officially available for all devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop and above [APK Download]
9to5Google have enabled a couple of potential upcoming features in the new Contacts update, just as they did with the latest version of the Phone app.
Today Google has made an app that was previously exclusive to its Nexus, Pixel, Android One, and Google Play Edition devices available for all Android phones and tablets running version 5.0 Lollipop or newer. We're talking about the Google Contacts app, which is now downloadable from the Play Store even if you're not part of the Nexus, Pixel, Android One, or Google Play edition clubs.
The last major Google Contacts update dates from May when a new UI and lots of tweaks have been added to the app. Today, the developers announced another important update, which is meant to expand the availability of the app to even more devices. Starting with this update, the Contacts application will be available for download on all Android devices running Lollipop and above. Previously, Google Contacts was only available to Pixel, Nexus, Android One, or Google Play Edition devices via Play Store. The compatibility with just about any Android device is the most important change ...
Google Contacts is now officially available for all devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop and above [APK Download]
For anyone tied into Google's ecosystem, storing and managing contacts is best done with the official Contacts app. The Android version recently saw some minor cosmetic changes, improving its already eye-pleasing material look, and the web interface has also employed the same consistent design language since the start of the year. Until recently, the app was only available on Google branded phones, but now compatibility has been extended.
The Samsung Internet version v6.2 beta will be rolled out gradually and will be made available to users through Google Play store as well as Galaxy Apps store.
The Samsung Internet Browser’s latest beta build to v6.2 not only introduces some fun new features, it also opens up the app to all Android phones running Lollipop+. Instead of being an exclusive to Samsung and Google phones, your LG or HTC or Huawei or whichever phone, can now be a part of Samsung’s Internet … Continued