New Study Shows Google Services Don’t Drain Battery Life As Much As You Think

If you’ve looked under your battery usage settings lately, then you’ve probably noticed that “Google Services” take up a big chunk of your battery life usage. You may be wondering – how much do I really need those Google services? … Read More

Our Top 5 Favorite Features in Android Nougat

Android Nougat arrived last week on a select few devices. You might not be getting Android 7.0 for several months, but that doesn’t mean you can’t drool over its features today. With that in mind, here are our top 5 … Read More

“Loophole” in US Law Means Companies Can’t Legally Void your Warranty for Rooting your Phone

The Android rooting community received some excellent news today, as it was revealed that a loophole in a law from 1975 could allow you to root with no downsides. As published by Motherboard.Vice.com, many phone companies and carriers will void … Read More

How to Easily Find Pokemon Go Stops and Gyms from the Ingress Map Online

One of the core gameplay elements in Pokemon Go is discovering cool locations around your city and neighborhood. But finding all the best Pokemon Go stops and gyms can be hard – which is why many people have taken a … Read More

Android 7.0 Nougat’s “Verified Boot” Security Feature Makes It Harder to Root Android

Android users who want to root their devices will have to try a little harder in Android 7.0 Nougat – scheduled for release this August. A new feature called “Verified Boot” in Nougat will make rooting Android a little harder. … Read More

Android Nougat Will Arrive on August 5

According to world-famous Android news leaker @evleaks, the next version of Android, Android 7.0 Nougat, will be arriving on August 5, 2016. The news was announced in a tweet this part Saturday. @evleaks, whose real name is Evan Blass, stated … Read More

Microsoft Adds Built-in Android Notification Support to Windows 10: Here’s How to Set It Up

Microsoft released their Windows 10 Anniversary Update this past week. Part of that update involved native notification support for Android devices. That’s right: you can connect your Android smartphone or tablet to Windows 10 without any third party software. Yes, … Read More