Marshmallow Android 6.0 Complete key features explained
It was at Google’s annual software developer-focused conference, Google I/O, that Android Marshmallow was announced. The official platform was named Marshmallow on August 17th, and unveiled by Google on September 29th, 2015. The launch devices for this Android 6.0 were the brand new Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X. The question which naturally imposes itself is:… (0 comment)

Android vs. iOS: Which Should You Choose?
This question is just as contentious as the Windows vs. Mac debate, and we all have to take sides at some point. If you’re ready to take the plunge into the world of smartphones, here’s a basic guide to the differences between the two major contenders. Before we get started, shout-out to Online Tech Guru… (7 comments)

Here take a look at top 10 android games of 2015 that you have been missing but not now Top 10 Best Android Games 2015 1. 2-bit Cowboy There is a thing for western themed game titles and in the event you adored Game Boy, 2-Bit Cowboy is one activity plat former you will not… (1 comment)

Lenovo A6000 Plus launched in India
Lenovo has forayed into the mobile segment just a few years back. The brand has recently launched its model A6000 Plus in India. The handset is expected to be a one of the best devices in the medium price range. You will receive complete value for money on purchasing the product. Lenovo handsets are available… (1 comment)

Top 10 tips for making your Android better
A new Android device is can be used as a telephone but is nowhere close to reaching it’s potential. Left as is it is not a particularly impressive device. However, if you follow these 10 tips you can become a savvy user and make the most out of your phone.        1 – Get personalized… (0 comment)

3 Impressive Ways to Remotely Spy Viber Chats!
If you’re anything like me, you’re probably always worrying about what your kids talk about on the phone too. Things were a lot easier when my child’s cellphone plan was under my control. But now my kids have free apps like Viber, so they can literally be on their phones all the time. But I’m… (2 comments)