Android v8.0 is now official and is called Android OREO. It comes with a host of changes to the UI and underneath for a even smoother Android experience for the users. We've collated all the major changes here in this post for you.
Airtel has been offering data bonuses to its postpaid users since April this year and previously has offered 10GB bonus each month through surprise programmes namely Holiday Surprise and Monsoon Surprise. Now, Airtel has come up with another data bonus to its postpaid subscribers.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been made official by Samsung at an event in New York back on August 23rd, 2017. The company is about to launch the phone in India on September 12th, the same day Apple is set to host its event at the Steve Jobs theater.
Xiaomi has announced their first ever Android One smartphone - the Mi A1 at a launch event in New Delhi, India. Xiaomi has partnered with Google to bring pure Android experience to Mi users across the globe.
Google Play Music All Access was not available to users in India for a long time until now. Google has now officially released the All Access service to users of the app in the Indian Subcontinent. All you have to do is, download the app if you haven't or update your app if you've already got it. This is now a competition to the already available music services like Apple Music, Gaana, Saavn among a host of others.
Google Play Music will be free for the first 30 days and then you'll shell out Rs. 89 every month to enjoy unlimited services. A point to note that is, the price mentioned is a promotional offer only if you sign up before May 18th, 2017. There is no word on what will the pricing be for users signing up after the mentioned date.
With the premium service, you get to store unlimited music on your device and listen to them at any time just like the other premium music services. You can also browse through your music on the phone and play it using Google Play Music…
If you've noticed, recently Google login page has a note saying a new look page is coming soon. Google is reported to be working on a brand new look for the login page that offers the same level of security and convenience that the current login page offers but in an all new avatar!
The Google support section has a lot of information about these changes and here are some of the excerpts from the support article:
The steps to sign in won't change. You'll enter the same information you usually do, like your email address and passwordYou can use your account to sign in securely to the all Google services as before
Benefits of the new page: The page will have a cleaner and simpler lookMake your sign-in process fasterConsistent look across computers, phones, and tablets
The new look of the page will be rolled out gradually over the next few weeks across platforms and you can be lookout for the same. We will update as and when we come across the new look of the page.
Here is a review of a sports headphones with mic and remote volume control, the Mpow Sportfit Wired Earphone. This is a review unit provided by the manufacturer. The views are fully mine and are unbiased given the fact that I have not bought the device.
First of all a very happy new year to everyone. It's been quite a while since I posted a review. Here is a review of a portable Bluetooth speaker, the Mpow Armor Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker. This is a review unit provided by the manufacturer. The views are fully mine and are unbiased given the fact that I have not bought the device.