Tag "android"

Solutions To Fix Android File Transfer Not Working On Mac

Transferring files between computer and Android device is something that you do at least once. However, if it does not work due to different technical difficulties, it can easily get

Solutions to transfer contacts from iOS to Android

You have made a hard decision when switching from iOS to Android platform. All you need now to move all of your contacts on your iPhone to your new Android

How to make custom sounds or ringtones on your Android phone

Don’t you like the same ringtone since it’s an annoying coworker at the room? Or simply you don’t like the old sounds coming with your phone? Easy as pie! Here

How to limit purchases of your child in Fortnite on Android 

Epic Games decided not to bring Fortnite on Google Play Store like other Android games and the beta is already in full-swing. If your child is playing Fortnite on their

How to Install Fortnite for Android Devices

Epic Games has officially released Fortnite beta version for Android platform. However, it’s currently not available in the Google Play Store. Instead, you’ll have to install it manually. If you

5 Best Dictionary Apps for iPhone & Android

Getting a dictionary app on your iPhone or Android phone is pretty necessary since it can help you in many situations and allow you to use it anywhere. If you

How To Get A Refund From Google Play Store

Although Google doesn’t offer refunds for most apps on its Play Store when you want it the process is not difficult. In fact, Google gives customers a refund process built

Best Apple TV Remote Apps for Android

You own an Apple TV and the interesting news is that you can easily control it using your Android device. It’s possible all through the use of Apple TV remote

New Android smartphones won’t have as many pre-installed apps

Have you ever wondered why your Android smartphone comes out of the box with a bunch of unwanted apps? Well, this is a thing of the past as Google decided to

Microsoft is working on an Android launcher

Microsoft has just debuted a beta version of its own launcher for Android smartphones the ‘Arrow Launcher’ . You can currently only get access to it by signing up for an invite