The Best Android Apps To Make Your Phone Battery Last Longer

The best android apps which will make your battery last longer

Android devices have always struggled on the battery front. There are a number of free battery saving applications available on Google plate which will extend the battery life of your device. If the battery is draining quickly, that does not mean that your smartphone has issues. On the contrary, it reflects the tasks your phone does. Most android users often use internet for various tasks such as messaging, watching videos and listening to the music. All these tasks drain the battery very quickly hence’ you must install a good battery saving application on your device to get rid of this issue. Some of the most popular and highly rated battery saving apps are listed below Battery doctor- Battery doctor is amidst one of the most downloaded battery saving apps on Google play. It comes with many advanced feature like silent mode, gaming mode, stop auto restart of apps etc. Du [+more]

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Google News Labs to train journalists and make internet a better place

Google News Labs to train journalists and make internet a better place

Google has taken a step forward to make the internet a better place by training online journalists with the standards that they need to follow for presenting news in a better way, reports TechRadar. Google has created its very own News Labs to ensure that the news quality can meet the standards expected by the online readers.  Mission of News Lab  In a recent blog post, Steve Grove said that the News Lab aims to collaborate with the entrepreneurs and journalists on how to apply technological innovations in news reporting. The News Lab not just intents to sharpen the skills of the journalists but also serve millions of readers or users across the globe. According to Grove, both technology and media landscape are evolving continuously and he believes that better information can be created only when the journalists and technologists coordinates with each other. Though Google News Lab is turning [+more]

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Now Google Will Tell You How Many Calories You Are Consuming Just By Looking At Your Food

Google to launch ‘im2Calories’ to count calories looking at food pics

You might have taken pictures of your food and posted on social media, just to show off your cooking skills or to boast off your ‘food knowledge’. But this time you would be forced to take many more pictures of the food you eat because Google is coming up with a ‘killer app’ that will count the calories in the dish by simply looking at the food pic, as confirmed by Techradar. Isn’t it interesting to know how many calories are going into your belly? All you have to do is to simply click a picture of your food and use the app named ‘im2Calories’. Using the physical qualities of the food, the app would suggest the calories present in it. Although the app is still in early phase of development and Google doesn’t have any plans to introduce it soon, it seems Kevin Murphy, the research scientist of Google [+more]

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Google Photos Wages War With Flickr and Apple iCloud Photo Sharing Apps

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While the smartphone war is going on full-fledged, there seems to be another new war waging between the smartphone photo apps. With some extraordinary yet useful features within budget, Google Photis has set a tough competition to Apple iCloud and Flickr. Designed for Android and iOS, Google Photo offer unlimited storage to users, yet it slightly compresses the photos by lowering the resolution. The best part is, users can apply the different search tools of Google for locating the photographs at ease in a smartphone. However, tagging and naming the photographs is important for accuracy of search.  Apple iCloud works seamlessly between iPad and iPhone. It collects the photos from the individual devices and stores them online for ease of search. Yes, like Google Photo, this also needs tagging for search accuracy. If compared to GooglePhotos, the search accuracy is not so well. However, the sharing feature is praiseworthy. Flickr [+more]

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Why Android Pay Is A Better Option Than Apple Pay?

Android M Vs Apple iOS 9—A Tough Choice To Make Thanks To Bevy Of Latest Features

It might be very hard to believe that Google’s Android payment system is more rewarding and easy to use payment system than Apple pay.  There are more than one billion android users across the globe which means that we can see a substantial increase in mobile based payments.  Android Pay overcomes all the issues of Google wallet and offers better experience to the users; according to tech experts at Techradar.com. So, why Android pay is a better option than Apple Pay: let’s find out. More features and more rewards- Google play has already collaborated with coca cola so that’s its payment system can be used at vending machines. The company wants to help the world to buy Coca cola with their mobile devices. At Google I/O event, the company also stated that customers will also have the option to redeem coke reward points to purchase the soda. Done away with [+more]

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Android M Welcomes New Google Search Feature And Android Pay

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Android M has seen official introduction from Google’s stable on Thursday at the I/O conference in San Francisco. There is no way to know if Google has christened its Android M on lines of Ice cream Sandwich or Lollipop yet but we do know that for now the platform is accessible only to developers. The latest preview did reveal that a single press and hold on the home button of your Android M smart gadget could open up Google Search. So no more swipes along the top of your home screens will be needed. A huge leap though is that Google Now is more sensitive to context thanks to Now On Tap. Using this feature, your phone will know what email you are dealing with or what music file you are accessing. Android M also means the arrival of Android Pay. We have heard about this since MWC in March this [+more]

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Google I/O Conference 2015: Google Pleases Us With Android M, App Linking And Battery Saving Features

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Google I/O at San Francisco has been a head turner of an event after much anticipation of what Google would or could announce. Android M was the biggest revelation of the day. Though not officially christened or launched for consumers, the developers-only-version  revealsed sweeping changes to the way we see Android. Google has made vital announcements about its app permissions and has made the acess to them less complex. Therefore, you can kick off the worry of saying yes to long app permission questions. All you need to do is permit an app to use a specific feature. Chrome custom tabs were another new deal announced at the I/O Conference. With this, developers can pile up custom features that can be seen over apps. Therefore, inter-app linkage with features will now be reality. This also means quick switch over time among apps. If the previews are to be believed, then [+more]

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Google Nexus 7: Was It The Google’s Strongest Horse?

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The google I/O conference is just a few hours away but most of us should concentrate on the primary topic of this hours which is- Why should Google bring Nexus 7 back?  Google has put the curtains down on Nexus 7 after the company removed it from play store.  Nexus 7 is one of the most popular devices from Google which was launched in collaboration with Asus. This tablet may be more than 3 years old but is very popular amidst tech enthusiasts.  The best feature of this tablet was its price point since Google decided to target the budget tablet market by introducing an affordable yet capable device which offers android experience to the users. We just hope that Google listens to the prayers of its consumers and brings back the device When you visit Google play store you will only see Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. You can also [+more]

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Google Nexus 5: Chinese Brand Might Manufacture Next Nexus

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It is a strong possibility that the next version of Google Nexus, Nexus 5 will be manufactured by a Chinese smartphone vendor.  The south Korean giant LG has been known for manufacturing and marketing Nexus devices in the past but it seems that Google will not be extending its collaboration with LG fro second year in a row.  There have been some speculations that LG might be chosen for manufacturing Nexus 2015. The project will go on floors after LG will complete working on its new flagship, the LG G4. But if we were to believe latest rumors and speculations, then Google might be planning other things. It will not be major surprise if the tech giant decides to brush aside its Korean partner and collaborate with a Chinese vendor to manufacture 2015 version of Google nexus. LG has been known for manufacturing Nexus 4 and 5 which were released [+more]

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Google I/O To Unfurl Latest Updates For Android And Wearable Tech For Future

Google I/O To Unfurl Latest Updates For Android And Wearable Tech For Future

The much awaited Google I/O is barely some time away on May 28 and we are anticipating two major announcements on the big day. The conference might be a networking event for developers but we are eagerly looking forward to see updates on Android. Android M might just be on its way and we are looking forward to see if there is at least some sneak peek into the upcoming interface or design.  In addition, the “Notifications, Interruptions and Volumes: Coming Attractions” session for the event might give us a look into how Google is working on the notifications on Android for the coming times. Next up, on our list of expectations is the wearable story. The Google Fit session could give us peeks into the future of fitness wearables and activity monitoring. Add to this an interesting session on Smart Lock and we could understand an all new way of [+more]

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