Google Photos is primarily an online experience, but you can take things offline for your own backup with Google Drive.
One of the best features of Google Photos is that you can access your pictures from any device that has a web browser or a Google Photos app, but the fact that it’s kind of a black box and you don’t know where exactly your photos are can be a little bothersome. Sure you can download copies of any photo you want from your library, but having an automatic local copy of photos as they are uploaded is even better. Continue reading
Because of Android’s massive array of supported smartphones that carry vastly different display sizes and resolutions, the operating system uses a value known as DPI to determine the size of icons and visual assets that will best suit a given screen. Continue reading
A problem for users outside the US and UK is that some of the services from the Google Play Store is not available in their countries. The solution to this problem is to use a VPN service to access the UK/US Google Play Store to access the app and service. And today I’m going to tell you a secure way to access the UK/US Play Store. Continue reading
Step one; get cash. Step two; buy a laptop. Step three; install some software. But what software should I install first? Say no more my friend. I’m here to help you. There are two types of apps in this world. The apps that you have used, and the apps that you want to use. And this is about the apps you want to use.
A while ago I wrote a post about Android M, before Google I/O 2015. And now Google has released the Android M developer’s preview. Basically Android M is an upgrade for Android 5.0, with more features, which I shall write about today.
In summary Android M has brought these features: