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Aug 13, 2017
Google rolls out anti-phishing mechanisms on Gmail app for iPhone usersGoogle has rolled out its anti-phishing mechanisms for the Gmail app for iPhone users that will warn you about potential phishing attacks.
Jul 30, 2017
Microsoft's Cortana app for Android gets a major updateMicrosoft has updated the Android version of its artificial intelligence assistant Cortana that is available on the Google Play Store in certain countries.
Jul 02, 2017
App Weekly Episode 4: Best single-player and multi-player gaming apps for the monsoonsStuck at home on a rainy day? We got a large selection of single-player and multi-player smartphone gaming apps for you!
Jun 20, 2017
How to rate an app on the Google Play StoreArray
Jun 17, 2017
App Weekly Episode 2: This week's roundup will make you care a little bit more for your own well-beingIn this edition App Weekly, we will cover a few games and apps for artists and doodlers.
Apr 04, 2017
Apps on your smartphone could be talking to teach other and breaching your privacy: StudyA study showed that apps on the android phones are able to talk to one another and trade information.
Mar 16, 2017
This security flaw could allow attackers to take over millions of Whatsapp accountsCheck Point Software Technologies said that it alerted Telegram and Facebook-owned WhatsApp last week, before making it public.
Mar 15, 2017
Gmail for Android can now send and receive payments via Google WalletThe new server side update basically lets Google's Gmail users in the US and UK send and request using their Gmail inbox.
Feb 10, 2017
Microsoft's 'Project Rome' to enable Android apps to control Windows 10 PCsMicrosoft has released “Project Rome”, an Android app SDK for developers to create apps that can remotely control parts of a Windows 10 PC.
Jan 23, 2017
Google confirms that all Chromebooks launched in 2017 will support Android appsGoogle had promised us in 2016 that ChromeOS would be getting support for Android apps. Google has now revealed, rather sneakily we might add, that all Chromebooks launched from 2017 onwards will support Android apps.