Latest article tagged on "Android"

How to Access User Data from Third-party Apps on Android

If you’re developing a DLP or Parent Control solution, chances are, you want as much user data from apps as possible. However, most of the time gathering such data can be fairly difficult.

By Ailsa Singh posted   26 days ago

Hike, adds wallet feature to its messenger app, beating WhatsApp

India's home-grown messaging platform Hike has launched its wallet feature. With this feature, the company has beaten its bigger rival WhatsApp which too is speculated to be working on introducing wallet functionality to its messenger app.

By Kamlakar Singh posted   one month ago

Google has launched the third Android O preview with all the final APIs

The third Android O developer preview is now available for download. Google announced the launch of the same today. This preview includes all the latest SDKs and applications for developers.

By Royce Roy posted   2 months ago

Microsoft Planner Collaboration Tool Launched for Android and iOS

The app is eligible for Office 365 work and school subscription only Planner was launched last year in June It competes with services like Trello and Asana.

By Ashish srivastava posted   2 months ago

iOS 11 vs Android O: A Comparison

Probably, both Apple and Google are saving some trump cards to be revealed with Google pixel 2 and iPhone 8. The world has digitalized and transformed from mobile to mobile first. The tech-savvy band has taken cognizance of this change.

By Simond Gear posted   2 months ago

Google has announced the first developer preview of Android Studio 3.0

If you are an Android Developer, the Android Studio should possibly feel like a second home to you. At its I/O conference, the company gave us a glimpse at what the forthcoming Android Studio 3.0 could look like.

By AMANDEEP SINGH posted   2 months ago

Judy malware on Google Play Store: How to check if your Android device is safe

Judy is a new malware that has affected between 8.5 million to 36.5 million users, according to Check Point Research Team. Though, Google is trying to and almost removed all infected apps from the Play Store, it is essential for you to take measures.

By Sushant Mishra posted   2 months ago

Google Search adds new ‘Personal’ tab to showcase only your content results!!!

Google does have its perks, being the biggest search engine. Google has collected a massive of data about the most random thing that we won’t be able to think about right at this instant.

By AMANDEEP SINGH posted   2 months ago

Android Pay through UPI to be launched in India!!!

Google plans to launch Android Pay, its digital wallet, in India later this year. The search giant is preparing to anchor the platform to government-backed Unified Payments Interface, a step already being adopted by other global companies.

By AMANDEEP SINGH posted   2 months ago

Google Photos’ physical photo books can now be designed on Android and iOS

The search giant announced some significant feature additions to Google Photos at its annual I/O developer conference earlier this month. One of these extends to the users the ability to create physical ‘Photo Books’ using their photo gallery.

By zack mathews posted   2 months ago

Google Allo Messenger App

Few months before, a new real-time communication app named Allo was launched by Google. Google’s Allo, while has a clean and extremely easy to use interface, much like WhatsApp, it does have some of new features and add-ons.

By AMANDEEP SINGH posted   2 months ago

Android apps collecting user’s data secretly by listening to inaudible sound!!!

Android Users should be selective in downloading about the apps they want to download Researchers say this technique can even be used to de-anonymize Tor users.

By AMANDEEP SINGH posted   2 months ago

Android launched lightweight version: Android Go

The Android devices with less than 1GB of RAM or less will get a newly designed OS, and also the apps that will use less memory, storage space and mobile data. Goggle has plans for the low end phones.

By AMANDEEP SINGH posted   2 months ago

Twitter Goes Light With Twitter Lite!!!

India has been chosen by Twitter to launch Twitter Lite which is a faster version of Twitter for the mobile web. Indeed! A proud moment for Indians.

By AMANDEEP SINGH posted   3 months ago

6 Reasons why Mobile Apps are Here to Stay

The smartphone has paved the way for some exceptional advancements in the field of mobile apps. The reason is simple; you can do crazy things with a smartphone which was not possible merely 4-5 years ago. So there’s tremendous scope for a mobile app

By mohammad ali posted   3 months ago

ANDROID NEW VERSION: 7.0 NOUGAT WITH NEW FEATURES

Google’s latest Android version 7.0 Nougat is released. In August 2016, the Android Nougat started rolling out worldwide on Nexus devices.

By AMANDEEP SINGH posted   4 months ago

10 BEST MESSAGING APPS FOR IOS AND ANDROID

The traditional SMS text message has now became a talk of old times, particularly in light of the popularity of easy-to-use messaging apps.

By AMANDEEP SINGH posted   4 months ago

A Revolution in Mobile Industry: Magic of Android Development

When Android was first introduced in 2008, it was considered as a poor relation to the much more stylish iOS on Apple iPhone.

By Jayden Bell posted   one year ago

Android Material Tab with Swipe View example

Android Material design is developed by google which functionality available in Android 5.0 (API Level 21) and above. Android Material design can be used in from Android 2.1 version with the v7 appcompat library.

By Manoj Pandey posted   one year ago

Android 6.0 Marshmallow: A Makeover or a Revolution

Android 6.0 Marshmallow out in the market. It's advance features and improved UI is proving it to be better than the earlier Android operating systems.


Broadcast receiver in Android

Broadcast Receivers simply respond to broadcast messages from other applications or from the system itself. These messages are sometime called events or intents.

By Manoj Pandey posted   one year ago

Display Action Mode in Response to the User Action

Action mode allows the user to take actions on specific items in our user interface. Activating an ActionMode overtakes the system action bar with an overlay that includes menu options you provide and an extra option to exit the ActionMode

By Mayank Tripathi posted   one year ago

Displaying a Context Menu in Response of User Action

Android context menu appears when the user press long click on the element. It is also known as floating menu. Context Menu is a useful solution, particularly when we want to provide a list of actions based on an item click in a ListView.

By Mayank Tripathi posted   one year ago

Notification example in Android

Android provides notification for user information alert. It can toast notification or push notification.

By Manoj Pandey posted   2 years ago

How to set listview in alert dialog on android

A dialog is a small window that prompts the user to make a decision or enter additional information. A dialog does not fill the screen and is normally used for modal events that require users to take an action before they can proceed.

By Manoj Pandey posted   2 years ago

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