Wallpaper apps are everywhere. They are a dime a dozen in the Google Play Store. Plus, you can always search online for even more. However, some have a specific love for photography. Photos tend to have ridiculously high resolutions. You can find photos of cityscapes, landscapes, people, cars, and other such things. The good news is that there are plenty of apps specifically for photography lovers. Here are the best photography background apps for Android!
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10 best sources for HD Android wallpapers and QHD Android...
When you’re applying for an IT position, the very first thing the overwhelming majority of hiring staff look for is specialized certifications, such as CompTIA. They want to know if you’ve put in the effort to study for exams and, more importantly, that you’ve passed.
They don’t care if you’re already an IT guru. It doesn’t matter how many networks you’ve set up, how savvy you are on Linux. They want certificates to prove it.
Good color has come to the mobile market. Finally.
You might wonder just what I mean by that. After all, hasn’t there been a flood of phones and tablets with wide-gamut displays, brilliant bright colors, and incredible contrast specs? Sure. But as we just covered in the second part of this series, those bright colors coming from your wide-gamut display aren’t necessarily accurate colors. These displays can be pretty accurate, but until recently the rest of the system wasn’t up to the job. By “rest of the system,” I mean the OS.
With the introduction of the Oreo release of Android late...
This week’s poll asked you which Samsung Galaxy Note 9 feature you like most. The answer wasn’t a big surprise, but at the same time, it shows where phone manufacturers keep making mistakes.
The Galaxy Note 9 is seen as an iterative new smartphone, a phone where natural selection plays out over the Note 8, with refinements, improvements, and new features that won’t change the world but do make for a better device.
Welcome to the 257th edition of Android Apps Weekly! Here are the big headlines from the last week:
Google is apparently always tracking your location history whether you like it or not. There is a popular setting that allegedly turns the location tracking off. It does, but not all of it. Other apps like Google Search, Maps, Find My Phone, and other services still track your location. Thus, in a roundabout way, the setting is much less useful than people envisioned. They updated the verbiage on the site for clarification....
Linux operating systems have become increasingly popular in commercial computing environments, which means systems administrators have also become very much in-demand. Adopters of Linux includes tech giants like...
Welcome to your weekly round-up of the best U.K. deals of the week for Android phones, network plans, accessories, smart home tech, and a little of whatever else is on offer in the world of mobile!
OnePlus 6 camera review
In our OnePlus 6 review we described the phone as a possible spiritual successor to the Nexus lineup, because it brings forth a premium experience at a hard-to-beat price. Nexus, and eventually Pixel devices evolved …
This week’s quiz revolves around phones that introduced something new to the market. It contains 10 multiple-choice questions only those who know a lot about smartphones will be able to answer correctly.
Are you one of them? Press the Start Quiz button below to find out — and don’t forget to share your result on social media at the end.
This is the fourth quiz in our regular weekly series. You can take the other three via the links below: