We have covered apps that will help you to manage stress, depression, anxiety and other related issues. These apps will help in self-monitoring, identifying mental patterns, changing stressful habits and engaging in mood-enhancing tasks.
There’s no question that Wi-Fi is one of the most used functions of our Android devices. WiFi networks are either free or secured with a password. Your device is programmed to store all these passwords for future use, but you can’t see them by default. Let’s say you wanted to connect to a certain WiFi from […]
Android phones collect the password for each WiFi network we connect to. We have the option to Remember the Password so that the next time we connect to that WiFi we don’t have to type it again. But even with this setting, we can’t actually see the passwords. The device remembers it for us and automatically […]
WhatsApp is preparing to launch a new update that will let users recall and revoke sent messages and edit texts that have been already sent. It seems like the ability to revoke a message will only work with messages that haven’t been read by the recipient. In any case, this update will be a huge […]
Considering how much we use our Android device, chances are some of us are going to collect a whole lot of contact entries in our contact list. Even though you can easily search for a contact in Android, some users like to keep a clean shop, and we totally support that. By default, the stock […]
Android Studio has become the most convenient IDE for Android development, outsmarting Eclipse. Compared to Eclipse, a lot of things are simplified in AS, and the auto-complete tool is perfect for coding beginners still learning the basics of Android. If you are operating from multiple workstations, it’s essential to be able to migrate your projects to any […]