Apps come at us left, right and center these days; be it a game, a new customisation utility or a revolutionary way to look at cat pictures. We show you the ones that deserve a place on your phone this week (19th November 2017)
The GSMA is working with OEMs and carriers to innovate an open standard for advanced network features on all smartphones, which may make changing carriers or phones easier than ever before. Read more here!
ChromeOS is not usually considered first-choice for productivity functions; however, Google seems to wish to facilitate such needs anyway, as the latest Canary build of ChromeOS adds multi-monitor window snapping functionality. Read more here!
Essential has issued a series of updates for the Essential Phone, such as launching an Android Oreo beta, publishing the Android Nougat factory images for the device and improvements to its camera. Read more here!
Google seem to be enforcing their latest purge on apps using the Accessibility Services API for non-disability aid purposes somewhat hypocritically; major password app LastPass is not going to be affected in the same way other tweaks and apps will.
So the OnePlus 5T has finally arrived in all its glory– but if you're an enthusiast who can't resist cracking open your phone's software, is it the phone for you? We take a look at the pros and cons of the OnePlus 5T as an enthusiast device.
Want to make your phone feel more fluid and faster than ever before? Changing your animation speed to a custom value can make your phone feel brand new again, if you know how you're going about the job. Read more here!
Want to theme your Samsung device without having to root or use one of Samsung's lackluster themes? themeGalaxy will now ley you theme your phone as you wish, from the comfort of your phone; without root. Read more here!