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 (29th October 2017)
Samsung recently remove the option to change the colours of your navigation bar to one of your choosing on their flagship devices; and none of us really know why. Today, we're showing you how to change it to any colour of the rainbow and beyond.
If you've been waiting for native dark themes across Android devices, rejoice! The Android 8.1 Developer Preview enables a natice dark theme via wallpaper changes on all supported devices. Read more here!
The new 21.5" iMacs are tempting and small all-in-one PCs, but what if you want to upgrade the amount of RAM they house? Well, as Motherboard found out recently, it is no small feat. Read more about it here!
The first beta developer preview build of Android 8.1 Oreo has been released to Nexus and Pixel device users, bringing a number of significant changes that aren't normally expected from an incremental update. Read more here!
Want a touchscreen Google Assistant-enabled smart hub but don't want to wait for Google's own offering? The Lynky offers a ton of functionality atop of its Google Assistant base and is available now to back on Indiegogo. Read more here!
Want to control your screen brightness without having to go to the trouble of touching your display? DigiLux lets you control your screen brightness using gestures on the fingerprint sensor of your device on Android Oreo. Read more here!
Want a stock Android experience on your skin-heavy Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 or Redmi Note 4X? You can now flash the Android One ROM from the Xiaomi Mi A1 on your Redmi Note 4/4X for the perfect stock experience.