Amazon this week made waves by being the first subscription-based streaming service to make its content available for offline viewing on Android and iOS.
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Microsoft just announced Outlook, Wunderlist, Yammer, and Translator for the Apple Watch. As well as apps for its services on Android Wear devices.
The cost of apps for your smartphone or tablet can add up in a hurry. Here’s some tricks for saving a few bucks on paid apps or even get them for free.
The Microsoft OneDrive app for Android was recently updated and has includes the ability to beam your photos and videos to your TV via Chromecast.
Microsoft released the new version of Office for Android phones. You no longer need a tablet to use the full desktop-like capabilities of Microsoft Office.
Typing a password to unlock your device gets tedious, but Google is making it easier to unlock the Chromebook if you have your Android phone with you.
Following the example of Apple and Amazon, Google is now offering a free app of the week in the Google Play Store for Android smartphones and tablets.
Google Now provides a lot of useful voice commands, and it also has some web commands you might not know about. Here’s a look at how to use them.
There are lots of ways to move your files between a Mac and Android device. The easiest way is using Bluetooth File Exchange right from the menu bar on your Mac.
Google announced last week on Google+ a new feature for Android phones and tablets that lets you simply Google the location of your lost device.
While using Chrome on your Android device running Lollipop, sometimes Flash content comes up and it can’t be played. Here’s how to make it work.
Android 5.0 Lollipop started rolling out to the HTC One (M8) on Sprint and T-mobile, and here’s a look at how to install it and what to expect.
Android 5.0 Lollipop allows multiple user accounts on to phones and tablets. Here’s a look at adding, removing, and configuring user accounts on Lollipop.
Microsoft announced this week that it’s expanding the Office preview program for 7” and 10.1” tablets running either Android 4.4 KitKat or 5.0 Lollipop.