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Google Calendar now lets you Change Event Times with a Drag and Drop

Google Calendar has been my go-to calendar app for years, and while I've been happy with most features of the app during this time, one feature that's been noticeably absent for a while is the ability to drag and drop events to different times. Thankfully, with the latest update to version 5.7.29 of the Google...

YouTube TV Expands to 10 More Markets; Now Available in 15 Areas

YouTube TV is one of the youngest names in the television streaming market, and today, the service is gaining support for 10 additional areas. When YouTube TV first launched in April, it was initially just available for Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Philadelphia. However, thanks to this latest expansion,...

KaleaX is a Guessing Game where you Shoot Paintballs at 3D Objects

Google's Android Experiments project is a great way to encourage developers to try out new and unique things with their skills. The goal is to provide an open platform to showcase some applications that push the limits for what many think is possible on a smartphone, tablet, or smartwatch. We've seen some unique applications already...

New Security Layer Aims to Protect Your Account from Unverified Apps

Google was hit with a massive phishing attack earlier this year as an email tried impersonating Google Docs in an attempt to get you to give it access to your account. The attack was stopped that same day, but not before a large number of people fell for it and had their accounts compromised. Since...

Motion Stills – the iOS App for Stabilizing Live Photos – is now on Android

Apple's Live Photos feature was met with mostly positive feedback when it was first released with the iPhone 6S, and a year after its release, Google made it even better with the Motion Stills app in 2016. Motion Stills essentially took Live Photos from iOS and turned them into video and GIF files that were...

LG Announces the LG Q8, Smaller Version of the LG V20

It looks like LG is continuing the LG Q series with a new announcement on their Italian website. If you remember, we recently saw the company unveil the LG Q6+, Q6, and Q6α just 9 days back. The only differences we saw with these devices were the pricing, memory, and storage capacities, but it seems the...

Firefox Focus Gains Support for Better Notifications, Downloads, and Full Screen Videos

Just about a month ago, Mozilla released its Firefox Focus browser for Android. Firefox Focus is a very minimal browser, with its primary focus on providing you as much privacy and security as possible. As well as Focus works in regards to keeping your web browsing safe and private, it's been lacking some key features...

OnePlus 5 Camera Mod (Requires Root) Enables HEVC/H.265 Recording

The HEVC/H.265 encoder is still in its infancy but a lot of people are already enjoying the benefit of its reduced file sizes. XDA pankajsammal, Member was able to modify the OnePlus 5 so that it can record videos in this format for 4K, 1080p, and 720p quality. This mod is also reducing the bitrate of of...

OnePlus Issues OxygenOS 4.5.6 Hotfix Update to Fix Reboot When Calling 911

We use our phones for a lot of things, and every once in a while, we use our phones as, well, phones. Most people probably hope they're never in a situation where they need to call an emergency number, but if you ever are, you'd expect your phone to call it without any issues. Yesterday, a...

Slimmer Moto Z2 Force Rumored to Reduce Battery Capacity by 22%

Just a few months ago we heard some of the first details about Motorola's upcoming Moto Z2 Force. This came in the form of a leaked render which gave us an idea as to what the device could look like. A month later another render was leaked that reaffirmed the previous rumor and just last week...

Paranoid Android 7.2.1 Adds Support for the Nexus 5 and Xperia X/X Compact, Squashes Bugs, Gains New Features

Earlier this month, Paranoid Android 7.2 was released to the world with a host of useful new features, support for more devices, and an overall more stable experience compared to previous builds. Today, the team behind the ROM is releasing Paranoid Android 7.2.1. This is a minor update compared to the jump from 7.1.2 to 7.2.0,...

Android 7.0 Update File Downloads for the LG G4 F500S/L/K

If you own either the F500S, F500L, or F500K variant of the LG G4, then you can download the Android 7.0 Nougat KDZ for your specific device right in our forum. These download links were shared by XDA Senior Member PjLyTam who not only provided direct download links of them, but also mirrored them up on Google Drive. Just realize...