2016 Posts on XDA

Samsung Sold More Than 5 Million Units of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus; Expected to Release in China Next Week

Samsung's latest flagship devices, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, went on sale in South Korea, the US, and Canada last month. Both of these devices have received rave reviews from critics and consumers for its symmetric design and outstanding curved display. Initial reports suggest the devices have been doing well in terms of...

Worst Apps of 2016

We had a bunch of great apps in 2016. So many fun and exciting apps made their way to your homescreen. This year was not without fails though. Google launched two massively hyped apps that didn't last more than a day before they were irrelevant. We also saw old favorites become cluttered and terrible. These...

A Look Back: 2016 Has Been One Of The Most Exciting Years For Android Enthusiasts

This is part 1 in my three part series reviewing 2016; the good, the bad, and an outlook on what 2017 may hold for smartphone enthusiasts and Android fanaticshis year will likely go down as the year of few compromises, the year of the flagship, the year where Android OEMs tried something entirely new or...

Best Android Camera Apps for 2016

Footej This app comes from XDA devs stratosk and Giorgos Raptopoulos, so props to them! Footej isn't going to replace the stock camera app on some on the biggest flagship phones, but for those phones that have kind of crappy stock camera apps, this will be perfect for you.Features - Simple and bloat-free user interface - Amazing Photo and Video quality - Utilizes...

Halfway in, 2016 is Shaping Out to be Way More Interesting than 2015 for Android Smartphones

The year is halfway done, and we've seen a lot what this year in tech has to offer. Most of the big name OEMs have already pitched in their traditional best-player in the market, hoping to secure that coveted spot in our pockets or purses. Yet for some reason, 2016 feels much unlike 2015, being different in the...