Folks love sharing them some screenshots. And Google's just rolled out a new way to take them and share them, but with a few caveats. Generally speaking to take a screenshot you hold the power and volume down (or sometimes up, or sometimes a home button) at the same time. It can vary a little depending on which phone you have (which is why we've got you covered here). But for folks with physical limitations — or sometimes cases that make the two-shot method more difficult — that may be a non-starter.
Google has begun rolling out a new screenshot method via Google Now on Tap (so, an update to the Google app), by way of a little share icon that appears on the bottom left. Just tap it, and you'll get a screenshot of whatever screen you're on, and immediate options to share it.
The Galaxy Watch 4 continues to prove to be the smoothest and most capable Android smartwatch to date, but the app experience is still lagging. My father golfed with my Galaxy Watch 4, and it only highlighted the divide.
These new phones aren't cheap. The new iPhone 13 Pro Max with 1TB of storage is priced at $1,599. That's nearly the same price as the Samsung Z Fold 3 with 256GB of storage, priced at $1,799. So instead of buying those things, here's a list of all the things you could buy.
Whether in the shape of a smaller footprint or a foldable form factor, two of the smartphone industry's giants see value in smaller phones. I think it's time for Google to give us a more petite Pixel again, perhaps with the 6a series?
A microSD card makes it easy to move your files, photos, and music from device to device without having to rely on steady Wi-Fi or costly data. It also helps if you like to load your phone with apps. These are the best microSD cards you can buy for an Android device.