What gives? Android 14 adds support for turning your smartphone into a USB webcam, but unfortunately, the video quality leaves much to be desired.
Not quite there yet Reviewers tend to say that “many apps aren’t optimized” on foldable phones, but what exactly do they mean by that? Here’s a breakdown of some common software issues.
With just a look One of the biggest upgrades in the Pixel 8 didn’t even get a mention during Google’s keynote: Face Unlock now works with banking apps and Google Wallet.
A look inside Ahead of Android 14 QPR1’s release in December, we’ve got a breakdown of every new feature we’ve found or expect to see in the new update.
Copy/paste Samsung had a major head start when it comes to refining the software experience for foldables. To catch up, Google should look at bringing these Galaxy Z Fold 5 software features to the Pixel Fold.
Samsung Smart City Android Central goes behind-the-scenes to see how Samsung assembles its flagship foldable, the Galaxy Z Fold 5.
Nothing is onto something Nothing OS 2.0 is the latest version of Nothing's Android OS for the Nothing Phone, and it might be the best iteration of stock Android we've seen yet.
Samsung’s Maintenance Mode is a brilliant feature that gives you peace of mind while your phone is being repaired, and Google needs to add it to its own Pixel phones.
Google’s cautious approach to new software features ensures Pixel users get the best experience, but they might have to be patient.