WhatsApp has started rolling out the ability to move your chat history from an Android phone to an iPhone.
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Mozilla has hired the maintainer of the open-source Android email client K-9 Mail and will soon rebrand it to Thunderbird for Android.
After Google made Android Auto for Phone Screens incompatible on Android 12 handsets last year, the app is now being retired for good.
Google has started rolling out new Real Tone filters for its Google Photos app on Android.
DuckDuckGo has committed to changing the terms of its search syndication agreement with Microsoft to improve privacy for its users.
Google is planning to give some love to over 20 of its tablet apps on Android tablets.
The Google TV Android app will soon be able to cast content from other streaming services to smart TVs.
Google's YouTube Go app for Android users with limited data or a slow connection will shut down in August.
Google has started rolling out a new Data Safety section that will appear on the store listings of all Android apps on the Google Play Store.
Google wants to get rid of third-party Android apps that can record phone calls on its Play Store.
The Google Play Store will soon start hiding outdated Android apps that may not have the latest privacy and security features.
Microsoft has reportedly announced an internal reorganization earlier this week and created a new Android division under Chief Product Officer Panos Panay.
Google announced that Spotify will be the first Android app to be allowed to use its own billing system instead of Google Play’s.
Google's Play Store app on Android will soon lose its Movies & TV content section. Starting in May 2022, the Google TV Android app will become the main place where Android users can purchase movies and TV shows from Google.
Google’s Messages and Phone apps for Android have been quietly collecting and sending user data about texts and calls to Google, all without notifying users or giving them an option to opt out.
Google kicked off its Google for Games Developer Summit today, where the company announced new tools to help Android game developers bring their games to more screens.
Nearly a year after Google announced its new Privacy Sandbox initiative to reduce cross-site tracking on the web, the company announced this morning a multi-year initiative to bring its Privacy Sandbox on Android.
Google appears to be working on a new feature that will let Pixel owners stream Android apps to a PC, Mac, or Chromebook.
It looks like Google has slowly started replacing certain Android apps with Progressive Web Apps in the Play Store. The change only affects two major apps for now.
Apple and Google are partnering to build a brand-new contact tracing technology into both Android and iOS, in an effort to help reduce COVID-19 spread.
Google is adding a built-in braille keyboard to Android to help users type without using any third-party or external hardware on their Android devices.
Google's stripped-down version of Android now has more than 100 active devices, and gets a new camera app built for those low-end devices.
Microsoft is updating the Surface Duo SDK with support for drag-and-drop, macOS, Linux, Android Studio on Windows, and more.
Huawei says the company is still very much interested in going back to using Google Play Services despite an executive stating that the company will stick to its own alternative -- even if the US trade ban is lifted.
Google is reportedly working on adding a built-in call recording and transcription feature to the phone app on Android.
The Pixel 4's first feature drop is here -- and along with the promised features, it also introduces an improvement to Face Unlock, support for T-Mobile eSIM, and improved location tracking.
New Android phones in Turkey will ship without Google apps, including the Play Store, after Google failed to meet the local competition authority's demands.