You probably watch digital content on your smartphone. Maybe you’re even viewing this webpage on your mobile device right now. Smartphones provide their owners with more than just a pocket computer experience. They can make calls, send messages, navigate locations, manage finances, socialize with friends, and yes, even watch movies.
We decided to compile a list of must-have apps for the avid movie watcher. This list specifically targets mobile apps that offer free and legal digital films. We threw in a few bonus apps at the end for those of you who want a full cinematic experience. They’re in alphabetical order, so be sure to read to the end. Let us know if you have any other apps we may have missed.
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Like me and many others, you probably use your Google Home for ambient music a lot. Volume level 2-4 is perfect for this, however, then you need to ask your Google Home a question, only to have it respond back to you at volume level 2.
Continue reading “More than a year after its initial release, Google Home still doesn’t support independent volume levels for Assistant and music”
I know. It’s 2017, almost 2018, and USB-C is the standard for all the things. So you shouldn’t be needing any Mini-USB, USB-A, Lightning, or proprietary cables anymore for your electronics, right? Well, you may not need many (or any) of those, but do you still need your Micro-USB cords? Let’s take a look at a realistic setup.
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When it comes to an infected computer, there is not much a person can do except to try and clean it up. However, if there are tools that help you do that, it makes your duty much easier. Let’s face it: ad revenue is important to all web publishers. It’s important to us as well.
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Apple changed a lot of things in iOS 11 to make it a far better operating system with a far superior user experience, but it still needs some love in one particular area: notifications. The slightest improvement doesn’t outweigh the gaping hole in the software.
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It’s the time of the year again when new flagship devices come out, and you are tempted to grab one. With every new device, you are supposed to get new features, better battery life, better performance, and, overall, more satisfaction. I had the following choices: OnePlus 5 or the Samsung Galaxy S7?
However, not everyone can afford to shell out almost a thousand dollars every year.
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Today, Apple unveiled its shiny new iPhone X. The most notable announcement was its introduction of Face ID to replace Touch ID and the removal of the home button.
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It’s been a little more than six months since the YouTube team and Google started rolling out the new notification bell across all their products, presumably signifying the distancing of YouTube and Google+, and this change still annoys me to this date.
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Low battery is the bane of an avid smartphone user’s life. We all have had to face it, be it at class or somewhere out hiking, and in all honesty, running out of power midway in your day is quite frustrating. One of the problems that I have continued to notice is that with each passing year, phones are becoming thinner, essential features are being thrown away (RIP headphone jack), and that batteries are becoming smaller in capacity.
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One of the biggest selling points of the OnePlus 5 is its dual camera setup. So big, in fact, that OnePlus is touting the dual camera as the phone’s killer feature. To achieve this, OnePlus partnered with DxO to enhance their camera performance. But many believe that the partnership only helped to artificially boost the DxOMark score of the OP5.
Continue reading “Opinion: Did OnePlus buy its DxOMark score for the OnePlus 5?”