XDA-Developers is a large community of developers, many of which enjoy Android development and a hobby and contribute their projects with the public. Since the Google Pixel Launcher isn’t available on the app store, both the Pixel and Pixel 2’s Launchers were repacked into APKs that can be installed on any Android device and would work without the need to root, appropriately named “Rootless Pixel Launcher” by AmirZ, and “Rootless Pixel 2 Launcher” by paphonb, both members of XDA. The Rootless Pixel Launcher is also optimized for tablets like the Google Pixel C and comes with various…
Jam City, a Los Angeles based mobile games studio, in partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment will release Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, a free-to-play RPG game (with in-app purchases) for Android and iOS devices on April 25th. In this game you embark on your own adventure by creating own character and experience life as a Hogwarts student, set in the wizarding world, years before Harry Potter received his Hogwarts letter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAulFHyjFAI You can explore never-before-seen rooms of Hogwarts Castle, investigate ancient mysteries, learn powerful magic and knowledge from Professors Dumbledore, Snape, and more, duel against your rivals and forge alliances with new friends to help you on your adventures. Actors from the Harry Potter films will provide voiceover work for the game, said the company. Dame Maggie Smith (Professor McGonagall) Michael Gambon (Professor Dumbledore) Warwick Davis (Professor Flitwick) Sally Mortemore (Madam Irma Pince) Gemma Jones (Madam Pomfrey) Zoe Wanamaker (Madam Hooch) Android users can pre-register for the game on Google Play, you can also sign up for beat test here. Game Features: Magic Spells, Potions & More – Attend classes to learn and master magical skills like casting spells and brewing potions. – Unlock new characters, spells, potions and locations as you advance through the years of Hogwarts. – Customize …
Unlike before, it’s now possible to remove multiple third-party apps and websites from your Facebook account at once not just from your iPhone and Android device but also from computer. So, if you had found it a bit time to consume to clean up the mess earlier, you should take the utmost advantage of this newly added feature to secure your account.
Before jumping onto the steps, keep in mind that when you remove the apps and websites, they may delete your account or activity within them. They will no longer be able to request info about you on Facebook. However, the personal information that you had shared previously may still be available to them. Anyway, better late than never!
How to Remove Multiple Third Party Apps And Websites from Your Facebook Account At Once on iPhone, Android and Computer
On iPhone, iPad, and Android
Note: Ensure that you have the latest version of Facebook on your device.
Step #1. Launch Facebook on your mobile device.
Step #2. Now, tap on the menu button.
On iOS device, the menu button is at the bottom right corner. On Android device, the menu button is at the top right corner.
Step #3. Next, scroll down and tap on Settings and select Account Settings on your iOS device.
On your Android device, tap on Account Settings located under Settings and Privacy.
Step #4. Next up, scroll down again and tap on Apps.
Step #5. Up next, tap on Logged in with Facebook.
Step #6. Finally, select the apps and websites you want to delete. To do so, tap on the circle button to the left of each app and website. Once you are done, tap on Remove at the top right.
Step #7. In the end, tap on Remove to confirm.
You have successfully removed the third-party apps from using your Facebook account.
Getting rid of the third-party apps from using your social account on the desktop is just as straightforward.
How to Bulk Remove Third Party Apps And Websites from Your Facebook Account At One Go from the Web
Step #1. Open any web browser on your desktop and head over to facebook.com.
Step #2. Now, click on the tiny downward arrow at the top right corner and select Settings.
Step #3. Next, click on Apps in the left sidebar.
Step #4. Next up, select all the apps you wish to get rid of and then hit the Remove button at the top right corner.
Step #5. Finally, confirm by clicking on Remove button again.
That’s pretty much it!
Have your say
Even since the Facebook data row emerged, I’ve become more careful about sharing my personal info on the social networking app. I have also customized my privacy to keep the confidential data a bit securely. What about you?
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The original Pako – Car Chase Simulator [$ 1.99 / Free] began life on mobile back in the summer of 2014 as a super fun and stylish endless survival driving game, and it only grew and grew from there with a slew of updates in the years that followed. Eventually it found its way to desktop where it was also quite well-received. For the sequel, developer Tree Men Games went in the opposite direction, creating a game for desktop and console first and then porting it to mobile in January of this year. To get the game working well on mobile, the visuals were toned down and some of the content from the console and PC version was left out, but that didn’t stop Pako 2 [$ 1.99] from being one of the most fun releases of 2018 so far. Now Tree Men are beginning to flesh out the mobile version to bring it more on par with its older siblings, and today a new Pako 2 update has added a new level and three new vehicles into the game.
The new level is called Sunny Coast, and it unsurprisingly features plenty of sunshine and coastal decor including the beach and the ocean. The three new vehicles are the weird futuristic sports car the Leguan, military-style truck Wolf, and a modified police-style vehicle called the Fox. As great as this new update is for existing owners on iOS, it’s even better for Android players as alongside this new iOS update Pako 2 has also launched on the Google Play Store. I loved Pako 2 so much I picked it for the Game of the Week when it released in January, and it’s been in constant play rotation on my iPhone ever since. If you enjoy games with tons of action and frantic moments, as well as premium games with no IAP, I highly suggest checking out Pako 2, now on both iOS and Android and with tons of cool new content.
After three consecutive years of iterative iPhone updates that included almost no design changes, Apple in 2017 released a completely redesigned iPhone. No, I’m not talking about the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, which recycle Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus designs for the fourth consecutive year. I’m talking about the iPhone X, which is a completely reimagining of the iPhone.
Now that the wheel has been reinvented, however, Apple is expected in 2018 to once again release iterative iPhone updates. Things will get a bit more interesting this year if Apple does indeed release two additional new iPhone models alongside its iPhone X successor, but all three phones are expected to feature the same design as the current-generation iPhone X. But if we look a bit further down the road, the company may be working on new iPhone models that are unlike anything we’ve ever seen before from Apple. I first discussed them on Wednesday, but I wanted to quickly revisit the topic following a wave of presumptive coverage from tech blogs.
Bloomberg on Wednesday reported that Apple’s iPhone engineers are working on some pretty interesting things that could hit the market in the not-too-distant future. As I covered yesterday, touchless gesture control features are reportedly being developed for upcoming iPhones, and Apple is supposedly even testing a new iPhone design that is curved instead of flat, like every iPhone that has been released so far.
Now, it’s important to acknowledge that those are the only two facts pertaining to Apple’s future plans that were included in that Bloomberg report (facts is italicized because the report cites only one anonymous source for each of those claims). Everything else was background, filler, or speculation, like the notion that Apple might be considering a curved iPhone design in order to “differentiate design” in a “crowded marketplace.” Coverage on other sites also included no additional facts, only speculation.
There’s nothing wrong with speculation, of course, but a narrative developed on many sites that seems like it could be way off base. The basic idea presented in posts like this one from my favorite blog Gizmodo (other than BGR, of course) is that Apple’s touchless gesture control and curved screens aren’t novel new ideas. Instead, they’re similar to things that were done on Android phones years ago.
This may be true. Apple may be cooking up pointless touchless gesture controls like we’ve seen on earlier smartphones. Apple might also be toying with curved phone designs merely to “differentiate” its phones in a “crowded marketplace.” Does that really sound like Apple, though? Does the company ever really do silly things like just to be different? Would Apple release a curved phone to differentiate itself after seeing that no one liked Samsung’s curved phone in 2013 or LG’s curved phones in 2014 and 2015? That sounds… unlikely.
What am I getting at here? In a word, chill. Until more light is shed on the internal projects at Apple that Bloomberg revealed, we have absolutely no idea why Apple is working on these new iPhone features, or how they’ll tie in with other new iPhone features. As I mentioned in yesterday’s coverage, these two features may actually be releated. Apple has been working for years on all sorts of exciting new tech, including displays with 3D holographic capabilities.
What if Apple is developing touchless gesture support in order to allow people to interact with objects that appear as though they’re floating in front of the screen? What if Apple is testing curved iPhone designs so that the sensors reading these touchless controls can detect gestures performed so close to the display? We don’t know, and we won’t know anytime soon. Until we get more information, however, let’s try not to jump to any conclusions.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp is rolling out a new beta on Android that includes a much requested feature, an option to record voice notes hands-free within the app. After installing the update, when the user presses and holds on the mic button to record audio, another option appears on screen where they can swipe up to lock the recording. After doing that, the app will continue to record the voice note without you having to press and hold the mic button. You can still cancel the recording and delete the file without sending. The update is out now on Android through the beta channel….
The carrier unlocked versions of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are getting Android 8.0 Oreo today. Samsung promised all S8, S8+, and Note 8 devices would receive an Oreo update by mid-April, and they seem to be delivering. S8 and S8+ devices on Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T were all updated in March, and the unlocked Note 8 got the update yesterday.
Reports have been coming in from our readers that their own devices have received the update.
Android 8.0 is rolling out to US unlocked Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ devices was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
WhatsApp video calling is what I mostly use to communicate with friends living on the other side of the ecosystem. Though it works pretty well most of the times, it does hit a bumpy ride on some occasions. But thanks to a few simple hacks, I’m able to fix WhatsApp video calling not working issue iPhone or Android.
So, if you are unable to use video calling on your WhatsApp or often find it going off the handle, these tips can be convenient for troubleshooting the issue. Jump over to shoot out the problem so that your communication continues to be freewheeling!
WhatsApp Video Calling Not Working on iPhone or Android Phone? Tips to Fix the Issue
Check out the Internet
Video calling requires strong network and therefore ensure that it’s in top gear. The poor Internet connection might be the main culprit behind this issue.
Turn Off Cellular or Wi-Fi on your mobile device. Next, restart your device and then turn on the Internet connection.
On your iPhone, open Settings → Cellular/Wi-Fi and then turn it off. Now, turn off your device. Wait for sometime and then turn it back on.
On your Android device, head over to Settings app and then turn off Cellular/Wi-Fi. Next, turn off your device and wait for sometime. Then, restart it. Next up, turn on the Internet connection.
Update WhatsApp on your Device
It’s always better to keep apps updated to the latest version. Outdated version of an app seems to be always embroiled in trouble. For instance, it may crash randomly, run too slowly and even drain the battery of your device. Therefore, try updating WhatsApp to the latest version on your iOS device.
On your iPhone: Open App Store and select Updates. Then, locate WhatsApp and hit the Update button.
On your Android device: Launch Play Store and then tap on the menu button at the top right corner. Next, tap on My apps & games and then hit the Update button next to WhatsApp.
Once you have updated the app, you should be able to use video calling without any hiccups. But if the issue is still not fixed, move on to the next solution.
Delete and Reinstall WhatsApp from your iPhone or Android Phone
Drastic times call for drastic measures! Many a time, I have resolved stubborn issues just by deleting the app and reinstalling it. Agreed, it sounds crazy and many of you might even laugh at the idea, but it’s worth giving it a fresh start.
But before going for the kill, don’t forget to back up your entire chat history; on your iPhone: open WhatsApp → tap on Settings tab → Chats → Chat Backup.
On your Android device: Launch WhatsApp → tap on the menu button at the top right → Settings → Chats → Chat Backup.
To delete an app on your iPhone, just touch and hold on the app in question and then hit the X button when it starts wiggling. Tap on Delete in the popup to confirm.
On your Android device, Simply touch and hold on the app you want to delete. Tap on Uninstall in the popup and then tap on OK to confirm.
Update iOS/Android OS on your Mobile Device
No solution as yet? Don’t worry there is still one more way to resolve the problem.
On your iPhone:
Launch Settings app → General → Software Update → download and install the available update.
On your Android device:
Open Settings app → About device → Update → Check for Update → Download and Install the available update.
I’m sure the issue has been fixed after the software update on your device.
Over to You
So, which one of the afore-mentioned tricks rescued you? Were you able to resolve the issue just by taking care of Internet or you had to go for drastic measures? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.
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Android P is the latest iteration of Google’s mobile operating system, and it’s been available to test as a Developer Preview on the company’s Pixel phones for about a month now. I flashed the preview on my Pixel 2 XL a few weeks ago and have been using the phone as my daily driver since.
Overall, this is easily the most polished day-one build Google has released. I’m not having any battery drain issues, annoying app crashes, or random reboots.
Android P initial impressions: Two weeks daily driving Google’s latest OS was written by the awesome team at Android Police.