Voice assistants have been part of our lives for a long time already. Even though they have been customer friendly for a long time, we didn’t use them. Since technology has advanced, there’s also a big jump with artificial intelligence that helps making our interactions with assistants better. It’s fascinating to see how assistants – like Siri – have been improving over time. Since then there are a lot of new competitors, and none of them are perfect just yet. I’m sure that artificial intelligence is going to change how we work and how we do stuff. For example, just check out how ‘quick replies’ make our lives ‘easier’ while answering emails… For me, it’s always amazing to see how new technology makes our lives better but also different.
Many of you are probably not using the official Twitter app since it’s too basic or because of its new design. A while ago I wrote a review about Twitter clients like Flamingo, which you can read here. I think it’s the time to talk about Twitter’s official app, mostly focusing on its new automatic night mode.
I’m sure that many of you have experienced apps not working quite right. You get that infamous ‘<insert your app here> has stopped’ message. From there you have two options. Send a crash report to the developer or just ignore the message and try again. Sometimes the ‘Force close’ message will just pop up again and the app or game won’t open at all. Here are some tips/tricks on how you might be able to get that app/game to work again.
Storage on our devices is precious to us. Typically, we pay more if we want a phone with extra storage, sometimes even more than a couple hundred for the bigger storage version of the same phone. In Slovenia, the country where I live, there’s usually just the model with less storage, with no option for an upgrade.
Hi, My name is Jack, and I’m the newest addition to the team of writers at Android Circle. I’m extremely excited about writing articles here, as well as the future of AC.
Here is my first article, enjoy!
One of the characteristics of Android that sets it apart from other mobile operating systems (*cough* iOS *cough*) is that it is extremely customisable. A big part of that customisability is the ability to change the home screen completely. Not only can one arrange icons of the home screen however they want, but they can even change the look of the icons themselves.
Holidays are almost over and we are all loving to view (and compare) our photos. Me and my friends did this a while ago and I realized something… No matter the phone, my friends photos have way more noise than mine and most of them looked blurry and overexposed. This is why I’m writing this article, to improve and show you this little trick that you can do no matter the phone you have (…don’t expect miracles if your phone’s camera isn’t a little good).