Buy the OnePlus One 16GB version for £229 and the 64GB version for £269.
Bargain alert. For those who have been waiting to get their hands on a OnePlus One, now is the time to do so. The team over at OnePlus have made both the 16GB and 64GB version of the One available today without any invite needed.
Follow this link to get the deal.
The Sony Xperia Z4 will be debuting in 2015. Here’s everything we know about it, so far.
Sony hasn’t rested on their laurels when it comes to expanding their flasgship Xperia range, so much so that we’ve already got our hands on the early specifications sheet for their latest device, the Sony Xperia Z4.Sony Xperia Z4 specifications: Display size: 5.4-inch QHD Triluminos Resolution: 2560 x 1440 pixels Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 Memory: 4GB RAM Battery: 3420mAh Camera: 20.7-megapixels rear
On paper, these specifications look fantastic, but we strongly believe that we’ll see a slightly upgraded processor used instead of the Snapdragon 805 rumoured to be included. With the unveiling of the Sony Xperia Z4 happening at CES 2015, expect to see the device released in March.
YouTube and Play Music have combined for the new YouTube Music Key service.
The new subscription service that looks to bring YouTube and Play Music All Access into the ultimate music subscription service is finally here. YouTube Music Key enables users to enjoy music within the background of their device, while also downloading videos on to their device for offline listening.
Although the library is pretty much the same, with Music Key, users will be able to experience more indie bands, remixes and concerts that what’s currently available solely through All Access. Play Music All Access will also receive 50,000 music videos for users to enjoy.
Existing Play Music subscribers will get the benefits of YouTube Music Key free of charge, while new subscribers to YMK can try the service for 6 months for free, before paying £7.99 per month for the service and a Play Music account.
Use an Xposed Framework module to remove the delay from taking screenshots
Since Android 4.2 there’s been a slight delay when you take screenshots of your phone or tablet. It’s likely you haven’t noticed, but if you take a lot of screenshots, then you want to make sure you’re capturing the screen at the precise moment you tap, whatever buttons you tap to snap.
If you’ve got a rooted device with Xposed Framework installed you can cut that slight delay down to nothing by installing a new module. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to do it, and give you the links you’ll need to get the module installed. It’s a pretty simple process, but you’ll need to set a bit of time aside and make sure you’re on a Wi-Fi connection if you want to make everything run smoothly. When you’re ready, head to step one and we’ll get started.
Nokia’s new Android tablet looks great! Here’s what we know so far about the Nokia N1.
So it isn’t an Android version of the Nokia 3310, but Nokia has announced a new Android tablet. The N1 tablet looks like a remarkably good deal for the $249 price tag it’ll be going on sale for.Nokia N1 specifications
Display size: 7.9-inch
Display resolution: 2048 x 1536 pixels
Use this powerful app to find out how much space you could save on your Android device
If you’re anything like us, you’re installing and uninstalling new apps on your Android phone or tablet on a pretty regular basis. But that process can leave you with a surprising amount of leftover data. And on top of that, a lot of the apps that you use often will have automatically cache a lot of information as well. That can eat up the precious storage on your device, leaving you with a lot less than you should have.
That’s where CCleaner comes in. It’s a super-smart app that scans your device’s memory and finds the bits and bobs that you’re not using, or you don’t need. Then all it takes is a few taps to clean everything up. It does a lot more than that as well, including better app management, if you’re willing to put the time in. All you’ll need for this tutorial is the app, which you can grab from the Google Play Store for nothing. When you’ve downloaded it, you’re good to go.