Use labels and priority inbox to get the most out of your mail with this helpful tutorial.
Even if you’re not the busiest of person, it’s pretty likely that your Gmail inbox sometimes looks like it could do with a cleansing fire to clear it out. Whether it’s work emails, friends connecting, or just the steady stream of special offers and voucher websites that fill up your inbox everyday, it can feel like a daunting task trying to get on top of things. That’s where labels and your priority inbox come in.
These handy inclusions in the official Gmail app let you keep a close eye on what actually matters to you, and leave the rest to read when you’ve got a spare minute. Here then are some simple tips and tricks to help you get a better hold of your on the move email communications. With a bit of tinkering and some sensible labeling, you’ll soon be the master of most of the mail coming your way, and that’s a great feeling. These tweaks will change your internet email inbox too, giving you almost complete control.
The ZTE Grand Memo is a behemoth device with relatively high-end specs.
One of the first devices to rear its head at this year’s Moble World Congress has come from ZTE. The hotly rumoured ZTE Grand Memo has a 5.7-inch 720×1080 display and just 8.5mm thick. Also included is 16GB of internal storage, 2GB of RAM and a very generous 3200mAh battery that should keep you going for while. You will find a 13-megapixel camera on the rear and the Grand Memo will be running Android 4.1.
There is no news on price and availability yet, but this is certainly a device looking to rival the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Note.
The Samsung Galaxy S IV has an official launch date.
The ridiculously hyped Samsung Galaxy S IV finally has an official unveiling date. At Samsung’s Unpacked event at New York City on March 14th, the S IV will make its debut and from which we’ll finally know what to expect from the device.
Not too much has been confirmed about the Galaxy S IV as of yet, but with just a few weeks until the unveiling, we can’t wait to see what they’ve got planned.
New revised edition of The Samsung Galaxy Book out now
The Samsung Galaxy range of smartphones and tablets has grown wildly in popularity over the last few years, with the recent S III Mini, Note II and Tab 2 10.1 models taking the series to a whole new level. With brand new technologies that raise the bar for developers everywhere and one of the most well designed user interfaces ever seen, they’ve become giants in the market.
To help Galaxy users understand their device and learn how to get the most from it, we’ve put together the definitive guide to the series. Kicking off with an exploration of the Galaxy range and an introduction to the essentials, the bookazine is packed full of step-by-step tutorials on everything from using the Galaxy Note’s S Pen and Galaxy S III’s pop-up play to downloading the best apps and widgets from the Samsung App Store. However you use your device, we’ve got you covered.
Andy Betts, Editor in Chief of Android Magazine, said: “The Samsung Galaxy Book Revised is the ultimate guide to using and getting more from the entire range of Galaxy devices. Packed with accessible tutorials for users of all levels and 100% focussed on Samsung’s devices, you won’t find a more comprehensive resource to help you master your S, Note, Ace or Tab.”
Is the Lenovo IdeaTab A2109 a good alternative to the Nexus 10? Find out in our full review of this 9-inch Android tablet.
Lenovo’s IdeaTab A2109 is yet another tablet aiming itself at the £200-ish price point. The idea, of course, is that those who can’t afford top notch tablets, but want to steer clear of the kind of drek that tends to clog up the very lowest end of the market, will gravitate around this price point creating plenty of market for different manufacturers.
There’s a logic to the view, but people are also looking for quality products, and as we’ve said before, the Nexus 7 is the target everyone has to shoot at in this price range.
Lenovo isn’t perhaps the first name you would associate with a mid-range Android tablet, but the company has in fact been around doing Android for a while, and it brings some interesting features to its £200 IdeaTab A2109.
How does the HTC One stand up against the best Android phones, the Galaxy S3, Nexus 4 and Sony Xperia Z? Read on for our head to head look at the details
We pitch the new HTC One against the best Android devices currently on the market. Does it set the standard for the rest to match this year?