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How to Track Your Kid’s Location on Android

Tracking someone’s location is a touchy subject, but there are legitimate reasons why you might want to do it. One common example is tracking your child’s location. We’ll show you how to keep an eye on their whereabouts….

How to Transfer Contacts from Android to iPhone

Switching to an iPhone from Android might seem like a daunting process. You probably have a deep contact list that has been curated over the years. Thankfully, it’s pretty easy to transfer your contacts to an iPhone….

How to Hear Who’s Calling Your Android Phone

Who’s calling me now? It’s a question everyone has asked. Smartphones make it easy to see who’s calling before you answer, but what if you didn’t even have to look at the screen? The Google Phone app can announce it….

What Is Samsung Free, and How Do I Turn It Off?

Samsung loves to include its own apps and services on devices. This can lead to some confusion when you get a new Galaxy device and you’re confronted with unfamiliar things. “Samsung Free” is a prominent one, so what is it?…

How to Use Two Apps Side by Side on Android

Smartphones have become important tools for productivity, and nothing signifies that more than using multiple apps at a time. All Android devices support the ability to run apps side by side in split-screen mode. We’ll show y…

How to See Android 12’s Hidden Easter Egg

If there’s one thing Google loves, it’s hiding “Easter Eggs” in its products. You can find them in Chrome, the Play Store, and Android itself. Every version has a hidden “Easter Egg,” let’s take a look at Android 12….

How to Change the Theme Color on Android

Android 12 introduced a theming engine called “Material You.” By simply switching wallpapers, you can completely change the colors of the Android UI. It’s super easy to do and has a dramatic effect. We’ll show you….
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