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How to Install Android Apps on Windows 11

The dream of running Android apps on your PC finally came true with Windows 11. There’s a lot of potential for this exciting feature. We’ll show you how to set it up and install your first Android app or game….

How to Find Your Phone Number on iPhone or Android

It’s a little embarrassing, but we’ve all had the thought at one time or another: “What is my phone number?” Maybe you recently got a new number or you’re just having a¬†mental lapse. The good news is you can find in the sett…

The Best Alternatives to Google Apps on Android

Android and Google go together like peanut butter and jelly, but not everyone likes peanut butter. Avoiding Google’s prominent apps in Android is tough, but there are plenty of alternatives out there. We’ll show you the best …

Why I Use Microsoft Edge on Android

Microsoft Edge started life on Windows 10, but it’s now available on several platforms, including Android. Chrome is the default browser on most Android devices, but I’m here to tell you Edge is just as good—if not better….

How to Run Android Apps on Linux

Ever wanted to run an Android app on Linux but didn’t want to mess with debugging bridges, development environments, or sideloading apps? An app called Anbox makes it possible, and we show you how to use it….

How (and Why) to Clone Apps on Android

You probably use a lot of apps, but sometimes one instance of an app isn’t enough. If you have an Android phone, you can “clone”—or duplicate—apps. There are a few reasons why you might want to do this….

How to Use Your Android Phone as a Google TV Remote

Even the most careful people lose TV remotes sometimes, especially when they’re as small as most streaming device remotes. Google TV devices can be controlled from an app on your Android phone, so you always have a backup….

How to Find Gas on Your Route With Google Maps

A necessary part of every road trip is the all-important gas stop. Sometimes, it’s hard to know when your next opportunity to fill up will be. You can easily add gas stations to your travel plans with Google Maps….
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