Android users can now get apps worth $105 for free courtesy of the Amazon Appstore. Amazon has held deals like these before, so it’s nothing new for Android users. This fresh deal includes titles like World of Goo, Cut The Rope, Atomus HD and plenty more, all of which combined usually cost $105, so this is well worth your time. Critically acclaimed game Kingdom Rush Origins is also included in the list, which is a game that usually sells for $3.49. We’re not sure how long the deal will last, but it makes sense to make use...

Verizon has officially begun the sales of the Nexus 6 starting today. This comes as a bit of a surprise considering that the smartphone was officially announced last week. However, the smartphone was only available on pre-order last week and will not have reached customers’ hands until today. The Google flagship can now be snatched up from Verizon outlets across the U.S. The device can also be bought through the carrier’s online store. Unfortunately, only the 32GB Midnight Blue variant of the smartphone is on offer, so...

Welcome to the 61st part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S3. This phone which was once the flagship model of the South Korean company was released way back in 2012. While it’s highly unlikely that it will be getting the official Android Lollipop update several ROM developers have already made custom ROMs based on Android Lollipop for this device. This isn’t a surprise since based on the hardware specs of this device alone it is more than capable of running the latest Android version. In this...

Customers of the AT&T HTC One M7 and the One M8 will be relieved to know that the carrier will officially start sending out the update to the two devices starting late March. This comes after the likes of T-Mobile recently sent out the update to its variants, so AT&T has been relatively behind as far as sending out updates are concerned, which is no secret really. The information was given away by the President of HTC Americas, Jason Mackenzie, in response to a user query during HTC’s Q&A session after the Uh Oh announcement...

Customers of the Verizon Droid Turbo have been a little disappointed that the smartphone is still stuck on Android 4.4 KitKat, while other Motorola devices have already received the Lollipop update. A new report now suggests that the smartphone will be directly updated to Android 5.1, meaning that it will leapfrog over Android 5.0 in the process. This is something we’ve seen with past future updates as well and will save a lot of time for the company as well as the carrier. Instead of having to issue two separate updates, Motorola...

LG’s midrange offering from last year, the LG L90 is the latest recipient of the Android 5.0 Lollipop update. The manufacturer has reportedly begun rolling out the update to the handset, so users can expect it to find it on their smartphone anytime soon. This is pretty decent for a smartphone which made its debut with Android 4.4 KitKat and a low end Snapdragon 400 SoC. It goes to show that if manufacturers make up their minds, nothing is unachievable. We hope this serves as an inspiration to the likes of Samsung and HTC who have...

Although Samsung and HTC announced the One M9 almost simultaneously, only Samsung was able to give out the official launch details for its flagship handset. And now, even HTC has managed to share launch details for its flagship device, and much to our surprise, it’s on the same day as the Galaxy S6 is expected to break cover. This could be a marketing tactic from HTC to ensure that its presence is felt in the market and not give Samsung an upper hand. American carriers are yet to announce availability, but we’re hoping for...

OnePlus has posted a lengthy explanation on its forum regarding the delay in rolling out the Android 5.0 update for the OnePlus One. The company only speaks about the Oxygen OS related delays as it doesn’t control the Cyanogen OS updates. Either way, the company believes that both versions should be ready for download before the end of this month. The company mentioned that there were some camera compatibility issues with the Oxygen OS ROM, which meant that they had to rebuild it from scratch. There was also an OS signing issue...