The best Android app makers for making apps with zero code

Want to build an app but don’t know how to code? Don’t have the inclination to learn? Don’t worry: there are still plenty of options out there for you. Android app makers are tools created specifically for those people who want to release an app on the Play Store (and possibly other app stores, ssh!) but don’t want to get involved with ...

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Sharp is launching a pair of totally bezeless phones in mid-July

Samsung might be calling their near-bezeless Galaxy S8 screen the “Infinity display”, but it might be time to rethink that name, because Sharp is set to launch two devices in mid-July which go to infinity.. and beyond. The Sharp FS8016 and FS8010 (catchy, right?) are a new set of handsets from the manufacturer which manage to make the ...

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Deal: Best Buy offering $200 gift card with unlocked Galaxy S8 duo

For those of you in the US, Best Buy is now offering a $200 gift card with any eligible purchase of an unlocked Galaxy S8 device. See also:Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus review: Almost to InfinityApril 18, 2017 Samsung’s Galaxy S8 duo is only a few months old, but they’re seeing all sorts of discounts already, especially the ...

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Reap the rewards of Digital Marketing wizardry

Marketing is recession-proof. To a greater or lesser extent every company needs marketing, or at least can hugely benefit from it. But it’s also almost entirely digital these days, so we’ve sniffed out The Complete Digital Marketing Course 2017 to get you up to speed. If you’re in the know, you don’t have to get applying for jobs on ...

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The best free and paid Android app development courses

Do you keep telling yourself you’re going to learn to code and then build yourself that amazing app idea you’ve had for ages? Do you keep putting it off? Or perhaps you’ve tried a few times and found that the learning curve is just too steep? Don’t worry, you’re certainly not alone. In fact, it seems that everyone I speak to has an ...

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Here’s how to enable DCI-P3 wide color gamut on OnePlus 3T

The recently announced OnePlus 5 has a 5.5-inch Full HD AMOLED display that by default features the DCI-P3 wide color gamut. Based on the fact that the display is exactly the same as the one found on its predecessor, it’s actually possible to enable DCI-P3 on the OnePlus 3T as well. Well, at least on some models. The OnePlus 3T actually ...

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AR vs VR: what’s the difference?

While the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive haven’t quite been flying off the shelves yet, virtual reality is still big news and most analysts think that it is about to take off in a big way. And even if it remains solely the pastime of enthusiasts, it’s still undeniably the case that VR is officially here – and that is incredibly exciting. But ...

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Google Home now supports Bluetooth music streaming

Google is now rolling out an update for Bluetooth streaming support on the Google Home. This means you’ll be able to use your Google Home more like a typical Bluetooth speaker to stream audio from your Android or iOS smartphone. The functionality is rolling out with firmware version 90387 (judging by screenshots from Android Police), and ...

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