Monument Valley 2!

Monument Valley 2 is likely to be priced at $6.49

After being announced for Android, there was no mention of how much Monument Valley 2 would cost. However, it seems that someone found a price placeholder of $6.49.

Best of Android

Best Android Smartphones [July 2017]

As astute (and devout) fans of Android phones, we at Phandroid like to keep tabs on the best smartphones that your money can buy, whether you have a meager budget or the means to buy the best of the best. Be sure to explore the best Android smartphones with us! Best Smartphone Overall: Samsung Galaxy …

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Pixel 2 Battery: 0 to 100% in 96 minutes

People like to point to the battery capacity as the one and only thing that matters, but there’s more that goes into the equation. One part that often gets overlooked is how quickly the phone can be recharged.

Free Yourself

4 Reasons not to buy an Android TV with Chromecast built-in

While smart TV makers are keen on wowing you with the promise of “Netflix and Chill” at the click of a button, we’re going to buck the trend and take the stance that you shouldn’t buy an Android TV with Chromecast built-in.

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Pixel 2 Battery Life (First 24 Hours)

The PIxel 2 has a 2700 mAh battery, which sounds pretty small, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it will have bad battery life.

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Capture scrolling screenshots with any Android device

Capturing a screenshot on an Android device is pretty simple. Press the unique button combination on your smartphone or tablet and you can capture and share a screenshot in a matter of seconds. A handful of new smartphones feature a scrolling screenshot option which allows you to capture an entire web page, yourapp drawer or even …

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30+ Best Android Games [June 2017]

Hundreds of great games arrive in the Play Store each month. Some are from big name gaming studios, others are from small indie developers. It can be hard to keep up with them all.

iOS will have to wait

Facebook’s new subscription tool will be Android exclusive

Facebook’s new subscription tool will launch exclusively on Android after the social media giant failed to agree on terms with Apple. The service will allow news publishers to put up paywalls for some of their articles.