Love using Swappa? Fees are going up in November

Swappa is a great place to buy and sell gently used Android and iOS devices, but starting in November a change is being made to the way Swappa calculates its fees. There’s no longer a flat $10 fee.

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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 …

New App

Facebook’s teens-only Lifestage app now on Android

Facebook’s video profile app designed for teens called Lifestage is now available on Android after launching on iOS back in August. No Facebook account is needed to sign up, but it’s designed for people 21 and younger.


ZTE Axon 7 MAX renders leak ahead of device reveal

ZTE is set to unveil its Axon 7 MAX tomorrow, but ahead of the big reveal some official press materials have leaked online. The most interesting thing is the device features dual cameras on the rear.

Budget Phone

T-Mobile now offering the ZTE ZMAX Pro for only $180

T-Mobile has added the ZTE ZMax Pro to its line-up just in time for the holidays. This is probably the cheapest 6″ smartphone you’ll find and while it is a budget phone, the specs aren’t half bad.


The new rumored OnePlus 3 model might be more expensive

More hints suggest the OnePlus 3T is a real phone that could be coming from the company soon. Evan Blass tweeted out a curious formula that suggests the phone is very similar to the OnePlus 3, but may be priced at a premium.

So Much Room

How to use the LG V20 Second Screen [VIDEO]

The LG V20 is the successor to the V10, and it once again has the quirky second screen. If you’re thinking about getting the V20, or you already have it, you should take advantage of this unique feature.

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Re-predicting Android’s OS dessert names beyond Kit Kat

In 2009, Android enthusiasts got their first tastes of Cupcake and Donut. With Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jellybean, and Kit Kat now in the books – just for fun – I’m revising my predictions.