The open road

Android Auto is making its way to Harley-Davidson motorcycles

Cruising the open road has just gotten a new infusion of tech with the announcement that Harley-Davidson Touring bikes will be the first motorcycles released with Android Auto built into its  “Boom! Box GTS” infotainment systems, giving riders access to their favorite apps, Google Maps navigation and voice control through Google Assistant.  With Android Auto, …

Shootout

Pixel 4 versus Samsung Galaxy Z Flip camera comparison: missing the mark

The new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is currently the best foldable-display smartphone on the market, featuring similar camera tech to last year’s Galaxy S10 lineup. On paper, the Galaxy Z Flip should take decent pictures, but to see if it’s any good in the real world, we decided to match it up against the Google …

Download time

How to Download YouTube videos on Android

YouTube is an incredibly beneficial video sharing platform. Many people have made careers by making content regularly and posting it on the website. But the most fascinating thing about the website is the fact that millions of people are on the site at any given moment, searching for videos that interest them. However, these people …

Best of Phandroid

How to hide apps, photos, and text messages on your Android Phone

We all get that uncomfortable feeling when someone else is using your phone. Something embarrassing or confidential is just a few errant swipes away. We’ve created three new guides to help you lock down personal photos, messages, and apps.

Off to a good start

48 hours with the Samsung Galaxy S20+

Getting a new phone is always exciting. There’s nothing more satisfying than taking a phone out of the box for the first time and peeling off the protective plastic film from the screen and carefully examining the glass on the front and back of the phone before getting my greasy fingerprints smudges all over it. …

A new champ?

Ultimate Samsung Galaxy S20+ versus Pixel 4 camera shootout: taking on the champ

We all know that smartphone get better every year with new and improved hardware, but sometimes it’s harder to notice the improvements when software is factored into the mix. In the case of camera performance, Google has somehow managed to stay ahead of the curve, despite using cheaper and outdated hardware. This year, Samsung is …