Android vs iPhone: The Battle Of The Chat Apps
Welcome to the ANATAD Podcast. In the NewsAccording to Applevis, Apple Warns VoiceOver Users Not to Install watchOS 7 Beta 4 or the first Public Preview (Update: issue resolved in beta 5) We talk about the Top Ten Cheap Android SmartphonesAs well as...
- According to Applevis, Apple Warns VoiceOver Users Not to Install watchOS 7 Beta 4 or the first Public Preview (Update: issue resolved in beta 5)
- We talk about the Top Ten Cheap Android Smartphones
- As well as mentioning this article about the Top ten August 2020 Android phones
- Find out what we think about this article to do with Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Structural Defects being Reported
- This CoolBlindTech article is about an analytics Company Introducing a Free Browser Extension that Converts Graphs and Charts into Sound
- AndroidCentral reports that Google rolls out automatic dark/light mode switching to Gboard beta users
- AndroidHeadlines reports rumors that the Pixel 5 Will Finally Give Us An Ultra-wide Camera and bigger battery!
- CultofMac tells us about Dr.Fone - a service which helps Transfer chat history between iOS, Android
- LG K31 Gives The Low-End US Budget Smartphone Market A Boost
- Google Translate now lets you save your transcribed sessions
- According to PhoneArena, Top analyst says Apple will use cheaper iPhone battery technology to offset cost of adding 5G
- We compared notifications on Android and iOS, and presented our opinions on why we prefer Android’s notification style.
- We discussed some of the typing options on iOS and Android, and demonstrated the swipe keyboard on iOS.
- We compared Telegram on iOS with its counterpart on Android, and believe that Telegram is better on Android.
- Finally, we compared What’sApp on iOS with its counterpart on Android, and believe it is better on iOS.
- Making a browser as default on Android
- and whether we would like an unboxing of a Sony device
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