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Call by UBPorts, the foundation behind Ubuntu Touch, the mobile OS:
Our friends at Volla are looking for a customer communication associate and an Ubuntu Touch and Android software developer. If you are interested or know a fellow community member who may be interested, please share this with them!
https://volla.online/blog/files/october-jobs.html

#job #ubuntu #linux #android #mobile
 
I am using #Friendica with #Frio on my mobile a lot. I like the interface more than any Friendica, Mastodon or other app I tested. I got a couple or them installed and almost never use them.

Now I found a problem, when I am in the network stream or on the profile of a contact (like a just added one), there is a menu on the left which can be opened by tapping on the three dots. The menu then in many cases is longer than what can be shown on the screen. The problem is I can not scroll down in #Chrome, so I can only see the upper part of the menu. It just won't scroll when I push the page up or down with one finger. (normal way to scroll)

Can someone check if the problem is present on their device, if so let me know what system and which browser you use.
Mine is #Android 10 with #Chrome and I am in the current develop version of Friendica, but the problem seems to be there in stable too.

!Friendica Support
 
laptop manufacturers should push for #linux tablets instead of #android tablets.
No one can match productivity with the tools linux has to offer

#tablets
 
laptop manufacturers should push for #linux tablets instead of #android tablets.
No one can match productivity with the tools linux has to offer

#tablets
 

Twitter: Android users' direct messages may have been exposed | CNBC

Twitter on Wednesday disclosed a new security vulnerability that may have exposed the direct messages of users who access the service using Android devices.
Specifically, the vulnerability could have exposed the private data of Twitter users running devices with Android OS versions 8 and 9, the company said.
“This vulnerability could allow an attacker, through a malicious app installed on your device, to access private Twitter data on your device (like Direct Messages) by working around Android system permissions that protect against this,” the company said in a blog post.
#technology #tech #security #privacy #hacking #Android
 

Corona-Apps im Datenschutz-Check: Android telefoniert nach Hause


Forscher haben europäische Corona-Apps für Android untersucht. Während die meist unauffällig sind, halten die Experten Googles Play-Dienste für problematisch.
Corona-Apps im Datenschutz-Check: Android telefoniert nach Hause
#Android #Apple #Corona-Apps #Datenschutz #Google #Sicherheit #Studie
 

Corona-Apps im Datenschutz-Check: Android telefoniert nach Hause


Forscher haben europäische Corona-Apps für Android untersucht. Während die meist unauffällig sind, halten die Experten Googles Play-Dienste für problematisch.
Corona-Apps im Datenschutz-Check: Android telefoniert nach Hause
#Android #Apple #Corona-Apps #Datenschutz #Google #Sicherheit #Studie
 
Hey, just another stupid opsec reminder for those who need it. If you're in a position where someone might demand you unlock your phone against your will, don't use fingerprint or face-recognition unlock. Require a PIN. That's something they can't easily take from you.

It would be nice if phones would implement duress codes -- if you're forced to enter a code, you could have your phone (a) wipe itself, (b) notify a trusted third party, or both, or some other function. Apparently we're not there yet.

However, Android 9 and 10 have a function called Lockdown Mode which could be used to help in sensitive situations. Lockdown mode turns off fingerprints, face recognition and Smart Lock (keeping it unlocked when around familiar network devices, etc). It also suppresses on-screen notifications.

In Android 9 I believe it's under settings/security, in Android 10 it's under Settings/Display/Lock Screen Display. In mine (Android 10) when enabled it adds an option to the power button. Hold power down, and you can choose Emergency, Lockdown, Power off, Screenshot, or Restart. Useful if you're in a sensitive or tenuous situation. It's only good until your next unlock, though, so this would be annoying for frequent phone-checkers.

I don't know what similar options are offered on Apple phones.

#dc540 #opsec #android
 
Hey, just another stupid opsec reminder for those who need it. If you're in a position where someone might demand you unlock your phone against your will, don't use fingerprint or face-recognition unlock. Require a PIN. That's something they can't easily take from you.

It would be nice if phones would implement duress codes -- if you're forced to enter a code, you could have your phone (a) wipe itself, (b) notify a trusted third party, or both, or some other function. Apparently we're not there yet.

However, Android 9 and 10 have a function called Lockdown Mode which could be used to help in sensitive situations. Lockdown mode turns off fingerprints, face recognition and Smart Lock (keeping it unlocked when around familiar network devices, etc). It also suppresses on-screen notifications.

In Android 9 I believe it's under settings/security, in Android 10 it's under Settings/Display/Lock Screen Display. In mine (Android 10) when enabled it adds an option to the power button. Hold power down, and you can choose Emergency, Lockdown, Power off, Screenshot, or Restart. Useful if you're in a sensitive or tenuous situation. It's only good until your next unlock, though, so this would be annoying for frequent phone-checkers.

I don't know what similar options are offered on Apple phones.

#dc540 #opsec #android
 

More pre-installed malware has been found in budget US smartphones | ZDNet

Pre-installed malware has been discovered on another budget handset connected to Assurance Wireless by Virgin Mobile.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #security #privacy #hacking #malware

https://www.zdnet.com/article/more-pre-installed-malware-has-been-found-in-budget-us-smartphones/

MalwareBytes has the answer:
https://blog.malwarebytes.com/detections/android-trojan-hiddenads/
#MalwareBytes
 
εxodus
The privacy audit platform for Android applications

Exodus Privacy is an Android application. Exodus Privacy application let you know what trackers are embedded in apps installed on your smartphone. It let you also know the permissions required by any apps on your smartphone. It helps you to take your privacy back!

https://reports.exodus-privacy.eu.org/

https://github.com/Exodus-Privacy/exodus-android-app

#privacy #android
 
εxodus
The privacy audit platform for Android applications

Exodus Privacy is an Android application. Exodus Privacy application let you know what trackers are embedded in apps installed on your smartphone. It let you also know the permissions required by any apps on your smartphone. It helps you to take your privacy back!

https://reports.exodus-privacy.eu.org/

https://github.com/Exodus-Privacy/exodus-android-app

#privacy #android
 

Android phones could be hiding ‘undeletable’ malware | TechRadar

A large number Android phones may be storing 'undeletable' files and apps following a number of widespread attacks, security researchers have warned.
A new report from Kaspersky found that many Android devices that had been hit by cybercrime could still be harbouring malicious files or items without the user's knowledge.
#technology #tech #security #privacy #hacking #Android
 
Figure out at what time your phone screen turned on/off.
Figure out at what time you plugged in or removed your phone charger and wired headphones.
Figure out at what time you switched on/off your phone (i.e., it captures the device uptime and ACTION_SHUTDOWN broadcasts).
Access most of your device related information like your phone model, manufacturer etc.
Keep track of your WiFi/Mobile data usage.
Get a list of all the apps installed on your phone.
Construct a 3D visualization of your body movements.

https://github.com/databurn-in/PrivacyBreacher

#PrivacyBreacher #Privacy #android
 
Figure out at what time your phone screen turned on/off.
Figure out at what time you plugged in or removed your phone charger and wired headphones.
Figure out at what time you switched on/off your phone (i.e., it captures the device uptime and ACTION_SHUTDOWN broadcasts).
Access most of your device related information like your phone model, manufacturer etc.
Keep track of your WiFi/Mobile data usage.
Get a list of all the apps installed on your phone.
Construct a 3D visualization of your body movements.

https://github.com/databurn-in/PrivacyBreacher

#PrivacyBreacher #Privacy #android
 
Almost 6 years old, and Fairphone are still pushing the Fairphone 2 by porting Android 9 to it:

https://www.fairphone.com/en/2020/06/18/fairphone-2-gets-android-9

That’s a big proof of longevity here, kudos to you all!

#fairphone #android #ecology
 

Indien sperrt TikTok, WeChat und 57 weitere Apps, die Daten nach China schicken


Indien verbietet 59 Apps, die die Souveränität des Landes bedrohen sollen. Darunter sind mehrere Apps von Baidu und QQ. Der Bann gilt für Android und iOS.
Indien sperrt TikTok, WeChat und 57 weitere Apps, die Daten nach China schicken
#Android #Apps #Baidu #China #Datenschutz #Indien #NationaleSicherheit #Politik #Sicherheit #TikTok #Wechat #iOS
 

Indien sperrt TikTok, WeChat und 57 weitere Apps, die Daten nach China schicken


Indien verbietet 59 Apps, die die Souveränität des Landes bedrohen sollen. Darunter sind mehrere Apps von Baidu und QQ. Der Bann gilt für Android und iOS.
Indien sperrt TikTok, WeChat und 57 weitere Apps, die Daten nach China schicken
#Android #Apps #Baidu #China #Datenschutz #Indien #NationaleSicherheit #Politik #Sicherheit #TikTok #Wechat #iOS
 
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KIT - Privacy Friendly Apps


Many apps, especially free ones, however, request permissions that are not necessary for their functionality. As such, for example, a weather app might request access to one’s contact list, or a QR-code scanner can send private photos to some server.

It is often not clear to the end users, however, whether and when these permissions may lead to privacy violations.

Even if sharing some personal data does not seem dramatic, collecting and analysing much of this data can be abused.


As such, #hackers can use the collected data in order to get more information about you, which can then be used for:
  • Targetted attacks (so-called spear phishing)
  • Influencing one’s buying or voting decisions.
Even if the app developer itself is trustworthy, it can become a target of a hacker #attack, so that all of the collected data becomes compromised.

For list of apps, scroll down the page at this link:
https://secuso.aifb.kit.edu/english/105.php

#Android #apps #privacy #security #information #BigData #free #phishing #voting #buying #SpearPhishing #phones #mobile #OpenSource
 
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KIT - Privacy Friendly Apps


Many apps, especially free ones, however, request permissions that are not necessary for their functionality. As such, for example, a weather app might request access to one’s contact list, or a QR-code scanner can send private photos to some server.

It is often not clear to the end users, however, whether and when these permissions may lead to privacy violations.

Even if sharing some personal data does not seem dramatic, collecting and analysing much of this data can be abused.


As such, #hackers can use the collected data in order to get more information about you, which can then be used for:
  • Targetted attacks (so-called spear phishing)
  • Influencing one’s buying or voting decisions.
Even if the app developer itself is trustworthy, it can become a target of a hacker #attack, so that all of the collected data becomes compromised.

For list of apps, scroll down the page at this link:
https://secuso.aifb.kit.edu/english/105.php

#Android #apps #privacy #security #information #BigData #free #phishing #voting #buying #SpearPhishing #phones #mobile #OpenSource
 
Hi there,

I plan the next big update for my browser. Unfortunately I simplified some strings in the source. So on crowdin there are a few languages to update:

Translate FOSS Browser
https://crowdin.com/project/foss-browser

I hope you can help me. It would be nice to have as many languages translated was possible before I push the update. Thanks for your help, and sorry for changing so many source strings.

Regards
Gaukler Faun

Please reshare!

#help #crowdin #foss #android #openSource
 
#Frage zu Tablets. Unser altes scheint langsam den Geist aufzugeben (Hardware- und Displaymäßig). Nun ist die Frage ob wir etwas neues hertun, theoretisch ist die Auswahl ja riesig. Ich möchte aber kein Gerät von Apple und Google Standard #Android auch nicht, was könnt ihr da empfehlen?
Ich hatte eventuell an #LineageOS gedacht, wobei diese aktuell nur das Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (oder ein altes 2016er Lenovo Tab3), als halbwegs aktuelles Tablet unterstützen.
#SailfishOS ist bei Tablets gerade nicht so der Renner soweit ich weiß.
Eventuell wäre noch das #Pine64 Tablet, aber das ist weder draußen, noch klar wie gut die Software darauf läuft.
 
#Frage zu Tablets. Unser altes scheint langsam den Geist aufzugeben (Hardware- und Displaymäßig). Nun ist die Frage ob wir etwas neues hertun, theoretisch ist die Auswahl ja riesig. Ich möchte aber kein Gerät von Apple und Google Standard #Android auch nicht, was könnt ihr da empfehlen?
Ich hatte eventuell an #LineageOS gedacht, wobei diese aktuell nur das Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (oder ein altes 2016er Lenovo Tab3), als halbwegs aktuelles Tablet unterstützen.
#SailfishOS ist bei Tablets gerade nicht so der Renner soweit ich weiß.
Eventuell wäre noch das #Pine64 Tablet, aber das ist weder draußen, noch klar wie gut die Software darauf läuft.
 

Google Maps update adds new wheelchair-friendly feature - here's how to get it | TechRadar

A new Google Maps update is bringing a feature to aid those in wheelchairs, as it will now list accessible places within the app.
Initially, Accessible Places for Google Maps is gradually rolling out for users in Australia, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States from May 21. Google says support for more countries is on the way, but hasn't provide a timeline or any further details.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #iOS #GIS
 

insporation* nightly builds are here


I created a F-Droid repository with nightly builds for insporation*, the #Flutter based #diaspora* client using the new #API, I've been building.

It still is #Android only and mobile-first for now. Some API routes are still missing or not optimal, leading to some things being slower than necessary. Contributions on all fronts are still welcome :)

This should make it easier if you want to try it out. Note however that you still need a pod running the latest develop branch of diaspora*. If you want an account on diaspora.social as a pod doing so, talk to me :)

Once you have F-Droid installed you can click this link if you're reading this on your device or scan the following QR code to add the repository.

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insporation* nightly builds are here


I created a F-Droid repository with nightly builds for insporation*, the #Flutter based #diaspora* client using the new #API, I've been building.

It still is #Android only and mobile-first for now. Some API routes are still missing or not optimal, leading to some things being slower than necessary. Contributions on all fronts are still welcome :)

This should make it easier if you want to try it out. Note however that you still need a pod running the latest develop branch of diaspora*. If you want an account on diaspora.social as a pod doing so, talk to me :)

Once you have F-Droid installed you can click this link if you're reading this on your device or scan the following QR code to add the repository.

Image/Photo.
 

Meet EventBot, a new Android malware that steals banking passwords and two-factor codes | TechCrunch

Security researchers are sounding the alarm over a newly discovered Android malware that targets banking apps and cryptocurrency wallets.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #malware #hacking #privacy #security
Meet EventBot, a new Android malware that steals banking passwords and two-factor codes
 
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#Fairphone and #efoundation (/e/) just partnered and they are now offering the Fairphone 3 with /e/OS installed: https://e.foundation/product/e-os-fairphone-3/

#privacy #mobile #android
 

Fairphone teams up with /e/OS on a box-fresh ‘deGoogled’ handset | TechCrunch

The Netherlands-based device maker has partnered with France’s /e/OS to offer a “de-Googled” version of its latest handset, running an Android AOSP fork out of the box that’s itself built atop a fork of CyanogenMod (remember them?) — called LineageOS (via Engadget).
#technology #tech #Fairphone #Android #security #privacy
Fairphone teams up with /e/OS on a box-fresh ‘deGoogled’ handset
 

How to Share Screen with Hangouts on iPhone & iPad | OSX Daily

If you’re one of the millions of people using Google Hangouts for group video calls you may appreciate learning how to share your screen with other participants in the video chat.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #Hangouts #VideoConferencing #TeleConferencing
How to Share Screen with Hangouts on iPhone & iPad
 

Google, Apple reveal more details on huge contact tracing initiative | Android Authority

On Friday, April 10, news broke that Google and Apple would team up to provide contact tracing solutions for both Android and iOS operating systems to help in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Limited details were announced initially, though a simplified overview of the system was released to help shed some light on just how these tech giants would build this system into Android and iOS.

Now, Google and Apple have slightly pulled back the curtain on how this system will be implemented and what precautions they’re taking to ensure user data remains safe.
They could have made all this clear up front rather than relying on tech journalists to make the details clear.

#technology #tech #Apple #Google #Android #iOS #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #ContactTracing
Google, Apple reveal more details on huge contact tracing initiative
 

Apple and Google are launching a joint COVID-19 tracing tool for iOS and Android | TechCrunch

Apple and Google’s engineering teams have banded together to create a decentralized contact tracing tool that will help individuals determine whether they have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.

Contact tracing is a useful tool that helps public health authorities track the spread of the disease and inform the potentially exposed so that they can get tested. It does this by identifying and “following up with” people who have come into contact with a COVID-19-affected person.
#technology #tech #Apple #Google #Android #iOS #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus
Apple and Google are launching a joint COVID-19 tracing tool for iOS and Android
 

Delete this VPN now, millions of users warned | TechRadar

Google has removed a popular Android VPN from the Play Store after vulnerabilities were discovered in the service that could allow hackers to redirect users to malicious servers.
SuperVPN - the offending service - has more than 100 million installs and featured among the top five VPN search results in Google’s app store before it was withdrawn.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #internet #vpn
 

Google launches braille keyboard for Android devices | VentureBeat

Google today announced the launch of a virtual braille keyboard for Android that’s designed to enable those with low vision or blindness to type on their phones without additional hardware. The tech giant says it collaborated with braille developers and users to create it, and to ensure it can be used anywhere a user would normally type — including social media, text messaging, and email apps.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #disability
Google launches braille keyboard for Android devices
 

Beware the 'unkillable' Android malware lurking in third-party app stores | TechRadar

Security experts are warning Android users about a particularly nasty strain of malware that's almost impossible to remove.
Researcher Igor Golovin from Kaspersky has written a blog post explaining how the xHelper malware uses a system of nested programs, not unlike a Russian matryoshka doll, that makes it incredibly stubborn.
#technology #tech #Google #Android
 

Google Duo now supports group calls up to 12 people (Google Duodeca?) | Liliputing

Google Duo began its life a few years ago as a simple app for making two-way video calls using your smartphone.
Over time Google added a web client, and support for making group video calls. And now a senior Google official has announced the company is increasing the number of people that can participate in a group call to 12, up from the previous limit of 8.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #GoogleDuo #VideoCalling
Google Duo now supports group calls up to 12 people (Google Duodeca?)
 

Monument Valley 2 is free on Google Play Store right now | Android Authority

Monument Valley is one of the best mobile game franchises out there. It offers mind-bending puzzles that you need to solve by manipulating the architecture in the scenery. The game series has won multiple awards and accolades, and is one of the best Android games of all time.
#entertainment #games #Android
Monument Valley 2, one of the best Android games ever, is free right now
 

Google Translate’s real time transcription feature is out now for Android | The Verge

Google Translate’s new transcription feature, first demoed back in January, is out now for Android users as part of an update to the artificial intelligence-powered mobile app. The feature will allow you to record spoken words in one language and transform them into translated text on your phone, all in real time and without any delay for processing.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #Translate #languages
 

New Android ransomware poses as coronavirus tracking app | Android Authority

We’ve seen loads of coronavirus apps pop up on mobile app stores in recent months, as the pandemic continues to sweep around the world. Google has taken steps to remove the more questionable apps from the Play Store, but it looks like one Android app on the web is actually ransomware.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #ransomeware #hacking #security
New Android ransomware poses as coronavirus tracking app
 

Sensor Tower Secretly Owns Ad Blocker And VPN Apps That Collect User Data


You should use a VPN and an adblocker, right? Well...
Sensor Tower, a popular analytics platform for tech developers and investors, has been secretly collecting data from millions of people who have installed popular VPN and ad-blocking apps for Android and iOS, a BuzzFeed News investigation has found. These apps, which don’t disclose their connection to the company or reveal that they feed user data to Sensor Tower’s products, have more than 35 million downloads.
#technology #tech #VPN #adblocker #SensorTower #Android #iOS
 

Android Moment Pro Camera app to be abandoned | Android Authority

Today, in an email, smartphone lens-maker Moment announced that it will abandon the Android version of the Moment Pro Camera app. The company has spent the past two years developing the professional camera app that integrates well with its line of interchangeable lenses.
Sad news for Android photographers. But...
Going forward, Moment recommends the popular app Filmic Pro as a replacement for the Moment Pro Camera app. However, Filmic Pro is notoriously expensive and doesn’t have full integration with all of Moment’s lenses. While it will be an OK substitute, it won’t be perfect.
FiLMiC Pro is a video app. They must mean FiLMiC Pro FirstLight, which is an excellent app with a fairly inexpensive subscription model, which you don't have to pay for if you don't want the extra 'filters'.

#technology #tech #photography #Android #Moment
Lens-maker Moment will abandon its camera app for Android phones
 

Google advises you to not sideload Android apps on Huawei | 9to5Google

Last May, the US government placed Huawei on an export blacklist that impacted its working relationship with Google. New Android devices from the Chinese company could not be certified to run Gmail, Maps, or the Play Store. Ahead of upcoming Huawei devices, Google has issued a lengthy consumer-facing statement about the situation, as well as an advisory to not sideload its Android apps.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #Huawei
Google advises consumers to not sideload its Android apps on new, uncertified Huawei devices
 

Google to put a muzzle on Android apps accessing location data in the background | ZDNet

Google has announced this week plans to crack down on Android apps that abuse the OS permissions system and request access to user geo-location data when the app is not in use.
Starting with May, the OS maker plans to show warnings in the Play Store backend to all Android app developers about the need to update their apps.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #security #privacy
 

Mozilla launches Android app for Firefox Private Network VPN – here's how to try it | TechRadar

We've known about Mozilla's VPN service for a little while now, and now the company has released an Android app for beta testing.

Mozilla has already released a browser extension for Firefox that provides free access to the service in the US, but apps for Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, Linux and Chromebook are also planned.
#technology #tech #Mozilla #Firefox #VPN #Android
 

Microsoft releases its unified Office app for Android | Engadget

Microsoft has followed through on its promise of a unified Office mobile app -- for some people, anyway. Following months of beta testing, the company has released the all-in-one productivity app for Android phone users. Like before, this lets you edit Excel, PowerPoint and Word documents without having to switch apps. You can also sift through your OneDrive files, scan real-world documents with Office Lens and read QR codes.
#technology #tech #Microsoft #Office #Android
 

Exclusive: China's mobile giants to take on Google's Play store - sources | Reuters

China’s Xiaomi, Huawei Technologies, Oppo and Vivo are joining forces to create a platform for developers outside China to upload apps onto all of their app stores simultaneously, in a move analysts say is meant to challenge the dominance of Google’s Play store.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #PlayStore #Huawei #Xiaomi #Oppo #Vivo
 

How to Get iMessage On an Android Device | Make Tech Easier

Let’s face it; iMessage isn’t coming to your Android device any time in the near or distant future because it’s intended to work exclusively on Apple gadgets.

With the right software, some technical know-how and a bit of patience though, there’s a way to get the iMessage on Android and enjoy the cool features that iOS device users brag about.
It works through one of two apps you install on your Android device and the corresponding Mac program. In other words, you need a Mac of some sort.

#technology #tech #Apple #iMessage #Mac #Android #messaging
 

Google Tangi is a new app for short-form how-to videos | Android Authority

Whether it’s cooking, beauty, or home improvement, YouTube has become the go-to platform over the years for tutorials and other guides. But Google thinks this type of content might require its own home, so it’s launched Tangi.
Tangi is an experimental app borne out of its Area 120 lab, and it hosts short-form video guides and how-to clips.
So, it's like YouTube but with fewer videos. OK... And, presumably, far fewer bad videos and antisocial comments. Ah, OK! But, strangely, at the moment it's iOS only. Hmm... And, so far, there are no tech videos. Hmm!

#technology #tech #Google #Android #Tangi #tutorial #guide
Google’s new app teaches you new things every day
 

Google could add call recording to its Android Phone app | Engadget

Google's Phone app could soon let you not only record calls but transcribe them, according to an APK breakdown from 9to5Google and tests by XDA Developer. The latest version 44 of the app includes code that shows not only the existence of the feature, but how it could be legally implemented. On top of that, another snippet indicates that it might let you transcribe calls, likely using technology similar to Google's existing Recorder transcription app.
This would give Android an advantage over iPhone, on which call recording can only be done via paid third-parties.

#technology #tech #Google #Android #telephony
 

Windows 10 now lets all users make Android phone calls from a PC with Your Phone | TechRadar

The Your Phone app’s ability to make phone calls is now rolling out to all users on Windows 10, following extensive testing of the feature.

Windows testers received the functionality last October, but now everyone is getting it, giving folks the ability not just to text from their desktop PC, but to actually make phone calls with their Android handset.
#technology #tech #Google #Android #Windows #YourPhone
 
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