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updated January 19, 2020
Posted January 16, 2020 by

How to Manage Labels Easily in Gmail for Android

Gmail labels organize your email content. They function much like a family name does: with the name of the label, you can quickly identify which kind of email it is that you will find within that label. Gmail is built to make the overall email-messaging experience as customizable as possible. Part of this process is Gmail’s custom labels. You can create your own labels, manage them…and even set color schemes for labels according to your choice! Figuring out label features through the desktop version of Gmail isn’t as confusing as it can be on Gmail for Android. So keep on reading to learn how to manage labels easily in Gmail for Android.

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Posted January 14, 2020 by

How to Set Out Of Office Autoreply in Gmail for Android

Setting up an out of office autoreply in Gmail means that if you are unable to respond to urgent messages, Gmail will automatically let your contacts know that. This beneficial Gmail feature comes in handy for times when you’re travelling, have fallen ill, or face unexpected emergencies. In all such situations, essentially, you are away from your Gmail account and cannot respond to urgent messages instantly. It is better to let others know when you’ll be getting back to them, rather than keeping them hanging. So, get to know how to set out of office autoreply in Gmail for Android to let a contact know, as soon as they’ve messaged, that you aren’t available to respond right away.

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Posted January 13, 2020 by

Uber for Android App: How to Add and/or Change Payment Method

Uber has made everyone’s lives easier since its inception back in March 2006. Shortly after its launch, it introduced multiple payment methods. You don’t have to worry about not having exact amount of cash for your fare anymore. Running low on cash? Simple pay through your credit card. A third option also exists: Google pay, or better known as G-pay. It enables Android users to make online payments via their Android phones, tablets and even Android watches! Keep on reading to find out how to add and/or change your method of payment on Uber for Android app in 10 easy steps.

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Posted January 8, 2020 by

How to Restrict Someone on Instagram

The restrict feature on Instagram was first announced in early July 2019. In October 2019, Instagram rolled out the feature as part of the whole blocking feature. It has surely made Instagram users’ lives easier. It practically lets you shadow ban your bullies on Instagram, to put it directly. The restrict feature is fundamentally a precautionary tool that users on Instagram can use to prevent abusive comments from showing up, offensive profiles to send messages to another user, so on and so forth. The level of bullying has been reported as “constant” by Instagram-using teenagers worldwide. Therefore, it only seems fair that the company introduced such a beneficial feature. Continue Reading

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Posted January 5, 2020 by

Setting Up Emergency Information in Android 9

Setting up emergency information – such as emergency contacts, your medical information and the like – in your device is very helpful. If you find yourself in a mishap and are unable to communicate to someone else what you are going through, someone else can come to the rescue and do it for you. All they will need is your device. Emergency information will provide strangers everything they need to know about you (medically speaking), such as whom to contact, which medicines you’re on and so forth. Keep on reading to find out to use this beneficial feature by setting up emergency information in Android 9.

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Posted January 3, 2020 by

How to Set Gestures on Android 9

“Gestures” are simply shortcuts that you can turn on or off in your Android device. Turning these features on or off let’s you make the best out of those features in an easy way. Gestures make features not only accessible, but your device safer, too. Android incorporated multiple gestures in its OS, and for what it is worth, it might include some more later on. Who knows! Initially, gestures for Android Nougat were not available on all types of smartphones. But, after few updates to Nougat, the gestures work efficiently across most Android devices. Read on to find out how to set gestures in Android 9 (Nougat).

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Posted January 2, 2020 by

How to Customize Tiles Bar in Android

When things are at the tip of your fingers, everything becomes easy. Therefore, Android OS has made it super convenient for its users to customize the tiles bar on their device. Features you use every day, called ’tiles,’ are present here, such as WiFi, location, mobile data and torch, etc. Because of this, users can simply customize them from the tiles bar appearing on a screen’s top drop-down menu. So, keep on reading to find out how you can easily customize the tiles bar in Android Nougat (version 9).

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Posted January 2, 2020 by

How to Customize Google on Android Phone for Feed Notifications

Not android phone comes without a Google Search app. This app makes google search quick and easy. All you have to do is swipe left from the home page of the android phone. Or you can simply click on the app and search. This tech-recipe is about Customizing Google on Android Phone for Feed Notifications

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Posted January 1, 2020 by

How to Add a Custom Lock Screen Message on Your Android

Adding a text of your own choice on your device’s lock screen is very beneficial. For example, you can add your name, emergency contact and/or address, etc, in case you lose your device in a mishap. You could add quotes and the likes, to make you get out of bed each day and live your life to its fullest. If you have trouble getting motivated, that’s okay too; for you can even add lyrics on your lock screen from your favorite music. Therefore, adding messages to your lock screen is one of Android’s best features. Keep reading to find out how you can add a custom lock screen message on your Android (Nougat).

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Posted January 1, 2020 by

Give Your Android A New Look by Enabling Hidden Dark Theme (Nougat)

From KitKat to Marshmallow and now Nougat, Android has come a long, long way. Nougat is Android’s 7th main version but the 14th overall Android version in the Android operating system marathon. The first ‘alpha’ version of Nougat was released back in March 2016. Its official version, however, was not released until later, in August 2016. Nexus devices were the first ones to receive the update. But now, you can upgrade any Android device to Nougat. With a pack of interesting and exciting features, give your Android device a new look by enabling the hidden dark theme (Nougat).

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Posted December 30, 2019 by

How to Scan Documents Without a Scanner

Imagine you’re home and there’s an urgent email from your work and they need some documents. Now you have the documents in hard copy form. It would be difficult for you to head to a photocopier and scan the documents. Chances are you might end up with a virus in your USB and before you are back, your scanned documents are gone. This Tech-recipe will guide you into doing all this in the comfort of your room. Continue Reading

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