• Parellelz brings a new approach to seamlessly convert native mobile apps to websites

    9 days ago - By TechCrunch

    Over the last few years, developers and authorities have questioned Apple and Google's power over app distribution on mobile operating systems. If you have an Android app, there's a chance that you can use alternative app stores like the Amazon app store. But if you have an iOS app, you have no option but to go through Apple's App Store.
    But a startup called Parellelz has another solution: convert your native app to a web app without loss of quality and increase its visibility through web distribution. For that, the company is planning to offer a unique set of tools that could convert a...
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  • Google has killed Android Auto for phone screens

    Google has killed Android Auto for phone screens

    9 days ago - By AndroidPhoneFans

    One of the cool features of Android Auto compared to other platforms like CarPlay is that even if you didn't have a head unit in your car that supports Android Auto, you could always use it to some extent on your Android's phone screen, allowing it to sort of mimic a head unit. Unfortunately, it looks like that will no longer be possible. This is according to various user reports in which users are claiming that when they try to launch Android Auto on their phones, they are greeted by a message saying, “Android Auto is now only available for car screens”. Now, to be fair, Google had...
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  • Why this upcoming Android phone is everything the iPhone isn't, and will turn Apple users' heads

    Why this upcoming Android phone is everything the iPhone isn't, and will turn Apple users' heads

    9 days ago - By Phone Arena

    This will be the most anti-Apple smartphone in 2022!
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  • Apple, Android phones targeted by Italian spyware: Google

    9 days ago - By Phys.org

    An Italy-based firm's hacking tools were used to spy on Apple and Android smartphones in Italy and Kazakhstan, Google said Thursday, casting a light on a "flourishing" spyware industry.
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