You'd be surprised how easy it is to accidentally silence a pending Android alarm—or snooze right through it, for that matter.
Find a scenic route, pinpoint the perfect local restaurant, keep an automatic diary of your stay, and more.
Even if you don't pony up $10 a month for Play Music, you can still upload your music collection, create and save "instant" mixes," tweak your equalizer levels, set a sleep timer, and more.
Navigate around your Android device more easily by mastering a few handy touchscreen gestures. You can cycle through Chrome tabs, move the cursor with precision, go 3-D with Maps, launch the camera, and more.
Switching from iOS to Android can mean leaving some things behind. If you're worried about losing features like Find My Friends and iMessage's desktop abilities, these helpful Android apps can bridge the gap.
From iCloud photo sharing to the cursor's tiny magnifying glass, some of iOS's smallest touches are easy to overlook until they're gone.
With the combined power of Nougat and Google Now, you can train your Android phone to know what you want without being asked.
Customize the Mailboxes screen, tinker with iOS 10's mail filter, pick new message-swipe options, and more.
From native gesture typing to the ability to clear your app windows in one tap, there's a slew of useful Android features that iOS is lacking.
Whether you're looking to speed-dial friends, quickly scan documents, or access directions without opening Maps, these widgets will help you get stuff done.
Side-by-side view and 'quick switch' are a couple of the nifty ways Android Nougat supports multitasking.
The new official Reddit app for Android phones and iPhones makes for a better Reddit browsing experience than the full Reddit website, particularly once you know what you’re doing.
Log in to your Google account with a few simple taps on your phone, no password required.
Keep oft-visited sites to yourself, hide the Favorites and tabs bars, pick a new font and background for Reader mode, and more.
Android has taken the Do Not Disturb ball and run with it, adding a series of nifty options—including "rules"—that the iPhone and iPad have yet to match.