Samsung launched their Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge on 14th April 2015. The phones were launched with Android 5.0.2 Lollipop. Now, Android has updated and Google unveiled Android 6.0 Marshmallow with Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, later on they released the AOSP source code. There are now few Android phones running on Android 6.0. Some of the phones are in line to get the update soon. Samsung already started in Korea and now in UK the beta testing earlier of Android 6.0 on Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge and are in line for the public release in January 2016. How to join Android 6.0 beta testing on Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge? If you are interested to join the beta testing and test the update before it releases next year, just follow this post.
Microsoft announced back in November that they are going to reduce the free storage from 15 GB to 5 GB and will stop offering additional 15 GB camera roll bonus. This will be effective from the beginning of next year. However, they are offering existing customers to keep their free storage by opting in before 31 January 2016. If you have got any other bonus storage via different channel, i.e., Samsung offered 100 GB free Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage for two years with Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. You can’t keep that free storage forever, it will stop once the subscription ends.
Samsung released a web browser called Internet for VR optimized for Gear VR. Gear VR is the virtual reality device which gives you 360-degree content and experience. The device was launched earlier. Consumers could only play and watch the amazing videos from local storage, YouTube and other HTML5 videos from the web. Also, they could play games and use a bluetooth game controller, but didn’t have the access to the web with a browser. Today, Samsung launched a web browser in the Oculus Store, it is still in beta version. They will be updating it soon and over the time. [Read more…]
TV lover? Can’t live without TV? You can now stream live TV on any devices you have, such as desktops, laptops, tablets or even with your smartphones. As long as you have internet connection on your device you are good to go. Our devices are getting smarter every year, so does the technology. OfficialTVStream offering high quality live TV streaming on different platforms. [Read more…]
Calling abroad or international numbers are always expensive from a mobile phone or landline. Three UK customers can use their minutes allowances to make free international calls along with their other benefits and free services. There are 50 countries available to call on landlines and mobile numbers. This service is completely free for their Pay Monthly and Pay As You Go customers, uses minutes from your allowances. In this post you will find out all the countries you can make free calls and which countries you can call on mobile from UK.