Tag: Android apps

80% of Android apps are encrypting traffic by default, up from 0% in early 2018

Today, Google revealed some new information pertaining to Android app encryption. According to Google’s data, 80% of Android apps available on the Google Play Store now have network encryption enabled by default. What does that mean? That means that when an app requests or sends information from your phone over a network, all that information […]

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Adobe Photoshop Camera app brings real-time ‘Photoshop-grade magic’ to Android

Adobe Adobe already does a great job with mobile image editing apps like Lightroom and Photoshop Express. Now, the company is adding one more Android photo editing and camera app to its creativity suite. Called Adobe Photoshop Camera, the app uses AI to enable real-time photo editing. The Adobe Photoshop Camera app is built on […]

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Google wants a piece of TikTok’s pie, and purchasing Firework could take it

With more than one billion active users, TikTok is one of the fastest-growing social networks in history. Google sees that success and wants a piece of the pie. That’s why, according to The Washington Journal, Google is considering acquiring Firework, a US-based video sharing platform. Firework is currently a part of a suite of apps […]

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