While Google has made commendable efforts to supercharge text selection on Android with more contextually aware features, there’s still a lot you can add with third-party apps. Here are seven apps that make selecting text even better on Android. 1. Multi Copy Say you’re looking to copy multiple excerpts from a lengthy page. Normally, you

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Android 9 Pie brings some major changes to navigation for the first time in years. Instead of the standard Back, Home, and Recent buttons, most of the navigation now comes through gestures (similar to the iPhone X). If you’ve just upgraded to Pie or got a new phone with it, you might feel lost. We’re

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Android 9 Pie brings some major changes to navigation for the first time in years. Instead of the standard Back, Home, and Recent buttons, most of the navigation now comes through gestures (similar to the iPhone X). If you’ve just upgraded to Pie or got a new phone with it, you might feel lost. We’re

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Who doesn’t love free music? The chiptune and demo scene that accompanied the rise of the home computer in the 80s and 90s spawned a vibrant community of bedroom producers and what essentially become a new genre of modern music. Thanks to the wonders of hardware emulation, we can now enjoy original chiptune on just

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Every day, your phone accumulates pictures from all over. Memes from friends on messaging apps, personal memories you clicked, screenshots to stir up conversations on social media, and similar are probably taking up tons of space on your device. Managing hundreds of these files can be a cumbersome task. Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be

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The world’s most popular 100-player PVP battle royale is coming to Android at long last. That’s right: you can finally play Fortnite on your Android device. Time to rejoice, grab your mats, and get ready to ride the storm. That is until you realize that Fortnite isn’t available on the official Google Play Store. Fortnite

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