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TorGuard VPN (for Android) Review & Rating

[ad_1] Most public Wi-Fi networks are not as safe as you think, which is why you should use a virtual private network, or VPN, even on your Android phone. With TorGuard VPN for Android, you can rest assured that all of your mobile web traffic—whether over cellular or Wi-Fi—is secured …

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Golden Frog VyprVPN (for Android) Review & Rating

[ad_1] Everyone should use a virtual private network, or VPN, to secure their internet connection. Golden Frog VyprVPN is a solid option with a good privacy policy and a dependable Android app. It did not, however perform well in our speed tests and its base tier doesn’t offer as many …

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How to Peek Inside Your Photos With Google Lens

[ad_1] Wish you could learn more about the pictures you take? Google Lens can identify the people, places, and things you’ve captured in your photos. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. You’ve taken a photo of an …

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Google’s Find My Device Service Adds Indoor Mapping

[ad_1] The service can now pinpoint approximately where your lost device is located in major buildings for which Google has obtained the floor plans, like airports, stadiums, and malls. November 21, 2018 4:56PM EST November 21, 2018 Finding your lost Android smartphone in a shopping mall or airport will soon …

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IPVanish VPN (for Android) Review & Rating

[ad_1] A virtual private network, or VPN, is an important tool for protecting your privacy online. IPVanish is one worth considering for your Android device, given its solid set of features and good performance in our tests. This VPN service is also reasonably priced and its Android app gave us …

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How to Install Fortnite on Android

[ad_1] Fortnite is now available on a wide range of Android devices. After a brief period of exclusivity on Samsung’s Galaxy line of phones and tablets, including the Galaxy Note 9, the Android beta is now open to many more users. Of course, Fortnite is already available for free on …

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