Nexus 6 update to Android 7.1.1 expected in January


Owners of the Nexus 6 have been watching cautiously to see how long Google is going to continue to support the device now that it is in the window for Google to decide to let it go by the wayside. Those same owners may be particularly tense given the Nexus 6 is currently the oldest device in the stable still getting updates after Google decided to not push out an update to Android 7.0 for the Nexus 5. Some good news surfaced today for Nexus 6 owners as their patience will be rewarded with an update to Android 7.1.1.

Best read-it-later apps


Are you ever in the middle of something, take a quick glance at your phone and see an interesting article or video you want to read or watch? It’s frustrating because you don’t quite have the time to read or watch it, but you also know that you’ll lose the link when you want to go back to it later. Thankfully, the Web (and smartphones) has made it so much easier to handle a situation like this. Now, there’s plenty of browser plugins and smartphone apps that can not only save that content for you for later, but remind you to read or watch it, too!

In this guide, we’re going to show you some of the best apps out there for saving content to read and watch later.

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