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Android smartphone users started complaining yesterday about a new YouTube design. Redditor Hobbang819 complained when they opened YouTube they could “only browse through one-and-a-half videos at a time.” The Redditor further complained that they could only swipe “right on the places between the video frames.” Plus, their YouTube subscriptions page showed everything but their subscriptions. Take a look at their screenshots below. As Redditor 4Ward NL pointed out, the YouTube design is but one of…

Fans of Instapaper and Reeder rejoice: Reeder 3.0 is out. Reeder, a $4.99 iPhone and iPad news reader app that packages your favorite online written media, now, among other updates, loads posts saved on the popular article bookmarking app, Instapaper. To run the new version, you’lll need iOS 9 or above. Reeder organizes articles from selected websites chronologically, so you can keep up with blogs and news sites. The news reader app can already sync with…

Rumors and leaks about the Samsung S7 and S7 Edge are abound. So, we put them together in a nifty list. Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge could bring back microSD support According to Italian HDBlog.it’s “trusted sources,” Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge models will be released next year with a 5.2-inch flat display and 5.7-inch curved display, respectively. More interestingly, these unverified sources claim Samsung will bring back the microSD card. The latest…

Smartphones from China may be more durable than you think. Chinese smartphone manufacturer Bluboo has uploaded a YouTube video showing their XTouch smartphone being dropped from 20 feet and remaining seemingly unscathed. https://youtu.be/_aMzMlrrhHU In an older video, Bluboo dropped the smartphone multiple times from one to five feet, proving the handset was capable of taking a beating with only minor scratches on the edges of the screen to show for it. Now, in a follow-up video,…

Earlier this year, Koobe, a Chinese handset maker, started a crowdfunding campaign for an official Pepsi phone. The campaign has now come full circle. Today, more than a month after Pepsi confirmed they were building a smartphone, the handset has been revealed. The Pepsi smartphone is actually just a dressed up Koobe H7, a 5.5-inch 1080p display smartphone on 2.5D curved glass with a 1.7GHz octa-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage and dual SIM support.…