About Ashish Mundhra

Ashish Mundhra is a tech blogger from TechPanache and is an enthusiast in the field of technology. A software engineer, he enjoys learning about technological advancements and exploring the gamut of new developments in the field. Once versed with the knowledge, he loves sharing his experiences and experiments with the world.

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How to Manage Permissions of Individual Apps on Android


Have you come across Android apps that ask for unnecessary permissions on your device and make you uncomfortable? A simple puzzle game on Android that needs full access to your Android’s network doesn’t make any sense… right? Well, if you are a non-rooted user, there’s pretty much nothing you can do about it. You can either choose […]

Stream and Play Android Games on Your PC and Much More


Have you ever wondered how Android HD games like Asphalt and Modern Combat would look when you play them on your laptop or desktop screen? Well, if you have a rooted Android device, today is your lucky day. I am going to talk about an amazing app that lets you stream audio and video from your […]

How to Get Pie Controls on Chrome on Android Like the Old Browser

Chrome Pie

I am not sure if you are aware, but before Chrome was made the default browser of Android on Jellybean there used to be an Android browser we all loved. The best part was a hidden feature under Labs with which you could enable Pie controls on the browser and use slide gestures to perform […]

How to Launch Most Used Android Apps From Notification Drawer


Sure, since storage space is less of a concern nowadays, we can load a couple dozen apps on our Android device. However, when it comes to routine usage, we don’t really access each one of them on a regular basis. Truthfully speaking, we just have a handful of apps we use daily. Wouldn’t it be […]

True Dialer for Android Review: A Dialer That Integrates True Caller


A missed call from an unknown number on my droid always leaves me in a state of dilemma. With so many telemarketing calls that come in, I am always reluctant to call back and hence stand the chance of ignoring people calling with genuine reasons. Exactly why I started using the True Caller app, an app that […]

Easily Create GIFs Using Video or YouTube On Android


When compared to video and flash animations, GIF files have quite an advantage. They don’t require any additional plugins to play on a device, are comparatively very small in size, and can be easily transmitted to other devices without worrying about the data transfer rate. And though these GIF images don’t provide extremely smooth transition effects, they […]

How to Get an Adaptive Color-Changing Status Bar on Android


Ever since I installed Xposed on my Android, I started loving it even more. Now I no longer regret my locked Xperia Z bootloader, and the fact that I cannot install a custom ROM with added functionality. With just root access and Xposed modules, I can get all the awesomeness of some of the best custom […]

How to Get Contact Specific Pop Up Notes During Calls


Note taking has usually been an integral part of our lives. Be it paper stickies or note taking apps. We rely on them to remind us about important details at the right time. Now we all know about most of the famous note taking apps out there like the Evernote and Google Keep, which take care of […]

How to Lock Android Apps with a Volume Button Pattern


In the past we have seen many Android apps that can put a password or PIN lock over the other apps on your device. This way, you can provide an additional layer of security for some of your sensitive apps like Messaging, and WhatsApp. There were even features to hide the master app from the app drawer […]

How to Manage Android Startup Items with BootManager


Just like Windows or any other operating system, Android too has to load some files and apps as soon as the phone boots up for smooth functioning. However, with the more apps you install and use on your device, the more likely your boot time will be affected and your free RAM percentage will take […]

Top 2 Hyperlapse Alternatives for Android Users


Time lapse photography has been around for some time now, but making it requires a lot of effort. If you are using a normal DSLR camera, it would take a tripod along with hours of work. And that’s not all, you will have to process these frames on your computer using editing software to get a perfect […]

How to Auto-Unlock Your Android When at Home or in Car


Keeping a secure lock on our smartphones and tablets is a necessary evil. While no one wants unauthorized intrusions on their gadgets, unlocking a device every time you want to do something can be a real challenge. According to a study it’s found that on average, a normal smartphone user unlocks his device as much as 110 […]

How to Save Android Game Data Files to External SD Card (Root Required)


When buying an Android device, if we are getting an external SD card mount facility to hold 32 or more gigs of data, we don’t even look at the internal storage. Well why would you? You can save all your music and videos onto your external SD card and save the internal SD card space […]

How to Get the New Gmail 5.0 Material Design on Android Kitkat

Gmail 5.0

One of the things I love about iOS is its updates. Unlike Android, when Apple has one, it’s across all of its most recent devices. For the not so lucky Android users, it can be months of wait. Most of the time, they have to just live with the older versions. But what’s good is, […]