Android 13 review
A small Android update that puts the focus on stability and privacy
The Pixel 3 is the ultimate expression of Android, and proof that AI done right can make your life easier.
MMGuardian has tons of features, but it's undermined by a terrible user interface.
With a flagship-caliber camera, the latest version of Android and great battery life, the Pixel 3a rewrites the rules of what a midrange phone should be.
This affordable Android flagship sports a lightning-fast in-display fingerprint sensor and powerful performance for half the price of its rivals.
With Android 9 Pie, Google has gifted its OS with intelligent features that don't feel like gimmicks and produced a suite of tools to promote a healthy lifestyle.
ESET Parental Control for Android handles web filtering and location tracking well, but there's no call or text monitoring at all.
Screen Time is great at managing kids' smartphone time, but some other parental-control features cost extra.
The Galaxy S10 Plus is one of the best Android phones yet, especially now that it's been discounted.
The OnePlus 7 Pro delivers a gorgeous design, stunning display and powerful performance — all for less than $700.
Motorola's latest midrange offering doubles down on performance and packs a killer display, but so-so battery life and an awkward design hold this phone back.
Asus has put together a formidable rival to the OnePlus 6 in the ZenFone 5Z. But a derivative design and clunky software keep it from being the best.
The Oppo Find X is arguably the most beautiful phone ever, and its stealth camera impresses, but this flagship has some weaknesses.
A low price, easy setup and robust smart-home integration make the Sensibo Sky a sensible addition for your air conditioner.
Asus' latest midrange ZenFone packs four cameras and a powerful processor, but unpolished software keeps it from being our favorite handset under $300.
Here's what I learned by testing Sinemia, a cheaper alternative to MoviePass.
Nokia's best phone in years is a treat that's sure to appeal to budget smartphone buyers. With all the right specs, a great display, sturdy metal build and unrivaled Android One software, the Nokia 6.1 is a sleeper hit that belongs on your radar.
Sony's new Xperia XZ2 is a viable alternative to the assortment of look-alike Android flagships, even if it doesn't necessarily offer the best value.
Nuu Mobile's G3 evokes the looks of the Galaxy S9 for a fraction of the price. But this budget phone is only a fraction as good.
An incredibly bright screen and Android Oreo aren't enough to make Sony's bulky midrange phone worth its steep price tag.
PSafe DFNDR is feature-rich and easy to use, but its malware protection is inconsistent and the free version has too many ads.
Net Nanny offers the best web-filtering features of any parental control program.
This solid program handles the basics of monitoring a child’s mobile phone, but rival services offer more extensive features.
Thanks to a host of improvements and new features, Android Oreo will be a welcome addition to your phone — once the update becomes available to you.
Extensive controls – particularly for app management, text monitoring, and location tracking – make this a great choice for parents who want some control over their child’s mobile activity.
Despite detailed activity logs, Mobile Spy lacks the extensive controls to make it an effective program for managing how your child uses their phone.
This fetal Doppler smartphone accessory can record your baby's heartbeat, but using it takes a bit of patience.
Beats Music brings finely curated playlists and deep personalization to the world of music streaming, complete with a sleek interface and millions of songs.