Ever since Google on Tap made its debut, updates with new additions to the software have been few-and-far-between, but it looks like Android 6.0 users should start to expect some new elements.
An updated version of the service is now beginning to roll out, which features a few key changes. First and foremost, there is ... Read More »
Google is no stranger to jokes. The company released a new version of the Android N dev preview today and it has a new Easter egg which shows off Android N’s new name…
But of course, it’s just a joke on recent ... Read More »
Google has been steadily releasing the developer previews for Android N, the next major update to the mobile operating system, for a few months now. Now, as we inexorably move towards Google revealing the name for the next version of Android, the company has released the latest preview for the software.
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Users have been reporting a pretty significant memory leak in Android 6.0 Marshmallow since late last year. Memory leaks are nothing new to Android, nor are they too difficult to take care of. But they can get annoying when apps start closing themselves when you leave them for mere moments.
The good news is that ... Read More »
Apps have come a long way, and now they’re even aware of where you are, as long as you’ve provided the necessary permissions. Most of those apps in the Play Store can even add to an experience, like giving you an audio tour of a museum that you’re walking around in. Google is rolling out ... Read More »
When Google launched its own wireless service last year, Project Fi had two wireless partners: Sprint and T-Mobile. Now another carrier is joining the partner list.
Google has officially announced that U.S. Cellular, one of the United States’ largest regional carriers, is now a Project Fi partner. As Google points out, U.S. Cellular ... Read More »
Some expected Google to announce the name of Android N at this year’s I/O conference, that didn’t end up being the case. Google admitted that they’d had a hard time deciding what to name Android N, and so they decided to go a different route. Instead of buckling down and naming it on their own, they opened up ... Read More »
We hope you haven’t forgotten about Father’s Day. It’s June 19th and you have less than two weeks to pick up a gift for the father figure in your life! Google has your back, though, as the Google Store has put up a post for the upcoming holiday with some deals and suggestions.
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Live Photos, which bring some life to a photo taken by an iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, or an iPhone SE, was a feature Apple introduced with its flagship devices late last year. And as is par for the course for an Apple product, enjoying a Live Photo outside of the Apple ecosystem requires the help ... Read More »