Many of us around here love the work of Chris Lacy. He brought us Action Launcher, a very useful and surprisingly innovative app. Our own Brooks Barnard swears by it. His next app, Link Bubble, is also awesome, but I’ve found it to be less useful by being overly ... Read More »
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For the longest time, you had 15 minutes from the time of purchase to refund an app if you didn’t like it. This means that a large game would often take longer to download than the refund window given, so a refund would no longer be possible through conventional means (emailing the developer or Google ... Read More »
It’s always nice to have a few chargers for your devices. Whether you travel and need an extra to take with you, or you break your main one and can’t be stuck without a charger, it’s great to have the option of owning a few. And with Android, the chargers are always micro USB so ... Read More »
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The lineup of Google Play edition devices grew pretty large at one point, featuring phones from many manufacturers and even a tablet. However, the devices are now falling like flies. Recently we were down to only three phones, with the older devices being removed along with the only tablet. But today, that number goes down ... Read More »
HTC is continuing its push to move Sense 6 apps onto the Play Store. Last time it was the Sense 6 keyboard, an app many people don’t use due to better alternatives. But this time around, the significantly more important clock app has hit ... Read More »
The newest thing for smartphone manufacturers to do is to upload all of their apps onto the Play Store for easy and quick updates, instead of having to wait for a software update that comes only twice in the lifetime of your device. It’s a fantastic method to keep apps secure and full of new ... Read More »
Back at Google I/O, Google introduced us to Android L and its new Material Design UI, which is expected to infiltrate most of Google’s own apps. We’ll likely have to wait until Android L’s public launch this fall before we get a good ... Read More »
Google is updating a lot of its apps lately and adding Android Wear support now that two of the smartwatches have launched. Most apps simply mirror existing functionality at this time and show some extra data on your wrist. However, Google Camera has been updated with some Android Wear functionality that may be a bit more ... Read More »
Chromecast has been a very useful device for many of us. I use mine nearly every day, when it’s feeling kind enough to work without hanging, and absolutely love it. But there is a feature missing that it seems quite a few people want: screen mirroring.
Luckily, the latest update to the Chromecast app makes ... Read More »
Anyone that bought the LG G Watch or Samsung Gear Live may have a few more days before they’re wearing their new toy on their wrist, but right now you can prepare for your wearable’s arrival by downloading one app.
The official Android Wear app Read More »