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 »
If you’re a Nexus owner, you probably know that you can check out Android L in its testing stage by flashing a beta. However, you also know that it’s buggy and unfinished, like betas usually are. There are many things that are simply incomplete about the software, ... Read More »
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Android Wear smart watches will undoubtedly become popular. But how will you use them to perform basic actions that require typing? Well, the most logical way would be voice actions, but they’re not always convenient. Whether it’s noisy, or you’re in an environment where it would be rude to speak to your watch, voice typing ... Read More »
Jolla Sailfish OS is definitely an interesting operating system, and I must say, some of the features are quite nice. Of course, it’s not enough to leave Android for most of us. But we might be getting the best of both worlds eventually, as Jolla is planning to release a launcher based on the Sailfish ... Read More »
Sonic Dash is yet another endless runner, though that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. But to encourage more people to start playing it, Sega has added a new character that we are sure to love. Bugdroid is now a playable character in the game, with his cute floppy arms and all. I won’t lie, I ... Read More »
Samsung Accelerator, a part of Samsung, has released a new launcher for Android devices called Terrain Home. Unlike most of Samsung’s work, this launcher is actually pretty basic in terms of styling. It’s holo-esque and follows some Android design guidelines, like the new refresh animation found in Google Now. But it has a pretty unique ... Read More »
Are you excited for Google I/O? I can’t imagine you not being excited. The event is coming up soon, and those who are going will need some way of finding all the different conferences for specific topics. And just like every year, Google has released the official Google I/O 2014 app to the Play Store ... Read More »
It looks like Nova Launcher isn’t alone in its new “OK Google” hotword detection! Chris Lacy, developer of apps like as Action Launcher and Link Bubble, has announced that the latest beta of Action Launcher includes in this much-requested feature and much more.
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The YouTube app has long had an ambiguous “HD” button for videos. (We don’t know if HD means 720p or 1080p, but it’s very likely it was 720p). And there was no way to select anything else–just HD on or off. This changes with the latest update to the YouTube app
Now you can select between ... Read More »