We’ve seen a few Google app redesigns leak lately, including Calendar and Gmail. I can’t say I love the new looks — in fact, I kinda hate them — but they seem to appeal to quite a few others. Now another ... Read More »
If you’ve never played “The Walking Dead” by Telltale Games, you’re seriously missing out. And if you’ve never heard of it, you’re in for an amazing surprise. The universally-loved video game has finally come to Android after having been available on iOS and other non-mobile platforms.
This isn’t a game in the traditional sense, nor ... Read More »
Every vehicle since 1996 has featured the standardized OBD II diagnostics port, at least here in the US. This port offers amazing functionality that can improve your life as a home mechanic significantly. But other than the mechanic or DIYer, the port didn’t really serve the regular user. The Automatic app aims to change that. ... Read More »
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The Chromecast is already a powerful little device that allows you to stream almost any content to your TV with ease. With all the new apps that allow you to stream local content and all kinds of new content, almost anything you desire can be streamed. But you have to use many different apps to ... Read More »
It’s long been known that Google has been working hard to improve the camera experience on Android devices. The camera app, while absolutely terrible before Ice Cream Sandwich, has been getting better and better with every update. The Gallery app has also been gaining some powerful image editing features. But the photo taking experience is ... Read More »
HTC is taking a page out of Motorola’s book and uploading one of its system apps to the Play Store. The app is HTC Dot View, which allows support for the HTC Dot View case that you’ve probably seen for the all new HTC One. The case has a flip cover style front, but it’s ... Read More »
In my humble opinion, Portal is one of the best games ever to be released. It’s incredibly innovative, fun, funny, fast paced, mind boggling and many other adjectives. I absolutely loved the first game, and it has a very special place in my heart. If you haven’t played it yet, you absolutely have to. And ... Read More »
The Chromecast SDK has been public for quite a while now, and during that time we’ve seen quite a few popular apps gain Chromecast support. The little streaming dongle is getting very popular, and we couldn’t be happier about that. To encourage development, Google has released another Chromecast app to the Play Store (and iOS ... Read More »
With Android having surpassed iOS as the biggest mobile platform, many companies are releasing apps for both Android and iOS. Of course, Apple apps have always been exclusive to iOS, which doesn’t come as a surprise. Apple has tried to keep its ecosystem exclusive, and that’s understandable. But with iTunes profits dropping and services like ... Read More »
Google Keyboard is definitely a competent Android app, but big players like SwiftKey generally tend to overshadow it. That doesn’t mean Google Keyboard is bad, just that SwiftKey is fantastic. Today Google is taking a page from SwiftKey’s book and introducing Personalized Suggestions, though it’s done a little differently in Google’s app.
SwiftKey allows you ... Read More »