Reading comic books on smaller screens is tough. To make out the text, you often have to zoom in, missing out on the complex layouts and art. Comics should be enjoyed as a whole, and that’s tough when you’re reading them on a phone or small tablet.
Google has come up with a solution based ... Read More »
What’s the point of having a high-quality music streaming service if you can’t stream the music wherever you want? Thankfully, the Tidal apps for Android and iOS have finally been updated to support Google Cast.
From now on, you’ll be able to stream your music to any Google Cast-compatible device, like a Read More »
Remember back when Facebook Messenger was young and it offered an SMS feature? You could have Facebook messaging and texting in one app, floating above your screen using chat heads. Unfortunately, the SMS feature was removed from the app due to low adoption rates.
Thankfully, Facebook is reintroducing the feature, but it’s better this time ... Read More »
If you’re down for testing the latest and greatest apps, Google just gave the Maps app its own official beta version. You’ll have to sign up to test this new beta, and it might be buggy and dysfunctional, so this isn’t for everyone.
The BlackBerry Priv may be a bit slow to get OS updates, but the flexibility of the Play Store allowing companies to update apps rather than the entire operating system has made adding features much easier. BlackBerry has just released a few app updates for the Android-powered device and the additional features are great.
Making mobile apps isn’t always easy, especially when it comes to apps for smartwatches. The regular information-dense mobile app won’t work on a smartwatch, so things have to be done very differently. To help developers, Google has released some Material Design guidelines for making apps for Android Wear.
Google Maps Driving Mode, a feature that has been available to a limited amount of people, allows you to use navigation without actually having a destination. Do you like having your map open to check on traffic and location, but don’t necessarily have a destination in mind? This feature is for you.