It’s nearing the end of 2014. Android is dominating the smartphone market and common folk actually know what Android is. Developers are creating apps for both Android and iOS, just like it should be. But apparently, no one told Rovio this. The company is releasing Angry Birds Transformers for iOS with a 15-day exclusivity period.
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Now that more and more Android Wear devices are launching, companies are starting to support the wearable operating system. A surprising one is Microsoft, who just released the OneNote app for Android Wear. Once installed, it’ll let you dictate notes and immediately save them to your Quick Notes.
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The separation of app and manufacturer continues, as HTC has just made its proprietary lock screen application, what has become so prevalent on their One-branded devices, available in the Google Play Store for download.
This isn’t the first application from HTC that has been injected into the Play Store for other, Sense-enabled devices to take ... Read More »
Samsung’s Gear VR headset is a very ambitious accessory and shows that the company is still capable of innovation and awesome products. But hardware like this can’t succeed without good software to back it up, so Samsung has partnered with ... Read More »
There have been a few Google services that have been downloaded over a billion times, but with the apps being pre-installed on all Google approved Android devices, it makes sense that they would get there first. But many Google apps still haven’t reached that point, and a third party app has overtaken them to the ... Read More »
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 »
The new app Attopedia brings the information of Wikipedia to your Android Wear smartwatch, letting you learn new stuff without taking out your phone. You may be thinking to yourself, “Why read Wikipedia on such a tiny screen? It’ll be a poor experience!” You have a point, but this app ... 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 »
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 »