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 »
I think this is a day we’ve all been anticipating for a long time. With the Nexus 5, Google released the Google Experience Launcher, which allows you to reach Google Now with just a swipe to the right. It also allows you to say “OK Google” at the launcher and start speaking to Google Now without needing ... Read More »
If you’re a fan of the game Titanfall and you own an Xbox One, you’re in luck. EA Mobile today released a mobile app for Android (and iOS and Windows Phone) that not only lets you see various stats and info about Titanfall, but also pairs with the game to show you vital info while ... Read More »
The Amazon Appstore has no shortage of games, and Fire TV owners who plan to use the box for gaming shouldn’t be disappointed. Full-fledged games on mobile devices are still a bit lacking, but today three amazing titles have finally migrated from the Play Store to the Amazon Appstore.
Amazon Appstore users, whether they have ... Read More »
SwiftKey is my all-time favorite Android keyboard and the one that I use 99 percent of the time. It includes support for several languages, but Japanese is one that hasn’t been added quite yet. However, SwiftKey has been working on Japanese support for quite some time, and the fruit of its labor is finally available ... Read More »
As promised, Foursquare’s new Swarm check-in app is now available on Android.
Swarm is the new app that will provide the check-in functionality that’s long been offered by the Foursquare app. The new Swarm app will display where your friends are at, much like Foursquare has for a ... Read More »
The Gmail app for Android has broken a new record on the Play Store. It has reached a monumental 1 billion downloads, and is the first app on the Play Store to do so, not counting Google Play Services. That’s a pretty big deal. It shows just how many Android users are out there, especially ... Read More »
Foursquare has long enabled users to check in to locations and see where their friends are, and more recently it began pushing the discovery aspect of its service as well. Soon Foursquare users won’t be able to do all of that within the same app, though, because the company has Read More »
Many of us cannot live without our Chromecasts anymore. The cheap little dongles changed our lives significantly, allowing us to stream our media from a phone directly to the TV with no extra interfaces or laggy “smart” systems to go through. A press of a button gets your media on the TV. It’s as simple ... Read More »
Pretty much everyone is jumping on the bokeh bandwagon. Camera phones may be impressive in some regards, but they just can’t produce that beautiful bokeh effect that comes from a large aperture lens on a high end camera. Naturally, that is. Of course, the solution is to try to replicate it! HTC, Google, Samsung and ... Read More »