If you’re sharing photos online, there’s a good chance you’re using Instagram at least part of the time to do so. If you are, and you like being at the forefront of updates and features, then we’ve got some good news for you. Starting today, Instagram is opening a beta program for Android users ... Read More »
Wednesday evening SwiftKey, the extremely popular 3rd party keyboard, sent out an email to the SwiftKey VIP Community members inviting them to join their new dedicated Google Group for SwiftKey beta testing. Today, they announced and released their latest beta update to version 5.1.
Previously, SwiftKey has used several different methods for distributing the beta ... Read More »
Things with Google Glass have been a bit quiet recently thanks to Android Wear and the Moto 360 stealing the spotlight. However, the smart glasses are still being worked on and awaiting a full release. And thanks to the latest changes to the Terms of Service, we know that ... Read More »
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I know a lot of you are currently rocking the Android L Developer Preview on your devices. Despite it being a dev preview, some have found it to be stable enough to use as a daily driver. However, there are bugs in the build, and I’m sure many ... Read More »
The Razer Nabu is a very interesting take on the smart band. While most manufacturers focus their smart bands on exercise tracking, Razer is trying to create something that will assist you in many other aspects of life. It can show you notifications, ... 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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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 »
For quite a while, the Chromecast was a very limited device. Not many apps supported it, so it was not as easy of a buy as it is now. Still, for only $35 it was a fantastic buy and not overly limited considering what you were paying. But ever since the Chromecast SDK opened up ... Read More »
I was a little bummed when I learned this weekend that iOS would be getting the Pebble appstore first. I was mostly bumming because we were getting one of those “coming soon to Android” stories that we hear all the time which usually means it’s really not that close. However, Pebble did us Android users ... Read More »
One of the really rad features of the Android ecosystem is the opportunity to become a part of developers’ beta communities, most often through Google+. This gives YOU the chance to try out our fantastic app developers’ latest and greatest features and gives YOU an opportunity to make a difference and shape the development of ... Read More »