Spotted in a new alpha build of Twitter for Android, it appears Twitter is testing a new feature that would enable a darker night mode for the app that makes night tweeting a little easier on the eyes.
While not much is known about the night mode being tested at this time, Android does allow ... Read More »
Sony’s Stamina mode was a feature in older software builds that served as a battery saving mode. It shut off many different processes and features to preserve your precious battery life. Unfortunately, with Google including Doze mode in Marshmallow, Sony had to remove the feature so it wouldn’t interfere.
The company promised that the feature ... Read More »
BBM for Android is a chat service brought over from the BlackBerry OS of the past, even more important now that the company has its own Android device on the market. And with the latest update, a beta version of video chat is now available.
The video chat feature is intended to work between iOS ... Read More »
We recently heard about Google asking for testers for a new travel app, and now we get to take a look at it. The app is called Google Trips and it’s all about trip planning and information.
The test participants who were ... Read More »
SwiftKey is getting another huge update, the biggest since the SwiftKey 5 update last year that made the keyboard free. It may not be as big as that, but it’s still pretty significant.
The biggest change is the addition of double word predictions. The keyboard is now able to predict two words ... Read More »
Want to try the latest and greatest Google has to offer for Android before anyone else? Or at least, before the general public? Then sign up for the Google app beta today.
Google has just opened signups for beta testers of its “Google app,” the app that houses the company’s Now Launcher, Now ... Read More »
Better late than never, right? While Microsoft had initially been aiming for a late June launch, and then announced Cortana would be making an appearance in beta form for Android sometime by the end of July, both of those launch windows were missed.
But now Microsoft is back, and it’s actually bringing with ... Read More »
There are thousands of launchers for Android, many of which are the same old recycled designs with nothing unique to add to the mix. Some are very unique. You could even say too unique, because they cease to be functional. And of course, there are a few gems that we all love and use every ... Read More »
Microsoft Hyperlapse came to Android in beta form about two months ago, so the experience was limited to people who managed to join the beta. Plus, betas don’t always work perfectly and have bugs. But now, you can download the final version of Hyperlapse on your Android phone!
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I’ve been using SwiftKey for ages and have converted many to the keyboard due to its great predictive engine and many features. But the company is releasing a new keyboard in beta today, and it’s aimed at simplifying the typing experience and letting you focus on what you’re typing. No, it’s not some new and ... Read More »