Google Photos is continuously getting better. Google has just announced a few new features that are sure to please those who use the service. The big one is a card that suggests which photos need to be rotated. You can then tap the photos to rotate them right side up. Sideways photos are definitely a ... Read More »
Do you own a Chromecast? Do you want to get new features before anyone else does? Then the new Chromecast Preview Program is for you.
Google today announced an optional preview program for Chromecasts. This isn’t a beta program, since it’s still stable and ready to use on a daily basis. However, you will see new ... Read More »
Google Chrome for Android is currently being updated to version 53, and it brings a few cool features to the mainstream. The first is Android Pay support, which allows you to pay for things without filling out forms or grabbing your wallet. Now all you’ll need to do is press a ... Read More »
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Qualcomm is the biggest player in the mobile processor game in many regions of the globe. Unfortunately, we Americans don’t get much competition. That means we’re bound to see a lot of the Snapdragon 821, Qualcomm’s new flagship processor, and today the company detailed the improvements it made to the Snapdragon 821 over ... Read More »
Google Maps is one of the best navigation apps, and it’s definitely a favorite for us. The latest update to Maps makes it even better, adding a new feature and improving the swipe protection when driving, making navigation even easier to use.
The toggle is called “Keep map north up,” which will just keep the map ... Read More »
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow has a lot of improvements as it is. In stock form you get great features like Doze mode, customizable permissions, enhanced volume controls, Google Now on Tap, control over external storage, and much more. It’s a really nice update.
Samsung took the liberty of discussing its ... Read More »
For many of us, Gmail is the best email client out there. And ever since the Gmail app for Android was updated with support for other emails, we could keep track of our old emails that are still linked to some services. But with the latest announcements, Yahoo! ... Read More »
Action Launcher has been a favorite app for many of us here at Android and Me, and it continues to get better. The latest update to Action Launcher 3.5 brings in some pretty interesting features, but the biggest one (and potentially most useful) is the Quickbar.
The search bar is a great addition to the ... Read More »
While all Android devices have some form of exposure control in the camera app, it’s always buried in menus. You can’t adjust it on the fly and capture a shot quickly. That’s something the iPhone has over most Android devices (I’m so sorry for writing that sentence). But with the Android 5.1 update, the Samsung ... Read More »
Google is a fantastic app due to the included Google Now functionality, a feature many people have become reliant on. It offers information when you need it often without you having to even ask. And with every update, the app gets better. However, Google engineers usually hide indications of future features in the code, and ... Read More »