Has the age of proprietary apps on the Play Store begun? We sure hope so, because Motorola has had a lot of success with this method of app distribution. Instead of waiting to release a full system update to a device to update a core app, Motorola started uploading core apps to the Play Store ... Read More »
Dropbox is a great platform for preserving photos, with automatic photo uploads and a great desktop client that downloads all the photos automatically. But with the default app, finding the photo you’re looking for is very difficult. A long list with tiny thumbnails isn’t all that useful, so Dropbox has taken it upon itself to ... Read More »
In my opinion, Motorola’s gallery app is the best on any Android device. It’s fast, easy to use, and throws you into the camera roll immediately instead of having to choose an album. However, some people might not like that last feature despite me finding it incredibly useful. Well Motorola updates many of its apps ... Read More »
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Motorola has been on top of updating the core apps on its new devices. Instead of resorting to system updates, which would have to be tested by both Motorola and the carriers, the company is releasing its apps on the Play Store for anyone who owns the device to update freely and quickly. This makes ... Read More »
The Nexus 5 launched with KitKat, which brought many improvements to Android. One of the improvements was an upgraded, powerful photo editor in the Gallery app. But strangely, the Nexus 5 launched with two Gallery apps: the stock Gallery and the Google+ Photos app. The Photos app offers editing as well, but it’s nowhere near ... Read More »
HTC has been pushing out phones with large displays ever since the HTC HD2 hit the market three years ago. Since then a lot of things have changed within the mobile industry, but HTC still thinks that there’s huge consumer appetite for smartphones with even larger displays. Enter the HTC Droid DNA. The phone’s full ... Read More »
Over the past year, Samsung has pushed its way to the top, becoming the most dominant force in the Android marketplace. While HTC, Motorola, Sony and LG struggle to maintain or gain market share, Samsung’s been busy creating a whole new category of phones that make even the Samsung Galaxy S III feel and look small. Last year, ... Read More »
Leaked images of the rumored Sony Xperia Yuga are making their way across the web today, highlighting the handset’s minimalism design that takes a few cues from the recently launched Xperia T. The Sony Xperia Yuga is said to be running a 1.5 Ghz quad-core processor (most likely a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro) with 2GB of ... Read More »
It has been awhile since we heard any rumors surrounding a new tablet from HTC, but it looks like we should be seeing more soon according to some new leaked pictures. Tonight a previously dormant Twitter account posted a series of pictures that show an unknown HTC tablet.
No details were provided, but we can ... Read More »
In the battle to steal Android tablet market and mind share from Samsung, it would be hard to argue against ASUS as the most formidable combatant.