Google has released some really killer services over the last several years, and some real flops too. Unfortunately, Google Wallet falls into the latter of those categories. Wallet hasn’t grown in quite the way Google would have liked, for a number of reasons, but Google isn’t giving up yet.
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When Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was first detailed, notification actions were one of the best new features. Depending on the app, certain actions could be performed right from the notification window, without ever having to open the app. Surprisingly, the stock Gmail was missing notification actions up until an update released today.
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Want a preview of the next version of Gmail for Android? Ron Amadeo of Android Police obtained a leaked copy of Gmail 4.2 and he put it through the paces to discover several surprises. New features include pinch-to-zoom and the ability to archive or delete emails by swiping them off the screen. Hit ... Read More »
If you happen to own one of the many Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablets, you’re likely (not-so) patiently awaiting the Android 4.0 upgrade to hit your device. Some tablets have already been given the upgrade, but many more are left with Honeycomb, with nary an update in sight.
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Android Police was handed a couple awesome screenshots over the weekend of some widget improvements rumored to be in the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich update. A few of the core Android system widgets (namely Gmail, Email and Calendar) are getting significantly redesigned widgets, inspired by those found in Honeycomb.
Anyone remember the HTC Merge? It turns out that Cellular South is planning on launching the Android 2.2 handset next month for an undisclosed sum. The HTC Merge is essentially a twin to Sprint’s HTC EVO Shift 4G with HTC Sense and a pretty decent slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The one thing that will really stands ... Read More »
How would you like a slick new Android theme for Gmail? Just browser over go gmail.com, go to settings, click themes, and then boom – turn on the Android goodness. Overall I really like the neon green colors as they match perfectly with my Android theme for Chrome.
Backup for your SMS messages
HTML5 and the mobile web are clearly up to the task of building rich and powerful apps.
Helpful to determine if you are chatting with someone on an Android device.