Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the ... Read More »
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Google is constantly working to make using the Internet on our phone better, and it recently made two big updates that’ll do just that.
If you’ve taken a look at any of the tech blogs recently, you’ve likely seen a multitude of stories talking about the possibility of Android and Chrome OS being folded into one. The rumors have their origins in Google’s ongoing efforts to enable Android apps to ... Read More »
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It’s hard to believe the Google Chromecast is already two years old. Yes, the little dongle that changed the way many of us stream content to our TVs is celebrating its second birthday, and the celebration benefits us all.
To celebrate, Google is offering up a free movie rental to Chromecast owners. Open up ... Read More »
Use WhatsApp on your Android device? Well now you can use it on your computer, too.
WhatsApp Web launched today as a way to communicate with your WhatsApp friends using a web browser. The app is an extension of WhatsApp on your phone, meaning that all of your messages will be routed through ... Read More »
Chrome beta for Android is getting a new update courtesy of Google. The update features a new and easier sign in system that’s much like the desktop version of Chrome. You can now use your Google account to sign in, and it’ll sync everything from bookmarks to history. There is also a multi account selector ... Read More »
What is quite possibly the most important app on your phone is seeing a major update today. Chrome for Android has just reached version number 36, and along with it comes a handful of new features, improvements and security fixes.
Many of you who use Google Chrome beta on your computers have had access to this feature for a while, but it has just now come to the stable version of Google Chrome. Instead of searching by hitting a mic button and speaking, Chrome now listens for the “OK Google” command, much like Google Now on ... Read More »
Google Now for desktops has been a long time coming. It started as a mere rumor, with tidbits of info found in experimental versions of Chrome. Then it graduated to an actual feature that was hidden in flags, away from the eyes of the general public. Now, after going through the Canary and Chrome beta ... 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 »