Can you imagine a world where we had an app that does it all? An app that can do Facebook, online shopping, and more? Well we do, and it’s our web browser. However, web browsers aren’t all they’re cracked up to be, and it’s not the fault of the browser developers.
If you haven’t been following all the news from Google I/O from yesterday, Google announced an all new messaging app named Allo. Allo is the French word for hello and the app is going to be in addition to messaging apps already available from Google; Hangouts and Messenger. What’s different about Allo is that it’s ... Read More »
Android TV started out a bit rocky, but it’s getting lots of support from hardware manufacturers now. Google has announced that Sony’s 2016 BRAVIA lineup and Sharp’s Net Player will both feature Android TV, adding to the list of hardware that includes it.
Android Auto is an awesome feature, but not everyone has a compatible car. Some new cars are now supporting the feature, but many still aren’t. And if you’re driving an older car, your only hope is installing a very expensive Android Auto head unit, if one even fits in your car.
What if we didn’t have to download every app to use its features? What if there was a single app that encapsulated all services? Well we have that app, and it’s called a web browser. But using mobile sites isn’t always ideal, and keeping an app around just for occasional use is a waste of your ... Read More »
Google unveiled a ton of cool new products and features today at Google I/O, many of them powered by some seriously impressive artificial intelligence going by the name of Google Assistant. Or is it a Google assistant? Err, the Google assistant? Which kinda just seems like Google Now? And while we’re asking questions ... Read More »
Rumors that Google would announce a VR platform based on Android that have been swirling for weeks now have finally come to a head with the announcement of Daydream, Google’s Android-based VR platform.
Daydream is a platform comprised of many parts that come together to provide a complete higher-end VR experience across ... Read More »
Google saw an incredible response to the initial Android N preview, and has been able to finish a huge amount of work on the upcoming release. So much that Google is launching an Android beta program that will deliver certain devices with a stable build of Android N for daily drivers, starting today.