Last year at Google I/O, Google announced a completely new design standard with material design. The Android community quickly fell in love material design, and it wasn’t hard to forget the Holo design of old.
Over the last year, thousands of Android apps have adopted the new standard with beautifully simple ... Read More »
Google I/O 2015 has brought a host of announcements regarding new Android M features and updates to apps we already know and love. Something that was not mentioned during yesterday’s keynote was the auto backup feature that will come with Android M.
Fingerprint readers aren’t new to Android. In fact, the Motorola Atrix 4G was released in early 2011 with a fingerprint reader. Yes, more than four years ago. And there are plenty of Samsung devices with them, along with some HTCs and a few other brands. But native support was never there, it was just baked ... Read More »
The new Google Photos app is now available on Google Play, but if you’re looking to access the service to through photos.google.com, you may need to wait just a little bit longer. The website is available for some users, while others are being to a splash page that asks them to check back ... Read More »
In less than 24 hours, the 2015 Google I/O Keynote will be underway. While the conference is geared towards developers, there’s always a lot of consumer news that’s packed into a two and a half hour keynote. The biggest news will most likely be a sneak peek at Android ... Read More »
Fingerprint authentication has become a most wanted feature for some, adding just another layer of protection for mobile devices. Now, according to a new report, Google will be bringing native support for the security feature in the next version of Android.
According to a report issued by BuzzFeed, Google will be bringing native fingerprint ... Read More »
If you registered for the annual developer event for all things Google last week then you should check your inbox to see if you’ve already gotten the green light as some developers have already received their invites.
Everyone that would like to attend Google I/O, please proceed in an orderly fashion to the registration site. No pushing or shoving, remember that it doesn’t matter when they receive your application as long as you get it in before the site closes on March 19 at 7pm Central Daylight Time.