FlexyCore has been around for five whole years so far, creating an app called DroidBooster dedicated to making your Android phone run faster without draining your battery. Now suddenly, DroidBooster is gone from the Play Store. That’s because Google has purchased the company in full for $23.1 million and has integrated the team into its ... Read More »
Every Android site that you’ve seen over the past few weeks has probably been screaming “ZOMG NEXUS 5 LEAK” to the point that you want to pound your head into the wall. But tonight brings us the mother of all leaks/rumors/halfway officialness. The Nexus 5 just showed up in the Google Play Store under the ... Read More »
Android has some fantastic independent app developers out there that are putting out some amazing apps. One of the really cool features of the Android ecosystem is the opportunity to become a part of developers’ beta communities most often through Google+. This gives YOU the chance to try out our fantastic app developers’ latest and ... Read More »
Most Tweeted This Week
Google’s ads as of late have been absolutely fantastic, being both adorable and exemplary of why their products are truly useful in your life. Most of these ads focus on the brilliance of Google Now, which knows what you want and gives you the information when you need it. And with the release of a ... Read More »
The look, form and feel of a mobile device is a big deal. It’s often the subject of huge criticism; a very polarizing subject. We’ve all seen Apple or even HTC campaigns attacking the use of “cheap plastic,” obviously aimed at Samsung. HTC has been applauded for their aluminum unibody design with their Read More »
There has been almost no information on the Google smartwatch recently. It’s been shrouded in mystery with no sign of even existing. And while there is still absolutely no solid proof of the existence of this mythical smartwatch, a rumor has given an announcement date and the codename of the device.
The smarwatch is codenamed ... Read More »
Android has an easy method of local file and info sharing, and that’s Android Beam. Using NFC, you can transfer small bits of info like links and contacts to other NFC-enabled phones. Plus, you can send photos and other large media via a connection started by NFC. Most Android phones these days have NFC, but ... Read More »
The Nexus 5 has been an elusive device, but people have managed to get a bit of information on it. The first real photo of the LG device showed up in the Kit Kat statue unveiling video made by Google itself. Someone was holding it, showing the back of the phone with a large camera ... Read More »
Sundar Pichai took to Google+ just a few minutes ago and revealed a big milestone, along with the apparently well-kept secret that is the name for the next version of Android.
A little over two years ago now, in the summer of 2011, there was balance in the smartphone industry.
Two of the biggest companies selling phones at the time took an integrated approach to their user experience. Apple, who was still growing at a seemingly unstoppable rate, and RIM, whose days were starting to look ... Read More »