Remember the days of the Android Market? It was before Google Play took over, and we thought that name was so silly. It worked out great in the end, though, and the Android Market and the early days of Android will always be remembered fondly.
Unfortunately, Google is discontinuing support for the Android ... Read More »
Splitting any bills with friends isn’t always easy. You always have to calculate how much each person owes, sometimes accounting for usage, and then pay the plan owner the exact amount. Project Fi is now making it much easier.
Group Repay allows you to ... Read More »
Earlier this year it was confirmed that Google Play Music would be the default music player for Samsung’s newest flagship phones, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Now, Galaxy S8 owners will get an exclusive feature to go along with their standard music player, as long as they’re subscribing to the ... Read More »
The dedicated Google Now panel lasts saw a major revision way back in 2015, but if a new report is any indicator of what may be coming down the pipe, another big change may be on the way.
As reported by Android Police based on images shared to Reddit, Google ... Read More »
The Pixel Launcher has finally hit the 1,000,000 download mark on the Play Store. However, since it’s exclusive to the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, it seems that Google has now sold a million of the devices.
The Pixel lineup of ... Read More »
It’s no secret that Apple’s A series chips are exceptional performers. Think what you want of the company of walled gardens, but it sure can design a proper processor. Qualcomm, on the other hand, gives us chips like the Snapdragon 808. Snapdragon chips have failed to truly impress for a long while.
Google seems to ... Read More »
Earlier this year a report surfaced that detailed the rumored codenames for Google’s upcoming successors to the Pixel and Pixel XL. According to that report, the Pixel XL’s followup was codenamed “muskie,” but it turns out we may not see that device after all.
Android Police reports ... Read More »
Yesterday’s Android O Developer Preview 3 update brought some goodies with it, like final APIs and confirmation that Android O is Android 8.0, and now another new bit of info has been discovered.
With Android O Developer Preview 3, devices running the ... Read More »
Earlier today, Google officially released the third developer preview for Android O, which included the final APIs for developers as well as some bug fixes.
There is also one big piece of information included with the Developer Preview 3 release: the version number for the upcoming Android O release. According to the software, Android ... Read More »
Near the end of March, Google officially rolled out the first developer preview for Android O, the next big version of its mobile operating system. Now the third DP is rolling out.
Google notes that there are still some issues within Android O Developer Preview 3, including the camera app being slow to ... Read More »