Google Play Games Services is a service that helps developers with building games that are fully feature on the online side, like achievements, leaderboards, and more. Unfortunately, not all of those features are being used.
Area 120 was created by Google last year, and it allows employees to use their “20 percent time” on approved side projects. Now, a group out of Area 120 has officially launched an app called Uptime. With it, users will be able to connect with friends, find new ones, and ... Read More »
Artificial intelligence (AI) is getting a ton of attention from many companies out there, and now Starbucks is getting in on the fun.
The company has officially announced that it is rolling out “My Starbucks Barista,” which will be embedded within the company’s stock iOS app beginning today. It’s also making its debut as a skill ... Read More »
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Facebook has announced a dedicated app called Events from Facebook for browsing, joining, and managing events. The company claims that over 100 million people use Facebook events daily, so it makes sense to create an app to more easily discover them.
The app allows you to see events your friends are interested in, your liked ... Read More »
When a person switches from iOS to Android, they probably want to take all of their information with them. Investing in an ecosystem makes it tough to switch, but many companies have made this easier. Motorola, HTC, and other phone makers have added iOS import options to the setup screen for years.
Now it’s Google’s ... Read More »
Live Photos, which bring some life to a photo taken by an iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, or an iPhone SE, was a feature Apple introduced with its flagship devices late last year. And as is par for the course for an Apple product, enjoying a Live Photo outside of the Apple ecosystem requires the help ... Read More »
Gboard is a new keyboard meant to combat Google’s mobile search problems. In the suggestive text row above the keyboard on iOS, Gboard adds a button that allows ... Read More »
Reddit is a very popular site, calling itself “the front page of the internet.” Indeed it is, as it’s a collection of news, photos, stories, you name it. And it’s the perfect service to use on mobile (and let’s be honest, the desktop site sucks).
Until now, Android users have had to use third-party apps. ... Read More »
The Samsung Gear S2 may not be powered by Android, but it’s still a pretty excellent smartwatch to use with your Android device. And for those who have an iOS device alongside their Android device (or just own an iOS device in general), the Gear S2 may soon work with your Apple-made ... Read More »
Update: And it will come as a shock to absolutely no one that Apple has promptly shot down this rumor.
File this one under “We’ll believe it when we see it,” but The Telegraph is reporting that they have information from a “senior industry source” indicating that Apple has acquiesced to pressure from European ... Read More »