Google has introduced another payment app called Tez. And before people start crying foul comparing this to Google’s numerous chat apps, this isn’t quite the same. This app is meant strictly for the Indian market.
Tez is built on India’s Unified Payment Interface standard and aims to replace cash in a country where ... Read More »
This is a change some of you might have already seen. The feature has slowly been rolling out to a select group of people, and now Google has made it official. The mobile YouTube app has received a new interface, moving the tabs to the bottom for ... Read More »
If you’re in the mood for a quick and simple game, rather than hitting up the Play Store give Google Search a try. The company has added both Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe to search, both on desktop and in the mobile Google Search app.
If you want to play either, just search “solitaire” or “tic tac toe” and ... Read More »
Making mobile apps isn’t always easy, especially when it comes to apps for smartwatches. The regular information-dense mobile app won’t work on a smartwatch, so things have to be done very differently. To help developers, Google has released some Material Design guidelines for making apps for Android Wear.
There are plenty of console and PC video games that make the transition into mobile apps in some form. We’ve seen companion apps, somewhat related games made for mobile (Fallout Shelter comes to mind), and even full spinoffs like Call of Duty. And in some ... Read More »
Mobile security has been a huge issue for Android, at least if you believe the mainstream media. You’ll often hear about how insecure and dangerous Android is because anyone can post apps on the Play Store and there is no selection process, a la Apple’s App Store. You’ll hear that a lot. However, as many ... Read More »
It looks like we’ve got another reason to look forward to summer.
Hulu announced today that starting this summer, it will begin allowing mobile users to stream a selection of ad-supported TV episodes for free. Users are currently only allowed to stream content for free on a desktop computer.
comScore has released their November 2011 U.S. Mobile Subscriber market share report, which reports key trends from the three months ending November 30, 2011. The Android and iOS platforms were the only platforms to grow from the quarter ending August 31, 2011 (with 3.1% and 1.4% growth respectively), with Blackberry (-3.1%), Windows Phone (-0.5%), ... Read More »
The life of a smartphone manufacturer is not an easy one. In order to be successful, you need a laundry list of elements to fall in place at just the right times. You don’t just need a familiar name or killer hardware anymore. Manufacturers and developers should be able to create an entire ecosystem surrounding ... Read More »
The Complaint Department is once again open after a brief hiatus! This week, targets are locked on mobile cloud computing. The quantity and variety of things being stored in the cloud is increasing, but carriers are continually decreasing the amount of bandwidth mobile users are able to consume. The end result will be a system ... Read More »