It seems that something is funky with the way Samsung implemented Lollipop on the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5, at least on AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon. None of those devices worked with Android Auto for whatever reason, seemingly doing nothing when plugged into an Android Auto deck.
Now the Android Auto app has been updated to ... Read More »
Spotlight Stories was a huge part of Motorola’s charm. It’s an app that feature some “stories,” which are basically animated shorts with an interactive twist. To follow the action, you rotate the phone (and yourself) to see everything that’s going on. The stories are beautiful, well made, and often simply adorable.
For those who haven’t ... Read More »
The Nexus Player is a solid choice for a home entertainment hub. Featuring Android TV, you can enjoy plenty of content via many supported apps like Netflix, Hulu, Play Music, and more. And for the occasional streaming, it also supports Google Cast so you can send some videos and music from your ... Read More »
Google has announced a new program called Designed for Families, which allows an app to receive a special designation as being family-friendly. With the influx of technology into children’s lives, many parents are looking to utilize the abilities while still maintaining a safe, secure environment for their children. As such, many parents tend ... Read More »
The Google Play Store is turning three, and as a result Google is celebrating the milestone by launching a pretty big slate of deals for many different digital goods, including movies, apps and music. In total, Google’s offering “hot deals” on 33 different pieces of content.
That includes several apps, like a pair of fitness offerings ... Read More »
The web version of the Google Play Store looks to be getting a small refresh, with a notable change in how similar apps are displayed. The layout is similar to that of the classic YouTube layout, with similar apps listed on the right side of the content. The content that you’re ... Read More »
Minuum is a pretty awesome keyboard replacement that takes word prediction to the next level by offering only one row of keys. All of the letters are condensed on this row and the keyboard will predict what word you want based on the position of your taps. It actually works pretty well, and ... Read More »
In its quest to put every built in app onto the Google Play store, HTC has now uploaded its official Camera app. This will allow HTC to update the app at its own pace instead of waiting for full system updates to release a new version of the app. It also means quicker bug ... Read More »
The new HTC RE camera, yet to be released, is an interesting device. It’s a small camera capable of all sorts of video recording modes. But without a viewfinder, its usability is limited. Luckily, HTC has released a new app to the Play Store that ... Read More »
We all know about Twitter’s token limitations by now. Twitter allows third party apps around 100,000 tokens, and when the limit is reached, the app can no longer accept new users. While we can agree it’s a ridiculous limit, it’s all too real and many great apps have been abandoned because continuing development for them ... Read More »