Google recently announced a discount on the Pixel C tablet for developers. With the release of the Android N Developer Preview, Google wanted to give developers a chance to test their apps on the new version of Android ahead of ... Read More »
Head of Android Hiroshi Lockheimer put up a post on Medium talking about the new Android N preview, and there are some interesting tidbits. He speaks about how far Android has come for developers, and where Android N will be improving.
The biggest improvement is obvious, ... Read More »
Many people have rooted to change the DPI settings and get more to fit on their displays. Some phones are guilty of having everything too big on the screen, wasting precious screen real estate. But with the Android N Developer Preview that just launched, you’re ... Read More »
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Google released a new preview build of Android 6.0 Marshmallow just two days ago, but it seems something was forgotten or left unfixed. Now Google has posted new image files for the Marshmallow preview, bumping the build from MPA44G to MPA44I.
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With the switch to Lollipop and Material Design, Android suddenly became whitewashed. All the menus were light-colored and bright, something a lot of people didn’t appreciate. I’m one of them, and I still haven’t really grown to like the white menus used in Lollipop (and TouchWiz for the last year). Read More »
Last year, Microsoft launched an app called Office Lens to make Windows Phones portable scanners. Now the company is bringing the portable scanning frenzy to Android, albeit in a preview mode for now.
On Thursday, April 2, Microsoft officially unveiled Office Lens for Android and confirmed the app will have a public launch within the ... Read More »
I’m not sure where he got this, but Christopher Meinck of Everything Android posted a quick hands-on preview of what he is calling the new Twitter 2.0 for Android. This latest, unreleased update appears to focus on refining the UI and we think it looks pretty slick.
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As we (and basically everyone else out there) have already reported, the TweetDeck for Android beta is now available for your downloading pleasure. This version (0.9.1) is slightly different than the 0.9 version that was leaked yesterday, so if you’ve already downloaded 0.9, you might want to uninstall and head over to Read More »
The guys from Bendroid are back again and have shared with us another one of their upcoming games. Hancat(think Hancock) is a super cat simulation game where you must save the day. Bendroid has been turning out some great 3D games and Hancat will follow that pattern.
There will be five different ... Read More »