Video streaming is a big deal right now, but every different type of streaming has its own service. For shows, we watch Netflix or Hulu. For user content, we watch YouTube. For gaming, we use Twitch. But Verizon is aiming to create a service that encompasses a lot of those categories with a social twist.
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Project Fi is only officially compatible with the Nexus 6, but interestingly enough, it seems to work well on the new Moto X Pure Edition. The devices are similar enough, being fully unlocked Motorola devices with pure Android, so it was worth a try.
Droid-Life tested it out by throwing a Project ... Read More »
Samsung Pay is an upcoming mobile payment service for Samsung devices that aims to replace your physical cards and wallet, something quite a few companies have attempted. And it won’t work if your device is rooted.
ISIS/Softcard did the same thing, not allowing the service to function if the device is rooted. And it ... Read More »
We’ve all heard about YouTube Music Key by now, and it seems pretty cool. It’s a subscription service that allows you to watch music videos on YouTube ad-free, turn off your display while listening and save music offline. Perhaps best of all, though, is that existing Google Play Music subscribers won’t have to do anything ... Read More »
Many of us that are invested in the tech world simply can’t read everything the moment that it’s published. Services like Pocket exist to help us consume all of this content, saving links and articles for later reading. Many of these services offer offline reading support as well.
It looks like Google is working on ... Read More »
We’ll forgive you if you’ve entirely forgotten about Samsung Milk Music. Milk Music is Samsung’s music streaming service that’s only available for some Galaxy devices, previously for free and ad-free. I have expressed my enjoyment for the service, as it’s legitimately pretty nice, but even I forgot about it entirely. However, there are some changes ... Read More »