Visual voicemail is a long missing standard in the smartphone world. Voicemail is an annoying, antiquated system that needs to die already. Visual voicemail allows you to listen to voicemails by selecting individual messages instead of waiting through all of them and having to hit touch tone buttons to modify or delete them.
Thankfully, Google seems ... Read More »
VLC is king of media players, playing almost any media format you can imagine. I’m an avid user on the PC, but there’s also an Android app to watch videos on your smartphone. And according to the changelog for VLC 3.0, the app will be getting Chromecast support.
Chromecast support was announced quite ... Read More »
Android’s WebView is used to render pages and is a critical part of the operating system. For better security, Google changed the version of WebView with a newer one in Android 4.4 KitKat, and Google has said it will no longer support the old versions. This is a big blow for the older operating systems, ... Read More »
Recently, Google announced that it had partnered with nearly 100 North American carriers to enable sending MMS to Google Voice numbers. It used to be thatMMS messages sent to Google Voice numbers would disappear without even a warning that they were not ... Read More »
Ever since the Android Wear smartwatches were put up on the Play Store and given out at Google I/O, many apps have been updated to support them. Though the watches won’t be making their way to people’s homes until next month, those that attended Google ... Read More »
Chromecast is the new big thing in media consumption as of late, if looking at developer support for the little device. Ever since the SDK was opened for public use, the Chomecast has been gaining support from some of the biggest apps out there. And the lesser known apps are using the dongle in some ... Read More »
iOS users have been enjoying Pebble support for Pandora radio for about a month now, with Android users left out of the experience. That is until now, as Pandora for Android has been updated with support for the famous little smart watch. The app will now prompt you to download the Pandora for Pebble app. ... Read More »
Many of us cannot live without our Chromecasts anymore. The cheap little dongles changed our lives significantly, allowing us to stream our media from a phone directly to the TV with no extra interfaces or laggy “smart” systems to go through. A press of a button gets your media on the TV. It’s as simple ... Read More »
Chromecast support is growing fast as an increasing number apps add support for Google’s little streaming device. We already have popular apps like Chrome Beta supporting Chromecast that allow you to stream content that providers may not have added support for themselves. But what about local ... Read More »
For quite a while, the Chromecast was a very limited device. Not many apps supported it, so it was not as easy of a buy as it is now. Still, for only $35 it was a fantastic buy and not overly limited considering what you were paying. But ever since the Chromecast SDK opened up ... Read More »