Google has announced a new update to its Allo chat app. The app now has a bunch of new themes which change the background and chat bubble colors to suit your mood.
There’s also a new feature called Smart Smiley. It will suggest emoji and stickers based on what you’re writing. The “smart” part of the ... Read More »
HTC is pushing out a new update to the Blinkfeed app that re-brands it to HTC Sense Home, while adding in some new features. The change comes in advance of the launch of the One M9, bringing some of its new software features to the One M8 and One ... Read More »
If you’re a fan of SwiftKey, welcome to the club. Many of us at Android and Me adore the third-party keyboard, despite its stock theme not looking too great. I switched to Google Keyboard for a week, and the aesthetic was wonderful (despite the keyboard being far worse, in my opinion). But if ... Read More »
Wednesday evening SwiftKey, the extremely popular 3rd party keyboard, sent out an email to the SwiftKey VIP Community members inviting them to join their new dedicated Google Group for SwiftKey beta testing. Today, they announced and released their latest beta update to version 5.1.
Previously, SwiftKey has used several different methods for distributing the beta ... Read More »
In a very surprising move, SwiftKey has announced that the company will be changing to a very different business model. In the transition, the previously $3.99 keyboard will be absolutely free for all. This is obviously great for consumers (it’s a favorite among us here at Android and Me), but how will the business make ... Read More »
When My Color Screen announced Themer, its new app aimed at taking care of all the heavy lifting when applying in-depth themes to your Android device, it received a lot of attention. If anyone could make customizing your phone better, it would be My Color Screen. Well Themer has finally entered closed beta on Google ... Read More »
Want to trick your friends into thinking your Android phone has already received the Ice Cream Sandwich update? All it takes is a couple free apps and several minutes of your spare time. Android developer kovdev has uploaded some wallpapers from the Galaxy Nexus and an Ice Cream Sandwich theme ... Read More »
Why did three new Android applications shoot to the top of the Market this week? They all included one key element: customization. Ask any user what excites them most about Android and they will tell you its the freedom allowed by the open platform. All three of these app are desktop replacements which allow you ... Read More »