It looks like Nexus devices aren’t the only ones getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow right now. Though many companies have announced their plans for the Marshmallow update, some Android One devices in some regions are already receiving it.
Android One is a budget line of devices made for various countries, offering rock bottom prices and stock Android, ... Read More »
The launch of Android 6.0 Marshmallow is nearing (allegedly it’ll launch October 5), and Google is preparing for it early. Google Play services has been updated to 8.1 in preparation for the new version of Android, but it includes improvements that are ... Read More »
Starbucks has been trying out a new feature in the some cities called Mobile Order and Pay, where you can order your Starbucks coffee and food ahead of time and pick it up in store with no wait. It’ll give you the estimated time your order will be done, and you just walk in and ... Read More »
If you’re a fan of stock Android but are stuck with a skin, Google’s stock replacement apps on the Play Store are a great option. The latest to be updated is the Clock app, which is quite pretty and quick.
This update adds some new features like gradually increasing volume for alarms and timers, ... Read More »
Action Launcher 3 is a constantly evolving and very unique launcher made by Chris Lacy. The latest update for September 2015 introduces quite a few changes, but the main addition is Quickfind. It’s a similar feature to Google Now Launcher’s implementation, but done better and faster.
Swiping from the app drawer button opens the drawer ... Read More »
Google has a big event coming up on September 29, and as we draw nearer to the day, more and more rumors have cropped up showing that the Chromecast will have a major role in the announcements. Not only will Read More »
As time passes, manufacturers are uploading more and more system apps to the Play Store. This allows the apps to be updated independently of the device software, meaning fixes and new features can come faster instead of having to wait for the next big software update and carrier approval.
The latest app to be ... Read More »
The first gen Moto X hasn’t gotten all that much love recently, but Verizon and Motorola are now updating the Verizon Moto X 2013 to the latest version of Android. This update will bring you to Android 5.1 and features the Stagefright patch, which will keep you safe from malware.
Android 5.1 features a ... Read More »
The Stagefright exploit has gotten a lot of people worried, affecting nearly all Android devices currently being used. Manufacturers have been scrambling to update their devices with a patch for the exploit, and NVIDIA is the latest to do so.
The NVIDIA SHIELD tablet is ... Read More »
You thought you’d never hear about this device again, but it’s back in the spotlight, probably for the final time. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Play edition was a device that was part of an effort to make smartphones available with stock Android instead of the skin that comes on the regular models. However, the ... Read More »