Google is known for keeping its apps up to date, and the Google app is no exception. The latest update is version 4.1 and includes some new features, particularly new settings to control Google Now cards. Anything beyond the most basic control over Google Now cards has been missing from the Google ... Read More »
Minuum is a pretty awesome keyboard replacement that takes word prediction to the next level by offering only one row of keys. All of the letters are condensed on this row and the keyboard will predict what word you want based on the position of your taps. It actually works pretty well, and ... Read More »
Fleksy appears to be taking things beyond the keyboard with their latest update. They view themselves as the primary input method on your device, and as such you shouldn’t be limited to simply text and emojis.
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If you’ve been waiting for the official update to Android 5.0.1 to roll out to your Nexus 5, wait no longer. If you are technically inclined you can now flash the factory image provided by Google to get your device to the latest Android version without having to wait ... Read More »
This is the big day for Moto 360 owners. Today is the day that the Lollipop update is rolled out to the masses instead of the select few. If you want to see whether you have the update waiting for you, make sure your device is charged and ... Read More »
The latest update for the Chromecast has brought with it a “guest mode” that you can enable by going into the Chromecast app on your device and simply flipping the “Guest Mode” switch to on. Now anyone (with an Android device running at least 4.3) within range of your Chromecast will be able to ... Read More »
Everyone is excited to get the Lollipop update on their smartphone, but the updates may be a long way off. With manufacturers recreating skins on top of the new OS, and carriers inevitably delaying the updates, we may not see those updates for a while. However, owners of Nexus and Google Play edition devices are ... Read More »
Now that Lollipop has graced the world with its Material design beauty, manufacturers are updating their devices one by one to the latest version of Android. We’ve seen Samsung, LG, HTC, and Motorola start updating new devices already. But what about older devices?
Motorola proves itself once again to be ... Read More »
Google is making its way through its roster of apps with a Material Design update for each one. The latest, and very notable, app to get outfitted with Material Design is the YouTube app. Opening up the app shows a revised bright red toolbar that features the new menu button. Tapping the menu button opens ... Read More »
There’s a new update out for the Android Wear app, and it contains one feature I’ve been anticipating for a long time: you can now disable card previews. When you have a gorgeous watch face you want to see, or an analog clock with the arrows on the bottom half of the ... Read More »