Motorola has been pretty good with software updates in the past, though lately the company has faltered. But it seems that support for its flagship is strong in the meantime. The Moto X Style, known as the Pure Edition in the US, is now getting its Marshmallow update in Brazil and India, and the second ... Read More »
Google Wallet has long supported multiple credit cards, but strangely it was limited to only one bank account. With the latest app update, that restriction is finally gone, so you can add multiple bank accounts to the app. For extra security, a “Lock Now” button has also been added to the drawer, which bypasses the ... Read More »
Google Play services has been updated to version 8.3 and brings along with it some major improvements. The biggest relates to signing in with a Google account. Instead of having to press multiple buttons and granting permissions, you’ll only need to select an account from now on. It’s easier and more streamlined.
If you’re the owner of Google Cardboard, it’s about to get a lot more useful. Google has updated the YouTube app with virtual reality support, specifically for Google Cardboard. Now you’ll be able to watch VR YouTube videos in your Cardboard.
Unfortunately, there aren’t many VR-supported videos on YouTube. Another new feature in the YouTube app ... Read More »
Google Drive has been updated to make it easier to use in a few big ways, and these are changes that have been needed for quite a while. Thankfully, they’re rolling out to everyone now, including to the mobile apps for Android and iOS.
One of the big updates to the service is additional notifications. ... Read More »
Favoriting something with a star is a big commitment, you know? We just don’t know if we can commit to making something our favorite. And the smiley faces for Vine? It’s just too much And that’s what we’ve had to do with Twitter and Vine, which featured star symbols as a “favorite” and smileys for ... Read More »
In my opinion, Facebook search has always been severely lacking. Sure, you can search for people and pages (though those searches don’t always work so well either), but you could never search posts or what people were talking about. Facebook is changing that today.
The company has improved its search, which now supports searching public ... Read More »
The Play Store is soon getting a whole new look, and I’m really digging it. In a photo showing the evolution of the Play Store (or Android Market, as it was known in the early years) and how far the app has come, we can see how it’ll look come next major update. And of course, there ... Read More »
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 »