Roughly one year after its initial debut, the Sprint Nexus 5 has reached end of life status. RIP good buddy, we hardly knew you.
Here at Android and Me, we are huge fans of Twitch.tv (at least I am). Recently in the limelight for being swooped up by Amazon, Twitch.tv is a live game streaming service that lets gamers of all kinds share their adventures and connect with anyone around the world. Announced via blog post on the official ... Read More »
Motorola has been killing it with updates for the past year. As soon as a new version of Android would come out, Motorola would soon start rolling it out to its Moto X and even Moto G devices. It was incredibly quick, even beating out the Nexus 4 once. However, Read More »
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Verizon HTC One max users, today’s your lucky day. Available now as an over the air (OTA) update, Big Red’s HTC One max variant is finally being updated to the latest version of HTC’s good looking third-party firmware, Sense 6.0.
The update, which weighs in at 613.5MB and brings your device ... Read More »
Facebook Messenger is being updated with a big new feature today for those of you who are Android Wear early adopters.
Today’s update brings Android Wear support to Facebook’s Messenger app, giving those using an LG G Watch or Samsung Gear Live the ability to voice reply to incoming messages or tap once to Like. ... Read More »
Hulu offers an impressive amount of ad-supported free content on their website, but if you want to watch it anywhere else, you’ll have to cough up the $7.99 a month for a Hulu Plus membership. Until now.
In an update pushed out to the Hulu for Android app today, Hulu has opened up their free ... Read More »
What is quite possibly the most important app on your phone is seeing a major update today. Chrome for Android has just reached version number 36, and along with it comes a handful of new features, improvements and security fixes.
Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note II users, if you like chocolate today’s your lucky day. Verizon is pushing out a major update for Samsung’s last generation Galaxy Note that will bring the handset up to Android 4.4.2.
Like most major updates, you will be able to grab this one over the air by heading to the ... Read More »
Samsung is officially taking the Galaxy out of the original Galaxy Gear. Starting today, Galaxy Gear owners can jump onto Samsung’s updating software Kies and ditch Android on their wearable for the noticeably improved Tizen OS.
This shouldn’t come as much of a shock, because we’ve known an update like this was in the works ... Read More »
Android Device Manager (ADM) is one of the more important Android apps to launch in a long time. With ADM, users can remotely manage their lost or stolen Android device by erasing all the data, resetting the lockscreen PIN and locating the device via GPS. Today ADM is being updated to give users a ... Read More »