In a bizarre move today, Google has snuck an updated camera user interface into the just-barely-not-stock versions of Android 4.2.2 running on the just released Google Play editions of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One.
Previously leaked as the camera UI to be released with Android 4.3, Google decided they didn’t need to wait ... Read More »
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Today at Mobile First CrunchUp, a panel focused on designing mobile experiences. Present on that panel was Android’s Director of User Experience, Matias Duarte. As it happens every time you put more than one mobile developer in a room, they started to talk about Android vs. iOS.
Since this panel was focused on designing mobile apps, ... Read More »
I’m sure you’re all bored with Froyo by now, what with it having been officially available on one device for two days now, so its time to move on to Gingerbread and fortunately Eldar Murtazin of mobile-review.com just outed a whole slew of fun new details about the forthcoming Android OS update.
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With the pending release of Android 2.2 (FroYo), Google has pretty much addressed all the core features the community was asking for. So what is the main focus for the next version of Android? According to TechCrunch, the Android team is “laser focused” on improving the user experience for the next ... Read More »