Add a dark mode to all the things! With the wide adoption of OLED displays comes the demand for more dark themes and built-in dark modes, to which Google has been happy to provide in Android apps like YouTube and others.
And now it looks like the stock Google Phone app is getting ... Read More »
The Google Phone app may just be a dialer, but it can have cool features too. Google agrees, and the company has released a beta program for the app on the Play Store,
If you update to the current test version, you’ll find a bottom navigation bar rather than ... Read More »
If you’re rocking a Pixel, Nexus, or Android One device, be on the lookout for a new Google Phone update.
Google Phone version 17 adds chat heads for phone calls. As spotted by Android Police, these widgets let you ... Read More »
Google’s Nexus line has long been the epitome of Android for bloggers and enthusiasts. But according to a new report from The Information, Google could be looking to build its own smartphone without any manufacturer help. With the Nexus line, Google has always partnered with a manufacturer to create a Nexus phone that ... Read More »
Nexus/Droid Prime rumors have been popping up left and right for months now. Some may even think they’re getting out of hand. It’s sometimes uncertain how accurate these leaks are, but some good speculation never hurt anybody. And we’ve got a bit more for you today.
A twitter “poet” has been leaking details about the ... Read More »
New day, new Nexus Prime rumors. Today’s spoonful of he said/she said is brought to you by the guys over at TheDroidGuy. As always, everything I say from this point on is based on rumors and shouldn’t be taken as fact. With that out of the way, let’s dig in.
The lucky chaps ... Read More »
Earlier today, we told you how Matias Duarte defended Android’s user interface during a panel at Mobile First CrunchUp. Well, it seems Android’s Director of User Interface was far from done. At the end of the talk, Duarte gave us yet another goodie to report on.
During the Q & A session, American rapper ... Read More »
A Nexus device is everything an Android fan could ask for. The pure Google experience without any manufacturer modifications. The Samsung Nexus S is currently available to T-Mobile and Sprint users, but we certainly wish it would be on all carriers. We have been expecting to see the device on AT&T (that AT&T-friendly Read More »
At this year’s Google IO I had the opportunity to ask Andy Rubin about anything, and I chose to pop the question about a possible Nexus device to coincide with the release Ice Cream Sandwich. To my surprise he answered that there will always be new ones [Nexus devices] coming out and ... Read More »
With so many amazing Android devices coming out, it’s hard not to give in to temptation and just buy one. You can’t blame us; we just can’t resist it. Like a kid at a candy store, we go crazy over things like 4G speeds, qHD resolution, dual-core processors and 1GB ... Read More »