VEVO, Plex, Songza highlight list of 10 additions
Google announced a new cadre of apps for its Chromecast streaming appliance — as well as the ability to cast local content to your TV.
The new apps include the likes of VEVO, Red Bull.TV, Songza, PostTV, Viki, Revision 3 and BeyondPod. And you’ll be able to
If you’re looking to have a go at OS and kernel development for the Moto G, everything you need (well, everything that’s open-source anyway) is now available from Motorola’s SourceForge page.
You’ll find the source files for the kernel as well as other essential and GPL portions of the system, and a nice set of
Samsung recently dropped the “Just for You” teaser video on YouTube and it measures in at 22 seconds in length and appears to be offering a look at the Galaxy J. This isn’t the only time we have seen talk of the Galaxy J recently, however this one is from Samsung as opposed to a
While Google has yet to release a dedicated app for both Android and iOS for its news platform, the company just announced a revamped mobile experience.
Nowadays, we can barely find a QWERTY-slider smartphone. A smartphone like the LG Optimus F3Q which will reportedly come to T-Mobile. we can count the QWERTY-slider smartphones using the fingers of one hand: Samsung Stratosphere 2, LG Enact, and a couple of BlackBerry models.
According to @evleaks, the infamous leaker, the folks at T-Mobile are
Polaroid has decided to pull the plug on its first Android-powered interchangeable lens camera after it lost a patent infringement lawsuit brought on by Nikon. The iM1836, which was announced at CES back in January, will no longer be promoted, sold, or manufactured in its current form.
The iM1836 came with a lot of promise
Google has updated its Play Music app to better support phones with external storage. As the manufacturer of Nexus devices with no external storage (and having spoken against it), it’s a bit of a surprise that Google would work to support it. Though, it does make sense to provide a useful feature to consumers.
As it turns out, Android 4.4.1 is closer than we think as a new Verge report shows how Google is using this software update to attack the Nexus 5 camera’s shortcomings. According to Dave Burke, Google’s Director of Engineering for Android, 4.4.1 will begin rolling out over the next few days in the hopes of
The dual-display YotaPhone first debuted way back in December 2012, catching the attention of more than a few folks in the mobile world thanks to its pair of 4.3-inch screens. We haven’t heard much about the Russian-born handset since then, but that’s changing today.
Both of them measure 4.3 inches in size, one is a
Another BQ equipment is available on the Android market and we are sure a lot more users will opt for BQ. Each device launched by the brand has been proven to be a success in the countries where it is available and the BQ Aquaris 5 HD might follow their footsteps.
In order to achieve
This is our first time testing a device from Huawei so we hoped for great things after reading reviews of these devices on other websites. As you may know we received two devices for testing, the Huawei Ascend Mate and the Huawei G615.
First off, the Huawei Ascend Mate was presented in January 2013 and
Time goes by and Samsung and Apple still dominate the Smartphone market worldwide, and other companies have been struggling to capture the third place in this list. LG is one of the brands that has been in this fight, but it seems that the South Korean giant is still missing something.
Even though they have
The Samsung Galaxy Camera finally arrived for testing, its judgment day and you will all hear what we android lovers though about it today. As far as first impressions go, we got the feeling we were before a weird device: a great looking outside, like a model, with the brains of an engineer. Reality tells
This is the very first time we have been able to review a Sony device, and hopefully it is just the first of many. We are very proud to have started of with one of the best tablets in the markets at this point in time.
Although we had the Xperia Tablet Z for a
As you might already know we have reviewed the previous version of Strategy and Tactics. So we thought it would be fitting that we should review its successor: strategy and tactics USSR vs. USA.
Strategy and Tactics USSR vs. USA takes place in an alternate reality where Peking suffered a nuclear attack. In this
My garage is an Android application that seeks to help you keep track of your car maintenances and repairs. Although not many of us have more than one car to take care of and seem capable enough to remember our maintenance dates the majority of people seem to have such busy lives that
Our friends at Celltick gave us a heads up about their new application START, which is available at Google Play as of today, and it is based on their previous application of the same genre, Active Lockscreen that we reviewed some days ago.
Active Lockscreen was a customization tool for your smartphone that allowed you
A request came up through the vine about reviewing a puzzle game that claimed to be different from all other puzzle games already available on Google Play.
Jigsaw Mania was made by Puzzle Imperium and has been available on Google Play for a while now.
Let us start by saying there are two versions of
We have been testing the bq Aquaris 4.5 for about a week now and we’ve decided its time to let you guys know what we think about this recent arrival on the market.
We’ve all heard about bq in the past few months as they have made it their mission to bring their customers good
If you read the news about Android devices being released in the market by now you may have heard about the new budget tablet from Asus, the MeMo Pad HD 7, and you may be asking yourself what is the novelty about this new 7 inch tablet from Asus, well, we’re here to let you
Do you find yourself unlocking your phone time and time again just to perform a simple task? Do you need help to make your phone respond to your needs? Well rest assured, as Active Lockscreen may be able to help you. Active Lockscreen was developed by Celltick, is available in Google Play for free and
Maze of Pipo is a game released on 28th June 2013 by Alvaro Mazón Elizalde and created on ActionScript3, and it is still available for download in the Play store for free.
After going through the motions of trying out the game, we are here to share our thoughts on this game with you.
Save the Snail, by Alda Games, is a cool puzzle game in which the goal is to save the snail/snails from several environmental threats. They asked us to take it for a test drive, and so we did, read on to see what we thought of this little puzzle game.
Review by: Sofia @ Android
Finger Shortcuts is an application that was developed by Carlos Morera de la Chica, which sent us a request to review his application, and so we did.
For those who have no clue what Finger Shortcuts is all about, the simplest way to describe it is that you set shortcuts to applications, settings, whatever you