Google has announced that Google Now will soon offer up cards for 3rd party apps like Runtastic, Ebay, the Guardian and many others.
Welcome to our redesigned Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about some bad decisions by EA, Microsoft Office for tablets, and more Android apps news!
Pandora Radio, one of the most popular music streaming services in North America, pushed out a big update to its Android app, bringing lots of visual improvements.
Our goal in today’s Android customization post is to help you push SMS from your Android device to your PC or tablet, then, respond to the message right from your computer.
Heroes of Might & Magic III, the popular turn-based strategy game from the 90’s, has made its way to Android tablets via the Google Play Store.
If you still have yet to score an Inbox invite, Google is giving them out until tomorrow morning. All you need to do is simply send an invite request to firstname.lastname@example.org with your current Gmail address.
Microsoft’s Office for Android tablet preview apps have arrived at the Google Play Store and are available for free.
Microsoft has added Outlook to their list of Office apps found in the Google Play Store. Outlook Preview for Android is free and a worthy mobile client for those used to Microsoft’s approach to email.
An update to version 5.4 brings a floating hamburger menu, a colored notification bar, and more Material Design enhancements to Runtastic Running and Fitness.
Slack, the team communication service, has just acquired Screenhero, a startup video chat and screen sharing communication tool. The Slack team has just announced that screen sharing, video chat and voice chat will be making its way to Slack.