Instead of letting the Google I/O 2014 app go forgotten into the archives, Google has upgraded it with Material Design and Android L, and is giving it to developers as sample code for their own apps.
It’s the end of July which means it’s time to round up the best Android apps of July 2014! Don’t miss these!
If you have confirmation of your hotel booking in your Gmail, Google Search will now help you discover stuff in the area. Open Google Now and try out “directions to my hotel” or “restaurants near my hotel.”
Samsung has announced an update to their Kids Store, found on select devices. Now with more than 900 interesting, educational and fun child friendly apps. Check it out on your Galaxy S5 or Galaxy Tab S.
You read that correctly, Morrowind on Android is a thing that may actually happen via a port called OpenMW.
Link Bubble has been upgraded to version 1.3, which brings a plethora of improvements, changes and bug fixes. But there is one addition that is a bit odd – Android Wear support.
Black app is an anonymous chat and call service that connects you to people around you. If you like the idea of talking in secret, check this out!
Ghostery is an add on that helps you browse the web with more transparency. Check out what they have to say about online privacy and their upcoming browser.
A new update to Swiftkey has arrived, bringing performance improvements that greatly reduce lag and other issues that the keyboard is known to have.
In this week’s developer interview, we talk to Prince Studios out of South Africa who has taken a more clever approach to fad game development.