Facebook Home will be available to Galaxy S4, S3, Note 2, HTC One and One X owners initially, and it will launch in the Google Play Store on April 12.
A new Flipboard update has been released and, while it’s just a small one, it does bring hover support, useful for future Samsung Galaxy S4 users.
Google Search for Android has been updated, bringing some useful Google Now features to the table. Package tracking and better card control are included.
Twitter has now released version 4.0 of its Android app, and with it comes a totally new look and feel, at least for those of us with a device running Android 4.0 or higher.
t has been exactly a year since Instagram launched their application for Android. It was a complete success the moment it hit the Google Play Store. As a result, the application has grown to boast incredible statistics for its first year.
A first look at Draw Something 2 reveals that the sequel is more than just a game, featuring plenty of drawing and social networking features.
The Facebook game ‘Angry Birds Friends’ has managed to attract an impressive 15 million monthly active users and a total of 60 million downloads. Now Rovio hopes to repeat that success in the mobile world with an Android version of the game.
Samsung Knox security features are set to include Absolute persistence technology, as a result of a recent partnership between the two companies.
At a developer conference yesterday, Twitter introduced an updated Cards feature to include additional cards such as Apps, Products, and Gallery, along with a new mobile app deep-linking feature.
Google’s Quickoffice for Android and iPhone app was released for Google Apps for Business users today. Previously, only users of Apple’s iPad had this functionality.