Android Wear support is coming to Ingress, and will begin to roll out sometime next month.
Pebble has just announced that the developer preview for the Pebble SDK 3.0 is now available. Developers can now begin crafting their new apps for the Pebble Time with support for new hardware features like a color screen and a built-in microphone.
Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about a Square Enix RPG, a bunch of Google apps updates, YouTube Kids, and more Android apps news!
Starting today, the Android Youtube app now supports the ability to quickly trim off parts of your videos that you don’t want to share with the world.
AutoWear for Android Wear is a Tasker plugin that allows you to make your Android Wear device much more useful.
As far as taking time lapse video on your Android device goes, this week’s Android customization post covering the app Framelapse is about as good as it gets.
Microsoft has released a new keyboard to the Play Store called Keyboard for Excel, complete with a full 10-key number area for quick number input.
Spacetime Games, the developers behind Arcane Legends and Pocket Legends, have just announced their plans to bring a new MOBA-style game entitled Call of Champions to the Play Store sometime this year.
Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is the next big game from Square Enix. It’s a mash-up of many other games from the FF franchise, bringing together multiple different characters and villains.
Google is making a lot of money from its bread and butter business, showing ads against search results. Now the tech giant is bringing ads for apps to the Play Store.