Since it shed its beta skin in June, the Chrome for Android app hasn’t gotten many updates from Google. While the browser is fast and stable enough, it’s still lacking some features found on the desktop version. What can we expect to see from the new version of the mobile browser that’s just been pushed out to Google Play?
Google Now brings a new feature for Jelly Bean phones, the pedometer. Though there haven’t been any official mentions of the feature, you might have noticed it while checking for directions on your phone. What the pedometer does is show how much you have biked or walked over the month.
The inevitable has happened. With a few days left before its official launch, and with review units being sent out to some lucky hands, the Nexus 4 system dump has been uploaded online – giving everyone access to the phone’s many Android 4.2 goodies.
As though their summer venture into Facebook gaming this summer was not enough, Amazon Game Studio has released its first mobile game, a free-to-play strategy game named Air Patriots.
While AT&T Locker has been available for Android devices for a while now, with the app hitting Apple’s App Store today, it seems that AT&T is ready to begin the marketing push behind the cloud service.
Halloween Giveaway: to celebrate the launch of Zombie Driver THD, we’ve partnered with Nvidia to give away two Nexus 7 16GB to two our loyal readers.
You’re slaving at work all day long. What better way to end a stressful week, or month, than by curling up with your Android device and wreaking some serious havoc with 9 of the most irresistible games of October (second half). Playing games is one of the best ways for you to unwind and de-stress. Rid your system of the bad vibes you got from work or school with games you can readily play on your Android device. End this month with nine games that will surely keep you busy this month’s end. As what we said, these games are…
We still have no idea when Android 4.2 Jelly Bean will be rolled out to existing Nexus devices, but at least we can tell you that an early version of the new keyboard app found inside Google’s latest Android update is now available to download for devices running Ice Cream Sandwich or higher.
No more waiting, Need for Speed: Most Wanted is finally here. Not only does the game arrive to the home consoles and iOS today, but the Android version has hit Google Play as well.
Some good news for those sporting a Kindle Fire in the UK, the Netflix app has recently been made available in the Amazon Appstore.