In the newest update to Google’s Messenger application, you can now send quick replies to your friends and family without the need to open the full application.
During the company’s Build 2015 developer conference, Microsoft announced that both Android and iOS applications will be able to run on the upcoming Windows 10 platform.
If you’re looking for a customizable watch face pack that’s great on battery life, check out Illustration Faces 2 by VA – now available in the Play Store for $.99.
In an effort to help keep your account safe, Google today launched Password Alert, a new Chrome extension that will give you a warning if you type your Google password into a website that isn’t a Google sign-in page.
Google has just added support for 70 new third party applications in Google Now, including Zipcar, Spotify and many more.
The SwiftKey team has just announced a new experimental software hub that gives the keyboard company a place to introduce innovative ideas without the need to update its existing standard and beta applications.
Instagram has just announced a new update to its Android and iOS applications that brings three new filters and the ability to use emojis in hashtags.
Facebook has just announced that it’s bringing free video calling to its Messenger application on both Android and iOS.
Mediocre, the developers who brought us Granny Smith, have just launched a new strategic racing game called Does not Commute into the Play Store.
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