Today’s indie app of the day is Convoto. This is a well-designed, colorful unit conversion app that works well and is easy on the eyes. Check it out!
Highlights include a 2-year 50GB Dropbox subscription, 6 months of Parallels Access, a full license of Sketchbook Pro, 3 months of OnLive, 3 months of Audible, 1 year subs to NYT and WSJ, and more.
Google Chrome Beta for Android v39 app update has begun rolling out. In addition to bug fixes, there is a new Reader Mode, Android L Preview integration and a new animation or two.
In this week’s developer interview, we have a nice chat with Kyle Denney who is just now releasing his first Android app. Check it out!
A new screenshot, found originally in the Chromium Issue Tracker, has surfaced depicting an Android lollipop debug icon.
Today’s indie app of the day is Camera51. Anyone who has trouble getting those great shots will enjoy this because it helps you capture the important stuff.
In a recent post we suggested you can’t run Fallout 1 on an Android Wear device. Corbin took it as a challenge.
The Cyanogen Camera app is now available for free download through the Google Play Store. It officially supports CyanogenMod 11S, but you can always side load and let us know how it goes.
NotifWidget is a new application that lets you check your notifications on your home screen, lock screen, and you can even use it over DayDream!
A new video shows off Gameboy Color games running flawlessly on Android Wear, via an emulator.