Microsoft has just released their first beta version of the OneDrive Android app, which brings a nice Material Design refresh.
Inbox is still technically in beta, but Google is now expanding its availability to more users by opening up access and extending compatibility to Android tablets and iPads.
The Google Play Store is an amazing place but it isn’t perfect. In part 1 of this series, we’ll talk about the Top Charts and how they could be better.
Sometimes it’s a lot of fun to play creepy games and scare the pants off of yourself. In this roundup, we’ll take a look at the best Android horror games!
One of the most feature-rich Android launchers just got richer. Developer Chris Lacy packed into Action Launcher 3.2 a multitude of new features, tweaks, and fixes.
Google has quietly added a dozen new countries in which developers can apply for merchant accounts, allowing them to offer paid apps and in-app purchases.
In this week’s developer interview, we talk to Emberify, a new start up based in India working on consumer based analytic and utility apps to help people.
Beyond just allowing folks to reply to SMS messages, the latest update to Pushbullet lets you respond to messages on your PC from WhatsApp, Google Hangouts, Telegram, Line and Facebook Messenger.
A little over a half year since we first heard about VLC’s plans to offer Chromecast support, a new changelog has arrived indicating that support for the streaming dongle is arriving in VLC 3.0.
Learning is very important and that puts a lot of pressure on teachers. With these best Android apps for teachers, we hope to lighten the pressure a bit!