Today’s indie app of the day is Noded: Smart Timeline Calendar that is a mix of a calendar, a to-do list, a task list, and a note taker app. Check it out!
It’s Friday which means it’s time for another Google Play Weekly! In this week’s episode we talk about Android L stuff making its way into Nova Launcher. As part of Google’s Wednesday update, Google Wallet got updated and brings it a few big new features. You can now make your Android Wear watch face look like it’s something out of Star Trek. Google Play Music has begun rolling out to six new countries. Rumors have begun circulating that Amazon Instant Video will be coming to Android proper very soon. Now here are five Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week….
The simplest way to describe Kindle Unlimited is “Netflix for books.” Pay $9.99 a month and get access to 600,000 titles in Amazon’s collection, including current best-sellers and classics, as well as 2,000 audiobooks available on Audible.
Google is continuing to build up the feature set of its Maps Android app, with the latest update bringing elevation information for cycling routes, voice commands in navigation mode, and other smaller changes.
Put the power of NFC Tags to work in your Android world with Trigger. This week in our Android customization series we show you how to write and scan your own custom NFC Tags using an app called Trigger.
Today’s indie app of the day is Balloons 3D live wallpaper. This fun and colorful live wallpaper features smiling balloons as they drift into the beautiful blue sky!
Previously a Facebook and iOS game, Game of Thrones Ascent has now landed on Android, bringing a free-to-play text-based adventure centered in the GoT universe.
Google is rolling out an update to Wallet that includes support for gift cards, money requests, debit card payments and Spanish. Scan those gift cards into Wallet to track your balance and even use the Wallet app to make payments in stores from the card balance.
We know many of you have been begging for Amazon Prime Instant Video to come to Android, and your prayers may have just been answered. Get ready!
A new update is rolling out to Chrome for Android, bringing back Doodles on new tabs, as well as introducing various bug and security fixes.