HTC has just released its new Fun Fit app to the Play Store for devices running Android 4.1 and up.
Want to try Galaxy S6 themes out? Rooted Note 4, Galaxy S4 and S5 owners with Lollipop can now do just that.
Google is working on a new open-API for Google Now, which will enable the service to be integrated with third party applications.
It’s always important to have fresh and accurate weather information, available just when you need it. With that in mind, we’re going to take a look at the best weather apps for Android.
Google has just announced that YouTube now supports 360-degree video. For right now, videos are compatible with the Android app and videos embedded in Chrome, but the company will roll out compatibility for more platforms in the future.
Rovio, the developers behind the extremely popular Angry Birds series, has released its first bubble shooter game to the Google Play Store.
In this week’s Android Apps Weekly, we talk about Cyanogen’s new email app, saying goodbye to PlayStation Mobile, and hello to Five Nights at Freddy’s 3!
A few lucky fans will get the chance to be made into their very own 8-bit character by the Final Fantasy creative team.
Google’s new reference application, called the Universal Music Player, shows developers the recommended way to develop their apps for multiple screen sizes.
After its launch in 2013 on numerous gaming consoles, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Universe in Peril has finally made its way to Google Play.