This week we talk a little bit about stuff from IFA 2014, the upcoming Destiny game, Wipeout 2, and more Android apps news!
A new update to Touchless Control has arrived, bringing with it the new Moto Voice name.
YouTube has silently given its Android app a neat feature. The mobile experience now includes what seems like a Notifications page or tab that can be accessed from the left slide-out drawer.
Google is rolling out an update to Chrome for Android tonight. Version 37 brings a Material Design overhaul and more. Chrome Beta users will already be familiar with many of the new features.
Temple Run is coming to the Samsung Gear VR! Simply named “Temple Run VR”, the new game will give you a first-person view of the game.
Yes, the Gear S does come with a keyboard. Samsung has partnered with Fleksy to cater to the needs of this standalone smartwatch’s users.
Today’s indie app of the day is BibBub. It’s an infinite runner game mixed with a boxing game that features simple controls and friendly, colorful graphics.
In this week’s developer interview, we talk with Andrew Kemeklis , a 13 year old developer who is starting his developing career young.
Destiny Planet View has been created in collaboration with Bungie and Google Maps. Check out the worlds and maps in the video game in great detail.
Google has now releases its Summer 2014 edition of its Beautiful Design Collection, pointing out 12 of the apps it thinks stand out thanks to exceptional design elements.