Material Design is now rolling out to the Google Keep app for Android. Bug fixes and performance improvements in tow. Google Keep v3.0.1 should start shipping soon, but the apk has been captured, if you do not care to wait.
Browsing through your device’s files is an important task that everyone deals with. In this list, we’ll show you the best file manager apps for Android.
Today’s indie app of the day is Appdicted. It keeps an eye on what apps you use, how long you use them, and how often to see where you spend your time.
Google Messenger is now available in the Play Store for devices running Android 4.1 and higher. Check it out!
Telltale games has spilled the beans on their upcoming release of their newest game, Game of Thrones. Although they mentioned quite a few platforms that the game would be released for, Android was oddly not directly mentioned.
Google is slowly, but surely “materializing” all of its apps, and today it’s time for the popular Google Keyboard to get the treatment.
We see our lock screens arguably more than any other part of our device. If you’re getting bored with your lock screen, check out these lock screen apps!
Today’s indie app of the day is MinuteQuest. In this simple, 2D RPG, you waste a little time, fight some monsters, and save the world. It’s also free.
In an official blog post, Google introduced a number of family friendly games that now support Chromecast including Wheel of Fortune, Monopoly Dash and more.
In this week’s developer interview, we talk to Kyle Parker who graduated from Ball State and has been working there designing apps for students.