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.
Gameloft’s Dungeon Hunter 5, in all its hack ‘n’ slash glory, has finally made its way to the Play Store.
Waze has now received an update to version 3.9.4, bringing a new Traffic Bar, as well as speed improvements that are said to make the app “85% faster” than before.
The Google Messenger app has recently received an update to version 1.2, which includes support for animated GIF files and a reorganized settings menu.
Evernote has just been updated recently with a new Material Design look, among several other new changes.
Google is rolling out updates to both Chrome stable and Chrome Beta in the Play Store. In the version 41 update, Chrome stable gets pull-to-refresh functionality, while version 42 of Chrome Beta allows sites to send you notifications.
Google has just released its first watch face to the Play Store. Called “Street Art”, the watch face rotates through a giant list of street art pieces, powered by Google’s Street Art Project.