The new Microsoft is not like the old Microsoft. Under Satya Nadella, the venerable tech giant is opening up to competing platforms, Android included.
Google announced the first result of Songza’s integration – “expert curated” playlists are now available to Play Music subscribers in the US and Canada on Android, the web, and iOS.
The Nexus 9 Folio Keyboard and Magic covers are listed on Amazon as well, giving you another way with to get your hands on them, if the price sounds right to you.
We have the full 11 wallpapers collection, and a nice bonus – 19 unofficial, but highly eye-pleasing wallpapers, packaged in an easy to use app by developer Harsh Singhvi.
Fresh off the compiler, Paranoid Android 4.6 Beta 5 Playful Pitaya brings more tweaks to the Dynamic System Bars and other features, as well as a setting for fine tuning the battery consumption levels of DSB.
Nothing stays private on the internet, and the least so firmware and APKs that are eagerly anticipated by hordes of frenzied Nexus warriors.
There’s a good chance Xposed for Lollipop will work, but that’s not a certainty, and, if it eventually happens, it won’t be anytime soon.
A Taiwanese developer created an experimental camera app that takes advantage of the new Camera APIs and used it to capture a few samples in the DNG raw format. The edited results are impressive.
Google has taken a step towards improving the app search experience with the addition of a ratings-based filter.
This week was the closest thing to Christmas we have in the Android World. After a long, long summer, Google finally gave Android L a name (hello, Lollipop!) and launched the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. Packing new features and a beautiful design language, Lollipop is coming from early November to Nexus devices and the rest of the ecosystem. Meanwhile, the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 impressed with top specifications, though our enthusiasm was dampened by their stingy price tags. The surprise of the event was Nexus Player, an Android TV box made by Asus. While our eyes were firmly on Mountain View, we also got some news on the powerful Droid Turbo and Sony’s US-bound Xperias.