Samsung has announced an update to their Kids Store, found on select devices. Now with more than 900 interesting, educational and fun child friendly apps. Check it out on your Galaxy S5 or Galaxy Tab S.
Sometimes you just need to give up your internal storage and take your music offline. This was a hassle in Spotify, but such is no longer the case!
in an effort to help keep customers in the loop, Asus has outlined its Android KitKat update plans for its various PadFone products.
HTC is starting the rollout of the Android 4.4.2 update to HTC One handset in Europe. Back in November the company had told HTC One owners to expect the update to appear by the end of January, and this is precisely what’s happening.
Fear not, Android keyboard users, Google hasn’t forgotten you. Google Keyboard v1.1 brings the much-appreciated long-press number row to tablets, bug fixes, and signs of good things to come.
Google+ just got a small update. The focus was mostly bug fixes and performance enhancements, but a new feature squeaked in for auto-awesome. Check it out!
After a plethora of complaints on the Google Product Forums, the Nexus 7 (2013) is getting an update to fix some frustrating multi-touch and GPS issues.
Google, continuing in the spirit of surreptitious, over-the-air core app updates in lieu of new Android firmware, completed its global rollout of Google Play Services 3.2 today.
The developers behind CyanogenMod, bless their hearts, have committed code to prevent exploitation of a second, recently discovered “master key” security bug.
Facebook Home was a total bomb when it was released, but the dev team has been working to make it better. In the latest update, Facebook Home adds folders.