This week on Google Play Weekly we talk about the fake antivirus app, some huge Facebook Messenger changes, new Google Apps, and more Android apps news!
Today Dropbox not only announced Mailbox for Android, it’s also introducing a photo and video app called Carousel.
The Dropbox owned Mailbox email client is finally now available as an Android app through Google Play!
Early this week, Dropbox released version 18.104.22.168 of its Android app, bringing with it a new app icon, easier set-up and linking of a computer with the help of the device’s camera, and a few minor changes to the user interface. According to the Dropbox app page on the Google Play Store, version 22.214.171.124′s two-fold changes include the following: fix for the issue that prevented third-party apps from successful authentication, and feature for using the device’s camera to setup and link Dropbox to a computer. The new Link a Computer command can be found under the Dropbox app’s Settings menu…
Ever since device makers armed mobile phones with top-of-the-line cameras, many have not stopped snapping and capturing those precious life moments. And, when easy Internet connectivity came to the mobile phone, many also started sharing their photos to friends, family, and in many cases also to the world at large. Yet, despite great strides in digital imaging and mobile interconnectivity, how easy is it to share photos between devices, especially those running different platforms — say, between the iPhone and an Android phone? If you own both — or are switching over from iPhone to Android — you will eventually…
Motorola’s CEO Dennis Woodside is taking a job at Dropbox. Meanwhile, Lenovo’s CEO says he is positive he can turn Motorola to profit within a few quarters.
A new update has now arrived for the Android version of Dropbox, bringing an important bug fix that addresses a camera upload issue for Android 4.4.2 users.
What are the first few apps that you should install on your new Android device? Well, we’ve put together a list of some really good must-have’s. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
They might still not have the glamour and glitz of the Academy Awards given out in cinema, but GSMA’s Global Mobile Awards have become a major point of interest for tech aficionados across the world.
After being released as a beta a few days back, the cloud-based backup app Carbon has received a new update that brings Dropbox support and other features.