Welcome to our redesigned Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about some bad decisions by EA, Microsoft Office for tablets, and more Android apps news!
Facebook wants to challenge Twitter and try to lure people to use the social networking service while watching a live event.
The month is coming to a close and we’re back to show you the best new Android apps and games released in January 2015!
Facebook is targeting users of entry-level Android devices with a new app that is now available in a handful of developing countries. Download it here.
Facebook is pushing out an update to News Feed that will greatly reduce the number of misleading or untrue stories we see on our News Feeds.
Facebook is now rolling out AMBER Alerts to user’s News Feeds. The alerts will contain as much information as possible , in hopes to find as many missing children as possible.
In late 2014, Facebook reportedly sat down with Xiaomi to discuss potential investment opportunities. Facebook is trying to break into the Chinese market to expand their social network, and Xiaomi seemed like the right manufacturer to approach about it.
Some apps do good things and others seem to make an effort not do good things. In this roundup, we’ll look at the most controversial Android apps of 2014.
After Instagram decided to tell the world it has over 300 million active users last week, Citigroup has upped it’s estimate of the picture company.
Facebook knows that you like its cute emoticon characters, and to satiate the sensation it’s released a photo editing app that works with Messenger.