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.
Facebook has released version 2.0 of its Slingshot messaging app, a competitor to Snapchat, complete with a new look and social features.
Samsung is introducing a video service that allows consumers to find videos online.
If you dislike the new separate Facebook Messenger app, this Chat Re-Enabler app can restore the old feature directly within the main Facebook app.
Facebook is bringing back the Donate button in the news feed, in order to make it easier to send money for the fight against Ebola.
In this week’s Developer Interview, we have a chat with Luke St Clair, formerly of Facebook, who wants to talk about his new app called Jelly!
Facebook has always been a challenge on Android. If your experience isn’t that great, here are some awesome Facebook apps to help improve things.
Audi will be expanding 4G LTE availability for selected vehicles.