This week we talk about a lot of stuff that Google did, a new Game of Thrones game, VLC, HERE Maps, the new Action Launcher, and more Android apps news!
Several big features are going to hit Hangouts in the following hours, including last seen timestamps, stickers, and intelligent suggestions.
Google Messenger is now available in the Play Store for devices running Android 4.1 and higher. Check it out!
Google Hangouts users in India can now make free international calls to numbers in Canada and the United States. Dial away and let us know how it goes.
Google is making free the first minute of calls to 25 countries around the world. The promo is valid for “most calls” to the destinations listed in this post, until the end of 2014.
Google Hangouts v2.4 is now rolling out. The new version has a few improvements, including a small additional tie-in to your Google Voice account.
Overwhelmed by numerous messaging services? Snowball brings all your messages together in one Chat Heads-like interface. Hangouts, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and more.
Having a Hangouts chat on your desktop should become a nicer experience now that Google has released a brand new Chrome app for Windows and Chrome OS.
Google has just launched MMS support through more than 100 carriers in North America. MMS works through the new Hangouts integration as well. Most major carriers are on board, with one significant holdout in the U.S. Did your carrier allow MMS support?
September is done and over and it’s time to recap the best Android apps that were released in September of 2014!