In this week’s Android Apps Weekly, we talk about Cyanogen’s new email app, saying goodbye to PlayStation Mobile, and hello to Five Nights at Freddy’s 3!
A system applications spotted on a Nexus 6 running the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop OS points to a new Google VPN service, possibly related to Google’s own wireless service.
Google’s new reference application, called the Universal Music Player, shows developers the recommended way to develop their apps for multiple screen sizes.
Google has confirmed that it won’t be selling the Nexus 5 anymore, though the device will continue to be available from some retailers and carriers.
Android 5.1 Lollipop is officially in the wild. Let’s take a quick look at what’s new and what’s been changed!
Google explains its reasoning behind the move to USB Type-C connectors in the new Chromebook Pixel. The company also hints at future Android phones and tablets being shipped with USB Type-C connectors.
The expected refresh to the Chromebook Pixel has arrived, packing two USB-C ports, an improved battery and a more refined design.
Google just rebranded the devices section of the Play Store, which is now called Google Store.
The new Google Store page features a fresh design with large, bold fonts, lots of white space, and clean imagery.
Google has just released its first watch face to the Play Store. Called “Street Art”, the watch face rotates through a giant list of street art pieces, powered by Google’s Street Art Project.
Apple, Google and Samsung are all fighting for a chance to replace your wallet. Here’s a closer look at the mobile payment scene’s new big three.