Movies and TV shows purchased through the Google Play store can now be streamed through the Android YouTube app.
Google Play Music users have much to look forward to. The official app has gotten an update to version 5.6, which will be slowly rolling out starting today.
If you like the new navigation buttons from Android L release, you can use them on your current device using a simple Xposed module created by XDA user prithvee.
As Android is moving beyond the smartphone screen, Google is asserting control over the platform in a way that contrasts with its initial “everything goes” approach.
Bugs found in late testing prompted the Search team to delay multi-language support in Google Now for later this summer.
This week in your world of Android: Google I/O brought us Android Wear, Android Auto, Android TV, and a preview of Android L release, Android One was announced as a way to bring more smartphones to developing countries, Chrome OS and the Chromecast got some big new features, we learned that Nexus is here to stay, and we heard a couple of juicy Note 4 rumors.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly.
As exciting as it was to see Android L in action, and hear about some of Google’s plans for TV and auto, there were plenty of other things on our wish list that got no keynote love.
“You’re going to get a glimpse of a small band of pirates trying to do epic shit.” This is how Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group boss Regina Dugan began her presentation yesterday at Google I/O.
Dave Burke, head of engineering at Android and the Nexus program, says that, just because Google is launching Android Silver, it doesn’t mean that Nexus is going away.
Android TV may have conquered our hearts, but will they take over the smart TV market? We have yet to see, but so far it is looking good!