Version 2.0.of the Drive Android app brings a new document view interface that puts frequent tasks, such as renaming, downloading a copy, or sharing with a contact, at your fingertips
Developer guidelines for Google’s new Polymer web-design have given us a glimpse at what might be in store for Android’s future Material Design UI.
Google Now will soon be able to understand up to seven languages and switch between them as needed, without the user’s input. Users will first need to select the secondary languages from the settings, but after that, switching between languages will happen seamlessly.
It turns out that the Cardboard package handed out after the Google I/O keynote was actually a DIY virtual reality kit, complete with VR apps to try out.
Google Slides took its sweet time to get here, but Google has finally announced its availability in the Google Play Store. Come get it!
This cool new commercial from Google shows how the technology giant hopes people will use its Android, Android Wear, Android Auto, and Android TV products. Sure, it may not go as smoothly in real life now, but a seamless, consistent cross-device experience is what Google is striving for.
Towards the end of its massive I/O keynote address, Google unveiled several new features that will allow app developers to create new and delightful experience for all Android users.
Google has finally lifted the lid on its plans for the living room, unveiling the all new Android TV at Google I/O 2014. Here’s everything you need to know.
Google is previewing the Android L release, due for the fall, on stage at Google I/O, and one of the big components of the new OS is improvements coming to the performance and battery life of Android devices.
As expected, Android L release is now official, bringing plenty of new changes with it!