To continue the trend of timely updates, Microsoft has just sent out another update to its Hyperlapse app, adding support for five more Android devices.
Microsoft’s Hyperlapse Mobile application has finally been released to Android, but it’s only in beta for now.
At a recent conference, Windows Chief Terry Myerson called out Android for update issues and more, stating “Google ships a big pile of … code”.
Android fans, this week brought us the much anticipated LG G4. Featuring a striking leather outfit, a vibrant display, and a top-notch camera, LG’s device shapes up to be one of the top smartphones of the year and go head to head with Samsung’s Galaxy S6. In other news, Microsoft announced that Android apps will be able to run on Windows devices with just a few modifications; an intriguing rumor surfaced about a possible Xperia P successor; the divorce between Cyanogen and OnePlus was all but made official; Google made it possible to control tons of apps with voice commands; and we’ve got a glimpse of the upcoming Oppo R7.
In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about Android apps running on Windows 10, a new Double Fine game, SwiftKey, and more Android apps and games news!
During the company’s Build 2015 developer conference, Microsoft announced that both Android and iOS applications will be able to run on the upcoming Windows 10 platform.
Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about Mortal Kombat X, A woman who “lost” thousands in the Play Store, and more Android apps news!
Microsoft has a new Preview release of Office for Android, permissions required, that will run on your Android 5.0+ lollipop tablet, or your x86 tablet under 10.1-inches.
This week we talk about Microsoft, lots of Google updates, Hearthstone on phones, Google Handwriting, and a lot more Android apps and games news!
Cyanogen and Microsoft just announced that Cyanogen OS devices will come pre-loaded with top Microsoft apps, as part of a “strategic partnership.”