The folks at Niantic Labs have pushed out an update to their Field Trip app for Android, bringing Material Design and improved notifications to help you discover your world.
Niantic Labs recently celebrated the 2-year anniversary of Ingress. Here is an awesome infographic to put the last two years into perspective!
Google’s Field Trip is going big to celebrate the second birthday of Ingress. The event First Saturdays kicks off Nov 1 with badges for achievement, but players can score extra AP and gear for their actions and Portal hacks starting tonight.
In this week’s show we talk about in app purchases, a bunch of ChromeOS stuff, a huge Ingress update, and more Android apps news!
Niantic Labs has released a brand new update to Ingress that brings Ingress Missions. Is portal hacking not enough? Create missions for others to play!
Some things are just destined to be, and Field Trip for Glass is one of them. Today, Niantic Labs announced their uber-popular exploration app is coming to Glass.
Wish there were more Ingress players in your area? Google’s Niantic Labs has announced that level 6 or higher players will now be able to invite one lucky new player to the game.
Ingress, that cult-popular product released by Google’s Niantic Labs, could quite possibly be its most desired. Invitations are highly prized, as the game is still in beta testing. The surprise hit has the team at Niantic working diligently to not only satisfy those who are already playing, but get it ready for the rest of us.
Like everything to do with Niantic Labs, I found the time I spent with him to be informative and insightful. Niantic Labs is focused on the future of technology while helping us discover the relics of our past. A hard line to walk, but one they do really well.
Google wants you to think Ingress is just a game, that it is nothing more than something you play to pass the time away, but it is so much more than that – It’s an e-book, too! Or at least it will be soon.