After first arriving to Samsung devices and being made available for sideloading, the Nokia HERE app has now arrived to Google Play.
A quiet week overall in the world of Android, though a few interesting news did came our way. Google finally brought sharing functionality to Keep, and enriched Play Services with some additional functionality that will let devs add cool new features to their apps. Nokia shocked pretty much everyone with the surprise announcement of a brand new Android tablet, and a tempting one at that. Samsung announced it would cut down on the number of smartphones models (finally!) and hinted at a folding device coming next year. Corning, the quiet glassmaker we own our beautiful screens to, announced the latest generation of its Gorilla Glass. And, finally, Apple and the Android-camp are now a little closer to reaching a peace agreement, after years of fruitless patent war.
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In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about Fleksy, SwiftKey, a new acquisition by Google, China, and more Android apps news!
In this quick look video, we’ll take a look at the new Nokia Z Launcher which was just released to the Google Play Store in beta. Check it out!
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This week it’s all about the Google apps, Material Design, and Nokia’s Here Maps app along with the latest Android apps news!
Nokia has now released the HERE Maps APK for sideloading onto any Android 4.0+ device.