Google has released more than a few stock Android apps into the Play Store, but the Camera app wasn’t one of them. Good news folks!! They just released today. It’s essentially the same Camera app found on Nexus devices, so that means you can get the stock Android camera experience [...]
Google is giving everyone access to the Chrome Remote Desktop application starting today. It was previously in an invite-only beta, but now the company has released it for the masses. Android devices running 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above can run Chrome Remote Desktop.
As the name suggests, [...]
If you’re waiting to get your hands on a Project Ara device, you’ll only have to wait until January of next year. Google has announced that the customizable devices will be available to purchase in January 2015 through a configuration tool similar to Moto Maker for the [...]
If you want a Samsung Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, or Gear Fit, you might not need to upgrade your smartphone for it. Samsung has clarified 20 devices that are compatible with their new Gear line, and although the list is mostly newer phones and tablets, a few older [...]
The OnePlus team has been very transparent with the generous amount of information they share about their upcoming One smartphone. Today, just one week before the device gets full unveiled, we have information regarding the pricing of the OnePlus One across the globe. And it looks like OnePlus is [...]
HTC has released their SDK for the duo-cameras on the HTC One (M8) for developers to take advantage of. The SDK contains plenty of APIs, libraries, and samples for reference, so it shouldn’t take long for a developer to work that into an app.
To download the SDK, you’ll [...]
ATT announced today that the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Active will be their next device to receive Android 4.4. The device launched last summer at Android 4.2.2, before it received an update to 4.3 in January. The 4.4 KitKat update brings all of the regular UI, system, and app [...]
It has been rumored for months now that LG is planning on producing its very own mobile processing chip dubbed as “Odin.” Today LG has finally come forth to end those rumors and confirm that those reports are indeed true and that they are working with TSMC to make this [...]
Don’t panic, Google isn’t about to drop support for mobile devices anytime soon. Matias Duarte, Chief Android designer, did say “mobile as a concept is actually dead,” but he didn’t mean mobile devices.
Speaking at the Accel Design Conference with The Verge, Matias meant that apps need to be designed [...]
Last month, Samsung teased us about a new website, design.samsung.com, and now they have officially unveiled it. When it comes to mobile, I know Samsung isn’t usually revered for their design, but this website is for all products. However, mobile included, Samsung feels design is more than just [...]
- Google releases stock Camera app in the Play Store
- Chrome Remote Desktop exits beta and can now be used by anyone
- Google’s Project Ara phones will be available to purchase in January 2015
- Samsung clarifies 20 devices that are compatible with new Gear devices
- OnePlus One gets a price tag for different markets
- Flickr launches new Android app and hands out 1-terabyte of free storage
- How to apply Duo Camera effects on the HTC One (M8)
- Google introduces ‘Views’ for sharing photo spheres to Google Maps
- Featured Android App Review: Snap Camera HDR [Photography]
- New Google+ Android app update adds new photo features
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