Archive for the ‘Android Apps’ Category

The streaming revolution is clearly going strong, and today it’s getting another player in the game. BitTorrent has announced its new BitTorrent Now platform available on the web and Android, with apps for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV coming soon. The service will facilitate the streaming of videos and music from a collection of independent artist, filmmakers and creative.

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Envy all those Android devices that sport an always-on display? Now you can add the feature on any Android device, and that too with more customization options. Here’s how you can get started.

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Facebook has now recognized the importance of emoji by modernizing all 1,500 emojis in the app, and even adding 100 more in the process for good measure.

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AmpMe allows you to play same music across many different devices at once, including iPhone and Android, improving the resulting audio output thanks to there being more speakers in use across a wider space.

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Roger app allows you to control your Amazon Echo and Alexa remotely from your iPhone or Android from anywhere in the world for free.

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Google Play APK 6.7.12 Update: You can now download the latest Google Play Store APK 6.7.12 which brings with it a bunch of changes and bug fixes for issues that users have been facing for quite a while. Check the full details below.

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Facebook-owned Instagram app also has a hidden inbox meant for direct messages from users you don’t follow. Here’s how to find it.

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Jarvis is a new chat bot for Facebook Messenger which lets you easily set reminders on both the web and mobile app version of Messenger. Here’s how it works.

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Like a plethora of other companies and newly founded startups, Google is using its vast resources to dive two feet first into the world of virtual reality. The Alphabet-owned company has used the opening keynote of its I/O 2016 conference in Mountain View to introduce Daydream, a virtual reality platform that leverages the power and versatility of Android N as the underlying operating system. In its purest form, Daydream is a much more advanced successor to Cardboard, Google’s budget virtual reality technology that has allowed many more people to get involved in the world of virtual reality.

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The goodies just keep on coming out of this year’s Google I/O conference. Developers and technology aficionados will get to spend the rest of the week meeting Google engineers and dropping in on a variety of workshops designed to introduce the future of technology. However, the opening keynote is generally the place where the magic happens, and yet again it hasn’t disappointed with the introduction of Google Allo and Google Duo, two new apps coming to iOS and Android this summer.

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Google has outed a new teamwork and collaboration app for Android, iOS and the Web called Spaces, and it’s available to anyone who has a Google account.

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After releasing Gboard for iOS, Google was immediately questioned as to whether users of Android devices could expect to see the keyboard, or at least its features make the jump from iOS to Android any time soon. As it turns out, the answer is yes.

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