Brightness Rocker. But a new app might change that: Lux Auto Brightness allows you to change the brightness of your screen based on more than just the ambient light around you.
Monthly Archive: December 2013
Galaxy Nexus directly from the Google Play Store for $399 unlocked. In a Google Groups post, a representative stated that while the hardware is identical to the GSM model that's been available overseas for almost six months, the software gets one important revision: Google Wallet support is added natively. Google Wallet is still only available in the United States.
Ice Cream Sandwich this week. Acer has confirmed the update should be available for both the Acer A500 and the smaller Iconia A100 starting April 27th, although we are hearing reports of the update rolling out as early as last night.
MX Quad-core announcement. But they want to make sure that owners of the older MX and M9 phones don't feel left out of the party. In a press release today, they stated that both phones will be getting the same version of Android 4.0 software as the MX Quad-core. Well, sort of: they're both getting "Flyme OS 1.0", Meizu's skinned version of Ice Cream Sandwich.
Chrome for Android will lose its beta label "in a matter of weeks", making a statement about the mobile version of Chrome's readiness to take over Google's web presence on Android. Pichai did not give a more precise date for the transition.
Gameloft we all know and love called N.O.V.A. is about to get a third installment. We've been big fans of N.O.V.A. here at AC and today Gameloft has just released the first video preview trailer of the new NOVA 3. What you'll see below they claim is actual game footage and looks pretty awesome. I'm excited already.
99¢ in the Google Play Store. It's fast, easy to navigate, and a has a few unique features that even the ICS gallery could use.
HTC One S completely free.
Google Drive is finally official. Being unveiled earlier today showing everyone basically a redesigned and improved Google Docs. While they've integrated it into Android, PC, and Mac it isn't quite was everyone was expected -- not yet at least. Now I'm sure many are wondering what is best and what to use so below we'll quickly mention a few storage options vs price, and let you guys decide what you need.