Android is still king of the mobile landscape. Analytics firm comScore has released their monthly report on smartphone market share, and it shows Google’s operating system is still on top. Second is Apple and their iOS, while Blackberry — in a downward spiral — continues to embarrass Microsoft by holding firm at number three, even with a significant loss in users.
keyboards. There isn't any shortage of options. Some of the more popular include SwiftKey and Swype, however we saw another drop the beta tag earlier this morning.
OPPO has previously confirmed the Find 7, which will arrive as the follow-up to the currently available Find 5. But while OPPO confirmed the name and the fact the handset is being built, they have yet to share much of anything in terms of the specs. The interesting part about the Find 7, despite earlier rumors and leaks, we have yet to see the handset appear in any images.
Pantech announced the Vega Secret Note back in October and more recently, it looks like they have unveiled the next device in the Secret family. This one didn't bring the stylus, however it did keep the fingerprint sensor on the back. The handset is the Vega Secret Up and it has a 5.6-inch display and Qualcomm processor.
Action Launcher 2.0 exited the beta phase yesterday evening. Version 2.0 had been in beta for sometime, but despite regularly using Action Launcher, we held off on installing the beta release. Well, after spending some time with v2.0 last evening and this morning -- we are now wishing we would have updated sooner. First and foremost though, along with some new features, Action Launcher 2.0 also brought a free and paid version.
Google Play Music fans! You can now download content to an SD card via your mobile device. If you’ve got limited native storage, but a lot of memory via an SD card, you can now keep your music there rather than take up precious space on your device.
app is being updated to version 1.3 today. With it, you’ll find the new Android slide-out menu and redesigned tablet interface.
slap-fight with AT&T over one particular customer, that T-Mobile loves Twitter. Their CEO is a hash tagging machine, and their PR crew has a solid presence there. It only seems natural that they’d engage in some kind of cross-promotional deal with the micro-blogging service, and it looks like that’s just what they’ve done.
Quip, on the other hand, puts mobile ahead of everything.
announced today, promise to improve on Google’s GIF capabilities.