YouTube brings 60fps support to its mobile Android app

Even though mobile devices are of course much more convenient, there are times when you'd rather do something on the desktop version of an app because the quality is so much better. One of those things is watch YouTube videos, spefically, action videos or gaming trailers or walk-throughs, etc. But now, your YouTube mobile app has something to sing (or rather, watch) about as the video sharing giant brings the 60 frames per second support for Android devices. They are also bringing changes and improvements to both desktop and mobile, most of which will be applied in the coming weeks.

Dubai Emirates lounges now offering Qi charging stations

"Battery anxiety" is a real affliction that most people have nowadays, and while OEMs still haven't found the solution, we have to resort to battery packs and constant charging of our devices as often as we can. This is particularly for those people who travel often and rely on their mobile gadgets to stay in touch with work or to run businesses remotely. The First Class and Business Class lounges at Emirates in Dubai is probably a charing hub for their customers, and now Qi wireless charging stations will be placed there.

SwiftKey adds adaptive layouts for nine more Indian languages

The team behind SwiftKey has done it again. The last one went out of beta phase back in May but the developers just announced additional adaptive layouts for nine more Indian languages. This may not matter to most SwiftKey users but those in India will appreciate that they are now allowed easier typing on the Android app for their native languages such as Manipuri, Oriya, Bengali, Kannada, Punjabi, Malayalam, Konkani, Telugu, and Assamese.

Micro 4/3 Olympus AIR A01 cam works with compatible Android app

We don't care much about digital cameras but the Olympus AIR A01 got our attention because it's a micro four-thirds style camera that comes with a 16 megapixel sensor, silent shutter, and its own smartphone app. The last item means the camera can be controlled from any smartphone or tablet running the said app. Reaching Canada and America simultaneously, the Olympus AIR A01 is another compact camera that brings great image quality every time.

Samsung and RSC bring Shakespeare to the digital generation

While Shakespeare indeed holds up through time (well, most of his work anyway), this new generation may not be as keen to learn or appreciate his plays, sonnets, and what not, except if it has been adapted in a more modern or contemporary setting or language. But Samsung and The Royal Shakespeare Company believe that it is time to bring the Bard, or at least one of his most well-known plays onto our mobile devices with the RE: Shakespeare app.

Yahoo Aviate Launcher receives Smart Stream feature

Launchers are heaven-sent because they make browsing and sifting through all those Android apps easier. You know how hard it is to locate that one app you really need especially if you have tons of pages of all apps that you don't actually use. That's why launchers are needed because they show the apps you frequently use quickly especially when you need them right away. Yahoo Aviate Launcher is one app for Android that brings relevant information to the user. It was recently updated to include a special feature called Smart Stream.

Solve the puzzles, translate the language, in Missing Translation

Whenever you enter a whole new world, whether it's through a closet or a train platform, is always a challenge. Well, we assume it will be, based on the books we've read and the movies we've seen. But what if you enter a world where they have a totally difficult language from your own? Then it's doubly challenging. Those are the two things you have to overcome when playing this unique, new puzzle game called Missing Translation, now available for Android devices.

Out There back with new chapters, spaceships in Omega Edition

If you watched Alfonso Cuaron's award-winning film Gravity, you've probably wondered what it would be like if you were trapped in space, all alone, with just your spaceship with you. Well, you can live it out somewhat through the mobile game Out There. And the best news is that it now has an updated version with the Omega Edition, and it comes with updated graphics, new chapters to explore, and new spaceships to explore it with.