Gmail source code. Of course, there had also been a leaked memo which offered details such as how Babel would bring features to include synced notifications. As of today, another Babel related leak has surfaced and it is now looking like the service has been rebranded ahead of a Google I/O announcement.
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Snapchat touts itself as being the "fastest way to share a moment with friends." While you can share moments with a variety of apps, Snapchat sets itself apart from the rest by allowing the sender to control how long that message will display on the recipients phone. Users sending images have the option for the image to display up to 10 seconds. Regardless of the specific time you set, the image is supposed to be deleted once that clock runs out.
Google I/O is quickly approaching. The conference is set to kick off on May 15th and as such, the updated Google I/O mobile app has appeared in the Google Play Store. The app is called Google I/O 2013 and it brings along some new features for those who will be in attendance as well one nice feature for those who will be following along off-site.
Marvel Comics has recently launched a new app for Android users. This latest app is Marvel Unlimited and it brings along access to the digital comic subscription program. The app itself is free to download, however there are options for a monthly or yearly subscription. Plus, there is also the option to try for free.
been expecting to happen, Rovio Mobile has launched the latest version of Angry Birds for Android. This release is Angry Birds Friends and it brings a close connection to Facebook. As implied by the friends in the name, this version has you competing against your Facebook friends. The game is available for free and promises new tournaments and new levels every week.
Yahoo has made another acquisition. This latest is an app called Astrid, which is a cross platform task management app that is currently touted as having 4 million users. The folks at Astrid have announced the acquisition on their company blog, however while it seems they are happy with the current path -- it seems current users may not be sharing in the joy.
Microsoft was planning to release a "Switch to Windows Phone" app. While we certainly aren't planning to leave Android, we do have to admit we were a bit curious to see just what the app would do. Well, at risk of giving the big spoiler in the beginning -- you cannot do all that much without actually having a Windows Phone in front of you. That said, the app launches with a splash screen and you are immediately taken to a rather long EULA.