Leaked images suggest Google’s Android app icons are in for a redesign. The alleged app icons, which you can see below, suggest Google wants to keep apps looking similar across platforms. From the web to your Android handset,
We’ve already seen a few bits and pieces about a remote desktop app (from Google) coming available for Android users. This was something we saw earlier in the year, and at the time it was being referred to as Chromoting.
When an album launches, it rarely launches in the truest sense of the word. Former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante might have had the same concept in mind when he decided to launch his new album — literally.
ZeptoLab launched Cut the Rope 2 back in December. But as many will remember, that launch came as an iOS exclusive. There was a promise of the game arriving for Android users “early next year,” and well, it looks like
Looking to get your fill of Android? We’re all over the place here at Android Community. From apps to social media, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re taking advantage or not, here are five ways you can keep up with all
Link Bubble is a brand new Android app, and does something we think you’ll like. When you open a link that redirects, Link Bubble will open it in the background while you continue working or browsing. It’s a multitasking
Motorola is continuing their app update rollout, this time updating their camera app. While the changelog is pretty boring, we can now snap photos with the volume key. Again, that’s pretty standard, but there is one neat trick
Looking for a cheap way to make calls? Line has updated their service today, allowing for calls to more locations — including the USA. The free-to-download service will now let those in much of Asia to make and receive calls on
Twitter apps are prevalent on the Play Store. It’s hard to make a Twitter app stand out, considering the nature of Twitter is so simple and straightforward. Robird is a new Twitter client for Android that brings a neat new look
In a recent review of email apps for Android, CloudMagic was our winner. It’s simple, easy to use, and does just about everything well. Today they’ve rolled out an update to their service, bringing in what they call