Android

Google Play Developer Console enhanced with more beta testing options

Google wants you and me to not just enjoy the millions of apps and games available on Google Play Store. The Internet giant wants us to be more involved in a community where the goal is to make stuff that are both fun and useful. For Android developers, beta testing of apps has certainly helped them improved on their work. It has become part of their development process that getting comments and feedback on the first versions of their work is important.

Sony to unveil something on August 3; might be Xperia C5 Ultra

We are not sure yet if it’s a new smartphone, a new totally different device, or just a brand new app for their users, but Sony is definitely up to something on August 3. They posted on their official Xperia Twitter account that there will be an announcement on Monday, specifically something that has to do with taking split-second photos, whatever that means. Whatever it turns out to be, you can bet that Android and/or Sony fans will be glued to news sites, waiting for what this announcement will be.

Samsung Pay to come to Europe with extended MasterCard partnership

Samsung Pay may not be the biggest yet, as compared to Google Wallet or Apple Pay (who are actually both not as big yet too), but eventually, it will get there. Once it actually launches, that is. And now, with an expanded partnership with MasterCard for the European market, it will eventually get bigger once everything is fully operational and functional. This partnership will allow those with Samsung devices to make purchases in stores around Europe, and eventually to all countries that support Samsung Pay.

Captain Sabertooth celebrates 25th year, releases mobile game for Android

Kids love pirates and everything that will make them say "Arrrr". Everyday can be pirate day with this new adventure game for Android called "Captain Sabertooth". It will challenge the young and old alike in a new exciting world where you can almost smell the sea and touch all the gold you can see. Captain Sabertooth has been tasked to lead the men in a challenge of finding treasures and battles amidst all the hurricanes and storms. Young kids will love this fun mobile game that is set in The Dark Lady.

Two Alcatel ONETOUCH devices now available on Boost Mobile

The great thing about living in this digital age is that you will never run out of choices, whether you’re talking about devices, apps, carriers, etc. Whatever fits your needs or wants, there is always a smartphone out there for you. If you don’t feel like going for the more well-known brands for some reason or another, you have a lot to fall back on. One of them is Alcatel, and it’s bringing you two of their new ONETOUCH devices to prepaid carrier Boost Mobile.

Meizu M2 is a mid-range smartphone steal at less than $100

If we told you that you could have a smartphone for less than a hundred dollars, and the specs wouldn’t suck, would you believe us? But what if we told you it wasn’t from any of your “trusted” brands for mid-range smartphones like Sony, HTC, LG and their like, would you still be interested? Well, apparently, this device exists and it’s from Chinese OEM Meizu and it’s called the M2 and it’s launching soon in China.

ZTE rolls out three V3 phone models with different connectivity options

Chinese phone maker ZTE has just released three new budget-friendly smartphones that are expected to be quick bestsellers, at least, in China and some parts of Asia. The ZTE V3 trio includes the following models: ZTE V3 Extreme Edition, V3 Energy Edition, and V3 Youth Edition. All models boast of an aluminum body, fingerprint scanner, and super affordable price tags.

Sony’s Concept for Android build now out on XDA

We heard about Sony’s new “Concept for Android” build a few days back, and we were kinda wondering what it was. A new software build, most probably. But they finally came out and said that it was indeed a new build for select Sony Xperia Z3 users – and in Sweden only, no less – that was closer to stock Android 5.1.1 Lollipop than the usual Sony Lollipop build. That means most of the Sony bloatware and features were stripped out, and what you have is Lollipop, glorious Lollipop. Well, sort of.

Worldwide Tablet Market share going down, says IDC

We've learned about Google and Samsung's second quarter financial results already and expect more companies to make similar reports in the coming days. The reports we've read so far are encouraging although Samsung needs to work harder and double time during the second half of the year. But when it comes to the whole tablet market, we want to know if such Android mobile device is still popular.
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