Google has rolled out the latest update for the Android Device Manager app. This update brings the app to v1.2.12 and while there has yet to be any changelog posted -- the update is in the process of rolling out through the Play Store.
Update Wednesday has come and in this round, Google is bringing back some features that were taken away from Camera app. In the latest 2.2 version, Google Camera has gained two new panorama modes, a self-timer, and more resolution options.
Spotify just got hacked, but it got lucky this time. The company reported investigating a suspicious and unauthorized intrusion into the system and internal data, revealing that one and only one user was the target of the incident.
Samsung has just rolled out an update to its S Health app for the Galaxy S5 that puts the heart rate monitor to more use. Aside from giving you an indication of your heart's performance, it can now also help you monitor your stress levels.
Google has just put out a rather silent update to the Google Search Android app and, hence, Google Now functionality. Building up on a feature added last year, Google Search now offers a card that will try to remind you about the details of your most recent car rental reservation.
Just a month or so after its last update, PushBullet is pushing yet another one that brings a much need feature, or fix if you with to call it that. It has upgraded its Notification Mirroring feature so that notifications you dismiss on one device will now also be dismissed on other connected devices, whether it be an Android or a regular computer.
Any.do has had the to-do and task list app available for Android users for quite a while now. We even saw the Any.do Cal app arrive for Android users back in December of last year. But while the to-do, task and calendar support has been solid on the mobile side -- many felt there was something missing.
The stable branch of Google's Chrome web browser for Android has finally caught up with features foreshadowed in the beta version. But along with those, Google has also added limited support for throwing videos to a Chromecast dongle.
With today’s update to Google+, there are some new features that count on how you interact to gain your affection. Stories wants to bring you a kind-of “autoawesome” movie of your pics, while Motion and Mix hope to make you GIF-y. It’s a bit more of the same from Google+, and along with their UI tweak, could signal additional changes afoot.
It has been some time since the v4.0 GroupMe update, but there is a bit of good news for current users -- GroupMe v5.0 is now available in the Play Store. There is a long list of changes and improvements this time around, but perhaps the key here is the promise about how this "new version is faster" and about how it has arrived with "significantly improved battery efficiency and notification reliability."