Apps

Chrome offline apps set to launch on Android and iOS in 2014

Google is set to bring Chrome packaged apps to mobile, as well as desktop. The apps in question, which recently launched as “Desktop apps” in the Chrome Web Store for Chromebooks (or "Offline Apps" elsewhere), act just like web apps except they operate outside of a web browser, and don’t need an Internet connection. While we’ve long expected Google to bring Chrome extensions to mobile, this represents a new frontier in Google’s platform functionality.

Paranoid Android enter “legal gray area” with official 0-Day GAPPS pack

If you have installed a custom ROM such as Paranoid Android or CyanogenMod you likely understand the need for the GAPPS package. At the same time, you likely understand the frustration of those packages. They can be frustrating for a variety of reasons and it looks like the folks at Paranoid Android have taken this matter into their hands. Coming by way of the Paranoid Android Google+ page, we have the "Official 0-Day GAPPS."

Speedtest 3.0 set to hit Android this week with a brand new look

The folks from Ookla have been teasing a brand new version of Speedtest for Android lately, and now we've learned it should be arriving on the Google Play Store sometime this week. Nothing beats Speedtest when it comes to checking your mobile or home network speeds, but their UI has struggled to keep up with all the changes and increased sizes of Android devices.

Google to remove black bar in favor of new “App Launcher” soon [Update]

This morning we're getting multiple reports that Google has changed up their usual black navigation bar on their homepage, and replaced it with a brand new Android-style app launcher. The horizontal black bar for navigation to Search, Images, Maps, Gmail, Play, YouTube and more have all been moved to an app launcher menu. Blending the lines between Android and desktop even more.

NFL Kickoff: 5 Android apps to follow your team

It's back. The NFL is here, finally on TV, and what better way to get ready for kickoff than to check out a few Android apps to make following your team even easier. We know it's only preseason, but I'll take what I can get for now, and it certainly beats watching Baseball. From following your team with live video on a tablet, NFL Mobile, streaming highlights and more these 5 apps have you covered.
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