Apple announced and revealed their all-new and completely redesigned iOS 7. A lot of people love it, some don't, and obviously this is just the early beta stages of their new mobile OS. However, this morning a popular and well received iOS hacker and jailbreak master didn't have very kind words to say about the new OS. In fact, he's considering switching to Android.
Falcon Pro offered a bit of a teaser for the 2.0 update earlier this morning and it looks like you can now download that update. The one catch here, Falcon Pro 2.0 is still available in beta form. Assuming you don't mind playing with a beta release, this is open and available for those wanting to check things out. The Falcon Pro beta is being handled through the Play Store and requires nothing more than a few clicks and a minute or so to update the app on your device.
Play Store beta program. Details of the beta program were mentioned during the I/O keynote and the setup will basically allow developers to launch a second version of their app in the Play Store. This second version will be a beta release and the program will allow the developer to create a limited or open beta.
Chrome Beta received a quick update this afternoon that finally added a few much needed features for our Android smartphones and tablets. They are pretty minor but both are features we've been waiting for and ones which should have been added a long time ago. We now have fullscreen browsing with ease, as well as simpler and easier search using the Omnibox.
teaser video of Chameleon Launcher for smartphones was released back in early-January and while we didn't know when that would be available for users at the time, we do have a bit of good news today. It seems the beta is now available and a non-beta release should be arriving sometime in the next few weeks. That said, lets get into the breakdown of who can use the launcher now, and where you can grab it from.
Chrome browser fans out there we have some great news coming right from Google regarding the beta version. They've just updated Chrome Beta and added a few much needed features that users have been asking and begging for since it was originally released. That being password sync and even autofill.
SwiftKey Flow keyboard is now available to all. The extremely popular 3rd party keyboard for Android has been in a limited beta for a few months, and today SwiftKey has announced that Flow is finally ready for prime time. Only they've dropped the 'Flow' from the name and have added it as an optional feature to the keyboard. Today's the official launch of SwiftKey 4.