Action Launcher 2.0 exited the beta phase yesterday evening. Version 2.0 had been in beta for sometime, but despite regularly using Action Launcher, we held off on installing the beta release. Well, after spending some time with v2.0 last evening and this morning -- we are now wishing we would have updated sooner. First and foremost though, along with some new features, Action Launcher 2.0 also brought a free and paid version.
announced today, promise to improve on Google’s GIF capabilities.
Gmail and Calendar. In fact, they have announced the same feature for both services -- the ability to download your data. This option could be good if you are thinking of changing to a new service, however it should also be nice for those who simply want to keep a backup.
Nexus 5 seems to have stepped up a bit in terms of the camera, things were not quite as perfect as many had been hoping for. Overall the handset is able to take some decent pictures, but there are frequent complaints about the shutter speed. We have been playing with third-party camera apps and have seen some improvement there, but it appears as if Google is getting ready to push out a fix.
keyboard for Android. The app has been around for roughly half-a-year, though that was in beta form and available only for those participating in the Google+ beta community. Well, as of today the app has ditched the beta tag and arrived for all to checkout.
GameStick have taken another step forward. GameStick has announced a new partnership with Ubisoft. And slightly better, Ubisoft titles will be available shortly.
AT&T has announced some changes to the Mobile Share Value plans. These changes will be going into effect as of December 8th and they will be available for new and existing AT&T customers. Perhaps a bit more important for some, this plan refresh brings some additional perks for those who already own, or plan to purchase an off-contract device.
Google has earlier announced a refresh of its Google Glass hardware that will be offered not only to new applicants but even to old users as well. Some of those new units have landed already into the hands of some individuals, but the invitation to swap out old devices for new ones has just arrived now for existing Explorers.
Google has just unveiled a new feature for Android that shows just how much the company is still ahead in the search business. Searching on the Google Search Android app, as well as on Chrome and Android browsers, will now yield results that traverse not only the web but also the third-party apps you have already installed on your phone.
begin arriving for US Cellular Moto X users today, and well, it looks like the rollout has begun. Details coming from the Google+ page of Punit Soni confirm the update and also mentions that it will be rolling out to users in phases. The key here, we have yet to see any breakdown of how long the process will take.