Siri has been reported to have some very amusing replies when people, mistakenly or intentionally, address her as "Glass".
Google released a pretty massive update that completely overhauled their Google Maps application for mobile devices. The new and improved Maps is pretty awesome, although some still miss the old version, but that change was to stay ahead of the competition. That competition being Apple and Nokia.
Plants vs Zombies is quite popular, and last year around this same time we learned that a sequel was in the works. Then back in March we learned it would arrive on mobile come this summer, only to later find out it would launch as an iOS exclusive. So this isn't really news, but by now we were hoping for at least some details regarding an Android release.
Gameloft releases a large update to their popular and free official NFL simulation game for mobile devices. NFL Pro 2013 was one of my favorite NFL games for Android. A quick look on the Play Store shows I'm not alone, with over 1 million downloads on Android. However, the update yesterday announcing the all new NFL Pro 2014 only arrived for iOS.
Google Play store has outmatched Apple's iOS App Store by as much as 10%. It also showed that Google Play is solidifying it's foothold on emerging markets.
Google recently pulled a new app off of their Google Play Store due to copyright infringement claims from Apple. What was the app? An Android app that emulates the recently announced "Control Center" drawer in Apple's iOS 7. It was a complete copy of the look, feel, and basically every aspect of the upcoming iOS 7 feature, and is now readily available for Android users.
Apple has recently begun doing the same for iOS. While there is likely a better reason, this almost seems like Apple has done this in an attempt to bring some fragmentation shame to Google.
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.
Apple unveiled iOS 7, the new face of their mobile OS. Representing the biggest change to the iPhone OS since its birth. We won't get into if we like it or not, who copied who and all that jazz, but instead show you just how easy we can make our Androids look the same. Thanks to one fan we have exactly that.