Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Basically that means only a limited amount of users are able to capture Photo Sphere images at the moment. Not to mention, the options and places to view these images has also rather limited. In the past, Photo Sphere viewing was previously limited to Google+ pages, the device that took the picture and on Google Maps (provided they were uploaded).
Instagram for Android launched one year ago today. In fact, it has been one year to the day as the Instagram app first appeared in the Google Play Store on April 3, 2012. We are certain that many will remember the seemingly never ending wait for Instagram to arrive for Android as it launched originally only for the iPhone, but the real key here is what that means a year later. The folks at Instagram haven't shared much in terms of numbers, however they have given one bit of information.
Google appears to be continuing the process of pushing all Picasa users over to Google+. We have seen some of this in the past, however as of today, those surfing to picasaweb.google.com will end up on the Google+ Photos page. Another recent push from Google came when they removed the Picasa link in the navigation bar. Those checking will find an option for "Photos" which also takes you to the Google+ Photos page.
Adobe Photoshop Touch has been available for Android tablets for some time now, however as of today, that support has come available for smartphones as well. The smartphone support has arrived in the form of a new app called Photoshop Touch for Phone and can be found by way of the Google Play Store. The app will seem familiar for those who have been using the tablet version. One exception to that statement however is the price, Photoshop Touch for Phone is $4.99.
ASUS Padfone 2, but sadly we're still stuck waiting for it to launch in certain regions. Today we're seeing some brand new pictures that don't make the wait any easier, with VR-Zone snapping some images of the white Padfone 2. We knew that ASUS was planning to launch a white version alongside the black Padfone 2, but today is the first time we're actually seeing this white version rather than just hearing about it.
@evleaks have yet another leaked press shot to show us, this time putting the HTC Deluxe - otherwise known as the global edition of the HTC DROID DNA - on display for the international community to go crazy over. Unfortunately, the press shot is all we're getting, but if this truly is the DROID DNA international edition, then we already have a pretty good idea of what's in store.
Verizon and HTC are set to host an event in just a couple of days on November 13. It's there that we're expecting to get an official reveal of the long-rumored HTC DROID DNA, but before that happens, it looks like Verizon has confirmed the handset's existence. A new listing for a DROID DNA unboxing has popped up on Verizon's DROID DOES website, confirming the device before it's even revealed.
Samsung Galaxy S III Mini may be soaking up most of the attention at the moment, but there's been a leak for another Samsung device and despite previous rumors, it doesn't appear to have anything to do with the new Nexus phone. The leak is of the Samsung GT-i9260, which was rumored to be the next Nexus device at one point in time, but looking at the leaked image below, we can see that the phone is running TouchWiz over Jelly Bean. So, since we know it won't be a Nexus phone, it's time to say hello to the Samsung Galaxy Premier.
Google Nexus 7 tablet, and we have to admit that such talk has us quite excited. Just yesterday, one lucky Japanese customer was sent a 32GB Nexus 7 instead of the 16GB variant he actually ordered, which more or less confirms that Google has this new model hiding up its sleeve. However, the arrival of the 32GB Nexus 7 may mean that the 16GB version is going bye-bye, at least according to a new image sent to Phandroid by an industry insider.
Motorola XT907 for a couple of months now, but now we have a substantial amount of information on the phone. Engadget has posted a full list of specs and an image of the elusive device, saying that it will be dubbed the Motorola RAZR M 4G LTE when it launches at Verizon. As you can see from the image below, the phone looks pretty sleek, but will it have the power under the hood to deliver the goods? Read on to find out.