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Motorola releases app for managing voice mails

When you think of voice mail, it's not something that would excite you or would make you think of high-tech visual apps. All you would want is something that is practical and something that works. That is probably what Motorola was thinking when they created the Visual Voice Mail, which is not the most exciting app around, but gets (or should) the job done.

Motorola Migrate now with Material Design, contact transfers

Almost all apps on the Google Play Store continue with both design and feature updates as Android 5.0 Lollipop rolls out to various Android devices. If you're a new Motorola smartphone owner, then this updated app would be of necessity to you. Motorola Migrate now has a brand new visual design, as well as the ability to transfer contacts from your old device to your brand new smartphone.

More Motorola Lollipop updates rolling out soon

Motorola is working really hard to release Android 5.0 Lollipop updates for its latest devices. Luciano Carvalho, software engineer at Motorola Mobility Holdings, posted on his Google+ account that more Moto products are getting a taste of the sweet Lollipop this year. Even those older models from 2013 and 2014 will receive Android 5 so users can enjoy the new platform. Some Moto phone owners are reportedly receiving 5.0.2 updates. These are on-the-air (OTA) updates but are being released to a limited number of people only in different parts of the world. Once more people confirm that the Lollipop updates are good enough and if there are no big issues, Motorola will release the software update to more people.

Motorola returns to China with new Moto handsets

Lenovo's acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google is finally complete. This means Lenovo can now do almost anything with the company including announce and release the latest Moto smartphones in any market. The parent company is bringing Motorola back in China especially since it is an emerging market when it comes to mobile device usage. Three new Moto devices will be arriving in China very soon: the Moto X, Moto X Pro, and the Moto G 4G LTE.

Moto X Pure Edition now with 64gb option through Moto Maker

Internal storage is always an issue for heavy mobile users and so any new device with a lot of gigabytes that comes out in the market is a cause for celebration. The Moto X Pure Edition may not be that new but its 2014 edition now has an option to have a 64gb internal storage when created through their Moto Maker. If you're a Motorola fan or in the market for a new smartphone, then that is a very viable option.

SteelConnect M adapter works for the Moto 360

The Moto 360 is one of the very few goodlooking smartwatches in the market today. It's my choice of smartwatch when it comes to the looks department but I hope it allows more customization. Good thing there's the SteelConnect M adapter that brings a different twist to the smartwatch. With the adapter, you can now change the strap to give it a new look.

New Moto G coming to Brazil with LTE, bigger battery

No official announcement has been made yet but a new Moto G could be available in Brazil. Some information was spotted on the Brazilian website of Motorola bearing an LTE connectivity. But that's not the only feature that will impress the people because the LTE G is said to be getting a 2390mAh battery. That's larger than the 2070mAh battery of the standard Moto G smartphone which recently received an Android 5.0 Lollipop update earlier this month.

Double Tap to Wake feature brought back to unrooted Nexus 6

A few weeks back, we talked about an app that brought back the “double tap to wake” feature to the Google Nexus 6 phone, a feature that was planned to be active on the phone but was nixed by Motorola and Google at the last minute. Said app only worked on rooted Nexus 6 phones, so it still presented quite a challenge for those who don’t like/want to root their phones. Enter XDA member “_qwerp” who now presents an alternate solution for bringing back the feature to non-rooted Nexus 6 units.

Google nixed the fingerprint scanner on the Nexus 6

On one of the earliest rumor articles regarding the recently launched Google Nexus 6, a number of things were predicted that have been realized by Motorola (the maker of the phone, if you didn’t know) – this includes the gigantic 5.9-inch screen, the codename “Shamu” (the whale), the November release, and that it would come with what is now Android 5.0 Lollipop. But one prediction got nixed – the plan to have a fingerprint scanner with Google’s newest flagship Android phone.
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