A few weeks after Google I/O 2016 where they announced Android N Developer Preview 3, the 4th preview was launched, and a new “feature” left a bad taste among the die-hard Android fans who were beta testing Android N. The
We announced that the newest update to the Android N Developer Preview just rolled out recently, and now we’re looking at an omitted feature in the preview that might impact the way Android users use the Quick Settings drawer.
Many users have longed for a multi-window capability in Android – that is, to be able to open at least two apps or more at a time, scaling the apps down to occupy lesser space on the screen and relegating them to “windows”.
We’ve all been there once before – maybe you’re killing time at a lounge before a meeting and took a quick glance at Facebook over your handheld device. Then you see an interesting link – a video, an article, a BuzzFeed
Ever since Samsung “commercialized” the feature, multi-window support on Android has been a point of contention among users and developers, not to mention Google. OmniROM wants to include such a feature in its list
An new project over on Kickstarter has our attention this afternoon. It’s called Pressy, and the company is touting it as “the almighty Android button” and the best part is, it’s already been fully funded.
When Google released the stock Android Jelly Bean keyboard to the Play Store for all users, it was quite the shocker. Offering their keyboard as an alternative to manufacture skinned models, or the likes of Swype and SwiftKey.
A few weeks ago the folks from Facebook made a big move to finally add the popular hashtag option to their social network. Made popular (and extremely useful) by Twitter, we now finally have clickable #hashtags on Facebook. While
Earlier this year when Qualcomm announced their new Snapdragon 600 and 800 series quad-core mobile processors, one awesome feature was Quick Charge. Sadly we’ve recently learned this additional layer to improve battery life
Last week there was a custom ROM getting plenty of attention for their Facebook Chat Head type feature. Paranoid Android decided to take Chat Heads and turn it into a unified notification system for Android, and put it on