Dayframe is an app that will turn your Android handset into a photo frame. This one comes by way of Cloud.tv, the same team responsible for HD Widgets and should not be confused with Daydream, the Jelly Bean feature. The Dayframe app is set to arrive in the Play Store on November 12th, however we took advantage of the beta program to get an early look.
Google+ users over time. These changes have come in the form of features called Auto Awesome and have touched on the desktop and mobile sides. As of today however, it looks like Google has some good news for those shooting in RAW -- improved RAW to JPEG conversions.
Galaxy Note III at the Unpacked Episode 2 event in Berlin on September 4. While we are only a day away at this point in time, it is looking like the rumors, leaks and speculation are not going to stop. This latest deals with images. Specifically, an S Orb image that looks to have been shared by a T-Mobile Galaxy Note III.
released their app for Android back in June, and they've been extremely busy updating it rather often with improvements. The last was earlier this month, and yesterday they pushed a pretty large update that is all about, well, photos of course.
Google announced their new Photo Sphere camera with Android Jelly Bean they didn't put a lot of details out in the wild, but lately they've been giving it plenty of attention. Photo Sphere photos received a major overhaul in Android 4.3 and the entire processes is better, faster, and stitching was also improved. Now today they've released a how to video so we can all make perfect photos.
Facebook issued an update to their recently announced app beta channel, and it brought some features and changes we've been waiting far too long for. The new Facebook Beta v3.5 finally removes the huge black bar and legacy menu button for smartphones that don't have a hardware menu button. Thanks Facebook, many HTC owners will be happy to see this.
few times in the past. However, this morning they finally announced the app, and it's in the Play Store available to all.
Samsung has just about every smartphone and tablet size imaginable covered, and now it looks like they'll be taking their efforts deeper into Android-powered cameras. We've been hearing reports that the company has plans to release several more Android cameras to follow up the Samsung Galaxy Camera, and today we could have our first look at their mirrorless NX2000.
Mobile World Congress we're enjoying all sorts of smartphones, tablets, and Android-powered gadgets. One thing that we're seeing plenty of is accessories too. Today we got a few minutes with LG's latest offering, and they are calling it the LG Pocket Photo Printer. It's a little big for a pocket but works quite well so read on for all the details.