Tagged: Play Store
Facebook Home social network experience for Android has been revealed. It's the companies own fresh take on how Android should feel, completely wrapped in Facebook's world. There's still plenty of questions regarding the future of Facebook on mobile, and the regular app, but for now we had a few comments regarding how the newly announced Facebook Home app will differ from the experience out of the box - like with the embedded and integrated system of the HTC first phone.
malware or viruses on your Android smartphone or tablet, avast! Mobile Security is one of the highest rated apps. Between being a long-lasting player in the PC security sector, and having amazing anti-theft features this is one of our favorite security apps. And today it just got even better with a brand new update and new features.
Twitter for Android has just received a pretty major update to version 4.0 that brings a brand new look and feel to the social app. The update gives Twitter a UI makeover, adds a few new features, and is said to bring with it a "native Android experience" according to the developers. Twitter just confirmed the details on their official blog.
Google and LG have begun shipping new Nexus 4 smartphones with a few subtle design changes, but changes for the better. Apparently a new batch of devices are shipping as we speak to customers, and they have a few tweaks to improve the hardware and prevent scratching. Check out the image below.
Google. It looks like they've just pushed a massive update to their offering, and now have well over 400 Dark Horse Comics in the Play Store. Google shared the news over on Google+ and mentioned the comics are available in every region Play Books are supported.
gift cards, we have some good news. After Google initially launched the service in the US only, it's slowly making its way to other regions around the globe. Earlier this month they launched Gift cards for the UK, and we're hearing Canada is next.
March Madness. Just like last year today we're bringing you the official NCAA March Madness app for Android, and of course you can stream all 67 games free. Well as long as the app supports your cable provider. It's been redesigned for 2013, looks amazing, and supports nearly every single device I've ever owned or reviewed.