Anyone looking for an open source text editor that will run on Android devices may want to check out Turbo Editor. The app has recently been updated and added in some new features that make it more usable. The update brings the app to version 2.0.1.
We still haven't heard a peep from Twitter's Periscope since they said they're working on it (that was last month), but its arch rival Meerkat is several steps ahead of them in the Android market. Just a few hours ago, they announced that the live video streaming app is finally out of beta and is officially live on the Google Play Store. The developers have been pretty fast in moving the app from the testing stage to beta and out of it in just a span of a few weeks.
If you're a fan of the US-based unlocked mobile phone manufacturer BLU Products, or if you own any of their budge smartphones, then you'll be pleased to know that they have announced that several of their devices will be upgraded to Android 5.0 Lollipop. The members of their Studio X series that launched just last January are the first out the door, to be followed by some of their newer devices as well.
Android users who want to be able to control their PC and other devices from their smartphone may be familiar with the Swift Remote app. The app has been updated with several new features that will make it easier to connect and use. The new version of the app is v1.2.0 and is available for download now.
It used to be that our phones' only function was to send messages and make calls. But now, they have become so much more than that. They've become our personal digital assistant, our link to the world, our official camera, heck, even our friend. And there are lots of apps out there that give them additional functions. ASUS' Remote Link is one of those, and the newest update to the app means it can now apply even to non-ASUS devices.
There will never be an end to Google updating its native mail app. Gmail has been one of the top favorites of not just Android fans but also those using other mobile platforms because you can easily organize mails, search the inbox, and the tons of space that come with it. Only a couple of months after the last update of viewing all inboxes in one place, the app has just received another set of few improvements which include support for non-Gmail addresses (IMAP) being more reliable than ever.
If you like the idea of the YotaPhone 2, the duel screen device with the e-ink display on the outside, this might be the time to buy one for yourself. The YotaPhone 2 has been updated by Yota Devices with better performance big software changes and a new black on white design.
A few months after their alpha release, this messaging service from BitTorrent is now ready to take on the world. Bleep is now publicly available on the Google Play Store and in other platforms. The newest version of the app also brings new features and additional improvements, trying to convince you to switch from your current messaging service to the supposedly more secure newest kid on the market.
Virtual keyboards have become as necessary to most users as any other app on their smartphone. Apps like Fleksy and SwiftKey have been adding a lot of new features that would make it easier for users to type out messages, and even include other multi-media attachments to make typing more fun. The latest one to bring an update to their app is Swype and it brings with it better ways of entering numbers and also predict two-word phrases better.
If you watch a lot of TV, it sometimes becomes a little problematic to keep track of all of them (unless you're the kind of person who writes everything on your datebook). You've probably wished there was an app that could add your shows automatically to your calendar, without having to input them manually. Well if you're a Sunrise user (and you probably should be one), then that problem is solved as they have now have the option to add TV shows to your calendar.