Tag: api

Google Pay adds dynamic features for Passes APIs, online payments

Google Pay is here to stay. No, we are not anticipating any more rebranding--only further improvements from the tech giant. Google's very own mobile...

API requirements in 2019 now on level 28 for Android 9 Pie

The Android Q is now part of the rumor mill but before the new Android dessert is served or previewed, we're interested to know...

Android Beam API being deprecated by Google

People may not realize it but some old apps work because of Android Beam. It's a connectivity feature that has been around since the...
Google Play Services API

Google Play Services ending support for API level 14, 15

Google Play Services allow most apps and device to improve further. Before you can update some Android apps, you may be required to update...
Samsung Bixby

Samsung Bixby SDK to let developers make more apps and skills

Bixby, Samsung's very own smart assistant, has been officially out for over a year now but it hasn't really gained any significant traction. We...

Keeper Password Manager now integrated with Android’s Autofill API

Not a lot of apps are using Android 8.1’s Autofill API, mainly because developers have been overlooking this new feature. But there are a...

Google Maps APIs are now open to games, hold on to your hats

Here’s the big breakthrough – Google Maps APIs Gaming has just been announced as available for game developers big and small, here, there, and...

Android accessibility crackdown discontinued for now

Google has started to crack down on mobile apps that are abusing the Accessibility Services. There is such a thing as using them for...

Autofill API on Android Oreo ready for apps, password managers

Autofill is one very useful function that mobile users need. It makes registering for stuff easier or logging in to an account faster because...

Google announces TensorFlow Lite for mobile devices

As machine learning and artificial intelligence continue to grow as the next trends for smart devices, Google is continuing to position itself to have...

Google working on new Activity Recognition Transition API

Almost two years ago, the 'Do Not Disturb’ feature was deleted from Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. That's one helpful feature but we had no idea...

Android launches Nearby Connections 2.0 API, focus on full offline device communications

The Nearby Connections API was designed by Google for Android devices and basically other things that are in physical proximity to the user, provided...