Just days before the scheduled CES announcement, Qualcomm has accidentally leaked the details of the next Google Tango phone, the Asus Zenfone AR, in a blog post.
The response to Allo has been… not so great, to put it lightly. It’s missing dozens of essential features and just adds to the number of messaging apps Google already has. However, over the past week or so, I’ve noticed a new layout in my “new message” interface.
Nearly six months ago, Google released a keyboard app for the iPhone called Gboard. And, of course, all of us Android fans were all wondering when would it come to Android. Now (finally) in the v6.0 update, Google is renaming the Google Keyboard app to Gboard. The update also packs in quite a few, long overdue features.
The Chinese company, OnePlus, has just announced its latest flagship for 2016, the OnePlus 3T, only a mere five months after the release of the highly acclaimed OnePlus 3. So what’s it got to offer?
While you’ve probably have heard of Android Auto, most of you most likely haven’t ever used it, as it has a limited reach. Today, an update to the Auto app now lets Android Auto work in any car.
RCS (Rich Communication Services) is intended to replace the use of SMS/MMS. Unfortunately, moving millions of people is no small feat.
IFTTT (If this, then that) is a nifty little app, especially if you’re one of those smart home people. Today, the app has been updated to V.3.0, which boasts a complete makeover.
Google recently announced their flagship smartphones for 2016, the Pixel and Pixel XL, and they come with the exclusive Google Assistant. But how does it stack up against Apple’s own AI, Siri? Let’s take a look.
The Google Pixel’s fingerprint action, namely called “Moves,” allows you to swipe down on the fingerprint sensor to drop down the notification bar. Unfortunately, Google’s made this exclusive to newly released phones only. However, there’s a nice little trick now available via an APK.
Not too long ago, Google released their very own flagships, the Pixel and Pixel XL. Right out of the box, they run the latest software, Android 7.1 Nougat, which is exclusive to just the Pixel phones at the moment but also available as a developer preview for the Nexus 6P and 5X. Let’s take a look at the five major features of Android 7.1.