Tag: Android

WhatsApp Now Boasts Full Support for Android Wear!

photoWhatsApp addicts with an Android Wear watch could now read and also reply to incoming messages from their wrist. The application’s most recent upgrade, which is readily available now from Google Play, delivers complete Android Wear Support – in addition to enhanced message storage and some bug solutions.

WhatsApp first added Android Wear support to its beta launch earlier this month, and also since it’s steady, it’s readily available to all users inside everyone – 2.11.362 build. Continue reading

Nokia Here to Launch on Android as Samsung Galaxy Exclusive, Will Power Gear S Maps Too..!

here_mapsNokia has announced that its Here mapping app will be offered as an Android beta app just for Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

This information follows an announcement from the other day, when Nokia claimed it had actually partnered with Samsung to also bring the Below application to Tizen-powered smart devices by Samsung such as the Samsung Gear S. Just it’ll power the smartwatch’s maps and place function referred to as Navigator. Continue reading

Google’s Voice Search Application For Android Now Understands 5 Languages At Once!

googleGoogle’s voice search performance is useful for lots of people, specifically considering the greater than 50 languages and dialects it supports. According to the search giant, more than half the world’s population talks 2 or more different languages, and now it is including brand-new functionality to additionally accommodate multilingual people

With the Google search app for Android, users could now search in multiple languages immediately without having to dig with the settings menu to flip back and forward manually. Continue reading

Google Brings Android 360-Degree Photo App is Now Available to iPhone!

shhereGoogle has just added a great new application for iOS users to download that will certainly allow you take great panoramic 360-degree images or even publish them on Google Maps too. The brand-new Photo Sphere Camera application gives iPhone users the very same awesome panoramic video clip feature that Google first brought to Android phones back in 2012.  Continue reading

HTC Plans To Launch its Zoe App To Other Android Devices This Week!

HTC ZoeHTC plans to release a standalone beta of its Zoe camera software later on this week for Android devices. Only it’s visiting be a little bit much more social.

Recode has reported that HTC’s most noteworthy apps will not be restricted to HTC-made devices. The company intends to allow other devices from Samsung, LG, Sony, etc, to download and utilize its applications. Drew Bamford, head of HTC’s Creative Labs division, has actually validated Recode’s report. In other words, just like BlackBerry, which has actually been capitalizing on BBM in recent months, HTC appears to be developing a software businessout of its popular applications.  Continue reading

Google Maps Updated v8.2 With Biking Elevation, Voice Action in Navigation!

google-maps-8.2Google Maps for Android updated to Version 8.2 with some new features. These brand-new features includes a Biking elevation support (close to public transportation, driving and walking), and a casual voice actions while in GPS.

The Biking Elevation feature is really neat, but specified as beta. Basically, you get a timeline of your route so you could select one with the least climbing. It also contrasts multiple routes in the search interface. The other biggie is voice actions in GPS mode. Continue reading

Your Android Smartphone Could be Leaking Your Wi-Fi History!

Android-WifiIf you’re making use of an Android Smartphone that’s less compared to 3 years old, maybe transmitting the names of every Wi-Fi network you’ve connected to. A brand-new investigation from the Electronic  Frontier Foundation traced the behavior to a function called Preferred Network Offload (PNO) presented with the Honeycomb OS. As part of the phone’s recurring hunt for Wi-Fi connections, PNO occasionally blasts out a listing of named networks the phone has actually recently connected to, commonly while the phone is still in sleep mode. Continue reading

VLC for Android Beta Arrives in US and Canadian Play Store!

VLC PlayerAs far as the desktop computer is worried, the VLC has actually remained one of the top media gamers on this platform. its presence on the smart phones however has never ever actually been smooth. Apple got the VLC player a few years back with a lot of expectations from the customers but it was quickly taken off because of Apple’s licensing requirements. In the future it did return back to the iOS and the attention now transferred to Android which remained quite behidn in VLC’s development. The good news is that now after 2 years of struggle, the VLC is lastly available on the Play Store for US Android users. Continue reading

Microsoft Office for Android Tablet Computers is Coming This Year, Register for Very Early Access Now!

Office-for-AndroidMicrosoft is working with a version of Office for Android that is specifically designed for tablet. The company’s efficiency suite has actually been offered for Android Smartphones as a complimentary download since last year, yet Android tablet customers have actually been compelled to with patience await a variation optimized just for them. Well, it looks like they will not have to hang around much longer.

Office for Android tablet  is anticipated to officially release for customer use sometime later this year. Continue reading

Google Drops QuickOffice Since its Own Apps Can Handle Your Work!

QuickofficeGoogle bought QuickOffice to boost the efficiency of its Application suite, and it clearly achieved that goal when it released a variety of mobile modifying tools that combine Quickoffice’s documents tech with Google Drive. Accordingly, the search company is pulling the plug on the earlier software; it’s going to take out Quickoffice from both Apple’s Apps Store and Google Play “in the coming weeks.” You can still download it afterwards if you’re an alreadying existing fan, yet novices will certainly have no option but to use either Google’s apps or their rugged equivalents. Continue reading