iOS customers had a bit of a head start in obtaining accessibility to the new Pebble’s Smartwatch application shop. Luckily, the Android group will not have to wait for this attribute any sort of longer, given that just what’s known as Pebble 2.0 is, at long last, available on Google’s platform. Sure, it took weeks and weeks of testing, yet Pebble assures it was all for the most effective and expects its smartwatch proprietors to be delighted by the changes. Aside from the long-awaited appstore, this Pebble for Android update additionally showcases a completely redesigned interface, a brand-new closet for applications and alert enhancements.You have actually stood by long good enough.
Google Play Games simply ended up being a lot, a lot more useful for passionate Android gamers. A freshly released update to Google’s entertainment hub permits you see all your invites; it’s now too much clearer that a person intends to play. The upgrade additionally shows you a not-quite-live sight of that’s having fun, and a new Find Gamings area (revealed below) suggests titles you can try. Play Gamings still will not compare with enhanced video gaming frameworks like PlayStation Network or Xbox Live, yet it’s most likely worth a download if your smartphone frequently functions as a handheld console.
Recently, my AT&T HTC One got an upgrade to Android 4.4 KitKat. Of course, I went on with the setup, not wanting to miss out on the new functions and interface improvements in the most recent variation.
Quickly after installing the update, my exhilaration turned to light annoyance as I recognized AT&T had utilized KitKat as an opportunity to deliver a fresh set of bloatware. Continue reading
YotaPhone is an Android smartphone with a regular touchscreen on one side and an E Ink display on the other. It’s been around for well over a year now, and in our time with previous prototypes we have actually been impressed with its property, otherwise Yota Instruments’ execution. At MWC this year, the Russian carrier-turned-manufacturer is showing off an all-new model it believes resolves several of the original version’s flaws.
Its E Ink show is also massively enhanced; it’s bigger, has smaller bezels, higher pixel thickness (up from 170ppi to 235ppi), and is much much more integrated into the general design. Continue reading
This week at the Mobile Globe Congress reveal in Barcelona, Nokia introduced a new collection of low-cost smartphones for arising markets that are very vital. Nokia, a prospective Microsoft Company, uses Android on these brand-new phones, yet as an alternative of utilizing Google services, it supplies Microsoft solutions rather.
Most people think that if a vendor uses Android as a mobile or tablet operating system that it needs to bundle Google’s solutions such as Gmail, Google Maps, and Google Docs and supply direct hyperlinks back to Google solutions so Google can obtain the advertisement income that comes from these tablets or phones. Continue reading
Smartwatch pioneer Pebble is introducing something everyone has been waiting for at CES this year: new hardware. But the hardware isn’t so new that it throws the baby out with the bath water– any software developed for the current Pebble will work with the new one, and vice versa. And there’s something new for everyone, since Pebble is also announcing the launch window for its application store and new parter software. Continue reading
With the Android running devices invading the digital world in a storm, the competition between device manufacturers for releasing high performance devices has increased with the time. In order to match the hardware improvements, the relevant software developing partner too have been actively involved in narrowing the technological gap between the hardware and software. More competition has meant more quality as well as more efficiency from software developers to build attractive software packages. And if you are a proud owner of an Android device with a reasonable hardware background, why should you waste your leisure time for sleeping? Let us have a look at the top 10 free android games released in 2013 so far. Continue reading
Chatterlime is a popular online widget allowing users to better manage their chats when they are not physically present at their desk. All of us simply love chatting online but the thought that one has to sit at the desk to ensure messages are sent and received can sometimes be a tiresome thing.
Chatterlime offers an easy solution in the form of offering a virtual concierge to the user who effectively handles all the chats of the user. Continue reading
How many of you spend hours in thinking of attracting, unique and creative proposal for your client? Well, a number of us work in the creative departments of our company and we strive daily to find something remarkably great that could help us in creating some amazing client proposal and win more contracts for our company. Nusii is your one-stop solution to effectively design creative proposals and win more contracts. Continue reading
In order to expand the products and services across the globe Google has recently started selling their long awaited Nexus tablet at the end of March 2013. A few days later, Asus finally announced that the Google Nexus 7 would be available in market in two variants 32 GB and 3G at great emptying prices. The Asus has manufactured this tablet and they have poured a sense of elegance due to which it gives a feel of very well made. Continue reading