Opera Software has actually revealed the first beta variation [simply for Android] of its very-popular Opera Mini browser, ultimately enabling end-users to use upcoming features in advance of general release. The company is additionally working with a subscription model for applications called the Opera Subscription Mobile Store.
Notably, Opera Software launched the beta version of its main browser back in March, following with in Google and Mozilla’s footsteps. The Opera Mini beta web browser comes with a fresh new look in-line with the Google’s Material Design. Continue reading
Twitter announced but one more method it would like to try to make us dislike it greater than Facebook this week, revealing a plan to make the mobile app much more invasive than ever.
From the company that brought you Scan & Upload My Address Book we now have a strange app-monitoring system that promises to rifle through our mobiles to see what applications we’ve got on them, then serve us stuff related to our application collections. Continue reading
Remember Carousel? That application from Dropbox that automatically backup your photos and displays them in a Carousel? Well, it’s now available for tablets and web.
In April, when Carousel for Android and Apple iPhone unveiled, Dropbox had actually described its new Smartphone application as a gallery for all the pictures and also videos from your life, considering that it incorporated the photos in your Dropbox with the pictures on your Android or iOS smartphone and automatically backed up new pictures as you snapped them. Continue reading
It’s clear by now that Facebook wants to own and also operate a family of applications. It has obtained popular applications like WhatsApp & Instagram, constructed duplicate applications like Slingshot, attempted to release new experiences like Rooms and Paper and even made Facebook features, such as Messenger, right into standalone applications.
While many of these apps look good and have potential, some of them, including Poke & Cam, never quite made an impact and also were at some point yanked. Facebook isn’t giving up though. In fact, the company has released yet another new app. And also this time around around it’s based on an feature: Facebook Groups.What is Facebook Groups, the Facebook feature? Continue reading
Google Calendar has actually been upgraded with a new interface and also new features that permit you to far better manage your day.
‘Today we’re presenting a brand-new Google Calendar app. It’s designed to be a practical aide, so you can invest much less time managing your day, and also more time enjoying it,’ announced Google in an article published on 3 November.
Other than the apparent style changes, the first new feature permits Google Calendar to transform your E-mails – such as verification receipts for air travels – into occasions. Continue reading
Google has actually introduced an Apple Health-like app. It’s called Google Fit. Although Google Fit has actually existed in some places, such as in Android Wear & the Nexus 9, the basic Android version has released in the Google Play Store. It works on your smartphone and also tracks your walking, running, and also biking task to assist you get to fitness goals.
Features consist of the ability to establish goals based upon either duration or steps. You can also see extensive progression views throughout the day, receive performance-based referrals for task views goals, and also connect with 3rd-party devices & apps. Continue reading
If you were asking yourself when you would certainly get your practical the current version of Microsoft Office, then rumours have drawn with each other a run of dates, throughout platforms.
1st to hit should be a fuller version of Office for Android, designed to encourage tablet designed users, offering a wider range of productivity alternatives suggest to currently in place in the existing Office Mobile app, to match the Office for iPad experience. Sources talking the ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley have suggest the date of November 2014, & historically, Foley has actually been precise with Microsoft’s plans.
Given that its creation, the Amazon Appstore stood apart, banned from being offered in the official store for Android applications, Google Play, until now … kind of. When Amazon lately upgraded its main Android app, it got a new ‘Games & Apps’ department that duplicates the content found in the standalone Appstore application – successfully making it both needless as well as outdated. Naturally, considering that Amazon’s still delivering apps outside the confines of Google Play, you have to alter your tool’s safety settings to approve downloads from unknown sources to install them. The modification is a welcome one – reducing app clutter’s a good thing – and the ease factor afforded for by this combination ought to have Amazon selling more applications. Still, we’re pretty sure that’s not nearly enough to balance the Fire phone’s hit to the company’s bottom line.
Facebook on Thursday has begun turning out a new layout for the Photos part on its Android and also iOS applications, and also has actually likewise included a new “Uploads” tab.
The new design in the Facebook application (First Stated by Techcrunch), now shows a new collage-style concept in the Photos area and also in the new Uploads tab, increasing the size of the most-liked images amongst them. Because of the automated selection technique that highlights these images based upon the number of likes, there is no way for the customer to un-highlight these images. Continue reading