Tag Archive: Apps


Learn to develop apps for Android Oreo for just $34!

Have you always dreamt of developing your own apps for Android, but simply don’t have the knowledge or the tools needed to get started? And with every new Android release, you feel like you’re just falling further behind in reaching those dreams. But that doesn’t have to be the case.

You need to take advantage of this great offer by from Android Central Digital Offers. You can get the Complete Android Oreo with Kotlin Bundle for just $  [Read More…]

Best VR apps for exercise

It doesn’t have to look like exercise, it can look like fun!

Sometimes you need motivation to work out, and there’s no problem with that. All it takes is a distraction to make exercise feel less like work and more like fun, and VR can be perfect for those distractions. All you really need is an exercise routine you’re comfortable with repeating, and you’re good to go!

We’ve got a couple of ideas for how you can  [Read More…]

New Android 8.0 Oreo feats: launching the Google Assistant from within apps

Released last week, Android 8.0 Oreo brings with it a host of new features and upgrades. One that was recently discovered by the folks of xda-developers in some code on the Android Developers website reveals an interesting possibility – soon users will be able to open Google Assistant from within their apps. Right now you […]

Best fantasy football apps for Android

Football season is back, baby!

The kickoff to the 2017 NFL season is rapidly approaching, and from office leagues to public leagues, we’re sure there’s a lot of you looking to get in on the fantasy action. We’ve gathered up our favorite Android apps to help you dominate this year’s fantasy football draft (and hopefully, the season that follows it)! You’ll find plenty of options here, each letting you drill down into player statistics, latest news, and  [Read More…]

Best NFL apps for Android

Football season is coming.

Summer is almost over, and as the weather starts to cool down we all know it’s time for beer, snacks, a pigskin, and rooting for your favorite team. As they duke it out to see who will rule the 2017 NFL season, you’re going to want to watch as much as you can. Things kick off on September 7th, but you can make sure you’re prepared to see every play with a few  [Read More…]

Three great apps for your Merge Cube

Explore the shiny new world os Augmented Reality with these apps!

The Merge Cube from Merge VR is a real treat! At just $ 15 it opens up augmented reality in a way haven’t really seen before and, although it is fairly new there are a handful of fun apps you might enjoy.

We have whittled them down to the top 3 you should try and a bonus one that’s in trial. These 3 Apps are in  [Read More…]

Here’s why sideloading apps is safer with Android O

Sideloading apps is safer than ever with Android O.

Android has always had a default restriction on installing apps that didn’t come from a first party app store. Apps from Google Play or a manufacturer’s store like Samsung Apps are deemed to be more trustworthy and safe, so they are considered first party app stores, but apps you downloaded from the internet or from another marketplace are not. While the setting was easily disabled, this was the first line  [Read More…]

How to enable and use Instant Apps on Android

Instant Apps make it easier to get things done on Android without downloading apps. Here’s how.

Instant Apps are a neat idea: instead of downloading an app from the Play Store that takes time, resources and, in many countries, expensive mobile data, it allows Android users running Marshmallow and above (and soon Lollipop, too) to “try before you buy.” Since rolling out to all developers earlier this year, Google says that 500 million Android devices have access  [Read More…]

Instant Apps now on 500 million Android devices

Instant Apps now available on 500 million Android devices.

Instant Apps are a way for developers to provide a lightweight, modularized portion of their full app experience when a user opens specific search results. The user has to enable Instant Apps in the Settings menu before the feature will work, however. Announced at Google I/O 2016, the feature was made available to all developers after this year’s I/O.

Android Police reports the feature is now available to  [Read More…]

Google’s Instant Apps are now supported on over 500 million Android devices

Back in May, Google opened up Instant Apps for all developers. Instant Apps, which were introduced during last year’s Google I/O 2017, allow people to use apps on their Android devices without installation. They’re basically smaller subsets of your app that allow single pages or features of the app to be downloaded and accessed on […]