Tag Archive: Design


YouTube Music gets new library design inspired by Play Music

The Artists list is now automatically populated based on the songs in your library.

What you need to know Google is pushing out an update to the YouTube Music library. It now works a bit more like Google Play Music used to. Songs you add to your library will now have their artists automatically added to the Artists list.

While a valiant effort by Google to take on the likes of Spotify, YouTube Music clearly needs a  [Read More…]

Samsung’s newest tablet brings LTE and a compact design for just $279

There aren’t any Wi-Fi only options though.

What you need to know Samsung has launched the 2020 Galaxy Tab A 8.4 for $ 279 Priding itself on portability, it is available only with LTE. It’s also available to purchase on Samsung’s web-store, albeit a Verizon variant. Other carriers are coming in the following weeks.

Samsung has just announced its new Galaxy Tab A 8.4 which comes with LTE included. It’ll set you back $ 279 at launch,  [Read More…]

Dear Samsung, please copy Apple’s new iPad Pro keyboard design!

Tablet keyboards suck, and a fresh way might be the right way.

Happy Saturday-ing at home, peeps! Today we’re going to talk about tablets!

It seems like most people on the Android side of tech aren’t really into tablets, not even the ones who run things at Google. I fall into that category, but a big reason why is that they really aren’t that great when you try to get any work done with one. You need  [Read More…]

Facebook unveils new design for its Messenger app

Discover and chat bots are out, speed and simplicity is in.

What you need to know A report has revealed Facebook’s plans to overhaul its Messenger app. Developer screenshots show that the Discover tab is on its way out. Chat bots, business and games are being hidden from view, and chat bots are being demoted.

A new report has revealed Facebook’s plans to overhaul its Messenger app, an update Facebook says will begin rolling out shortly.

As  [Read More…]

Diablo IV’s first quarterly update provides UI design insight and more

The first quarterly update of several updates to come shares some interesting details.

What you need to know Blizzard Entertainment is bringing a series of quarterly updates for Diablo IV. In the February 2020 quarterly update, Blizzard developers talk about the UI design and controller support. An enemy faction, the Cannibals, are also detailed.

Diablo IV is still a ways off from release and Blizzard Entertainment has begun to share quarterly updates on the development and design  [Read More…]

OneDrive for Android gets a design overhaul, including dark mode

OneDrive for Android has a fresh new look and quite a few new features in its latest update.

What you need to know OneDrive for Android has a new update that overhauls its design and brings several new features. The app now has a dark mode, new icons, and a revamped search experience. The update is rolling out now through the Google Play Store.

Microsoft released an update for OneDrive on Android today that brings an overhauled  [Read More…]

Supposed OnePlus 8 Pro leak shows off key specs and design in live images

Snapdragon 865, 12GB RAM, 256 GB ROM, and more.

What you need to know Reliable tipster Ishan Agarwal tweeted out some supposed images of the upcoming OnePlus 8 Pro. The photos come from Snapchat and show a strikingly similar design to previously leaked renders of the device. There was also a leaked screenshot revealing some key specs of the OnePlus 8 Pro.

Several OnePlus 8 models are slated to be released later this year in May, but  [Read More…]

Google Maps turns 15, gets a design refresh and new features

Google will also be rolling out an update to the Live View feature within Maps later this year.

What you need to know Google Maps is celebrating its 15th birthday. To celebrate, Google has introduced a new icon for Maps, along with a few new features. The updated Google Maps app with the new look will begin rolling out on both iOS and Android today.

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Peak Design Everyday Backpack v2 review: My new daily carry

I’ve been using Peak Design bags for years. I bought an Everyday Backpack in 2017 after reading almost universally glowing reviews, and watched it quickly become the bag on just about every tech blogger’s back at press events and trade shows.

Seriously, I can’t tell you how many times someone on the Android Central team has grabbed the wrong Everyday Backpack on their way out during work trips and had to turn around, and with CES right around  [Read More…]

Galaxy Buds+ render leaks out and shows no change in design

The newest wireless buds from Samsung were seen in the code for its smart home app SmartThings.

What you need to know The update to the Galaxy Buds doesn’t appear to have any physical changes in design. Galaxy Buds+ will likely launch when Samsung announces the new Galaxy S11 devices. One of the most exciting updates for these buds is the potential for active noise canceling.

The Galaxy Buds from Samsung were first announced with the Galaxy  [Read More…]