There’s also evidence of an alarm clock feature coming soon.
Google Play Music version 7.4 boasts a ton of helpful updates that will surely please those of you who utilize the service daily.
The size of the actual Play Music store app has been reduced by ten percent, though at 18MB, it’s still a hefty app. Google also added a Recents option to the main menu of the Play Music [Read More…]
Long live the King!
The first ever Google Play Indie Games contest has wrapped up with UK developers Nerial winning twice over for their outstanding game Reigns. This comes as little surprise to us: Reigns is a fantastic game and one of our favorites of 2016.
On top of winning the overall prize, Reigns also won the Unity prize, which provides Nerial with a 12-month subscription to Unity’s professional game development platform.
We took another look at [Read More…]
HTC’s latest devices are set to go on sale in India next month.
A month after their global debut, HTC has launched its latest devices in India. The U Ultra will be available in the country for ₹59,990 ($ 900) starting March 6, and the U Play is set to retail for ₹39,990 ($ 600), with availability kicking off from March 6. HTC is bundling a one-year insurance — which covers liquid and physical damage — with [Read More…]
It’s time to throw out the Gingerbread, it’s finally gone stale.
Android Gingerbread and Android Honeycomb are over six years old — in fact, Android Honeycomb turns 7 next week — and they are finally losing support from the Google Play Services framework. Google Developers announced back in November that 10.0 would be the last SDK version to support to support them, and with this week’s Google Play Services 10.2, they have officially been left behind.
It’s real, and it’s awesome.
Samsung gear VR owners can now use Google Cardboard apps through their preferred headset, instead of having to switch back and forth between a Cardboard viewer and something else. It’s pretty easy to set up, and our friends over at VRHeads have everything you need to get started with every version of the Gear VR. Enjoy!
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Can I play PC games on my PSVR?
Sony’s entry into the virtual reality world has so far been a hit — their head-mounted display is as comfortable as they get, and the library of quality games continues to grow. For some of you, however, PlayStation VR games might not be enough. Besides, you have that enormous Steam library sitting there just begging to be played.
Thanks to the developers of Odd Sheep Games and their software, [Read More…]
War. War never changes — but Google’s mind does.
There is some indication that Google is pulling the Google Now Launcher from the Play Store sometime before the end of March 2017 (Q1). Besides trying to find out more details about this one, we’re also left wondering why?
Let’s start at the beginning. The Google Now Launcher is a home screen manager that Google made using the Android launcher code as a base. Originally only for the [Read More…]
You’re going to want to keep your finger on the trigger for this one.
The original John Wick film surprised a lot of people by how deeply entertaining it turned out to be. It’s the perfect action film for this generation, and if the trailers are any indication the sequel is going to follow in its footsteps. As much fun as it will be to sit in the theater and watch John Wick do his thing, the [Read More…]
Motorola’s Moto G4’s budget smartphone lineup has been received extremely well by consumers everywhere. So it’s no wonder Motorola and Lenovo are looking to unveil the next-gen Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus during MWC 2017 in Barcelona next month. The Moto G5 Plus already leaked a while ago complete with images and a few