Tag Archive: Support

Fly Delta app updated with support for Android Wear

The Fly Delta app got a big update today, and bundled in the list of changes is support for Android Wear. That gets us excited, but there are also some bug fixes and smaller features that we don’t want to forget.

IFTTT adds Android Wear support

IFTTT android wear

If you’re a fan of Android Wear and the popular automation service IFTTT, you’re in luck. IFTTT for Android has just updated with Android Wear support!

For those who aren’t familiar with the service, IFTTT is a utility app that allows an action to automatically happen when something else takes place. In this case, the trigger for Android Wear is to tap a button,  [Read More...]

Google is now delaying support for seamlessly switching between languages on the fly with its Google Now search. Originally planned for a roll-out within the next few days, the feature is now delayed for a launch later this summer due to the discovery of some last minute bugs.

Android Studio is a development environment that’s been in testing since last year, and has just recently emerged from alpha status and is moving into beta. A bit part of the update is to support the Android L preview that was released at Google I/O, but Studio also has early support for Android Wear and Android TV as well. This includes templates, layout rendering, and everything else you need to get cooking.

[Read More...]

Google Voice quietly adds emoji support

With no official confirmation or announcement from Google, we are noticing that emoji support has been quietly added to Google Voice. The lack of emoji support was noticed even as recently as a few days ago with several of our editors noticing white square boxes in lieu of emoji when messages containing these whimsical characters would have appeared. With the addition of emoji, at least test messages sent using Google Voice will appear on par with  [Read More...]

The Moto 360 will support Qi wireless charging

We’ve yet to see the Moto 360 come across the FCC’s testing docket, but its charger? That just scurried across the test bench — with the Moto 360 itself in tow as “Test support equipment.” Normally a standard plug-in charger would not find itself under scrutiny from the FCC, after all they’re all about things that transmit through the air. Which it would seem this very Qi charger does.

[Read More...]


Blu Products is one of our favourite trendy brands featuring a variety of devices to meet the needs of smartphone consumers alike. AndroidGuys had a chance to have some of our top questions answered by BLU’s Chief Executive Officer, Samuel Ohev-Zion.

Our Questions Answered

In a growing world of “bigger is better” and “spec wars”, what products  [Read More...]

UK mobile operator EE has today announced trials for calls to be held over Wi-Fi will commence later this year. The trial is part of a £275 million investment in advanced voice capabilities, helping connect more rural parts of the UK who don’t have the strongest levels of signal with EE. Launching the trial later this year, EE has also upgraded both 2G and 3G sites to handle the increased data usage across the network and  [Read More...]

Lynda had updated its Android app to bring learning to the big screen. Adding Chromecast support to Lynda‘s Android app, you can now see Lynda’s content on your HDTV with Google’s Chromecast dongle rather than on the smaller display of your phone or tablet. In addition to Chromecast support, there are also a number of new features that will make it easy to learn on the go.

[Read More...]

Android podcast apps with Chromecast support

bannerfans_11710985 (3)

Here at Androidguys we love the Chromecast and were massive fans of all the cool casting apps that make this tiny device what it is but this little streaming dongle is not just limited to beaming photos and on-line media up onto the TV. If you’ve got any kind of sound system hooked up to your TV and a Chromecast wedged in the back  [Read More...]