Interface refresh lets the app scale well on devices with a range of screen sizes
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a major update to Instagram, but an update slated to be released today is going to give the photography app a fresh look and improved performance. The main focus is under-the-hood peformance — Instagram says that the profile screen will load twice as fast in the latest version, and the app itself is now [Read More...]
Update to roll out today via Google Play
BlackBerry has taken to Twitter and announced that we’ll be seeing an update for BBM sometime today. The update should address emoticons in status updates, problems with web links, and more.
We’re not sure what the “more” is about just yet, and not sure exactly when to expect the update, but it’s always good to fix issues and keep users happy. You can look for the update, or [Read More...]
Starting a hangout or sending an email now just one click away when typing someone’s name
Quickly getting ahold of people just got a bit easier in the latest build of Chrome OS. Complete contact search is now integrated into the Chrome OS launcher, letting you quickly message or email people by hitting the search key and starting to type their name just as you would an app or web search. The list automatically populates with [Read More...]
A quick heads up, folks, that the official Pebble app got an update Saturday evening to address a couple of major bugs.
Here’s the changelog:
Stability improvements throughout the app Fix issue in which users were stuck at “Starting installation…” during setup
We wouldn’t go so far to say that the app’s now what we’d expect from Pebble — it’s still way more sluggish and a little unwieldy than we’d like. But these are good fixes, and [Read More...]
Endomondo today announced version 10.0 of its popular fitness application, adding a wealth of new features both on-screen and behind the scenes.
Let’s break ‘em down:
Bluetooth Low Energy — This is the big one, allowing for better connections to Bluetooth devices while conserving battery on your smartphone. Endomondo says some 200 beta testers helped get this one ready to go. Better graphics for premium and pro users. (Note the ads on the free version you see [Read More...]
Update promises a plethora of new features and has something for everyone
Plague, Inc. has grown to over 25 million players, and a big reason why is the updates. By the time you have the current version mastered, the folks at Ndemic have a new update ready to go that not only enhances the gameplay, but brings along new content. Gamers just love new content. The “Mutation 8″ update will be no different, and brings plenty to the [Read More...]
… And that, folks, is that.
Download the update at the link above.
Portuguese and US Spanish added to the offline options, but are still the old low quality versions
Google’s Text-to-Speech, the app that powers speech output on Android devices in a whole range of apps, was updated today to include higher-quality voice options for those who speak English. For those who have their phones set to U.S. English, you now have the option to download a “Female (high quality)” voice that takes up [Read More...]
View multiplayer invites, see who is playing what, and discover fun new games
Google has pushed out a sizable update for Google Play Games today (yay, Wednesday!) and the changes finally make the app worth using. There are three major changes, and they are ones that I think everyone is going to like.
See invitations for multiplayer games See who’s playing a game Search for something fun to play in Find [Read More...]