Tag Archive: Updated


PlanetPron app for Android updated with Material UI and new features [NSFW]

This post is about a great update to an app designed to look at porn. It’s not safe for work or children, and some readers may find the content offensive.

Really. I don’t want to offend anyone here, I just want to write about an Android app that’s done really well. If you don’t want to read about pornography, please hit your back button and know that we don’t judge you or anyone else.

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Crossy Road gets updated; brings multiplayer into the mix

I’m not a huge mobile gamer, but one of my favorites is Crossy Road. The tap-and-dash game just got a new update that brings a fun little feature: four-person local multiplayer. The gameplay looks like pure chaos- which is great. The trailer shows off the ability to push people around, block their jumps and more.

Google Camera gets updated with Android N features

Google’s Camera app got an update yesterday, and it brings new features from Android N. As long as your Android phone is compatible with version 3.2 of the Camera app, you’re all set to use these features. Along with design changes for the shutter button and camera swap button, you’ll see a hamburger menu with

Google Keep gets updated with Pushbullet-like features

Google is all about the updates today. Following on the heels of Inbox by Gmail and Google Camera, today Google Keep has gotten a few changes as well. First, there’s a handy new Chrome Extension that you can use to send the web page you’re viewing straight to Google Keep. Just click the extension or

Google aims for transparency with updated user data rules on the Chrome Web Store

Google is moving to make sure that users are completely aware of what data is collected from apps and extensions on the Chrome Web Store. In a new blog post, Google outlines some updates to the Chrome Web Store’s User Data Policy that should “ensure transparency and choice” for users.

As part of the changes, Google highlights three main requirements for developers going forward:

Be transparent about the handling of user data and disclose privacy practices Post  [Read More…]

Updated Nexus factory images with April’s security patch are now available

Google has released a batch of factory images for supported Nexus hardware as part of the April security patch roll out. Should you not wish to wait for the OTA release, you can choose to go alone and download the latest images directly from Google to flash your device yourself.

New images have been published for:

Nexus 5X Nexus 5 Nexus 6P Nexus 6 Nexus 9 Nexus 7 (2013) Nexus 10 Nexus Player

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Samsung Galaxy Note Edge on Verizon updated with March security patch

Verizon has started pushing an update with the latest Android platform security patches to the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. Once the update is installed, Galaxy Note Edge users should find themselves current with the March security patch and on software version LRX22C.N915VVRU2BPA4.

As the update has just begun rolling out, it may not show as available for everyone right away. If you haven’t yet received a notification to update your Verizon Galaxy Note Edge, you can go  [Read More…]

When will my Bell smartphone be updated?

Does your Android device have the latest update?

Bell, Canada’s third-largest carrier, doesn’t always make it easy to find out when its smartphones will be updated, but it does keep a comprehensive list of recent improvements.

Unlike Telus and Rogers, Bell doesn’t keep a list of updates, but it does have a listing for every smartphone it’s sold in the past few years, along with that device’s latest update.

To find your phone’s  [Read More…]

When will my Telus smartphone be updated?

Your phone could be updated sooner than you think.

Telus, Canada’s second-largest mobile carrier, is a customer-friendly company, and one of its commitments is to keep Android users informed about when their devices will receive bug fixes, performance improvements, and significant new OS versions.

The company hosts a constantly-updated chart in its forums detailing when the next Galaxy, Moto, Nexus or Alcatel will receive an over-the-air software update, which has helped alleviate a number of emails,  [Read More…]

When will my Rogers smartphone be updated?

Not the most up-to-date, but it’s something.

Rogers is Canada’s largest mobile provider, and releases dozens of new devices every year. And with the inconsistency of Android updates, it’s understandable that its customers would want to know when their handsets will receive significant new updates.

Like Telus, Rogers hosts a chart detailing when forthcoming updates will be made available over the air. Unlike Telus, however, Rogers isn’t particularly good about keeping it updated.

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