NBA 2K15 launched today for Android, but for now, the only official way to get it on your device is through Amazon’s AppStore. It’s unclear how long it’ll be until the game is also available on Google’s Play Store. The new game has greatly improved graphics, a new MyCareer mode that has players work through a storyline for their custom-made character, and a new Pharrell Williams-curated soundtrack.
You can download the app from the Amazon link below.
Google Chrome revolutionized translation tools in web browsers when it first launched, and they’re improving it today with their new Translate extension. With the new extension, instead of translating the entire page as was required in the past, you can just translate certain parts of the page by highlighting, right clicking, and choosing “Google Translate”.
The extension is available in the Chrome Web Store, and is free for use.
Source: Official Chrome Blog
Google+ keeps adding new useful features, and the latest one’s a good one. The social network now allows users to limit their posts to be viewable by only people in a certain age range or geographic location. For example, you can now decide that only users 18+ or 21+ should be able to see your posts, or specify ages on a country-by-country basis.
To start using the feature, all you need to do is visit your page or profile settings, scroll to ‘Audience,’ and choose your desired option. From then on your posts (old and new) will follow your restrictions.
source: +Google+ Your Business
It’s obvious the HTC M8 Eye is really close to launch, considering the leaks we’re getting. An alleged press image, shown above, shows the M8 Eye in all its glory, with the same design as the HTC One (M8), but instead with a stellar 13MP camera and a secondary sensor for depth of field measuring. Aside from those improvements, the same internals as the One (M8) are included, with Snapdragon 801 chipset, 5” 1080p display, and Sense-d Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
The M8 Eye is expected to launch on October 8 alongside an action camera from HTC.
Via: GSM Arena
You might still be waiting for a OnePlus One invite, but you’ll soon be able to get the company’s earphones. OnePlus has introduced new Silver Bullet earphones to accompany their phone, that they claim delivers “powerful and immersive sound while ensuring a compact yet durable feel.” It has a remote and volume control on the wire, and is complemented by a brushed aluminum finish. The earphones will be available beginning next week at $15, but you can try to get a pair for free by heading to the source link and filling out a Google Form for OnePlus’s contest.
For a limited time, dozens of Android apps are absolutely free from Amazon’s AppStore. The apps on sale are of all genres, from games to productivity apps. Among the apps: OfficeSuite Professional 7 ($15 value), Genius Scan+ ($7 value), Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode II ($5 value), and mSecure – Password Manager and Secure Digital Wallet ($10 value). If you’re interested, head to the link below and get downloading.
If you use the internet even occasionally, you’ve definitely heard of #bendgate at this point. As expected, Apple’s competitors have begun taking shots at the tech giant in response to their unintentionally bending phones. Among them is LG, who recently sent out a tweet with a picture of their intentionally curved LG Flex, with a tagline of “Our phone doesn’t bend, it flexes…on purpose. #bendgate.” Check out the tweet via the source link.
The new Motorola commercials for their new devices are pretty good, but that’s to expect from Motorola’s marketing team. If you’re interested in seeing just how the commercials were created, Motorola has released a behind-the-scenes video, which you can see past the break. It’s actually really cool and worth the watch.
Right now, Motorola’s Moto 360 watch is only offered in silver and black, but could that be changing soon? The company posted a promo image recently, which you can see above, that clearly shows a gold framed watch, but when asked, they responded generically with “Although we can’t comment on gold specifically, we’re always exploring new materials and we intend to provide Moto 360 in a selection of styles in the future.”
So they didn’t deny it, and it seems pretty probable that we’ll see more customization options for the watch. We’ll just have to wait and see when they’ll appear, however.
Source: Android Police
Boost Mobile Moto G users, it’s your lucky day. Android 4.4.4 is on its way to your devices. The update includes the newest version of KitKat, an update to the camera which allows you to pause video with a new button on the viewfinder, an updated dialer user interface, and the new Motorola Alert app, which sends periodic alerts with your location to your selected contacts.
To download the update, you need at least 50% battery and Wi-Fi once you get the notification to download.