It’s a whole new world you’re about to see.
It’s a whole new world you’re about to see.
They’re the same thing, but the original is now in second place.
Although Google is playing catch up with its mobile payments app, Android Pay, the platform received a nice boost today. Android Pay will now be able to hook up with several banks from around the world as a new payment option for users, joining VISA and Mastercard options.
Rather than replacing it with something entirely new, Instagram is simply using an existing idea for its user-to-user messaging feature’s next phase.
With Android O being released to developers and an almost certain release to the public later this year, password manager app maker LastPass has been busy at work getting their platform ready for the upgrade. One of the new features coming to Android O that the LastPass developers are looking forward to is the new set of Autofill APIs. LastPass thinks the use of these APIs will help them increase security and expand the features available through their app when used on an Android device.
Currently one of the big three television streaming services available is Sling TV, a platform that we gave solid marks to in our review. As one of the first services out of the gate to emulate traditional, live TV and cable service via the Internet, Sling TV offers a solid line-up of content and a stable, consistent user interface across a wide variety of devices. One of Sling TV’s newer features is their Cloud DVR service which has only been available for Amazon devices during its initial release period. Today Sling TV announced they are enabling Cloud DVR “First Look” service on Roku and Android devices.
Minecraft announced today a new Marketplace feature, a place where Pocket and Windows 10 players will be able to download and play community add-ons within the game.
In 2016, Duo burst onto the scene as Google’s consumer-focused platform for video calling. Like anything, new features were added over time to improve the entire experience. It was only a couple of weeks ago when the company started testing audio calling for Duo in a single market. And one Google employee just revealed that testing has ended.
Screenshots are the one of the easiest ways to share information with your friends, and Google wants to help make that a better experience. Some users are beginning to see some screenshot tools go live in their Google apps today, which is completely separate from Google Assistant’s extra screenshot functionality.
Twitter is a massive platform with smartphone adoption reaching 3.8 billion at the end of 2016. With millions of active users daily, and the ever increasing amount of multimedia being shared across the web and app versions, Twitter can easily consume more data than you may want. Just announced to save the day comes Twitter Lite, which is a version of the mobile web experience that promises to reduce data usage by up to 70%. Let’s see what’s new.
You might remember late last year when Google announced an extremely lightweight version of YouTube that didn’t use much data called YouTube Go. You probably also remember that it was exclusively going to launch in India.
Bad news is that it’s still only slated for India, but good news is that it’s available in beta on the Indian Play Store!
Football games are going to be streamed live by Amazon later this year. The online retailer agreed to a deal with the NFL for ten football games to be placed on Prime Video during the 2017 season.
Today, YouTube TV debuts in five major U.S. cities as Google prepares itself for battle in the live television streaming race. It’s a sign that, before fully going against experienced competitors, YouTube TV will be fine-tuned before a nationwide release. Google wants to ensure everything is working properly before the masses can join the service and enjoy live video streaming from major television channels from any device.
Many people want a second number, but they don’t want a second phone. It’s probably better to avoid using your personal number for work, while dating, and on select public services where you don’t know who you’re communicating with. Your number is a piece of highly sensitive information. So you shouldn’t just hand it out easily. You need to communicate with a number that doesn’t get traced back to you. It’s backup, and we’re here to help.
Now, at Hushed, you can get lifetime access to a second number on your phone at a price exclusive to Talk Android and its readers.
As folks start to dig into the operations and details of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, in particular the user interface, some new tweaks and features are starting to surface. The latest one appears to be driven by a desire to ease iOS users into the world of Android, although it is conceivable there are Android users out there who just may prefer it this way. This feature is a toggle switch to either use an app drawer or just put all app icons on the homescreen similar to iOS.