There’s no such thing as having too many apps on your smartphone, am I right? And sure, while you’ll always have your favourite apps, there’s so many others to try out, perhaps you are bored of your current game or you are looking at trying our a new fitness tracker. Whatever your needs, Amazon have probably got you covered with its latest collection of free apps worth a combined $105.
Nokia may have manufactured some of the world’s most recognisable phones in years gone by, but that side of its business came to a grinding halt when it sold its devices unit to Microsoft a while back. Luckily, the Finnish company is no one-trick-pony and has its fingers in a few other pies. One of its main interests is in the telecommunications field, and Nokia has just announced the acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent for $15.6 billion.
Samsung has been trying its best to get updates out to all of its devices this update cycle, and the next on the sweet software upgrade list is the Galaxy Alpha and Galaxy S5 Active.
This Friday, Amazon will be releasing Season One of Orphan Black on its Amazon Prime app for free—even if you don’t have a Prime membership!
Google has updated the Chrome application to version 42, bringing a couple new features and some performance improvements.
Google released their Handwriting Input app, which is yet another way to enter text onto your device. If finger input, voice commands or even swype isn’t for you, then you can try this new method out by actually handwriting your letters and words. The app supports in upwards of 82 languages and I’m sure more will come in time. The cool thing about this is that it even registers emojis, so you can happily draw out those happy faces.
If you want more info on this new app, check out the source link below along with a direct link to its Play Store page!
Thanks a recently developed partnership between Samsung and Uber, owners of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge who reside in the United States will be able to enjoy a free taxi journey up to the value of $25 through the company’s Galaxy Gifts mobile application.
ATLANTA, April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Cricket Wireless announces the new Samsung Galaxy S® 6 will be available in its stores and on cricketwireless.com, beginning April 24. This amazing smartphone retails for$649.99, but thanks to Cricket’s new Phone Payment Plans*, customers can get the Galaxy S 6 for $19.99 initial phone payment, with approved credit, and a smartphone plan. Alternatively, customers can take advantage of Cricket’s 90 days same-as-cash payment option after a $49.99 initial payment, and no credit check.
Samsung has teamed up with online fashion blog Refinery29 to create a new virtual reality series, called Fashionably Bound, which is expected to make its way to the South Korean company’s Milk VR application later this week.
Earlier today, an unannounced Huawei smartphone made a pitstop at the United States of America’s official certification authority — the FCC. Information included in the brief filing documentation reveals that we are probably looking at a US variant of the company’s recently-announced flagship device, the P8.