There’s another Robin flying this way. Moments ago, Nextbit announced its first phone is being sold in a new color that we saw teased in recent weeks; however, you’ll need to act quick as they’re not producing many units of the Robin in Ember.
The Play Store is a distribution center for millions of different apps. And because of that sheer amount available, it can be difficult for developers to get their apps in front of an audience. Google is looking to help improve that today through search by adding new app categories that developers can classify their apps as.
When BlackBerry was flying high in its heyday, one of the benefits of the devices was how well they played with corporate IT environments, especially the heightened security requirements. Since then the company has tumbled, but recently has been trying to make a comeback on the back of Android powered devices. Today BlackBerry officially announced the launch of the new BlackBerry DTEK50, which the company describes as “the world’s most secure Android smartphone.” Read more
BlackBerry has yet to officially announce its upcoming and second Android-powered smartphone, but a product page for the device was accidentally published online and showed us some new images.
When the OnePlus 3 launched last month, OnePlus showed off the phone both in graphite and gold color options. When the phone launched, however, we were only given the option to purchase the graphite model. Fans of the OnePlus 3 have been wondering when they would finally be able to get their hands on this allusive gold version, and it looks like we finally have an answer.
It will be launching on July 26.
Prisma, the popular application that turns your photos into artwork, has finally launched on Android. The app was previously an iOS exclusive and was met with great popularity.