LG announces G4 will begin receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow update from next week


Ever since Google officially announced Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the world last month, we’ve been waiting to see which manufacturer will be the first (other than Google and its Android One partners, of course) to update its devices to this latest version of Android. Thanks to a press release issued earlier today, it would appear that LG has sprung out of the traps ahead of the pack, by announcing that its G4 handset will be the world’s first handset to receive the Marshmallow update.

Electronic Arts releases a new game in partnership with Illumination Entertainment called ‘Minions Paradise’


Minion Paradise’ is a new game for Android and iOS released by Electronic Arts in partnership with  Illumination Entertainment, the creators of the Minions movie franchise. The app takes you in an adventure, as a silly minion named Phil, is responsible for the sinking of an entire cruise ship. To compensate for his mistake, he decides to turn the deserted tropical island in which the minions crash on into the perfect vacation resort destination. Your goal is to help Phil transform this island into the perfect tropical resort.

Samsung’s begun work on Android 6.0 for many of its flagship devices


Android Marshmallow is making its way to Nexus handsets, and it leaves many wondering when Android 6.0 will hit their devices. There’s a lot of factors that go into preparing a new Android version for phones like the LG G4, Galaxy S6, and so on, thus the long wait for the latest flavor of Android. However, SamMobile, with the help of some inside sources, was able to get their hands on a list of devices that are expected to receive Marshmallow.

Google Creative Labs releases ‘Meter’ live wallpaper that displays real-time phone stats


Google Creative Labs has just released another of their so-called “Android Experiments”, this time however, instead of an app, they created a live wallpaper that displays real-time info of your smartphone’s stats. This includes signal strength, notification count, and battery life, and uses colorful and cool-looking geometric shapes that adaptively change.