Google is working hard to make YouTube Gaming one of the most popular apps for live-streaming games. Today, the company announced it will be adding new functionalities associated with Google Play Games.
Google Now On Tap is one of the most anticipated features of Marshmallow. Recently, Google rolled out update v5.3 to its Google Search application. This will bring Now On Tap support to those running the M Dev Preview 3.
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Today, Google is officially rolling out its new contact-less payment system ‘Android Pay.’ For Wallet users, Google has informed us that the service isn’t going away. In fact, an all-new wallet application has been added to the Play Store already. With Android Pay, users will be able to transfer payments through apps as well as in stores using NFC terminals.
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Each month, Google organizes the distribution of Android into a very simple pie chart. The data shows which the versions of Android that are still active on device’s today. On Monday, Google finished collecting data for September 2015. Things are how you’d expect them to be: Lollipop is still growing while KitKat is the most popular version of Android.
It would seem that many of us are quite familiar with the mobile messaging app, WhatsApp, considering it has just reached the milestone of 900 million monthly users. The achievement was announced by WhatsApp founder, Jan Koum, via a Facebook post. Coincidentally, Facebook purchased WhatsApp last year for around $19 billion.
Almost all the biggest tech companies are joining together to create a new royalty free video format. Amazon, Cisco, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Mozilla and Netflix plan on making this new format to revolutionize the internet.
India’s Micromax is currently developing its own forked version of Android for future smartphones and devices. The operating system will reportedly work across platforms such as wearables, televisions and tablets. Micromax co-founder, Vikas Jain, told The Economic Times that the first smartphones with the new operating system will be available by the end of this financial year and will be affordably priced.
While many OnePlus 2 fans are still waiting to get their hands on an actual device thanks to the slow rollout of invites, OnePlus has been busy with its OxygenOS firmware, announcing its first over-the-air (OTA) update that bumps the firmware to version 2.0.1. The OTA includes security patches, bug fixes and other improvements, and we have the changelog after the break.
Today Google took its wraps off the name for the next iteration Android operating system. Marshmallow was announced earlier this year at the company’s annual developers conference. The update will bring many improvements to battery consumption, app permissions, Google Now and much more.