If you’ve been waiting for a deal on the Nexus 6, T-Mobile is offering a $48 discount on all variants of the phone with a promo code. With the Nexus 6 being so new (and relatively expensive for a Nexus device) you might want to take advantage of this before it goes away.
The promo code NEXUS6DEAL will save you $48 when buying either a 32 GB or 64 GB Nexus 6, but it looks like they’re only offering the blue colored device. Still, for almost a full $50 off, that might be enough to convince you to not worry too much about the color of the phone.
Google Fiber was initially started off in Kansas City, Kansas followed by Kansas City, Missouri. It was then made available in regions of Austin, Texas and Provo, Utah as well. Today, Google has announced the rollout of Fiber in Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville and Raleigh-Durham.
Another launcher available on Android Wear devices has debuted in the Play Store. SWApp Launcher Wear makes it possible for users to launch apps on their watch, from their watch, and perform actions with both. There are a fair amount of actions that can be done with SWApp Launcher Wear on either the watch or the phone. From the watch, users can select to keep the display on or choose a flashlight mode that transitions it to white. The phone actions include toggling WiFi, WiFi hotspot, and sound. It also includes a FindMyPhone feature.
SWApp Launcher Wear is available for free and works with any Android Wear device.
For years, developers flocked to iOS with apps and games because of profitability. Device owners within the Apple ecosystem spent more money than anywhere else and that made advertisers target iOS too. All of that is changing now, though, as developers are seeing Android’s profitability become comparable to iOS in some areas.
Snapchat has just begun rolling out an update for its official Android application via the Play Store. In terms of added functionality, the upgrade brings the inclusion of a brand new Discover feature, together with the usual multitude of bug fixes, stability improvements and speed optimizations.
Pushbullet has revealed its latest suite of applications, but this time they’re designed purely for iPad, Mac, and Safari. Just like its Android client, these apps for Apple products allow users to copy and paste text across multiple devices, mirror notifications from their smartphone to their computer, and instantly transfer files, links and photographs between hardware regardless of its operating system.
Hit the break below to see Pushbullet’s new apps in action.
Chinese phone manufacturer Vivo is notoriously renowned for its exceptionally thin high-end smartphones, but now it looks like the company is ready to bring the revolutionary technology it used to produce the world’s thinnest Android-powered handset to the budget-friendly market.
Earlier today, an unannounced Vivo smartphone, named the X5 Max L, passed through China’s official certification database. In terms of design, the handset looks to be extremely similar to the X5 Max, but measures in a little thicker at 5.1mm.
The Wall Street Journal has intercepted some news that Google is planning on announcing four new cities to receive its gigabit internet service, Fiber, this week. The lucky four? Well, if you’re a resident of Nashville, TN, Atlanta, GA, Charlotte, NC, or Raleigh, NC, the spotlight is on you!
When asked for a comment about Google Fiber spreading to these cities, Google declined to comment ahead of the official announcements. It has been confirmed through a variety of sources that the first of these announcements is expected to happen today.