It’s pretty clear Facebook wants us to download its Messenger application to chat with friends. However, it hasn’t been made mandatory. Soon, Facebook may require you to install Facebook Messenger to chat, making it not possible in the Facebook application nor on its mobile site.
On June 2, Samsung unveiled its latest wearable focused on health and fitness. The Gear Fit 2, which obviously a successor to 2014’s Gear Fit, comes with a refreshed design and upgraded internals.
Hit the break for the spec sheet.
Dieting and trying to improve your nutrition is a difficult task. Changing your mindset with food and watching how much you’re taking in will never be easy, but it doesn’t have to be that hard. Smartphone apps have made our lives much easier in a myriad of areas, and one of those specifically is fitness and nutrition. Android has a ton of applications geared towards helping you get healthy.
Whether you’re looking for a calorie counter, a food lookup database, a guide to different types of foods, or even something for setting up meal plans, there’s something on this list for you. One thing to keep in mind is that these tools make it more convenient to watch your calories and what you’re eating, but they won’t get you healthy by themselves. You’ve got to put in the work in this new journey if you want to succeed, just like anything.
And without further ado, here are the best nutrition apps for Android:
As reported before, Huawei has high hopes for the future. Their goal is to surpass the number of smartphone shipments from rival Apple, which would put the company in second for marketshare. Huawei also wants to eventually pass Samsung to become the largest smartphone dealer in the world.
Is it time to renew your VPN subscription? You might be interested in this deal that will secure a lifetime sub to Hotspot Shield Elite VPN at a very large discount, which means you’ll never have to worry about renewing a subscription again. Read more
The majority of us here at Talk Android believe that Android TV has seen its better days, and Google Cast will seemingly take over. Google doesn’t seem committed to Android TV like they were when the first introduced the platform. With that said, along with the recent removing of the Nexus Player from the Google Store, many of us thought the end for the Android TV platform was near. However, a new report caught us by surprise suggesting the release of a successor to the Nexus Player we all know.
This weekend soccer fans in the U.S., including those traveling in from around the globe, will enjoy the start of the Copa América Centenario tournament. Capitalizing on this special event, Sprint has teamed up with Uber in a special promotion that will benefit the carrier’s customers who need to get to one of the event stadiums to catch a match. Sprint users who hitch a ride using Uber will get 50% off, up to $25, their Uber ride fee. Read more
A handful of images of the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 6 has been posted online, showing off both the front and back of the upcoming handset.
Google has toyed with beta apps on the Play Store for a while, but now they’re finally getting in on the action themselves. Google Maps has been opened up for anyone to join the beta, which means you’ll get prerelease builds of the app that may or may not be 100% functional in exchange for helping Google squash bugs so the newer versions can go live for the rest of us. Read more
We’ve heard rumors of a new Honor device for a little while, and now its seems that Huawei’s budget brand is gearing up to take the virtual wraps off a new product on Monday, June 20th. Join us after the break for more details. Read more