Motorola is currently pushing out an update for its official Camera application via the Play Store. This upgrade doesn’t transport much with regards to new features, but it does bring an appearance transformation that complies with Google’s recently-announced Material Design guidelines, in addition to a multitude of bug fixes.
Online leaker LlabTooFeR has taken to his Twitter page yet again to share with us another wallpaper from the upcoming HTC One (M9) before its release on March 1. Just like the fourteen others we’ve already seen, the fifteenth stock background appears to have been designed with the same blurred landscape theme in mind.
Hit the break below to see the fifteenth wallpaper in all its glory.
Earlier today, an unannounced Sony-branded tablet passed through the United States of America’s official certification authority — the FCC. Information included in the brief filing documentation reveals that we could be looking at the new Galaxy Tab 4 Lite 7.0 LTE.
In time for the 2015 season, the MLB At Bat app has a brand new look that follows the recommended design guidelines provided by Google. The core of the app remains unchanged but its appearance certainly has. MLB At Bat, which now features Material Design, features a smooth look and fluid animations due to the update. Pages for all thirty teams and the app’s scoreboard have been redone on phones. Tablet users will likely see those changes in a coming update, but for now they can still enjoy Material Design’s aesthetics.
MLB At Bat allows users to read news, track stats, and watch live games from around the league. Premium features are available for $2.99 per month or $19.99 per year. Subscribers of MLB TV receive premium features at no extra cost.
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As we move ever closer to the Galaxy S 6 and S 6 Edge announcement on Sunday, leaks are coming out of the wood work. Today we’re seeing the new packaged headphones that come with the next generation flagship. The earbuds, almost iPhone-esque — but then again what earbuds aren’t — show off a typical earbud design complete with volume control and microphone.
We’re not sure if they have influence from the partnership with Sennheiser nor if each device will feature the same headphones but we’re a few days away from knowing for sure. We have a gallery after the break. Enjoy.
Someone over on the XDA Forums has posted what are allegedly Samsung applications that will be featured on the upcoming Galaxy S 6. The apps included by user Albe95 are Optical Reader, Geo News, Gear Manager, and Kids Mode. The layout and amount of text seems simplified while a wide amount of colors are still being used. Basically, TouchWiz looks like less of a circus while maintaining its flavor.
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In a bit of jumping the gun, premium mobile accessory maker Montblanc posted, and has since removed, an announcement that the company will be working with Samsung to offer luxury leather covers for the soon-to-be-announced, Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 Edge. The company
has will be announcing six new covers to cover the shiny new S6 in.
Ingress, an augmented reality game produced by Niantic Labs, a company within Google, has announced support for Android Wear will be released next month. Users with smartwatches running the Android Wear system will have access to quickly see the locations of friendly and enemy portals on their device’s screen. Players will also be able to take actions to either defend or capture those portals as appropriate using the smartwatch interface.
Alongside the Galaxy S 6, Samsung will launch the Galaxy S 6 Edge. The device matches the Galaxy Note Edge in terms of the unique curved edge. Today, what are believed to be official images of the Galaxy S 6 Edge leaked. Each and every angle is on display for the world to see just before the devices becomes official at MWC 2015.
Hit the break to see the leaked images.