If you use Kik Messenger, we have some good news for you.
Due to a recent partnership between location tracking service Glympse and Kik, you’ll now be able to share your location with the person you’re chatting with. You can also request a location from a friend through the app, using Glympse’s software.
Hockey, basketball and the World Cup are over — you know what that means.
That’s right, football season is fast approaching, and fantasy football sites everywhere are opening their doors for faithful fans to register for this year’s game.
In preparation for this season, ESPN has completely overhauled its fantasy football app.
In addition to an all new design, you’ll also now get push notifications when a trade is proposed, injuries take place and points are scored. You can also now manage your league’s draft right from the app — a useful tool if you’re away from home during the draft.
Hit the break for screenshots as well as the link to the app in the Play Store.
Adobe knows that the world is evolving to be mobile-centric, so it order to adapt, it’ll have to continue heavily supporting its mobile applications.
As a result, the company has updated Photoshop Express on both Android and iOS to add blemish removal and defogging tools. Most importantly, perhaps, is the added ability to import RAW files for editing. You can do all of this for free — just head to the link after the break to download the app from the Play Store.
If you’re an Angry Birds addict, here’s some good news.
Angry Birds Star Wars 2 has received its “Master Your Destiny” update, which added 30 new levels to the hit game — 15 for the birds side, 15 for the pigs side.
Microsoft is opening a beta-testing program for its OneNote app on Android — any user can join, all you have to do is sign up with Microsoft’s new beta program.
After you sign up, Microsoft will push out an update to you for OneNote. You’ll get a whole bunch of new features — just make sure to give some feedback!
Microsoft will even accept suggestions from users for ways to improve the app in the future.
Music fans who enjoy checking out the videos that artists put out to go along with their music may want to check out Vevo which released a major update to their Android app this week. Moving the app up to version 2.0, the update brings a new interface design that includes a real-time news feed. Vevo has also tried to step up the ability of the app to identify music videos that may be of interest to users based on what they have been listening to.
Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S 5 on the Sprint network may notice they have an update waiting to be installed. If they don’t have a notification yet, it should be showing up soon as Sprint is pushing out update “NE5″ to owners of the devices in phases. According to the information provided by Sprint, the only enhancement is the addition of a Wi-Fi calling feature. Apparently the update has been ready for a while now, but is only just starting to hit users’ devices.
If the weather apps that were recently reviewed by TalkAndroid did not strike the right chord with you, a new version of GO Weather may be just what you are looking for. The makers of the popular GO Launcher have released an updated version of their standalone weather app, GO Weather, taking it up to version 5.0. The new version comes with a redesigned user interface to improve the user experience.
Android updates. We all love them, but hate waiting for them.
Android Wear users didn’t have to wait long for their first update though, as Google is pushing it out now.
Android 4.4.4 wasn’t a major update, but there were some decently-sized bug fixes involved. Nonetheless, users are wondering when their devices will finally receive the update — those with the Google Play Edition Moto G can now stop wondering.
The 4.4.4 update is now pushing out to the phone, so if you have one, you can either wait for it to hit your device or flash it yourself. The download mirror to the software’s file is in the source link.