Motorola is currently in the midst of pushing out an update for its official Migrate application via the Play Store. This upgrade doesn’t transport much with regards to new features, but it does bring support for contact transfers from non-smartphones and an appearance transformation that complies with Google’s recently-announced Material Design guidelines.
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The Google Drive team has added a new feature to their Google Sheets spreadsheet program. Users who setup long spreadsheets often “freeze” the first row in a spreadsheet so it can serve as a header. Then, as they scroll down through a spreadsheet, that first row remains visible.
The update that was released today gives users the ability to embed an image file in that first row so that it will stay visible. This could be especially useful for including something like a logo to a spreadsheet.
The update is currently rolling out to non-Google for Work accounts.s
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HTC’s Vice President of Product Management, Mo Versi, has taken to Twitter to announce that the Taiwanese company has just received approval from Google and is now rolling out the long-awaited Lollipop update to all Developer and Unlocked variants of the One (M8).
We have a full changelog for you after the break.
Back in December, Motorola started rolling out the Lollipop update for the second-generation Moto G, but like most major upgrades, it had some rather frustrating issues which made using the device somewhat tiresome, but now that’s all set to change.
Earlier today, the manufacturer announced that it’s in the process of pushing out the Android 5.0.2 update, which it claims will rectify a lot of Lollipop’s initial bugs in order to deliver a smoother, more responsive and stable user experience.
Keeping the promise it made back in October and to entice new customers, Xolo announced earlier today that it will begin pushing out the much-anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop update to all unlocked variants of its first budget-friendly smartphone, the One, starting Friday, January 16.
In a couple of weeks time, HTC will begin pushing out the eagerly-awaited Lollipop update to all unlocked variants of the One M7 and M8 located in Asia and Europe. However, a lucky user in China called 雷禪 has already received the upgrade on his device and has taken to YouTube to share it with us.
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The Google app on Android is getting an update to version 4.1 which brings with it the usual suite of bug fixes and the addition of something known as ‘Now Cards‘. This essentially lets you control what cards appear on your Google Now page with the ability to check card history on the web, delete custom preferences or even turn them off. Read more
Today, Mike Fasulo, President of Sony Electronics, confirmed that the Japanese manufacturer will begin pushing out the much-anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop update to the Xperia Z range of smartphones starting next month.
If you own a Galaxy S5 and live in either Russia or Malaysia, you may want to listen up, as Samsung has just started pushing out the much-anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop update to all unlocked variants of the handset located in these regions.
If you’re a Galaxy Note 3 owner who’s hankering for the official Android 5.0 Lollipop over-the-air update to start rolling out, you’re destined for a rather long wait as Samsung is currently focusing its attention on bringing the update to more recent devices first. However, if you can’t wait, your handset carries the model number N9005, and you want to get your hands on it early, you can now download and install a leaked beta build.