Last month we were shocked at how fast the BlackBerry Priv got its security patch update. This month, the update began hitting units in half the time.
SoundCloud has big plans in store for 2016. The company is reportedly interested in creating an audio-streaming service. With SoundCloud’s latest update, it appears that the they’re already getting users ready.
Yesterday, we reported that NVIDIA had just started rolling out the long-awaited Marshmallow update to its SHIELD Tablets located in Europe and North America. However, the manufacturer has now pulled the upgrade owing to the presence of a major bug which renders the device somewhat useless by severing all ties to the Internet when using a Wi-Fi connection.
If you own last year’s LG flagship smartphone and you live in Canada, you’ll be glad to know that Marshmallow is now rolling out.
The Google On application in the Play Store has a new update available that will bring new functionality to Google’s OnHub router.
Google has just started rolling out a fantastic little server-side update for its official Search application for Android. The purpose of this upgrade is to keep you on top of the latest 2016 US elections news by providing you with card-based information on the positions of each candidate, live tallies of the results and voting reminders for you own primary.
Samsung has decided to skip Android 6.0 and go straight to Android 6.0.1. This update patches some of the initial bugs in Marshmallow and generally improves performance.
Swiftkey has today pushed out a stellar little update for its incredibly popular third-party keyboard via the Play Store. The upgrade brings compatibility for the 184 new emojis which are currently only available on devices running Android 6.0.1, together with currency input for several countries that weren’t previously supported, including Argentina, Australia, Canada, Estonia and Germany. All other changes come in the form of bug fixes and stability improvements, which are aimed at improving the overall stability of the application.
Users have noted that a feature Google was testing in the Play Store a few months ago appears to be rolling out to all users. The feature involves the feedback options that users can provide to the reviews that are left on apps in the Play Store. Users are now limited to only a couple options when reviewing a review. Read more
Snapchat has begun rolling out a much-requested maintenance update for its Android client through the Play Store. According to the short changelog, the upgrade introduces the sought-after Video Rewind filter, which previously was only available to users of the social networking platform who sent snaps using an iPhone, iPod or iPad.