Press is a new application for Android, which proves that the operating system is finally becoming a platform for good quality applications, something which has always been a strength of iOS.
Just a matter of hours after Google released their very own Nexus 4 advert, LG have released another. Are they forgetting that they are almost impossible to buy right now?
Google have released another advert for the Nexus 4, although this one is focusing primarily on Photo Sphere, meaning it’s more like an advert for Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
SnapKeys SI is yet another unique take on the standard qwerty keyboard on mobile devices. Rather than a full keyboard, SnapKeys uses four carefully arranged buttons with the most used letters inside. When the user wants any other letter, they simply tab in the middle of the screen, and just like SwiftKey, the keyboard guesses what you were trying to type.
Samsung have released the first snippets of info on their latest smartphone, the Galaxy Grand, a phone for ‘users with fast-paced mobile lifestyles who demand more from their phone’.
Earlier this year I did a post titled ‘15 Amazing Android Icon Packs‘, which has become one of the most popular posts we have ever published. Now that the year is almost up, there are tons of new icon designs, so here is part two, another 15 amazing icon packs. » Read more
Android users in the UK can finally read magazines on their phones and tablets with Google Play. The feature has been around in the States for a number of months now, and has been one of the most advertised features of the Nexus tablets. Finally though, Magazines are available to us Brits, with over 100 publications available, many of which are offering free trials.
In the past few years, applications have been released to do just about everything you could possibly want. Applications for fun, productivity and even survival are popular on each platform’s appropriate app market place, but in the case of Android, my favourite apps are Home Replacements. Android is the only mainstream operating system which allows you to change the user interface through something so simple as an application, and Action Launcher Pro is a prime example of how to tweak Android for the better.
A recent update to the open source Chromium browser suggests that Google’s voice assistant could be making an appearance on desktop very soon.
SwiftKey is an extremely accurate keyboard for Android which predicts what you are about to say and attempts to continue the sentence you are writing through a number of possible answers at the top of the keyboard. The latest SwiftKey release tries to combine the extreme ease of use of previous versions with the swiping style of Swype and the official Android 4.2 keyboard. The result is SwiftKey Flow, possibly the fastest and most accurate keyboard which has ever been available on Android, and the beta is available to download right now.