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
In a latest promo for Analytics, Google have released a series of short videos which imagines what it would be like it a poor website was a supermarket. Each video leaves the shopping customer alienated and uncomfortable, after being confronted by human versions of poor search engines, annoying related items and online checkout systems.
Have you ever scrolled to the bottom of your Facebook timeline, only to be met with status upon status of cringe worthy comments made by your younger self? If so, you’re in luck, you can now do the same on Twitter.
Well, this is another kick in the teeth for Apple. Just hours after the re-release of Google Maps, it’s sitting right a the top of Apple’s free downloads section in the App Store. Despite Apple’s best efforts to keep it under wraps by not including it in the maps section, Google Maps has made a huge impact in the App Store. However it may not be all bad for Apple, as reported by TechCrunch, the safety of having a working maps application will prompt many users to finally make the jump to iOS 6.
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.
The panic is over, Google Maps has made a return to the App Store in spectacular fashion.
Google have released the most common search terms of 2012, in a heart-warming video which is fit to bring the year to a close.
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.
By now you have probably noticed that YouTube has completely changed its design. I did a post last month about how you could get the new design before it was released, but now it’s rolling out to everybody.