Chameleon is a beautiful launcher for Android which has risen to power in the last year, but it’s currently only available for tablets. However today, in a video uploaded by the company detailing upcoming changes, Chameleon Launcher for phones has made its first appearance.
When Facebook announced timeline profiles last year, it was met with a very mixed response. Many people, myself included, liked the modern design, however many were opposed to any change at all. Those people will be unhappy to learn that, only a matter of months after pushing the timeline feature to everybody, Facebook is changing the profile page once again.
Since the recent highs of Android over the past couple of years, the Android mascot has become hugely recognisable. It’s cute form-factor is nearly always stood by the side of any phone advertisement, proudly promoting the product as an Android. However the little green robot we all know and love was almost a pretty-darn-terrifying, swirly eyed looking death machine…or at least that’s what it looked like.
A full and stable version of ‘Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery’ has been made available for download on the Google Play Store. The game was available to Humble Bundle owners last month, but the game was only in it’s beta stage. This release is the real-deal, so you can finally bring the magic of this award winning game to your Android phones and tablets.
YuleTube is a new browser extension which replaces any profanities in the comment section of YouTube with festive words, like Rudolph, Elves and Gift-Giving. The comments section on YouTube is rarely a place to find smart and intellectual thoughts, but many people take it to a whole new level by publish profanities based at the uploader, the video and it’s viewers.
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.
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.
Since 2007, Norad has teamed up with Google to provide children across the world with an online view of where Santa is on Christmas Eve, as he travels from house to house delivering presents. However this year, Norad decided they liked the look of Windows 8, and teamed up with Microsoft to create an application for their new operating system, leaving Google to track Santa all by themselves.
The year is almost up, and it’s been a good one for the internet. This has to be YouTube’s most popular year, with viral videos being the topic of conversation all year round. At the start of the year, Call Me Maybe became an internet hit, but now the title belongs to Gangnam Style, which looks set to be the first internet video to reach 1 billion views.
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’.