Lightroom for Android just keeps getting better, this time with the update to v2.1. In today’s update, the powerful photo editing app gains new features in its recently introduced camera experience, a widget for opening the camera, and better handling of full resolution files. Adobe tells us that the camera experience that came with the […]
Beware, sneaker talk incoming. If you aren’t into shoes, please move along. For those who utilize Nike’s SNKRS app to grab the latest launches from The Swoosh, an update is bringing features that might help with a more speedy checkout process. Once the app is updated, users can take advantage of fingerprint authentication when purchasing, allowing […]
Way back in the day, Android widgets were my thing. I rocked Beautiful Widgets, a Gmail widget, DashClock, Sound Search widget, and a few more that I can’t recall right off. These days, I feel old and lame, using a single widget from the stock Clock app on my phone. It’s not very cool. Times have […]
According to Inbox by Gmail G+ page, a recent update to the Inbox on Android app introduced two new widgets – one for setting reminders and another for composing emails. The widgets are indeed on my phone after a recent update (at least I think that’s when they showed up) and I could see them […]
Yesterday, I spent a good hour looking through the world of Zooper widgets featured by users on Google+ in hopes that I would find something to occupy my home screen and also share with you. Let me tell you right now that I don’t recommend any of you attempt this. It’s painful. Google+ was once a great […]
If you flash the Android M developer preview images (our tour!) on the Nexus 5, 6, or 9, one of the first things you will undoubtedly notice is the new app drawer. With a change in direction of how it scrolls, you might be thrown off at first, but trust me, it’s not as bad as […]
Google Fit received a feature-packed update today on Android. The update introduces distance and calories burned tracking, along with an improved fitness history, new widget, and a watch face, so that you can always stay on top of your goals.
When we talk about the differences in Android vs. iOS, someone almost always brings up one of Android’s strengths over its counterpart as being “widgets.” Sure, iOS claims to have widgets, but they are really just panels of info in their notification shade, not actual, living, breathing, widgets on home screens like we have on […]