Announced at Google I/O, an updated Complications API will now allow Android Wear developers to more easily implement complications into new and existing watch faces. (more…)
We were toying around with Picture-in-Picture on the latest build of Android O yesterday, but in doing so I was reminded that I hardly ever use multi-window functionality on my Android devices. Will Picture-in-Picture be any different for me? Hard to tell.
With this poll, we want to know how many of you are using multi-window on your phone or tablet. Whether its the native version built into your Pixel or Nexus device, or the similar implementation on Samsung and LG devices, are you even using it? If you are, for what?
Let us know your take on multi-window and the potential of Picture-in-Picture on smartphones down below.
Pioneer announced a new lineup of NEX receivers this morning, five in total, with three designed to bring Android Auto straight to your vehicle at an affordable price. (more…)
Google Play Protect, unveiled at Google I/O this morning, is Google’s visible doubling down on its commitment to Android security. (more…)
If you’re busy flashing the Android O beta to your Nexus or Pixel device, you’ll soon discover a revamped emoji library on your device. To sum up the changes, RIP to the blobs. (more…)
Three new features for Google Photos were announced during today’s keynote at Google I/O: Shared Libraries, Suggested Sharing, and Photo Books. (more…)
Via an update that will come this summer, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will soon support Google’s Daydream VR. (more…)
During the Google I/O keynote, Google announced it will soon offer a new Daydream experience – Daydream Standalone VR. With these upcoming headsets, the entire virtual reality experience will be handled via a headset, with no cables, phones, or PCs needed for an immersive experience. (more…)