An updated version of the Pebble smartwatch application has hit Google Play, which brings a major feature update for all users. That feature, of course, is full notification support. Much like we saw on previous renditions of Samsung’s watches, only select application notifications were able to be pushed to the device on your wrist. Now, finally, any app can have their notification be pushed, all decided by the wearer and not the manufacturer. (more…)
One More Line, a new game from SMG Studio, is definitely my new favorite game. SMG rightly describes it as “a highly addictive, one button, space disco, skill timing game.”
The game starts by explaining when to tap to grapple onto oncoming objects. Tapping and holding will allow you to connect to the object and then spin around it until you release and quick taps let you quickly connect and then release to weave between objects. Once you connect with an object to grapple, you can fly through the wall, but releasing before you’re back in the corridor will cause you to lose.
For any OG PlayStation owners here, which I proudly was, a sale taking place on Google Play currently should interest you. For a very limited time, you can pick up SOULCALIBUR, one of the birthing titles to an entire set of 3D fighter games, for only $4. Since it is usually priced at $14 on the Play store, this deal is too good to pass up. (more…)
Last night, Motorola updated both their Camera and Gallery applications on Google Play. The updates aren’t major, but they do introduce subtle “Material Design” tweaks to modernize each.
With the Gallery specifically, you are getting a bright new cyan color, performance improvements, and a responsive design. Motorola forgot to move the hamburger menu out from the side, but other than that, it looks and performs great.
As for the Camera, Motorola added in a “convenient Timer mode,” bright cyan color, and an added double-wrist twist with the camera open to switch it over to the front camera (only for the Moto X, Ultra, and Turbo). Yes, for selfies. (more…)
The good folks over at Pushbullet, who we have been following for what feels like years, released yet another helpful update to its users this week, one which brings a cross platform universal copy & paste tool.
At first, this tool was only available to Windows users, but now, users of both Android and Chrome can get in on the new function. The idea could not be more simplistic. All you do is copy text or data on one device, then paste it on any other device which is synced with your account. Genius, right? (more…)
If you happen to be a developer, all you need to do is set up a Google Wallet merchant account, then get to publishing. Once folks are purchasing your app(s), Google will send out a wire transfer to your bank account. (more…)
An update is rolling out to SwiftKey users this morning, bringing improved performance, as well as new language support. As for what’s so different in the performance department, users will see the keyboard appear quicker, disappear quicker, and a more responsive typing experience.
And languages? Well, there are 12 new ones, including Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Nepali, and Sinhala.
Full changelog can be viewed below. (more…)