Starting today, anyone interested can go grab a Pro key for Google Earth, completely free of charge. After announcing that the Earth API for developers will completely shut down at the end of this year, Google appears to be moving more towards the mobile side of things, but still have yet to give official word on their plans for the future of Earth and desktops. (more…)
Google Now and its lovely little cards, the part of Google Search and the Google app that make your life automated, is now so much more powerful thanks to an integration with 3rd party apps for the first time. That’s right, Google just announced that 40 different apps can now present you with Now cards to “help you out with your day-today life,” giving you the info you need right when you decide you need it. This is huge news. (more…)
As I was searching through Google Play, I stumbled upon Spout: Monochrome Mission. While the game does not appear to be too new, having launched in late 2013, it plays like a well-developed, albeit simplistic shooter of sorts. (more…)
Perfectly Clear, a photo and library app which claims to make your pictures better automatically with its suite of software, received an update to version 4.0 this week. Inside, users will find a large amount of new features, an updated look, and really exciting features for users running Lollipop. (more…)
According to the latest news regarding the Galaxy S6 from SamMobile, Samsung is set to remove nearly all bloatware apps from TouchWiz, slimming down the system’s weight significantly. However, for those who would still want these apps, they will be made downloadable via Samsung’s app store and possibly Google Play.
On previous versions of the Galaxy S line and Galaxy Note line, Samsung has been known to pump their UI full of software, most of which probably goes unused by users. Because of this, when you buy a Samsung device, your usable memory is nowhere near what is advertised on the box, as apps and software tweaks easily take up a few GB of space. (more…)
Along with the fun Microsoft Outlook “preview” news from earlier, we wanted to point out Microsoft’s other news of the early hours, that Microsoft Office is out of preview on Android tablets and now available as separate downloads of Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. After months of testing from preview participants, the apps are now ready for mass consumption. (more…)
Last night, Microsoft dropped a whole bunch of new apps on our laps that help round out their Office presence on Android. Not only did they take their Office preview out of “preview” with new apps for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, but they released an email app that you may want to give a serious look at. Yep, Microsoft Outlook is now available on Android. (more…)