Airdroid, the popular wireless phone-to-PC connection tool, might have some semi-serious security vulnerabilities at the moment that are worth you looking into if you use the service. Keep in mind, though, that a fix to correct them is said to be in the works, one that could be ready within 2 weeks. (more…)
Swiftkey announced this morning that themes in their Android and iOS keyboards are now all free. What does that mean for you? Only unlimited (over 100, in reality) theming madness, so themey your themes will be fighting with other themes over themes that those themes didn’t know were so themed. Themes, people. (more…)
Beginning now, any mobile user of Twitter can create their very own Moment. Moments, for those not in the know, are a series of tweets that can contain media, such as photos and video, all compiled into a single collection of tweets.
For example, if there was a sporting event, a Moment can highlight various plays from the game, commentary from fans and journalists, and other content. Now, Moments are open to anyone using Twitter, shareable to everyone who follows you. (more…)
Whether you are on your morning commute or taking a flight across the country, many of your favorite TV shows and movies from Netflix are now watchable without burning through your mobile data or high-priced WiFi access fees, thanks to the addition of offline playback. Just like YouTube and Google Play Movies, Netflix users can now cache titles they want to watch to their mobile device’s storage, then playback whenever is best for them. (more…)
AT&T’s new live streaming TV service, DIRECTV NOW, is now available if you are interested in cutting the traditional TV cord. This new service is a competitor to Playstation Vue and Sling TV, though the DIRECTV name being attached to it certainly helps with the sales pitch to potential customers now sure about streaming life. (more…)
An update for the SwiftKey app is rolling out to Android users, but it’s not necessarily aimed at changing the keyboard itself. Instead, new features like Clipboard, Shortcuts, and an Incognito mode have been added. If you have been using the SwiftKey Beta, then you are likely familiar with what these features offer. However, not everyone is as cool as you, so let me explain them quickly. (more…)