Was your interest by chance piqued when you saw Nokia’s Z Launcher running on the recently unveiled N1 tablet? If so, now is your chance to give it a whirl. The home screen replacement, now in beta, is now compatible with most modern Android devices (it was previously optimized only for the Galaxy S5, S4, S3, and Nexus 5).
One of Motorola’s nicest (or most intrusive, depending on your perspective) software touches is Spotlight Stories, interactive videos which inject a bit of humanity. They periodically appear on the home screens of Motorola devices everywhere, and the newest one, titled “Duet,” has finally come. (more…)
If Snapchat is safe enough for you to send your nude selfies, then why not transfer cash from your bank account while you are at it? Today, Snapchat announced Snapcash, in partnership with Square, which allows users to send money to each other through the messaging interface of the application. (more…)
VSCO Cam, the popular photo editing app, has released another update for Android users bringing three headline features to everyone and a few more goodies for select devices.
The first, and probably most important, new feature in 3.1 is sync. Now users can sync edited photos between devices. If I start editing a picture on my iPhone, but have to put it down before finishing up, I can finish the edits on my Moto X before sharing the picture to my Grid or Instagram. Syncing my first photo took a few seconds, but after that future syncs were almost instantaneous. Images that are syncing have a spinning animation over them from the Library view; once synced you’ll see two overlapped circles in the top right corner. (more…)
If you were fortunate enough to survive your five nights in the first Five Nights at Freddy’s game, then why not sign yourself back up for another five. But this time, Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 won’t be so forgiving.
In this sequel, the machines have been rebuilt and reactivated with one thing in their robot mind … killing you. (more…)
In case you haven’t noticed, Amazon frequently gives away apps. Not out of the goodness of its heart, of course, but to incentivize customers to use its app store. That may be too heavy a price to pay for some, but there’s no denying that some of the software in its latest free catalog – available Friday through Saturday – is quite tempting. (more…)