Even though Instagram made “hyperlapse” all the rage on iOS, they still have yet to bring the app to Android, even though the OS completely supports the functionality. Regardless, Microsoft has beat them to the punch, releasing Microsoft Hyperlapse to Google Play in beta form. (more…)
We are fully aware that most of you do not want to install Amazon’s Appstore (or maybe that’s just us), but on days like today, it’s actually worth it. The massive e-commerce company is handing out $110 in free apps for two days only.
Titles like Game of Thrones ($4.99), Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 ($2.99), Fleksy keyboard ($1.99), Smart Office 2 ($9.99), Bloons TD 5 ($2.99), and Xtralogic Remote Desktop ($14.95) are all free. There are others in there as well, from photo editors to antivirus apps and Angry Birds games.
Again, the deal runs through May 16, so don’t hold out for long.
The official Google I/O app received an update today to get it ready for the 2015 event. As you all know, I/O takes place on May 28 and 29 in San Francisco and the app is one of the best ways for attendees and non-attendees to keep up with the action. This app also always serves as a vehicle for Google to show off the latest in Android app design, which still happens to be Material Design. (more…)
An update is being pushed out to Nova Launcher this afternoon, which should now be live for most users on Google Play.
If you have been a part of the Nova Launcher beta program, you should not see too many changes, as this build is merely moving all of those big UI changes into the “stable” version of the app. (more…)
Google announced through Google+ today that Gmail on Android is receiving an update that includes a couple improvements all based on user feedback.
For one, you can now tap on contact avatars in emails to see a full history, including recent conversations, contact info, and more robust details about the person should there be a Google+ account attached. Items like people you have in common, recent G+ posts, their birthday, place of employment, etc. can all be in there. (more…)
If you have been on the hunt for a backup solution that won’t break the bank, we have one for you through the DL deals store. Dripbit is currently offering a lifetime subscription to their online backup services at a price of $54.99 or 88% off the full asking price of $480.
The plan includes 1TB of storage, unthrottled bandwidth for 5 computers, movie streaming to any device, military grade encryption, 24-7 support, and access via your Android device.
The deal is live for another 3 days.
- Access & edit your files without re-downloading them from the cloud
- Keep your files private w/ military-grade AWS 256 encryption
- Enjoy super fast connections
- View & download your files from any web browser
- Use on the go w/ iOS, Android & Windows apps
If you happened to pick up Humble Mobile Bundle 12, and paid over the average price, you have two new games waiting for you this afternoon. Highrise Word Heroes and Groundskeeper 2 have been added in, going along nicely with Monument Valley, Spaceteam, Blek, and the other titles that were already available in the bundle. (more…)