In the latest update for Allo, Google is introducing personalized sticker packs, much like you’d find from a service called Bitmoji. Unlike that app, where you manually create your own illustrated face, Google’s neural network does all of the work in Allo. (more…)
Another installment following the original Zombie Gunship is on its way to players in the US, scheduled to release May 25. Called Zombie Gunship Survival, you’re placed in the gunner seat of an AC-130 and have Hell to rain down on countless undead hordes. (more…)
To kickstart your Thursday and get that creative brain fired up, take a look at Delta, an icon pack easily makes the “hot” cut. This icon pack is free on Google Play and seems to have garnered a huge following with over 500K installs. That’s nuts for an icon pack. (more…)
Any.Do, one of the longest running to-do list apps on iOS and Android, received a big update to version 4.0 today on our preferred mobile OS. This update has been on iOS for months, but it’s still worth noting since it includes an integrated calendar (finally) and a fancy AI assistant.
Any.Do is calling this their “biggest release to date,” which I’d argue is because of the integrated calendar, even though the assistant stuff could be the bigger deal in the long run. That’s just me, though, a calendar obsessee. (more…)
Along with Amazon’s Echo Show announcement this morning, the company also introduced Alexa calling and messaging. With Alexa calling and messaging, you’ll soon be able to send voice messages or place calls to anyone with the Alexa app installed on Android or iOS phones, along with those who have supported Echo devices. (more…)