Last at Google I/O, Google revealed the winners of this year’s Google Play Awards. They chose 12 apps and games that “give their fans delightful and memorable experiences,” but also that captured the “imagination” of Google. The awardees are everything from smaller indie titles you may not have heard of, to some of the most popular apps you do indeed know.
The winners are! (more…)
We tweeted this out last night, but wanted to make sure you all saw it this morning – another Android O beta update began rolling out. As far as we can tell, it’s a small update, weighing in at anywhere from 40MB to 55MB.
The exact build number is OPP2.170420.019. The previous build ended on .017. (more…)
Google I/O 2017 isn’t quite done, but our time at the developer festival has come to an end. Today, to really soak it all in before we head back to Portland, we took a tour of as much of it as we could, filmed a lot of it, and then attempted to put it together in highlight form.
Also, if you missed any of the big stories out of I/O this week, be sure to catch up in this full recap post.
Back in early February, pre-orders went up for the Chromebook Plus, the first to launch from a pair of Samsung-made Chrome OS laptops with Android app compatibility. Both were announced during CES, but as you may have noticed, we’re still waiting on the Chromebook Pro to launch. During Google I/O this week, we have learned just when we can expect the Pro version to be available. (more…)
An early build, technically labeled as “unreleased,” of the NOISE app from ROLI has been published to Google Play. Currently, only Pixel and Galaxy S8 owners can utilize this early build, but if you’re familiar with the app’s capabilities, then this should excite you. (more…)