appydroid

The open magazine about Android & Mobile

Tag: ios

Google presents the perfect alternative to the Spotlight Search on iOS

Google presents the perfect alternative to the Spotlight Search on iOS

We probably all use our phones often to search for things. We want to get information from the internet and maybe also search on the phone itself, for example for chat messages. Google’s app offers this now too. With the Google app you can now also search for things on your phone, for example in […]

Simplenote goes Open Source – Great alternative for Google Keep?

Simplenote goes Open Source – Great alternative for Google Keep?

It’s always nice to hear that software becomes Open Source – so that everyone can read it’s code and can help improving it. Same goes for Simplenote now. At Automattic, we have a saying: We don’t make software for free, we make it for freedom In this spirit, we are announcing today that all of the […]

Pokémon Go: The bots are back, hackers gained back access to the Pokemon GO API – Am I a cheater?

Pokémon Go: The bots are back, hackers gained back access to the Pokemon GO API – Am I a cheater?

Welcome to the next round of my Pokémon Go (PoGO) talks here on appydroid! In this article, I’ll talk about Bots, third-party apps and some more things. Stay patient… Maybe you heard it: Niantic changed the API of Pokémon GO to block access from third party apps like the dozens of different Pokémon radars, to see all the Pokémons […]

Finally: Reddit has an official app now

Finally: Reddit has an official app now

Finally! After a long time living with just unofficial (but sometimes good) apps for the network, there’s now an official one, which is live on Google Play. The app allows you to browse Reddit, search, view and subscribe to Sub-Reddits, read comments, and post your own images, links, stories, comments, and whatever. If you want you […]

Facebook’s Messenger has a secret basketball game now ?

Facebook’s Messenger has a secret basketball game now ?

Now there’s not only a chess game in the Facebook Messenger, there’s a basketball game too: To start a game just send the basketball emoji to one of your friends and click on it. You’ll get a basketball placed in various locations on your screen and now all you have to do just swipe up toss […]