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Want a buggy Chromecast? Enter the Preview Program…

Want a buggy Chromecast? Enter the Preview Program…

This is like dope for all the beta junkies out there. Google just launched the Preview Program for Chromecast… What’s that? Simple answer: You’ll be able to test new features on your Chromecast, before they are released to the public. But keep in mind, they may be unstable and are risky to use. When you […]

Icon Pack News #3 – Late-summer updates

Icon Pack News #3 – Late-summer updates

Summer is almost over (at least for me – I have school again) and chilling ended. Many great designers, who create all the great icon packs, which we love, get active again and publish updates. PixBit is just one of the updated icon packs and the designer from Polycon also preview an update. ATTENTION PLEASE: […]

4 Reasons why I’m so excited about the Android Wear 2.0 release

4 Reasons why I’m so excited about the Android Wear 2.0 release

I admit that I’m an Android Wear fanboy. I have a watch myself (Sony Smartwatch 3 – it was the last watch to get the Marshmallow update some months ago) and I really use it often. I use it for staying updated about all the new notifications on my phone (from whatever app they might […]

Android N Preview might get expanded for non-Nexus devices too

Android N Preview might get expanded for non-Nexus devices too

Currently the developer preview of Android N is only available for Nexus devices by Google and it’s partners. Now there’s an out-commented hint on the preview page. There it says: New in the Android N Developer Preview: Accompanying Android Beta Program for consumers, starting later in the preview More supported devices, including devices from OEM […]

Android N ?! – Yes, just announced by Google…

Android N ?! – Yes, just announced by Google…

Amazing! The Android N Preview just got reality although it’s still before Google I/O 16. What?!? Google seemed to change its plan. They just release the first Preview of Android N. This are some of the new features: Multi-Window Support Better Notifications Background Optimizations Data Saver Direct Boot ICU4J Android Framework APIs Multi-language support and […]