Action Launcher’s new update is adding a new feature from Google’s upcoming Pixel smartphones. Dubbed “Quickcuts,” the feature brings almost 3D Touch-like shortcuts to app icons, which are expected to debut in Android 7.1 Nougat this fall.
Every week, hundreds of Android apps and games are submitted to the Play Store. If you’re not paying attention 24/7, it’s easy to miss some of the best stuff. Each week we will highlight five of the best new or overlooked apps and games.
HTC feels like celebrating. Why? We don’t know. Bill it to life. Whatever the reason, they’re happy, and when they’re happy, you get deals. One of the best ones they’ve got going starting tomorrow includes $150 off the HTC 10.
LG is having a rough go keeping up with the times, it seems. New reports from Korean Media suggests the company won’t be getting on the curved display train for the LG G6, and wireless charging might not make it in, either.
It’s no secret that there’s still a lot of work to be done on Allo. Google got the core of their experience off the ground, however users have been requesting additional features that could only help to enhance the service.
With their headquarters all set up and a global strategy ready to roll, LeEco seems keen on making their presence in the US very well known. The company has set an October 19th announcement date in the country.
A couple of weeks ago, the president of Samsung USA issued a video apology. It was a nice gesture, but it was only directed at customers in the US. Customers in other parts of the world didn’t get the same attention.
It’s been a nightmare trying to follow Google over the years, with the company employing 19 different blogs and tons of other avenues for announcements. Google is finally looking to change all of that.
A new rumor out of Variety claims to confirm that Google Home will not just be driven on Google’s own hardware, with the company supposedly working with third-party manufacturers to get it into more products.