Introducing Android Instant Apps Product Manager Developers have built amazing Android apps. They use your mobile device to the fullest, including the camera, GPS, and sensors to connect to the real world. They’re beautiful and immersive, with Material Design and smooth animations running at 60 frames per second. They use access to identity and payments to create seamless experiences. But developers tell us they wish they could bring users into their apps more quickly and easily. With the web, you can click on a link and land on a web page — it takes one click and just a few seconds. It should be easier for users to access a wider range of apps, and for developers to reach more people.
Yesterday, Google unveiled Android N and all of its cool new features, like multi-window support, and bundled notifications, but after digging into the developer preview we found even more coming in the new version that Google didn’t bother...
Really excellent image editing tool Adobe Lightroom Mobile is now free on Android, meaning you won’t need a $10 per month Creative Cloud subscription to get it to work properly. The app went free on iOS earlier this fall.
Google is making some changes to setting permissions on the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Actually, it's not just some as the Internet giant said the development is one the largest changes to the current permissions model.
My favorite part of Android Lollipop is having a secure PIN code on my phone but never having to type it in, thanks to the new Trusted Devices and Trusted Places options that bypass the lock screen when I don't need it.
When Google announced its new Pixel phones at a hardware event last week, we only got a fleeting glimpse at Android 7.1. Now, Google has taken the wraps off for real, and if you’re in the Android Beta program you’ll get it this month.
The first Google I/O keynote just wrapped up and Sundar Pichai & Co had lots to say. New smart home gadgets! New all-powerful AI bots! New VR goodies! Next-generation messaging apps! Dad jokes and hijinks! Whoa.
The Android app market has too many lockscreen or app launchers now. Their main purpose is to make your phone even easier and quicker to access. Kustom helps you personalize those apps by making you a Widget you can access anytime.
If you’ve spent an inordinate amount of time just staring at and exploring the Street Views on Google Maps, then you’d probably be happy to know that from now on, you have a separate app to enjoy all the street views from around the world.
For all you Lollipop-ers out there, Android just began pushing out its first major update to its Material Design-dressed OS, and unlike some updates that are usually just for "stability and performance," Android 5.1 actually comes with some stuff...
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