Last week, a former Google designer revealed plans for the next redesign of the Google Play Store. Folks have been wondering when they will be getting their hands on them,
Along with Google’s other slew of new products. the Nexus Player has just been announced and is Google’s next attempt at bringing the Android platform to your living room. But
Razer are creating a micro-console that will be powered by Android TV, allowing users to stream movies, music, and other apps for entertainment on the large-screen, the company announced today.
With the recent release of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, it’s no wonder we’re starting to see a lot of apps updated to offer support for Android 4.0. Today Netflix joined
Google has a highly sophisticated weather balloon above their sunny Mountain View offices and it seems to be predicting chilly weather. So, like any responsible parent, they want to make
The guys behind the popular TV guide app i.TV have experienced much success on the iOS platform and hope to carry that over to Android (the “i” moniker certainly isn’t
Time Warner Cable has made good on its promise to release an Android app, and while it doesn’t include the most important feature (and is only compatible with tablets) it’s
The Netflix app has been around for some time now and has worked “unofficially” on just about every device. Every few weeks Netflix drops an update to give “official” support
StumbleUpon has released v2.0 of their Android app, bringing with it a slew of improvements and even adding Android Tablet support into the mix. For those unfamiliar with StumbleUpon, it
It is once again Thursday Android Family, and you know what that means, it is once again time for the Android Guys Thursday Night Droidcast/stream! We have another great show lined up for you tonight, with the full cast of Ray Walters, Aaron Kasten, Benji Hertel and Stacie Nuss back in action. Of course Jake Southers from Streamly.TV is producing!
Yelp for Android arrived in December and has since been updated with some of the great features iPhone users are accustomed to. For those who have never used the service