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Glextor AppManager & Organizer is the organizer you never knew you needed. Android has endless ways to customize your phone and allow you to have key app access quickly. With
Back at Google I/O, Google walked us through their material design philosophy, and ever since, they’ve been updating apps to go along with it. Google has just updated another app
Google+ has added a pair of new features to its photo and image sharing features, just in time for the winter. Effective immediately, any pictures you upload to Google+ with
The Google+ app for Android has received a number of new features as part of the most recent update. Rolling out over the next few days, the app brings about
A new version (4.1) of Google+ is rolling out to Android devices over the next few days and it’s full of new features, enhancements, and more. A post from Google’s
You’ll be seriously impressed with how well Google categorizes your images.
A new 3.6 release of Google + which will go live in the Google Play Store today focuses on four key segments: photos, posts, profiles and communities. Details in the updated
You know how many of your favorite Android games let you sign in with a Facebook account? You know many times that sign-in leads to spammy wall posts or clutter
The Google team announces 18 new features for Google+, many of which are optimized for the Android experience. Google today announced a slew of new features for Google+ which encompass
Google doesn’t want anyone leaving anonymous or fake author names with Google Play reviews so, beginning today, things will be a bit different. If you want to leave a review
Ever wonder why AndroidGuys technically has a Google+ Page yet never really does anything with it? Simple, there’s not a good way to manage things from a mobile client. As
Google may be close to releasing its version of the Snapseed mobile app, if new chatter is to be believed. A few of Vic Gundotra’s followers (Google+) noticed a small
Available to all Gmail users, the experience gets better for those with Google+.
Well, the worst kept secret in Android has come to pass – the Nexus 7 is a real tablet, and its available for $199. The first day of keynote is