After years of suing everyone in sight, it appears that Microsoft is in the market to make some friends. This week they’ve announced a deal to end a patent war
The Federal Trade Commision has begun a preliminary investigation into Google using Android to push its own apps like Google Search and Google Maps.
Not too long ago, Cyanogen made deals with Microsoft to pre-load their apps like Skype, Bing and Office on the commercial OS (not the custom ROM). Microsoft also recently released
After months of hiding, and hoping for being able to find the APK somewhere else, everyone can now jump on the Cortana bandwagon. While this isn’t the final version, Microsoft
Today saw the announcement that Microsoft had updated its Bing app for Android to act like Google Now on Tap. Google Now on tap is a feature that will let
Android Marshmellow, confirmed to be Android 6.0 (versus 5.2), is sure to bring many big changes to the Android ecosystem. One of the new features discussed briefly during Google I/O
Microsoft releases new Arrow Launcher for Android in private beta – here’s how to get it (APK download)
If there was one thing Android didn’t need it would be another third-party launcher, but Microsoft seem to disagree and have come out with a new one rather surprisingly for
In case you haven’t heard of Microsoft’s Hyperlapse effort, they’ve produced a mobile app aimed for adventurers who want to share quality timelapses of those spectacular moments throughout the day. Unfortunately for
Google Now competitor Cortana by Microsoft was said to be coming to Android and as a companion app to Windows 10. Now, the app for Android has been leaked early
Google has updated its own applications for Android with a splash screen that adds a tweaks to remind users who built the app, the operating system, and the ecosystem that
Microsoft has gradually been building Office’s support for Android. It began with launching Microsoft Office for Android tablets, a preview for Android phones, and now Microsoft has officially announced the
icrosoft’s version of Google Now, Cortana, is on its way to Android. We reported last month that Microsoft had stated that Cortana would be available for Android sometime this year.
Since Gmail has added support for Microsoft and Yahoo accounts, a new update will make it easier, and more secure for users to log into their accounts.
Microsoft has today launched Office Lens for Android, which enables users to scan written, printed, or electronic documents and then convert them to a Word, PowerPoint, or PDF document. Converts