Skype For Android Gets New Chat Bubble Design And Emoji Design
Apr03

Skype For Android Gets New Chat Bubble Design And Emoji Design

Skype on Thursday updated its main Android app as well as its Skype Qik apps for Windows Phone, Android and iOS with some exciting new features. The new Skype for Android is now available for download at Google Play and grab Qik from Google Play, the Apple Store, and the Windows Phone Store. The new Skype 5.3 for Android, according the update released today, features a new bubble-style chat layout, which is more in line with Skype for...

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Google Updates Gmail For Android With A Slew Of New Features
Mar31

Google Updates Gmail For Android With A Slew Of New Features

Google on Monday updated Gmail for Android with a number of new features for managing your email while on the go. The app now lets you view your email at once irrespective of who is sending it via the new “All Inboxes” option. It means you will now be able to reply to all your messages without having to switch between accounts. While this is a welcome development, it is one feature that should have a big part of the app from scratch....

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Google’s Android Device Manager Now Lets You Find Your Lost Phone Using Your Android Wear Watch
Mar19

Google’s Android Device Manager Now Lets You Find Your Lost Phone Using Your Android Wear Watch

Google on Thursday released an update on its Android Device Manager, with support for Android Wear, reports Venturebeat. With the new update, which was announced in a blog post by the tech giant, you can now find your missing phone using your smartwatch. “Today we’re making Android Device Manager even more useful by introducing support for Android Wear to help you find your lost device. Misplaced your Android phone? No problem!...

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Google Reportedly Working On A Mobile Payment Service Called Android Pay
Mar02

Google Reportedly Working On A Mobile Payment Service Called Android Pay

In a bid not to be outdone by its rivals, Google is reportedly working on a mobile payment service, which Ars Technica called Android Pay. A source close to Ars Technica said the company is working on the service, and will make an official announcement at its I/O developer conference later this year. The soon to be launched service, according to the report, will create a way for companies to accept transactions through their apps...

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Google Finally Launches Android For Work
Feb28

Google Finally Launches Android For Work

Google is finally out with its Android for Work as it continues to make efforts to incorporate more into the business world, according to The Next Web. “Today [Thursday] we’re announcing the Android for Work program to tap into that potential. With a group of partners, we’re helping businesses bring more devices to work by securing, managing and innovating on the Android platform,” wrote Rajen Sheth, Director of Product...

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Google Launches Closed Version of Open Source Android
Oct05

Google Launches Closed Version of Open Source Android

When Google entered the OS market, it had a dilemma. How was it meant to compete with the already established iOS and Symbian giants who dominated the market? The answer came in the form of an open source platform which anyone could use or edit free of charge. Android was made available to programmers and manufactures alike and users were told they could do what they liked with it. The open source OS filled a much needed gap in the...

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