Android Police

Articles Tagged:

video

...

[Oops] It looks like Nest accidentally aired a commercial featuring the Google Pixel

We get tips on an almost daily basis that purport to show an unannounced device popping up in a commercial or marketing material. These never turn out to be legit... except maybe this time. A Nest commercial aired in the Netherlands features a phone that looks a whole hell of a lot like the upcoming Google Pixel. This is a first for us.

Read More
...

Google Trips travel itinerary app goes live after extensive private beta [APK Download]

Users pay Google not in dollars, but in data. In exchange for handing over all of our private information, we get cool stuff like Google Trips. This travel app culls your Gmail account for hotel reservations, flight bookings, travel times, addresses, and other information you could possibly need for your next trip.

Read More
...

Google Photos rolling out faster photo sharing and 'Movie Concepts' [APK Download]

Google Photos remains one of my favorite Google products. Unlimited free photo uploads (at a capped resolution), easy organization, automatic tagging, the list of features goes on and on. Google Photos is rolling out two new features today that improve sharing and automatic video creation.

Read More
...

Solid Explorer 2.2 is now available with encryption, multi-window support, and more

There is no shortage of file managers on the Play Store. But Solid Explorer remains my favorite, simply because of its Material design and ease of use. For you power users out there, it also boasts drag and drop, FTP/WebDAV/SMB client support, batch file management, and much more. Solid Explorer has just been bumped to version 2.2, and there's a lot to get excited about.

Read More
...

[Update: Winners] Humble Mobile Bundle 20 adds NO THING and Circa Infinity, and we've got 10 free codes to give away

Humble Bundle's latest bundle, Humble Mobile Bundle 20, debuted a little under two weeks ago with eight games; now, two more have been added to the average price tier. In addition, we've got 10 codes to give away to you guys.

Read More
...

Video: 5 things the iPhone 7 'borrows' from Android devices

Apple's generational iPhone refreshes always showcase a considerable helping of hardware changes - but often, those changes seem a bit... familiar to those of us who are longtime Android users. The iPhone 7 was no exception: for every major new hardware feature Apple seemed to introduce, it was shockingly easy to recall a handful (at least) of Android devices that had offered them in the past. Now, that's not to say Apple did a bad job here, just that their "innovation" model tends to, from an outsider's perspective, look at what works in the market in existing devices, and then adopt it when the time seems right.

Read More
...

[Video] President of Samsung US apologizes for Note7 recall

The Galaxy Note7 recall, despite Samsung's best efforts, has severely hurt the company's public image. I do give Samsung credit for not only acknowledging that they messed up, but working as hard as possible to address the issue. Tim Baxter, President & COO of Samsung Electronics America, recently made a public statement on behalf of the company to address the Note7 recall.

Read More
...

[Bonus Round] Bulb Boy, Titan HD, Monolithic, Orbt, One More Jump, and Circle Affinity

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we have a freaky point-and-click adventure, a classic board game, a spatial puzzler, a casual astronomic juggle game, and two challenging platformers. Without further ado:

Read More
...

[Sponsored Post] The Umi Plus is ready to steal the show — pre-order now for just $179

UMi is about to release its newest flagship: the UMi Plus. Before it hits the shelves, though, the company is offering it for pre-order at a $70 discount off of its already low price. You might not believe it, but for $179 you can get an all-metal phone with 4GB RAM, an octa-core SoC, a massive 4000 mAh battery, and much more.

Read More
...

SwiftKey adds neural network predictions to the stable version of its keyboard

SwiftKey released an early experimental version of its neural network-powered keyboard as a standalone alpha app late last year. At the time, we were pretty impressed with the quality of the predictions. Now, the company (which has since been acquired by Microsoft) has updated the main app with new neural network features.

Read More
Page 3 of 22912345...10...Last»