The 269th Android Apps Weekly is live! This week we talk about Teslagrad, Cloudfire's new app, some big Facebook changes, and Niantic's next AR game along with more Android apps and games news!
Dozens of Android users are reporting that the Instagram app isn't working for them as of Saturday morning, with some posting about problems on mobile on Twitter since late Friday. At least one user reported that logging on led to a blank white screen.
It might be too optimistic to expect Gboard and Android Pie on the Chrome OS Stable channel by year's end.
Just the other day we told you about Yahoo's new WakingNews Alarm Clock app that wakes you up with the sound of the morning's headlines. You can pick from a variety of sources, and there are also traditional sounds to choose from just in case news headlines are too jarring. Now, Google has integrated its Google Assistant Routine into its Clock app. This allows you to have Google Assistant turn on or off smart appliances like certain lights, and adjust the thermostat once you dismiss the alarm.
16 new and notable Android apps from the last week including 18.104.22.168: Faster & Safer Internet, Feedly Classic, and WakingNews Alarm Clock (11/10/18 - 11/17/18)
Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. This week's more interesting releases include a DNS app from Cloudflare, a Feedly beta release, and an alarm clock app from Yahoo. So without further ado, here are the most notable Android apps released in the last week.
Android has now been around for over a decade, and every single update has brought new features. Some functionality is unknown to the vast majority of smartphone owners, either because the options aren't well-advertised, or because their uses are limited.
Last week, the Vivo Y95 was seen on Geekbench, appearing on the site as the “vivo vivo 1807”. Another Vivo phone with a similar model number has been seen on...
The LG G7 is getting an 812 MB update in Canada which brings the November security patch.
It’s my pleasure to announce that while we’re finishing up testing for our annual Best of Android series, we’re going to be launching a Reader’s Choice award. We need YOU to decide which 2018 phones are the best, crowning one handset to reign supreme. An internal poll decided the seeding order, and all matchups were determined using a 24-unit bracket. This means that the most popular phones here got a first-round bye, but any phone has a chance to unseat these mobile devices head-to-head
Xiaomi Mi A2 users in India are first getting the Android Pie update, other users to follow.
Android 9.0 Pie has started rolling out to the LG G7 One in Canada, one user reports on XDA Forums. The firmware comes in at 800+ megabytes and includes the November security patch and camera functionality improvements.