Rockstar games has launched Bully: Anniversary Edition game for Android and iOS devices. It was originally released for PlayStation 2 back in 2006. In this game, as a mischievous 15-year-old Jimmy Hopkins you’ll navigate the social hierarchy of the corrupt and crumbling prep school, Bullworth Academy. Stand up to bullies, get picked on by teachers, beat the jocks at dodge ball, play pranks, win or lose the girl and survive a year in the worst school around. Continue reading “Rockstar Games releases Bully: Anniversary Edition for Android, iPhone and iPad”
It is that time of the year again when users are eagerly waiting for their devices to be updated to the latest version of Android which is 7.0/7.1 Nougat. If you happen to own a Pixel or Nexus device, you should already be rocking Nougat and same is the case for LG V20 users. Google’s Pixel and Nexus devices will be getting Android 7.1.1 Nougat update starting this week. However, many of you might still be wondering whether your device will be getting the update while others maybe basing their device purchasing decision based on the update roadmap. This list will keep you informed up to date on matters regarding the updates.
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Netflix today released a new update for Android and iOS users worldwide that now lets you download movies and TV shows for offline viewing. This will be more useful for people those who want to binge watch shows or watch movies in airplane and other places where internet is expensive or limited. Continue reading “Netflix for Android and iOS now lets you download movies and TV shows for offline viewing”
Vivaldi browser developed by a founding team of browser pioneers, lead by Jon von Tetzchner, who co-founded and led Opera Software was launched back in April this year. It had received several updates since the launch, now the latest update version 1.5 brings ability to alter smart-home lighting levels with support for Phillips Hue lights, making it the world’s first web browser that controls lights. It also brings new Reader mode, option to drag several tabs at once between windows with ease and more.
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SwiftKey beta for Android has been updated to version 6.4.5 that brings Incognito mode and Shortcuts / text expansion along with some bug fixes and Android N support. When the Incognito Mode is enabled, SwiftKey doesn’t learn the words you type. This can be enabled from SwiftKey Hub and the current theme switches to a dark theme with a mask in the background. Continue reading “SwiftKey 6.4.5 beta for Android brings incognito mode, text expansion support and more”
Opera added free built-in VPN for its developer version of the desktop browser back in April. Now it has rolled out the feature for the stable Opera desktop browser v40. This offers 256-bit encryption and allows you to browse the web more private, helps you to access region-restricted websites or shields your browsing when on public Wi-Fi. Continue reading “Opera 40 for desktop brings free, unlimited built-in VPN”
Google released Motion Still app for iOS back in June that uses video stabilization technology to freeze the background into a still photo or create sweeping cinematic pans to remove shakiness for creating smooth GIFs from Live Photos. Now the feature is available for Google Photos with the major version 2.0 update. The app got live photos support earlier this year. Continue reading “Google Photos 2.0 for iOS brings Motion Stills live photo editing features”
Xiaomi introduced MIUI 8 at global launch event in June and rolled out MIUI 8 global beta ROM for Redmi Note (3G and 4G), Redmi Note Prime, Redmi 2 and Mi Max (32GB) smartphones last month. Now the company has confirmed that it will roll out the stable ROM for Redmi 1S, Mi 2/2S, Mi 4i, Redmi Note 3G, Redmi Note 4G starting from August 23rd. It was supposed to roll out on August 16th, 2016, but got delayed. Continue reading “Xiaomi MIUI 8 Global Stable ROM to roll out from August 23”
Opera has updated its beta app for Android to version 37.1 that brings a new UI that will be rolling out gradually. The browser interface has been rebuilt completely, including settings. Continue reading “Opera for Android beta gets new UI, pilot for new Opera browser for iOS begins”
After launching the Gboard keyboard in the U.S. last month, Google launched the keyboard app in UK, Australia, Canada and Ireland last Friday. Today it has finally launched the app for Indian users, after a slight delay. Gboard lets you search and send information, GIFs, emojis and more. You can also use Glide Typing by sliding your finger from key to key instead of tapping. Continue reading “Google Gboard keyboard for iPhone and iPad launched in India”
SwitKey keyboard beta for Android has been updated to version 6.3.6 has finally added Clipboard feature. This lets you access text directly copied from Android and also lets you create your own custom clips. You can view the snippets you’ve copied or cut in the last hour, pin the ones you want to keep for longer and add email, addresses and other text you often type. Continue reading “SwiftKey Keyboard 6.3.6 beta for Android adds Clipboard feature”
Last month Google released Gboard, a new keyboard app for iOS devices in the U.S. that lets you search and send information, GIFs, emojis and more. Today it has released it in several countries, including UK, Australia, Canada and Ireland and will be available in India soon. In addition to GIF and emoji support, the keyboard also lets you use Glide Typing by sliding your finger from key to key instead of tapping. It has English US, English UK, English AU, English CA, and English IN, but Google is planning to add lots more languages in future versions.
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After a recent VLC 2.0 beta release, VideoLAN has started rolling out stable version of the update for the Android users. This finally adds network browsing so that you can browse content from local network such as NAS or a shared directory on your PC. The update also brings option to toggle any device to the Android TV UI for VLC, new history option in the sidebar and faster to decode and playback all video types. Continue reading “VLC 2.0 for Android brings local network browsing, better playback and more”
What if your regular smartphone’s display and body could learn force touch or pressure touch of your hands and then perform tasks on that basis? What if you could dial a number or change music, just by squeezing your phone’s body? Continue reading “Meet ForcePhone; A new level of 3D force touch without any special hardware”
Google has released a new app called Spaces that aims to offer people a better group sharing experience. It lets you instantly to share around any topic such as find and share articles, videos and images without leaving the app, since it comes Google Search, YouTube, and Chrome come built in.
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