Uber has started rolling out UPI integration in India which will allow users to pay for their rides using the bank-to-bank payment platform. Launched by National Payments Corporation of India, UPI is mobile-first payment system that facilitates transactions between any two bank accounts. Continue reading “Uber adds UPI support for Android app”
iOS has always topped Android in terms of revenue, however that is about to change this year. A new report from App Annie predicts that Android app revenue will overtake iOS in 2017.
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With the holiday season coming up Google is making it easier for us to locate Santa Claus. The company had already launched the Santa Tracker website at the beginning of this month and now it has rolled out an Android app. Continue reading “Google’s Santa Tracker Android app is now live”
Earlier this year, Google launched video calling app Duo along with its smart messaging app Allo. Google has now started rolling out an update to Duo which bumps the app to version 5.0. The update brings couple of new features for an improved user experience. Continue reading “Google Duo gets video quality improvements and camera rotation in latest update”
Gyst (Get your stuff done), a new texting app has been launched on Android that focuses on improving productivity. The app integrates texting, contacts, calendars and tasks.
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Facebook has been focusing more on videos since last year and today it has added another video related feature. The social network has updated its Android app that allows users to save videos offline.
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Facebook has announced that Messenger on Android is getting SMS support. The social network was testing the feature with few Android users since February this year. With the SMS integration, users will now be able to send and receive SMS messages from Messenger.
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Twitter has overhauled it’s Android app with improved design and couple of much needed tweaks. The micro blogging site is bringing Material Design features which offers new look and feel to the Android app. Continue reading “Twitter for Android revamped with navigation menu, floating tweet button and more”
Google has launched Science Journal app for Android. It measures and records data in real time on your Android phone and then converts that data into easily readable graphs and charts.
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Evernote has updated its Android app with number of features that improves productivity. The update focuses on making the scanning much easier for users. Continue reading “Evernote for Android gets better scanning and image annotation”
Apple Music has added new features to its Android app in a latest update. The update which bumps the app to version 0.9.8 gets support for music videos. Continue reading “Apple Music for Android gets music videos and family plan”
WhatsApp has rolled out another update for its Android app and this time it is related to the in-app camera UI. The built-in camera UI is getting a new look which is more sleek and clean.
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Apple Music has added a bunch of new features and improvements to it’s Android app. The update which bumps the app to version to 0.9.7 gets a homescreen widget that will let you control playback.
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Yahoo Mail for Android is getting a fresh look with new customized options. The update that bumps the app to version 5.3 is getting a new set of custom color themes
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Believe it or not, we live in a world where there are people who don’t have a Gmail account and now the service is bringing a new feature to cater to that specific audience. Gmail has announced ‘Gmailify’ feature that will allow non-Gmail users to access Outlook.com, Hotmail, or Yahoo! email accounts through the Gmail app on Android.
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