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[Lollipop Feature Spotlight] Chrome's Tabs Are Now Treated As Separate Recent Tasks In The App Switcher, But It's Optional
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Accessory of the Day: Make any car stereo wireless with this Bluetooth adapter $76.22
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Gmail 5.0 for Android will bring the Material Design and support for other email accounts
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[Lollipop Feature Spotlight] Chrome's Tabs Are Now Treated As Separate Recent Tasks In The App Switcher, But It's Optional
We've known Google was looking to bring Chrome into the app switcher since we learned some details of "Project Hera" earlier this year (and confirmed at I/O). The framework for making that happen appeared in Chrome beta in September, but now it finally works in the new developer preview.   When you open Chrome Beta on Android 5.0, you will get the above splash screen telling you where to find all your tabs. [Lollipop Feature Spotlight] Chrome's Tabs Are Now Treated As Separate Recent Tasks In...

20-10-2014, 07:30 By Ryan Whitwam
Accessory of the Day: Make any car stereo wireless with this Bluetooth adapter $76.22
Sick of fussing around with an auxiliary cable? Want to just get in the car and have your music and podcasts play without wires? TuneLink Auto is your ticket. Crystal clear sound quality with auto-pair functionality makes this a great option for drivers who want to cut the cord. Bring your car up to date... Read more » The post Accessory of the Day: Make any car stereo wireless with this Bluetooth adapter $76.22 appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: iLuv MobiAir review Mpow Bl...

20-10-2014, 06:47 By Shawn Collins
Gmail 5.0 for Android will bring the Material Design and support for other email accounts
We’ve already had a taste of Android Lollipop and its new Material Design apps like Google Play Movies & TV and Google Play Games, and we can’t wait to see what else Google has in store for us. The next new app we get to take a look at is Gmail 5.0 for Android although we […] The post Gmail 5.0 for Android will bring the Material Design and support for other email accounts appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

20-10-2014, 05:34 By Stephen Yuen
Google Play Movies & TV Shows updated to version 3.4.23 [APK Download]
The next app to get the material design treatment is Google Play Movies & TV, bringing the version to 3.4.23. You’ll notice, like many other apps, that the updated Google Play Movies & TV has a new icon, as well as a new splash screen that appears when content is being sent to a Chromecast.... Read more » The post Google Play Movies & TV Shows updated to version 3.4.23 [APK Download] appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Google Play Games 2.0 rolling out now ...

20-10-2014, 04:53 By Dan Bartram
Check Out Gmail 5.0 For Android And Google's Plan To Handle All Your Email Accounts In One App
Google's been updating apps left and right recently to fall in line with its new material design philosophy, and the results have been impressive. There are a few apps it appears Google's saving for the final Lollipop release though - Gmail 5.0 among them. While we won't be distributing the updated Gmail app until the official update is released, we will be sharing a goody from the new onboarding process, which shows some of the new awesomeness coming to the app in its overhaul. Check Out Gma...

20-10-2014, 03:41 By Liam Spradlin
Twitter Client Talon (Classic) Reaches Its Token Limit, Unpublished From Play Store And Going Open Source
The latest Twitter client to fall victim to Twitter's token limits is the classic version of Talon, which is rather fitting seeing as the new Android 5.0 version of Talon was just released this weekend. In response, the developer has pulled the app from the Play Store so no one else will buy the app and be unable to use it. Maybe now the reasoning for the separate Talon Plus version is starting to make more sense. Twitter Client Talon (Classic) Reaches Its Token Limit, Unpublished From Play S...

19-10-2014, 23:20 By Ryan Whitwam
Google Adds Optional Rating Filter To Play Store Searches That Limits Results To Apps With 4 Stars Or More
Searching for an app in the Play Store can be a bit of crap shoot, which is odd when it's run by a search company. Google just added a new filter to the web play Store that lets you restrict results to only those apps with 4 or more stars. That should clear out a lot of the junk. The new filter is in a dropdown at the top of the screen when you limit searches to apps only (I mean apps generally, so games too). Google Adds Optional Rating Filter To Play Store Searches That Limits Results To...

19-10-2014, 22:51 By Ryan Whitwam
Android 5.0 Lollipop’s “kill switch” only maims, not kill
It’s fairly safe to say that we’ve all got smartphones now. Perhaps more accurately, we can say that if you are reading this, it is very likely you own a smartphone. Though many of us cycle through mobile phones more often than we change wardrobes, we like to be the one to decide when we... Read more » The post Android 5.0 Lollipop’s “kill switch” only maims, not kill appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Android 5.0 Lollipop officially announced w...

19-10-2014, 16:59 By Rob Vanasco
[Weekend Poll] What's The Maximum You Would You Be Willing To Pay For A Smartwatch?
Android Wear is here, and with it, the second wave of major smartwatches from OEMs are arriving. The G Watch R is the first such device likely to be released, though Sony's Smartwatch 3 will likely be arriving soon as well, as well as ASUS' ZenWatch. The general consensus on smartwatch pricing to date from OEMs seems to be around $250 - but how much would you really be willing to pay for a smartwatch that was stylish, functional, and practical? [Weekend Poll] What's The Maximum You Would Yo...

19-10-2014, 16:17 By David Ruddock
[APK Download] Play Movies & TV joins the fun with Material Design update
Alongside Play Games, the Play Movies & TV app is getting a new look. The app has been flattened and there are now large graphics for content. The icon has been altered and the red color found throughout the app is brighter with the update. Rather than waiting for the update with Material Design in […] Come comment on this article: [APK Download] Play Movies & TV joins the fun with Material Design update Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

19-10-2014, 14:55 By Justin Herrick
Talon For Twitter (Plus) With Material Design UI Now Available For Android 5.0 Devices
Before we start, let's get something out of the way: Talon For Twitter developer Luke Klinker has elected to separate the Android 5.0 version of the app from the previous version. Owners of Talon won't be getting Talon For Twitter (Plus) unless they pay for it. Some people are upset about that, though the older version will continue to be updated and and compatible with newer releases of Android. If that's a problem for you, you can probably stop reading here, and look for another Twitter cli...

19-10-2014, 14:38 By Michael Crider
Lollipop’s keyboard can now be installed on any Android device without root
If you’re hankering for a taste of Android L but don’t have a Nexus device to install the SDK on, you can check out its awesome new keyboard, which is now available for almost any Android-powered device running Ice Cream Sandwich or later. A third-party developer has extracted the keyboard APK from an official Android […] Come comment on this article: Lollipop’s keyboard can now be installed on any Android device without root Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Androi...

19-10-2014, 14:24 By Josh Levenson
[APK Download] Play Games gets the Material Design treatment
  A fair amount of updates are expected over the coming weeks as Android 5.0 Lollipop revamps the recommended design for applications. Of course, Google leads the way by updating its stock apps first. Here we have Play Games getting an update that brings the brand new Material Design look. When Google rolls out updates […] Come comment on this article: [APK Download] Play Games gets the Material Design treatment Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

19-10-2014, 14:18 By Justin Herrick
Motorola DROID Turbo for Verizon leaks once again, this time in black and red
In less than nine days, Motorola will be unveiling another handset to put on the market. This one, however, is expected to be a carrier exclusive. We are talking about the DROID Turbo that is heading straight to Verizon. A few images were found within the coding for the Verizon’s page teasing the device. It […] Come comment on this article: Motorola DROID Turbo for Verizon leaks once again, this time in black and red Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

19-10-2014, 13:40 By Justin Herrick
Sony accidentally confirms PS4 Remote Play is en route to Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet
Back in September, Sony announced PS4 Remote Play — a revolutionary new feature which equips users with the facility to take a PlayStation 4 controller and stream games from their console to an Xperia smartphone or tablet that supports the service. At the time, the Japanese company revealed that the application would be an exclusive […] Come comment on this article: Sony accidentally confirms PS4 Remote Play is en route to Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet Visit TalkAndroid for Android new...

19-10-2014, 13:24 By Josh Levenson
Stephen Colbert Goes On The Offensive Against Google Search And Fights For Every Inch
American political satirist and future host of The Late Show Stephen Colbert is five feet, eleven inches tall, ever so slightly taller than the average United States male. Allegedly - we've only got his truthy word for it. So when Colbert Googled himself on the toilet and found that the search engine's automatically-generated answer to the question of his height was a mere 5'10", he became upset. In the way only he can, which is to say, immediately suspecting a conspiracy to bring him down fr...

19-10-2014, 13:05 By Michael Crider
LG G Watch R First Impressions: Very Good, But Price Will Be Crucial
I received my G Watch R on Friday, and after a couple of days, I'm ready to share some of my early impressions. As the title of this post suggests, we don't know yet just how much LG's newest smartwatch, the G Watch R, will cost. This is a very important question, because so far in my short time with the device, it actually seems pretty good. It isn't without flaws, but LG has probably produced the most serious Android Wear device we've yet seen. LG G Watch R First Impressions: Very Good, Bu...

19-10-2014, 12:28 By David Ruddock
Verizon’s DROID Turbo appears in yet another leak
Motorola’s DROID Turbo has made another appearance in a new image from @evleaks. The DROID Turbo has been the subject of several recent leaks and by now we have a good idea of what to expect. ...

19-10-2014, 12:16 By Nick Sarafolean
[Lollipop Feature Spotlight] The Quick Settings Menu Includes Battery Percentage And A Flashlight Toggle
A couple of the more popular aftermarket additions to Android have been added in Lollipop's pull-down Quick Settings menu. If you regularly flash a custom ROM or add in a widget from the Play Store for easy access to a battery percentage readout or a flashlight (camera LED) toggle, well, you won't need to in Android 5.0. Both of those functions are available in Quick Settings, as seen on the latest Lollipop Developer Preview on the Nexus 5. [Lollipop Feature Spotlight] The Quick Settings Menu...

19-10-2014, 12:10 By Michael Crider
Google posts fascinating short film about the science behind speech recognition
Google started out as a search engine in 1996 helping us to explore the internet better with our computers. Fast forward to 2014, and we know Google is pioneering the science behind making it easier to get the information we want in our hands via voice recognition. We don’t communicate with those nearby us by ...

19-10-2014, 11:32 By Brooks Barnard

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