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Google's Nexus Player Hasn't Passed FCC Certification Yet, 'Out Of Inventory' On The US Play Store
Today was an extremely exciting day for Android fans. Besides brand new Lollipop preview images coming out, along with a new SDK and final APIs, some new hardware went up for pre-order. Specifically, the Nexus 9 and Nexus Player went up for sale ahead of launch, and the Nexus 6 listing was put up, but it's still not available to order just yet. But a few hours ago, something curious happened. Google's Nexus Player Hasn't Passed FCC Certification Yet, 'Out Of Inventory' On The US Play Store w...

17-10-2014, 22:09 By Liam Spradlin
Top 10 Android app updates this week: Box, News360
Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the ...

17-10-2014, 21:45 By Steve Raycraft
Sony SmartWatch 3 makes its appearance in the Play Store as ‘Coming Soon’
A new Android Wear powered smartwatch has surfaced in the Play Store today. The Sony SmartWatch 3 is Sony’s take on the Android Wear sporting game. The Sony SmartWatch 3 offers much of the same thing the others on the market do, but there are a few key differences. The SW3’s main display is removable […] The post Sony SmartWatch 3 makes its appearance in the Play Store as ‘Coming Soon’ appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

17-10-2014, 20:54 By Stormy Beach
Official Android Lollipop wallpapers – get them here!
Since the announcement of Android Lollipop, I know I’ve been dying to get a piece of the action. Alas, I must wait until Motorola gets the update out to the 1st Gen Moto X. In the meantime, we can all enjoy some Android Lollipop Wallpapers! Grab them below!   If you’d like to know when... Read more » The post Official Android Lollipop wallpapers – get them here! appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Android 5.0 Lollipop officially announced with new Nexus...

17-10-2014, 20:45 By Benton Trerise
[Lollipop Feature Spotlight] Screen Pinning Allows You To Lock Your Device To A Single App Before Handing It To A Friend
Handing over your phone to a friend or acquaintance who "just needs to make a call" can be a little nerve-wracking. Sure, this person probably won't poke around in your email or secretly send your private pictures to their Dropbox account, but you would feel better if you could be certain. Lollipop has just the feature to keep your phone secure in the hands of your friends: Screen Pinning. Now you can lock a single app into the foreground, and nobody will be able to sneak a peek at your web ...

17-10-2014, 19:31 By Cody Toombs
Nexus 6 is basically Android Silver
‘Nexmas 2014′ has come and gone, and the previous leaks all seemed to be correct… surprisingly. I truly did not believe that “Shamu” would actually be the Nexus 6. And if it was, I was really expecting a smaller 5.2″ variant to be announced as well. So when the official announcements were live, I was... Read more » The post Nexus 6 is basically Android Silver appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Google ‘Nexus X’ to be made by Mot...

17-10-2014, 19:12 By Jack McNenny
Sony SmartWatch 3 Appears In Play Store, "Coming Soon" For $249
The most fitness oriented of Android Wear devices so far is now listed in the Play Store. None other than the Sony SmartWatch 3, from the company that previously said it was sticking with its non-Android watch platform. Yeah, that went well. The SmartWatch 3 has the same basic internals as most of the other Android Wear watches including a Snapdragon 400, 4GB of storage, 512MB of RAM, and so on. Sony SmartWatch 3 Appears In Play Store, "Coming Soon" For $249 was written by the awes...

17-10-2014, 17:56 By Ryan Whitwam
[Lollipop Feature Spotlight] Improved Sharing Menu Now Prioritizes Frequently Used Destinations
A robust system for sharing has been one of Android's greatest features since the launch of the OS. Despite its usefulness and how often we see it, the sharing menu has seen little more than cosmetic changes over the years. That is, until now. As of Android 5.0, the the standard Sharing menu will now be ordered by priority, showing you the most used destinations at the top of your list. [Lollipop Feature Spotlight] Improved Sharing Menu Now Prioritizes Frequently Used Destinations was writte...

17-10-2014, 17:43 By Cody Toombs
You Can Now Gaze Longingly At The Nexus 6 In The Play Store, But You Can't Buy It Yet
The Nexus 9 went up for pre-order in the Play Store earlier today, but right next to it in the device list is the Nexus 6. Oh, but clicking through presents you with the dreaded "coming soon" message. At lest you know where to find it when the time comes. Google will sell the Nexus 6 in blue and white colors. $649 gets you the 32GB and $699 ups it to 64GB. You Can Now Gaze Longingly At The Nexus 6 In The Play Store, But You Can't Buy It Yet was written by the awesome team at Android Police....

17-10-2014, 17:27 By Ryan Whitwam
Google to loosen restrictions on Android Wear
Android Wear has been quite an interesting release, as manufacturers have shown their own take on the hardware of a smartwatch. What has not been very flexible up until this point though is the software of Android Wear, with manufacturers only loading a handful of watch faces. It seems that starting with the Asus Zenwatch,…... Read more » The post Google to loosen restrictions on Android Wear appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Endomondo optimized for Android Wear and S...

17-10-2014, 17:03 By Benton Trerise
Install Google Keyboard 4.0 From The Android 5.0 Lollipop Dev Preview On Your Rooted Device [APK Download / Instructions]
For a while now, we've been aware of an unreleased keyboard theme, shown off in screenshots of Google Chrome on the Play Store. Today, the Android 5.0 Lollipop developer preview brought us Google Keyboard 4.0 that carries both the Material Light and Dark themes. There's really not much to say about the themes that can't be communicated in images - they are similar to the keyboard included in the original dev preview, but now there's a light theme. Install Google Keyboard 4.0 From The Android...

17-10-2014, 16:53 By Liam Spradlin
Expansys now offering refurbished Nexus 4 from $149
Expansys is offering a fantastic deal on factory-refurbished models of Google’s second-generation smartphone, the Nexus 4. That’s the very same smartphone that took the Android user base by storm with its minimalistic “Vanilla” approach to the open-source operating system. The device comes in both 8GB and 16GB sizes. The smaller storage model is being offered […] Come comment on this article: Expansys now offering refurbished Nexus 4 from $149 Visit TalkAndroid ...

17-10-2014, 16:42 By Josh Levenson
[Lollipop Feature Spotlight] The Recent Apps List Now Persists Through Reboot
You're probably familiar with the redesigned recent apps list in Android 5.0—it's a very pretty stack of cards with fluid animations. Now you won't have to worry about losing your place after a reboot. As of Lollipop, the app list will not be cleared when you turn the device off. We've tested this on a Nexus 7 and Nexus 5 just to be sure, but everything remains in the recent app list when you finish rebooting. [Lollipop Feature Spotlight] The Recent Apps List Now Persists Through Reboot wa...

17-10-2014, 16:38 By Ryan Whitwam
A Quick Look At Google Search 4.0 On The Android 5.0 Lollipop Developer Preview [APK Download/Instructions]
We've been waiting on a big update to Google's search app, having seen screenshots here and there that hinted at an updated design. With today's new Lollipop developer preview, the Google app's 4.0 incarnation was made available. We've got a download at the bottom of the post, but be sure to read the instructions first as getting this up and running on pre-L devices requires some extra fiddling. Also, you'll need to be rooted. A Quick Look At Google Search 4.0 On The Android 5.0 Lollipop Dev...

17-10-2014, 16:27 By Liam Spradlin
Google Play lists Sony SmartWatch 3 as “coming soon”
Google has just listed the Sony SmartWatch 3 on the Play Store. Unfortunately, the device isn’t available just yet, it’s catalogued only as “coming soon,” but we do know that it will have a $249 price tag when it eventually displays ‘add to basket’. For those unaware, the SmartWatch 3 was first introduced at IFA […] Come comment on this article: Google Play lists Sony SmartWatch 3 as “coming soon” Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Andro...

17-10-2014, 15:56 By Josh Levenson
[Lollipop Feature Spotlight] A Long-Press On Notifications Shows You The App That Produced Them (With An Awesome Animation)
Previously, long-pressing a notification would offer a link to the app info page of any app that produced it. With Android 5.0 Lollipop Google is improving this functionality. Simply long-press and you get the app name and icon, as well as a link to the app notification settings. Look at how wonderfully hypnotic the animation is. So simply long-press to get the app name, time the notification was generated, and a link to notification settings (the button on the right). [Lollipop Feature Spo...

17-10-2014, 15:49 By Ryan Whitwam
Android 5.0, Lollipop, Wallpapers available for download
Looking to spruce up your current device with a little Android 5.0 love? While Lollipop will allude many of us for a number of months, that doesn’t mean you can’t have a little tiny taste. The wallpapers found in the new version of Android are starting to make their way around the web since Google […] The post Android 5.0, Lollipop, Wallpapers available for download appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

17-10-2014, 15:34 By Stormy Beach
HTC Nexus 9 Keyboard Folio and Cover coming soon
There are two particular accessory items for the HTC Nexus 9 that are of particular interest. The first is the Keyboard Folio. As the name would suggest, this is a folio style case that offers a built-in Bluetooth enabled keyboard for use with your Nexus 9. It will be offered in a Black Leather color […] The post HTC Nexus 9 Keyboard Folio and Cover coming soon appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

17-10-2014, 14:54 By Stormy Beach
Nexus 9 and Nexus Player up for pre-order on the Play Store
I am the kind of person that wants to walk into a store, hand over my money and walk out with something in my hand. For that very reason I don’t buy many things online, nor do I pre-order anything. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t. Two days ago there was a flurry of news about […] The post Nexus 9 and Nexus Player up for pre-order on the Play Store appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

17-10-2014, 14:32 By Stormy Beach
Wall Street Journal: Google's Vice President Of Engineering For Android Is Now The VP Of Engineering For Chrome As Well
Chrome and Android have been strengthening the old Google family ties for a while now, but according to a report from the Wall Street Journal, they just got a little tighter. The WSJ reports that Hiroshi Lockheimer, who currently serves as the Vice President of Engineering for Android, has also assumed the role of Vice President of Engineering for Chrome. That would put him in charge to a greater or lesser degree of the Chrome browser on desktops, Chromebooks and similar ChromeOS hardware, an...

17-10-2014, 14:28 By Michael Crider

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