Android Apps/Games

SwiftKey is offering over 100 keyboard themes free of charge right now on Android and iOS

December 2, 2016 0

SwiftKey is known for their super customizable keyboard, which can be set on both Android and iOS devices with a download of the app and a small tweak of a setting. Starting today in honor of the holiday season, SwiftKey is offering 100 premium keyboard themes absolutely free! The deal is eligible on both the Android and iOS mobile platforms.

Android Apps/Games

Facebook brings mobile gaming to its Messenger app

December 1, 2016 0

Facebook Messenger now lets you launch and play mobile games with your friends right in your conversations. The latest feature known as ‘Instant Games’ began to roll out on Tuesday and allows users to challenge friends in top titles such like Pac-Man, Galaga, Space Invaders, Track & Field, Words With Friends, and several other competitive score-based games. All games can be launched directly from Messenger without having to download or install them first. 

Android Apps/Games

Netflix adds the ability to download movies and shows for offline viewing

December 1, 2016 0

Streaming video services have risen in popularity over recent years. Their flexibility, availability and lower cost have made them a viable alternative to a cable service. However, video streaming eats up a lot of data in a short amount of time. A few services have added a download feature to help users conserve data during plane rides or times when data connection is poor. Netflix being the latest.

Android Apps/Games
General News

Amazon is reportedly working on an Alexa-equipped speaker with a large touchscreen

November 30, 2016 0

Amazon Echo first released a near three years ago. Since then, the company has opened its Alexa voice assistant platform to third-parties. They have also released new Echo speakers of their own such as Echo Dot and Amazon Tap. Due to the arising of still competition from Google Home and others entering the market, Amazon is looking to take the next step forward to stay in front of the game. That next step may just be a next-generation Alexa-equipped speaker with a touch screen.

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