Google introduced the world to two communication apps, Allo and Duo, at its recent I/O Developers Conference held in Mountain View, CA. The good news is that an official release is inching closer. Google did say ‘coming this Summer,’ which begins a few days from now. Making us believe this is a possibility is that Google refreshed the icons for the two apps early this morning.
Google appears to have added a new menu under the ‘my apps and games’ tab of the Google Play Store. The menu gives you control over which apps installed are enrolled in beta programs.
Google is going to work on their Now On Tap feature, which debuted with Android Marshmallow last year. According to a new report, Now On Tap is getting a new look with an additional action bar containing quick shortcuts.
Google is nearing the public release of Android N, which is due out later this summer. The tech giant just took a big step forward with the release of its Android N Developer Preview 4.
Google is giving Chromecast owners their first movie rental for 75% off. That’s right 75% off!
At Google I/O 2016, Google opened a webpage to the public allowing everyone to vote on what they’d like the next Android OS release to be called. The only requirement is that it began with the letter N, coming after M for Marshmallow and L for Lollipop. According to the Senior Vice President of Android, the winner could very well be Nutella.
Lenovo has launched the first-ever smartphone to incorporate Google Tango, Google’s 3D mapping technology that used to be referred to as ‘Project Tango.’ Google shows just how capable Tango is in three of its new videos.