Owners of the LG V30 have been met with a bit of good fortune today. After an initial promise to receive Android 8.1 Oreo, LG has begun rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo to the V30 over Verizon’s network. While it’s not the latest and greatest by any means, it’s at Continue Reading
It looks like Google’s lineup of high-end devices from 2015 will no longer receive major OS upgrades. As confirmed to Ars Technica, Google will not be upgrading the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, or Pixel C tablet to Android P when it’s released later this year. This comes as the first Continue Reading
Google released the first developer preview of Android P today, and obviously, people are starting to tear the update to shreds to figure out all its secrets and port features to other versions of Android because fragmentation. Over at Droid-Life, they’ve taken the liberty of ripping the Pixel Launcher that Continue Reading
A ton of refinement meets not a lot of user-facing changes.
Apple has updated its Apple Music app for Android with better music video integration. The update follows similar suit the iOS version of the service took to enhance the experience both watching and discovering new videos on the service. now, users will find them much easier in the Browse tab Continue Reading
Google has updated its video calling app Duo with the ability to leave video voicemails if a contact doesn’t initially answer a video call. Before hanging up, an option will appear asking you if you’ve like to leave a 30-second video message. Select it and a countdown will initiate before Continue Reading
That didn’t take long.
Facebook today updated its Messenger Lite messaging app with the ability to video call your contacts. This comes after the company initially made the app more widely available as an alternative to the main Messenger app that, at this point, is so bogged down with features it isn’t funny. By offering Continue Reading
Go check your phone.
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