Early reviews point to one glaring issue with the device: app compatibility.
In modern times, gaming is a favorite hobby for many people. While in the past, gaming was mostly done on computers or consoles, today’s smartphones are able to reproduce the same graphical fidelity that one can find on other gaming platforms. Virtual Reality Throughout the past few years, many innovations were made that have improved […]
The feature disappeared, and no one knows it’ll ever come back.
Any experienced developer will tell you that their best code isn’t code they wrote. It’s code they took from someone else’s work. Yes, we developers are innovative problem-solvers, but many of the problems we encounter have already been solved—and the remedies packaged into libraries available to anyone. Why reinvent the wheel when free wheels are […]
This past Wednesday, Google released the second developer beta of Android N to the world, introducing some new functionality and a few tweaks that made the next version of the mobile OS more enjoyable. And now that more new stuff has been found in the latest build, here’s a roundup of the latest noteworthy […]
Android N has been out for a little while now as a developer preview and already we’ve seen new, cool, and extremely useful multitasking fearers such as split screen mode, new recent apps shortcuts, and just overall speedier performance. Now, according to ArsTechnica (via developer Zhuowei Zhang), Google could be adding another multitasking gesture that will certainly be […]
Google has announced in a blog post that they will begin rolling out a new feature in the Gmail app called “Gmailify” which allows users who have a third-party email address like Outlook or Yahoo! to add their email to the Gmail app and have features like spam protection and inbox organization, exclusives to users of […]