One Step Closer to Google+ Split: Google+ Photos Now Accessible Via Google Drive

Google announced officially this week that the photos and videos you have on Google+ Photos is now accessible on Google Drive. This brings us closer to the already announced split of Google+ into Photos and Streams. The Drive for Android and iOS apps, plus the Web app will have a brand new photos section. Users will thus be able to manage any type... 

Gmail Updated With Unified Inbox, Conversation View for More Accounts; APK Download Here!

Gmail has been updated with a few useful features, albeit not major ones. For example, we get an unified inbox and browse conversations in non Gmail accounts just like in the native ones. The supported accounts include Yahoo, Outlook.com and other IMAP/POP accounts. The new “all inboxes” option will include all the messages into a single... 

Bubble Screenlock Launcher Makes Your Phone Feel Like the Apple Watch

We’ve recently heard a rumor saying that Apple was going to draw inspiration from the Apple Watch UI for the next generation of iOS, which many not be a bad thing after all. Today we uncovered a way to get a slice of the Apple Watch experience on your Android smartphone, via the Bubble Screenlock Launcher. The app is available for free in the... 

Smart Lock “On Body Detection” Now Coming to Lollipop Devices, Doesn’t Feel Very Useful

Aside from “Trusted Devices” and “Trusted Places”, there’s a new method for smart locking and unlocking your Android phone. Google has rolled out a brand new “On body detection” mode for the Smart Lock menu. With this option, users will be able to keep their devices unlocked depending on the proximity to the... 

Feedly RSS Stream Notifications Can be Placed on Your Lockscreen; Here’s How!

Many people have turned to Feedly after Google Reader was killed off and they’re quite happy with their choice. However, functionality of the app can be expanded to the lockscreen, it seems and there’s a way to put your Feedly RSS stream notifications on the lockscreen. Android 5.0 Lollipop was the one that implemented lockscreen notifications,... 

Age of Sparta Review (Huawei Honor 6): Resource Gatherer and City Builder With Ikariam Vibe, World at Arms Fights (Video)

Gameloft has launched a new game earlier this year, one called Age of Sparta, your typical freemium city builder, but with a twist. That twist is the historic period when the game’s events take place: which is ancient Sparta. We played the game on the Huawei Honor 6 handset and it felt a lot like a combination of Ikariam and World at Arms, with... 

Facebook Testing Android Dialer With Caller ID, Automatic Call Blocking

Facebook is said to be working on a new Android dialer, one that relies on the huge database of phone numbers that the social network employs. The company already confirmed this app exists and simply calls it Phone, but didn’t offer details. The screenshot above appeared courtesy of Android Police and we learn that Phone was meant to be tested... 

Wii Who? Motion Tennis for Chromecast Turns the Handset and Dongle Combo Into a Wii Rival (Video)

Since the Wii U wasn’t a hit for Nintendo, the company turned to mobile, but in the meantime its biggest threat may actually be a solution related to Chromecast, not mobile gaming per se. There’s something called Motion Tennis for Chromecast, that looks brilliant, judging by the demo below. This game turns phones into Wii remotes and even... 

Nintendo Will Finally Develop Smartphone Games

It may have taken forever, but Nintendo has finally figured out a logical move to get in touch with its modern public. They finally announced they are ready to make games for smartphones, after many years of being criticized for not bringing Zelda or Mario to the mobile devices. The Japanese firm had a “no smartphone games” policy, that... 

New API to Allow Developers to Work With Third Party Google Now Cards More Easily

Google was said to expand Google Now functionality for a while now, via third party apps, but we didn’t exactly have many details about that. Well, it appears a group of developers were privileged enough this January to get to code for third party apps with Google Now features. In the future even smaller developers will get that functionality. Speaking... 

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