Microsoft Debuts Office for Android Preview Program, You can Take Part in It Right Now

Microsoft may have launched the Office suite for iPads months ago, but only today it came to the iPhone and made big steps to reach Android. Microsoft is offering you the chance to preview the Office apps on Android, by requesting an invitation here. The full version will launch in early 2015, after all the feedback is achieved. Microsoft also updates... 

Opera Mini 9 Comes With Improved Data Compression for Video, New Speed Dial Features

Opera Mini 9 has been tweaked for iOS, with support for large resolutions and a special data compression feature, that’s also expected to come to Android soon. The browser includes the Rocket Optimizer technology, that reached Opera after their purchase of Skyfire. Skyfire is a video and data compression company that was bought by Opera in 2013.... 

Android 5.0 Expands SD Card Functionality, Increases Security, Allows Full Directory Access

Android 5.0 has more features hidden under the hood, compared to what you’d expect and you better believe it! Aside from the improved battery life and new animations, the platform also expands the functionality of SD cards and the way they’re handled on Android. Even back in the days of the Android L Developer Preview, new APIs were added... 

Gameloft Announces 10 of Its Big Games Are Ready for Android TV/Nexus Player

After the Nexus Player went on sale in SUA over the past days, it was expected that we’d start seeing various gaming companies announcing exclusive content or ports. Well, Gameloft has announced that 10 of their most famous titles ready to run on Android TV and Nexus Player. Priced at $99, the Nexus Player aims at bringing the Android gaming... 

Google Inbox 1.1 Update Arrives, Brings Material Design Tweaks Already

Google Inbox has been available for about a week now, but an update is already here, to deliver some Material Design tweaks. The app is available here, as an APK download and its novelty focuses on the layout changes, especially on Android 5.0. For example, Inbox will now blend the color of the action bar into the status bar, which may or may not work... 

Google Calendar Gets Updated With New Features and Design

As Google evolves and pushes out Android 5.0, its stock Android apps also evolve. Google Calendar is included and the app has been upgraded with a Material Design UI and new features. You can now get the info associated to your appointments straight from the email or suggest an event when you open a flight itinerary in Gmail for example. The new Google... 

Krypton Anonymous Browser Beta Now Up for Download on Google Play Store

If you’re looking for a web browser that really keeps your anonymous state intact, then Krypton would be a good idea. Coming from Kr36, this browser is based on the idea that it doesn’t save your data, browsing habits, cookies and such and lets you browse without hassle or worries. If you check out Krypton’s website, you’ll... 

Gmail 5.0 Now Up for Download, Featuring Material Design, Multi Account and Exchange Support

After updating a slew of its other big mobile apps, Google is taking care of Gmail, with a version 5.0 unleashed on the interwebs. This one brings Material Design, multi account integration and Exchange compatibility. Android 5.0 Lollipop comes on Monday, so we were expecting such updates to come. Gmail 5.0 pretty much kills the stock Android email... 

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