Google’s Datally Android app helps to manage mobile data usage easily

Mobile data is expensive for many people around the world. It’s hard to figure out where the data are spent. To make it easy, Google has released a smart new app named as “Datally“. Datally is an upgraded version Google’s Triangle app, which was released on an experimental basis in Philippines in June 2017. Google … Continue reading “Google’s Datally Android app helps to manage mobile data usage easily”

Bridge developer kit to pave way for happy keyboard experiences in VR

Logitech is doing something quite interesting by way of integration with the Vive Tracker, and the result is that a keyboard will make its entry into the virtual world. Logitech is announcing its Bridge Developer Kit, and is making an attractive call on app makers and software developers to help transform the project into reality—our … Continue reading “Bridge developer kit to pave way for happy keyboard experiences in VR”

Google’s ARCore SDK helps to develop AR Android Apps without extra Hardware

Google has released a preview of a new Android software development kit (SDK) called ARCore. It brings augmented reality capabilities to existing and future Android phones. Developers can start experimenting with it right now. Google has been developing the fundamental technologies that power mobile AR over the last three years with Tango, and ARCore is … Continue reading “Google’s ARCore SDK helps to develop AR Android Apps without extra Hardware”

Android Oreo superpowers, coming to a device near you

Google officially introducing Android 8.0 Oreo, the latest release of the platform–and it’s smarter, faster and more powerful than ever. It comes with new features like picture-in-picture and Autofill to help you navigate tasks seamlessly. Plus, it’s got stronger security protections and speed improvements that keep you safe and moving at lightspeed. When you’re on your next … Continue reading “Android Oreo superpowers, coming to a device near you”

Gboard for Android gets improved

Today Google’s Gboard for Android is getting a bunch of fresh new features. You’ll get access to emoji and GIF suggestions while you type, improved voice typing, more keyboard themes, as well as access to Google Translate. In addition, search features including web, GIF, and emoji search are now available in right-to-left languages on Gboard. … Continue reading “Gboard for Android gets improved”