Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 15 May 2016 4:59 pm
It's Appday Sunday and that means we're back with more of our favorites to share. Every week we bring a handful of great apps to the table and share them with everyone. Sometimes they are new apps, sometimes old standards, but every time they are apps we love to use.
Give these a look and then take a minute to tell us all about the apps you are using and love so we can give them a try. We all...
Become the apex predator in Ubisoft's latest trending game for Android — Hungry Shark World.
Hungry Shark World dropped into Android and iOS app stores on May 7, amassing over 10 million downloads in less than a week. Developed by Ubisoft Entertainment, it has quickly risen to the top of the free app charts — and for good reason!
The game is incredibly fun to dive into. You play a free-...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 13 May 2016 1:00 pm
There's a pretty good chance you use your Android to listen to music. Some folks really get into it, but most of us enjoy a tune playing when we're on the train, or at the gym or even just chilling. There are a lot of ways to get music from your phone (or the internet) to your ears, because humans are musical animals.
A big part of enjoying your music is fiddling with settings to make it sound...
Google has released its official iPhone app for Google I/O 2016, its upcoming developer conference. As it does on Android, the app allows you to view the conference schedule, find sessions, and even stream the keynote and sessions live. This is the first time Google has offered an iPhone app for the I/O conference.
It's weird, but kind of brilliant.
Under normal circumstances, someone asking if you'd like to play a Hitman game where you don't shoot anyone and it's really more like a weird board game floating in space would be worthy of an eye roll and a sarcastic comment. Hitman is a franchise known for its sneaky violence, and the Hitman: Sniper release to mobile not that long ago refreshed that idea in...
The current Sunrise Calendar app will be removed from the Google Play Store in a few more days, and will stop working on installed devices after August 31. The Sunrise team will instead begin focusing their full efforts on the Outlook mobile app following their acquisition by Microsoft.
Longtime front runner in the travel app space TripIt is releasing a fresh update to its Android app today that includes Android Wear support. With the latest update, TripIt users will get all of the time-sensitive travel info they need right on their Android Wear watch, from pre-departure flight updates to gate information and onward travel arrangements when you arrive at your destination.
Amazon-based Audible has added a new feature that allows users of the audiobook store and service to send titles from their personal library to friends and family via their Android, iOS or Windows 10 app. Each person can receive their first audiobook for free.
Instagram is now rolling out its first major redesign in years, and in line with previous reports, it's ditched its colorful interface in favor of a black and white motif, putting more of an emphasis on your photos and videos. In addition to the new app design, Instagram is also changing its icon for the first time, along with the icons of its secondary apps Layout and Boomerang.
Facebook has launched its Moments photo-sharing app in the EU and Canada, though with a notable change from the version available to the rest of the world. The Moments app for these countries lacks the facial recognition feature found in the app in the rest of the world, which Moments uses to suggest which friends you should share photos with.
Nintendo has updated the company's first smartphone app, Miitomo. This latest version bumps the app up to 1.2 and adds some interesting new features. In a bid to get even more people using the service, Nintendo now wants you to invite your friends via email and SMS. You can now also edit existing Miifotos before publishing them as comments.
Send text, photos, video, and more, using WhatsApp!
Anyone ever tell you you're one in a million? Wanna be one in a BILLION? Yeah, "whoa" is right. WhatsApp has 1 billion users, and it's not hard to see why.
You can send text messages, photos, videos, contacts, and locations, make calls, receive calls, and manage messages like a boss, for free. Yeah, free. No per minute rate for calling...