Facebook Messenger now offers Dropbox integration, allowing you to send photos, videos, and other files without ever leaving the messaging service. You can access Dropbox from Messenger's More button (the rightmost button in the conversation view). From there, select Dropbox as the source, and if you're already signed into the cloud sharing service, you'll be able to see your files directly within Messenger.
As part of Google's efforts to improve accessibility to their products, the company has launched a beta test of its Voice Access app for Android. It has been designed to allow owners of smartphones with disabilities to control them with their voice.
The 2016 Coachella music festival will kick off on Friday, April 15. If you can't make it to Indio, California to see the bands yourself, you can watch from the comfort of your home, or anywhere else, via the official Coachella YouTube channel.
Google is making efforts to improve accessibility features in many of its products for users who have hearing, visual or other disabilities. It has posted an overall update on those efforts, which include new features for Android, Chromebooks and more.
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 find some of our favorites right in the comments on these posts!
Amazon-owned Audible has launched a beta version of its new Channels feature. Channels offer those with an Audible membership unlimited listening to short programs across a wide variety of subjects and themes, such as news, politics, fiction, relationships, and more. In addition to broad areas, Channels also feature content from a group of parters like Charlie Rose and Forbes.
It looks like Sony is rolling out its Marshmallow update to select versions of the Xperia Z2, Xperia Z3, and Xperia Z3 Compact. Specifically, it appears that the update is arriving for the D6503 version of the Z2, the D6603 Z3, and the D5803 Z3 Compact.
LG V10 owners on T-Mobile should get ready, because Marshmallow should be coming your way soon. According to the Un-carrier's Senior Product Manager Des Smith, Marshmallow should arrive on the phone beginning next week.
Marvel lets you build your own Academy and it's a ton of fun.
I got caught up in Avengers Academy almost as soon as it came out. When I sat down to write about it, it had only been available for a few days though so there hadn't been much time to really delve in and decide if this was a game I could enjoy in the long haul. There were some serious questions about whether the in-app purchases were too steep, and whether the game expected you to grind through quests in order to level up.
Microsoft is adding support for third-party apps to its calendar feature in Outlook for Android. The feature is launching with the ability to add content from apps like Facebook, Evernote and Wunderlist to an Outlook calendar.
Twitch broadcasts are now able to stream directly to BlueStacks, and you will also be able to stream from BlueStacks through Twitch. The two companies are working together to make it easier for gamers to broadcast what they are playing, and make it easier for people to watch those broadcasts.
The official Reddit app for Android is finally here. This app was built in-house by the Reddit team, and will offer a fast experience that has you in mind. With over 200 million people using the service, and half of them browsing from mobile phones, the team wanted to make sure they built a fast app that presented a richer content experience, and the ease-of-browsing you deserve.
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