App that helps schools set up tablets mentions Android 4.4.3 in recent changelog
Android 4.4.3 still hasn't been officially announced or anything, but it's still officially pinging our servers, and not in a way that suggests it's just kids playing with their build.prop file. And on April 16 the Google Edu Device Setup app — an official app straight from Google that helps set up tablets purchased through Google Apps for Education — was updated for Android 4.4.3 support.
So, yeah. Android 4.4.3 is still incoming. Last week was saw Sprint announce an update for its Nexus 5, though no version number was specifically mentioned, and Sprint removed the reference to the update after a few days.
Kids smartwatches are moving from only being a toy, to being full-fledged communication and safety devices. In that spirit, the Xplora X5 Play offers excellent, matured hardware with some fun ways to encourage children to be active. But does it all work in a cohesive package?
Oculus Store quality requirements are strict, but Oculus's new App Lab program lets indie developers officially publish more unpolished titles that are a ton of fun. Then, there are unofficial SideQuest games, betas, mods, and demos that can be sideloaded onto your Quest 2, many of which are free. Here are the best sideloaded games to add to your Oculus Quest or Quest 2 library.