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The next Android OS is called Android 6.0 Marshmallow [Official]

The next Android OS is called Android 6.0 Marshmallow [Official]

We are just a month away from Google showing off its new Android 6.0 operating system code named Marshmallow.  They will do so, with the launch of the two new Nexus devices. One is made by LG (Nexus 5 2015) and its brother will be bigger like the Nexus 6 but built by Huawei. Google had kept a lot of people guessing what their next Android OS will be named, when early this year, Android M as introduced. If the preview builds are to be...

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Android 6.0 or M to come with Multi-Window Feature [RUMOR]

Android 6.0 or M to come with Multi-Window Feature [RUMOR]

Every year Google comes up with its new edition to the Android family naming them after tasty deserts. The names usually are alphabetical so after J, K, L now its the turn for “M”.  So, it would go as Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lolipop and now rumored to be Muffin. This is still early days, as most devices are still stuck on KitKat and yet have to see Android 5.0 or 5.1 Lollipop.  According to rumors, Google’s next Android...

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Android 5.0 Lollipop – A Sweet New Take on Android

Android 5.0 Lollipop – A Sweet New Take on Android

Google has finally made it official, the much awaited “Android L” is…*drum rolls please*… Android 5.0 Lollipop. Not only that but Google also announced the Nexus 6 made by Motorola, Nexus 9 made by HTC and Asus’s Nexus Player. We had received a glimpse of the new operating the system at Google I/O earlier this year and couldn’t wait for it to get officially released. Now that it is finally here, lets get...

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Google Play Store gets Material Design with version 5.0.31

Google Play Store gets Material Design with version 5.0.31

We got a nice surprise from Google this morning, as they updated the Play Store to version 5.0.31. The very first change you will see is that the Google Play Store Icon has been changed, looks quite modern. The new Play Store is built on the ‘Material Design” layout, which gives the app a very nice minimalistic touch. The various categories have much bolder colors with a much flatter design.  When you slide open the menu tab...

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Google Android One – Affordable Smartphones for the Masses

Google Android One – Affordable Smartphones for the Masses

  Google’s Android One initiative is aimed specifically at developing markets. Low budget phones are available in abundance but they do not give the user the same fluid android experience their expensive counter parts tend to deliver. This is mostly due to the fact, the OEM’s put their own skins on the device which takes up the major chunk of internal memory available. This leads to lag and low performance of the devices. ...

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Check out AcDisplay – A beautiful and minimalistic notification lock screen

Check out AcDisplay – A beautiful and minimalistic notification lock screen

There are plenty of lock screen and notifications apps in the Play Store these days but one that caught our eye is AcDisplay. This notification app works as a lock screen as well and lets you see all your notifications at a glance. The app has a feature called Active Mode that uses the sensors on your phone to wake it up when you take your phone out of your pocket and shows if you have any alerts and then goes back to sleep after a few...

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