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Like I addressed when Google gave away Kaskade’s album, I live by and love music yet Country is one style that I simply don’t have a fondness for. Therefore, I don’t know much about Mr. Aldean, but what I do know is important: you can grab his latest album for free thanks to Google Play Music.
Google Play houses more content than just apps, games, and Nexus devices. If you look around you can actually download books, magazines, and even movies/TV shows. With devices sporting larger higher quality screens, entertainment on mobile devices has actually become enjoyable. Google knows this and has been working hard to increase their already extensive stockpile of quality content. Just recently, Google added one new breakout show to their collection that you may want to take a peek at.
Right after Google I/O 2014, Xposed creator, Rovo89, stated a couple things to the community: First, Xposed didn’t work on Android 5.0 due to its ART framework. Second, he would begin working on a new version until a stable version of Lollipop was available to the public (since Google changes things on the backend almost everyday). After making those statements, he pretty much left the community in the dark. That is until now.
Google Now is getting more expansive and helpful everyday thanks to information that Google is getting from users. Apparently 1 in 20 questions asked on the search engine is health related. To aid these statistics, Google has enabled answers from their knowledge graph to be shown when you search for health information.
Google’s developer conference, a.k.a Google I/O, is an annual event where the company holds sessions to talk about new products, services, and where they are putting their focus at for the year. It’s also where we’re usually introduced to the newest version of Android or some great offshoot product that will be ready in the months to come.
The OnePlus One (OPO) was certainly a device that caught the attention of mobile phone fans back when it was first unveiled in March 2014. This newcomer device boasted specs that were ahead of its time and at an unbelievably low price. The device seemed too good to be true and the hype train left the station full steam. However, it didn’t take long for that train to come to a screeching halt. In fact, I’d say it damn well exploded into a million OnePlus One pieces.
The company appeared to imploded rather quickly after several marketing faux pas, shipping issues, customer service disasters, and its infamous invite system. Despite the vile backlash from mobile users across the world, the OnePlus One is still trying to push its once feigned over product but I can’t help but wonder whether it’s still a device to pine over and whether or not it’s still worth trying to acquire.