Google Now is always changing, adapting, and adding new setting for users to enable, modify, and benefit from. One recent change we noted, was the addition of medical symptom information in card view, right when you ask for it. And now, we’re treated to yet another new Google Now feature: voice activated settings.
There are several way to look at social networks on Android, each network may have its own first-party apps with many more third-party ones trailing behind it. Imgur is one such network, a network that focuses on users uploading pictures, that are then used for easy viewing and sharing. The downfall to the network is its app selection on Android is pretty poor. Right Meow Apps is here to change that.
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.
While Google gladly gave us Android 4.2, they failed to provide any official full length changelog. While the Android collective was able to decipher the majority of improvements and features, many wondered what else we could be missing? Well, wonder no more, as Google has released the official changelog for Android 4.2, detailing everything and anything under the Jelly Bean sun.
There’s no denying the fact that HTC has fallen from the good graces of the Android community and gone are the days of its once Nexus One royalty status. As sales, profits, and reputation continue to tank, HTC looks for a Hail Mary pass to get them out of the hole they’ve dug themselves into. That Hail Mary pass is the HTC One.