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Disney killing off Marvel: Avengers Alliance 1 and 2 games on September 30

Since 2009, Disney has owned the entertainment arm of Marvel, meaning it has full rights to the Marvel characters, such as Iron Man, Spiderman, Thor, and anything else the company creates. Sadly, this means Disney can also kill off things. Today...
by Android Match on Sep 2, 2016

Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet Review

Whilst the Apple iPad and Samsung’s latest tablet offerings deliver some pretty extravagant processing power and impressive visuals, the advanced features come at a fairly steep price point.And although the Sony Xperia Z4 has been with us for a whi...
by GameTabletz.com on Sep 2, 2016

Chrome Dev adds a downloads manager and the ability to save a page for offline viewing

On both mobile and desktop, downloading things from the internet is pretty obviously a big deal. Since it launched in 2008, Chrome has had a download manager, and now the Android version is following suit, with a Download menu appearing in the latest...
by Android Match on Sep 1, 2016

Genius 2.0 lets you save lyrics for offline, adds slick animations in redesigned song page

Genius, which started out as Rap Genius, is a cool Android app for music lovers who want to not just discover the lyrics to their favorite songs, but also the stories and trivia behind them. With version 2.0, the app is getting a couple of nifty...
by Android Match on Sep 1, 2016

Facebook Messenger introduces Instant Video, an answer to Google Duo

In a Google Duo world, do you really want to fire up an old-fashioned video chat? Facebook figures your answer is 'prolly not,' so it's simplifying the experience inside of Messenger. This change is called Instant Video.Facebook Messenger's new appro...
by Android Match on Sep 1, 2016

Snapseed version 2.9 gets new tools for faces, perspective, white balance, and compression

Google bought photo editor Snapseed a little less than four years ago, and the developers have been steadily improving the app and adding new features since then. The latest version is 2.9, which started rolling out to new users yesterday and just hi...
by Android Match on Sep 1, 2016

Instagram photo zoom is starting to roll out on Android

Pinch-to-zoom has existed in photo-centric apps for years. However, not in Instagram. Yes, perhaps the most popular photo sharing community that has ever existed does not have support for zooming in on photos, but that won't be the case for much long...
by Android Match on Sep 1, 2016

Sunrise Calendar lives to see another day as Microsoft postpones shutdown

The popular calendar app Sunrise was supposed to shut down permanently yesterday, but that didn't happen. Microsoft now says it has decided to hold off on killing Sunrise while it works to integrate more Sunrise features into the Outlook app. That do...
by Android Match on Sep 1, 2016

Thursday’s greatest tech offers: nonda ZUS automotive charger that may additionally find your automotive

One of many coolest gadgets I’ve come throughout these days, and I’m at present within the means of testing it out now, is the nonda ZUS sensible automotive charger. It not solely expenses two units on the similar time like different auto...
by picturedir on Sep 1, 2016

21 Best Android Wear Apps And Watch Faces From 6/1/16—8/31/16

Your wrist is looking rather bereft of apps and watch faces, but we can assist with this roundup. Contained herein are all the best things to hit Android Wear in the last couple months. Slap on your watch and get ready to test.Wear AppsRith...
by Android Match on Sep 1, 2016

Wednesday’s greatest tech offers and low cost codes

Have a Samsung Galaxy smartphone? The Gear VR headset is at its least expensive worth now we’ve ever seen at $fifty nine.ninety nine. It’s fairly jaw dropping to expertise VR with the Gear VR headset, and at this worth it’s now rather more...
by picturedir on Aug 31, 2016

Philips Hue is the first smart home device that works with Google OnHub

The Google OnHub was launched one year ago with a lot of implicit promises about smart home functionality. We never saw any of that materialize, though the router has gotten more capable. Now there's finally some smart home integration happening in t...
by Android Match on Aug 31, 2016

Moto adds its file manager app to the Play Store for easy updates

Motorola was the first major smartphone maker to start putting its stock apps in the Play Store. Before that, OEMs would only update those apps as part of an OTA update. It sounds positively barbaric by today's standards. Motorola isn't done yet, tho...
by Android Match on Aug 31, 2016

Google announces Search In Apps, a new way to search for personal content

Android's always been pretty good at search - it's developed by the world's biggest search company, so you'd hope so - but one thing that it's always struggled with is searching content on your device, having removed it in Ice Cream Sandwich because...
by Android Match on Aug 31, 2016

Snapchat makes it easier to create On-Demand Geofilters, updates Android app with text formatting and more

In February, Snapchat introduced a way for anyone to create custom geofilters for events such as birthdays or weddings (or almost anything else, really). Until now, creating a filter required at least a minimal level of mastery of tools such as Photo...
by Android Match on Aug 31, 2016

38 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last 2 weeks (8/16/16 - 8/30/16)

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by Android Match on Aug 30, 2016

Geekbench 4 now available on Android for all your benchmarking needs

Earlier this month, I wrote about possibly the worst benchmarking application I had ever seen, 'Nenamark.' But Geekbench has come to save the day, bringing their Geekbench 4 benchmarking utility to Android. Geekbench is another cross-platform benchma...
by Android Match on Aug 30, 2016

SwiftKey's email and phone number predictions have now returned to the stable release

SwiftKey is getting back to normal. It all started with a bug that led to people receiving personalized suggestions for other users, which caused SwiftKey to temporarily shut down its sync servers. While sync came back pretty quickly, it only provide...
by Android Match on Aug 30, 2016

Google+ Web Preview now default look, Google+ Classic going away

Back in November last year, Google rolled out a new-look Google+ and deemed it a 'preview' of what was to come. It was generally assumed that at some point this would replace what has become known as 'Google+ Classic,' and that day has now arrived,&n...
by Android Match on Aug 30, 2016

[Deal Alert] Alarm Clock Xtreme & Timer and Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee both available for 0.10 in multiple countries (no US)

App deals are great, so it's good to see two available for €0.10 (or the equivalent in countries running the deal). One is an alarm clock, the other a popular game that has 50,000 downloads. As usual these are not available in the US - countries th...
by Android Match on Aug 30, 2016


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