Welp, it’s official. Thimbleweed Park will be getting a mobile version. After lots of wondering and speculation, the developers confirmed it today. Thimbleweed Park will be available on both iOS and Android sometime in the near future. There’s no release date just yet.
Microsoft recently released a new app for Android called Path Guide, which allows you to easily create and follow custom routes for indoor areas that exist as linear instructions separate from a map. Think of a children’s treasure hunt where each goal shows the next step, toss the whole thing on your phone, and that’s the concept. Even more interesting, it makes the process of creating those directions literally as easy as taking a walk.
Microsoft’s Path Guide app for Android makes creating and giving directions indoors easy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
If you’re tired ofPokémon GObut still want something to satisfy your mobilePokémon fix,Magikarp Jumpmay just do the trick. It’s out now on Android devices the world over. While it looks like a simple arcade jumper, there’s quite a bit more to it than that.
Hello, Trump iPhone.
President Trump famously took advantage of Twitter in the 2016 campaign in ways that other candidates wouldn’t — or couldn’t. And, as The New York Times noted way back in October 2015, he used a Samsung Galaxy to do it, having no computer in his office.
Internet sleuths later deduced the phone was probably a Galaxy S3, released in May 2012, which could only run older, insecure versions of the Android operating system. As the “Reply All” podcast demonstrated in a smart/terrifying episode, readily available hacking software could completely eliminate the privacy of a person still using one of these phones.
But hey, good news — it looks like Trump’s Android days may be in the past. At least, he’s no longer tweeting from Android, which you can see for yourself by searching Twitter for tweets from source:”Twitter for Android”. Trump’s tweets are all now coming from an iPhone (or possibly multiple iPhones, assuming he is still sharing the account with his team), which you can verify by searching for tweets from source:”Twitter for iPhone”.
He hasn’t tweeted from an Android device since March 25 of this year, when he encouraged his tens of millions of followers to watch “Justice with Judge Jeanine” on Fox News:
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 25, 2017
Throughout the presidential campaign, tweets were posted to @realDonaldTrump from both Android and iOS devices, and occasionally via Instagram. As savvy Twitter-searchers noticed then, the more aggressive, shoot-from-the-hip tweets tended to come from an Android device, while the more polished, genial ones were most likely posted by someone on his campaign from an iPhone.
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Among the many things Google announced at I/O 2017 last week, one of them was the ability for people to create and order physical albums with Google Photos. The only problem with that, however, is you could only use it through a desktop browser. Than…
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One of Android O’s newly announced features at I/O is notification dots on app icons on your homescreen. Much like iOS or plenty of third-party Android launchers and add-ons, O will add a little dot to your app icon to tell you that you have a notification awaiting from this app specifically. Tapping and holding on the icon will show a pop-up with the different notifications coming from it, and you can swipe them away.
Nova Launcher beta brings Android O’s notification dots was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Everyone’s getting into the mesh Wi-Fi business these days. Google Wifi was released last year, Samsung is working on a mesh router, and a hanful of other products from Netgear, Linksys, Ubiquiti, and others are on the market. Now ASUS is preparing to launch its own mesh network system, called ‘Lyra,’ and the Android control application is already live on the Play Store.
The short product page for the Lyra doesn’t reveal too many technical details, but the feature set sounds similar to the Google Wifi.
The Android app for ASUS’ upcoming Lyra mesh Wi-Fi network system is already available was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Google has announced some UI design changes to Android TV, which will be arriving with Android O. The homescreen now has a completely new look. With the help of new APIs, app developers will be able to let their apps make multiple channels, which will be visible as rows on your screen. The app can then populate these channels with programs that it sees fit. At the top will be a permanent section for your frequently used apps and below it will be Watch Next that will feature content based on your watching preferences. Along with the UI redesign, Google is also bringing Assistant to…
A new Samsung phone has been announced. Dubbed Galaxy Feel, the device is powered by an SoC with octa-core 1.6GHz processor, and sports a 4.7-inch, HD screen. RAM is 3GB, while internal memory is 32GB. The handset features a 16MP main camera and a 5MP front shooter. Measuring 138x67x8.3mm and weighing in at 149g, the phone runs Android 7.0 Nougat OS, and packs in a 3,000mAh battery. Color options include white, black, and pink. The device is also water and dust proof. Pre-bookings for the Galaxy Feel are now live in Japan (through NTT DoCoMo), with sales scheduled to…