You might remember the Android logo peeing on the Apple logo that showed up in Google Maps a few months ago. Though we have to admit that was quite funny, it was also inappropriate and Google didn’t like it. After the incident, they decided to remove Map Maker to make some changes, and now it’s back.
Google made some changes to Map Maker, and it is now available again in the US and 44 more countries. The updated Map Maker is a little more restricted now, which every edit needing an approval by a regional lead, which, as Google says, are users that show a clear interest in improving the map of their areas and will help moderate these changes.
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Facebook Moments has gotten its first major update since its June launch. The new version makes the service available in more languages and countries, but also adds a pretty cool feature that centers on videos. The new Moments app will take a few of your pictures and turn them into a video that you can edit and share with family and friends.
Facebook Moments uses Facebook’s world-renowned facial recognition and timestamps to find picture that you’re in but maybe weren’t tagged in or told about. After permission is granted, it offers the users the pictures in a combined gallery and lets everyone involved have access to them. The addition of video creation on [...]
Link Bubble, the popular bubble browser, has just got it’s major update, and it’s not exactly in the app. A few weeks ago the developer of the app, Chris Lacy, announced that the app had new owners. Today, Link Bubble has been made free for all, and if you bought it recently you will be offered a refund.
If you’ve ever used Link Bubble before, you will know there used to be a free version of the app with limited features, and full version, but you will only find one app now. For those of you who bought the app on or after August 4th, you can send an email to [email protected] to request your refund.
Check the app if you haven’t already, it [...]
The leaks surrounding the Moto 360 2nd Gen have been many, we’ve already seen several photos of the smartwatch and now a retailer has revealed the pricing.
MobileFun posted on their webite that there are three models of the new Moto 360, one with Cognac Leather strap, which says is sized at 46.5mm, while the other two are said to be smaller variants with light stainless steel and dark stainless steel straps. The bigger one is said to cost US$392.49, while the smaller version will cost $326.99.
But these aren’t confirmed by Motorola, you should take it as a rumor and not put your money there just yet, though they say it’s available for pre-order on [...]
Microsoft’s personal voice assistant, Cortana, is now available for Android in public beta for anyone in the US. The app was initially launched in a closed beta, so close that even if you managed to snag the APK, you wouldn’t be able to use it. But now, it is finally open and anyone who wants to try it out can sign up and download it.
Keep in mind, Cortana for Android is a beta and it is bound to have some issues which you, as a beta tester, are responsible for reporting and helping make the app better.
Cortana for Android let’s you replace Google Now as your voice assistance, and has proven to be very good. Check it out and let us know if you like [...]
New images of what seems to be a 5.7 inch device, namely Huawei’s Nexus, have been leaked, showing a weird bump on the back of the device where the camera is.
The photos shows a device with round corners and the Nexus logo on the back. What’s also visibly noticable is the camera part of the device, which has some kind of bump that we hope means a kick-ass camera. There’s also a circle in the middle of the back that could be a fingerprint scanner, but nothing has been confirmed yet. Another photo shows what could be a case for this device.
Leaks show that there might be two Nexus devices in the works, the other being a 5.2 inch device by LG. Other leaks [...]