Don't-Miss Android Stories
According to Nielsen, Facebook and Google rule the mobile world, and Apple Music is more popular than we thought.
This new churn prediction method gives developers more information about when people are ditching out on their gaming session.
Stave off the boring conversation, questionable food, and terrible Christmas movies with this assortment of Android apps and gear.
Grab these new and updated games while they're decked out with seasonal spirit.
Add Chrome tabs to the "overview" screen, search the web for images, instantly share snippets of text, search Google without leaving the current page, and more.
One last look at the latest Android apps and games before 2016 rolls around.
Messenger will attempt to recognize the people in a picture you want to share and suggest who to send it to.
Nutella? Nougat? Nestle? You may have a say in what Google calls the next release of Android.
‘Tis the season to be grateful that you have a smartphone.
Microsoft delved even deeper into providing software for Android on Thursday with the launch of Microsoft Apps, a new application that gives users of Google's operating system a one-stop shop to find apps like Word, Cortana and Bing.
Translations bounce back and forth from an iOS or Android watch to a phone with the updated Microsoft Translator app.
You'll find plenty of new accessories and clothing options to give your robot some zany style.
With top publishers like The New York Times and The Atlantic, articles will load almost instantly since they're stored on Facebook's servers.
HTC clearly took some design inspiration from the Nexus 6P, building its own camera visor on the back.
Traveling during the holidays—or any time, really—is stressful enough. Here are some apps that can help.