Don't-Miss App Stories
The Guardian Project's alpha release is now available for anyone to test out.
If you want a whole bunch of Yahoo one swipe away from your home page, then here's the way to do it.
The update should delight Pushbullet fans who use the service to share files, links, and more between devices.
An updated version of the app will show artists' searches to users.
Embracing the shift to apps can help your IT team stay up to date with any issue.
There is a ton of new clothing and other add-ons to customize your robot or get it ready for Pride weekend.
The excellent Monument Valley and smart forecast app Weather Live are yours for the taking from Amazon's grab bag.
New battery-saving features include the ability to disable Bluetooth or Wi-Fi automatically when you're low on juice.
Human-curated playlists, the fruit of Google's acquisition of Songza, are part of the free offering that anyone can try.
A floating action button and colored design bar bring the app more fully in line with Google's design aesthetic.
Enough about all those iOS exclusives. It's time to celebrate apps that show off the type of features only possible on Android.
Look out Apple Watch: From Hello Kitty and Moomin, to Lulu Frost and Cynthia Rowley, Android Wear's watch face variety just keeps growing.
The new Remote Keyboard app is designed for Intel's NUC and Compute Stick miniature PCs, but should work with any machine running Windows 7 and higher.
Version 3.1 reworks the interface and brings you closer to parity with the iOS version.