Apple is the dominant maker of smartphones sold in the United States, and its operating system continues to hold its ground against Android, according to data released today by comScore.
Earlier this week, Google+ quietly started supporting uploads of full-resolution photos from desktop computers in addition to Android smartphones.
One year after issuing its first Android app, Instagram said today that nearly half of its users employ Android devices. Instagram for Android has helped make this community more global than ever,” the company said in a blog post.
Google knows that you look up actors’ names and previous roles after — and while — you watch movies. Now if you have an Android tablet, you don’t have to conduct a separate search.
The Google+ app for Android got an update today that features a redesigned content stream and more ways for users to interact with Communities on the social network.
Google launched an Evernote competitor today, after news of the app was leaked earlier this week.
Google launched an update for Gmail today that allows users to reply to messages from the notification window without opening up the app.
Facebook likes to test product updates before releasing them to everyone. In keeping with that theme, the social network last Thursday announced a beta club just for Android users to stay up to date on new experimental features.
Sundar Pichai, Google’s senior vice president of Chrome and Apps will take on the leadership of the Android operating system, replacing Andy Rubin, the company said today.
Google will now allow users to sign in to third-party apps using their Google+ log-in, the company said today.