Pebble appstore has been made available with SDK 2.0 Beta 6 apps for iOS ( not Android yet ). Announced a month back, Pebble appstore is a one stop shop for users to find and download watchfaces and apps and also keep them updated, right from with
Google had just released Android 4.4.1 and has surprisingly started rolling out version 4.4.2 to users. The update is available over the air and is very minor (2MB only!) and contains some bug fixes and security enhancements. You can go to Settings > About Phone > System
It is a well known fact that Nexus 4 benchmarks and performs slower than other smartphones, which run on the same quad-core processor. Luckily, for Android 4.4 users, Qualcomm, the processor maker, has released updated Dalvik and Bionic libraries for Nexus 4 which help speed up the
Glass is Google’s most ambitious project I know of. It takes the best of Google’s services and puts them in a well designed ( and not too bad looking ) wearable device, bring technology as close as possible to us. While wearable computing is still taking off
Google has started rolling out Android 4.4.1 for selected Nexus devices: 4, 5 and 7 ( 2013 model ). The update consists of some improvements to Nexus 5 camera performance and quality, much of which were highly needed. Apart from this, all devices get some UI tweaks
Tweetbot is one of the best, if not the best, Twitter app available on mobile platforms. With iOS 7, the developers behind Tweetbot took their time to redesign it which resulted in an amazing app albeit one which required some spit and polish. Tweetbot 3.1 was one step
Windows Phone users might have not felt that they need an official YouTube app after the availability of apps like Metrotube but Microsoft has finally closed this gap in their apps catalogue, for good. The official YouTube app was released a few months ago by Microsoft but
Twitter has rolled out simultaneous updates for its apps across different platforms which include iPhone, Android, iPad, its websites as well as TweetDeck app. One of the most important and somewhat silly update ( because it should have been there since ages ) is direct messages sync.
Apple has released iOS 7 beta 3 to developers for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The new release contains tons of fixes as well as performance improvements and visual changes over the previous betas.
Adding devices to app screenshots is very popular nowadays. If you are an Android developer, have no Photoshop skills, but still want to add various device frames to your app screenshots, there are some easy ways to do so. One such Android only method is by using