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Google Now Rolling Out Multiple Language Support

Google Now has become one of Google’s flagship products, completely replacing the default search application in Android, being linked with Play Services, and being one of the major pieces of technology behind projects like Google Glass and Android Wear, through the excellent voice recognition component. A great thing is that, since Google Now is able…

Lock Your Children’s Phone with Ignore No More

Tired of your children not calling you back despite repeated attempts? Worried about what might have happened and have no way to get in touch with your kids? Well, the same thing worried a mom, frustrated about her children not calling her back right away. So, she developed an app to tackle this very issue.…

Push Content Between Android and Desktop with Pushbullet

There are multiple ways to share content between your main computer and your Android devices, but not all of them are great. Of course, the best solution is always to simply connect your device to the computer using a USB cable, but that’s cumbersome and not even that great of an option in recent Android versions,…

Chromecast Screen Casting

The Chromecast, since release, hasn’t failed to receive some care and attention from Google, continually expanding the range of features and compatible apps, having a increasingly solid development environment and becoming a natural extension of the Android ecossystem. At I/O Google showed off one of the upcoming features for the Chromecast app for Android, which…

Make Your Own Google Now Commands With Commandr

Google Now is one of the best features of Android. Apple fans can bang the Siri drum all they want, but the fact is that while Siri is more sociable, Google Now provides better voice recognition, faster updates, better results and more features, which is what a personal assistant should excel at. However, for all…

How To Install the Android L Keyboard

There has been a lot of coverage about the upcoming version of Android, Android L, and what it means for the future of our beloved phones and tablets. However, since Google has made available a developer preview version for the Nexus 5 and 7, people have already started ripping and porting some of the new…

Top 5 Background Improvements in Android L

There was a lot demoed at the Google I/O 2014 keynote, but as you may know, there’s a lot more to I/O other than the keynote. Many times, the most exciting news are shared over exclusive talks and conferences, and the details of what’s new or how it works are only approached there, with the more technically-minded…