Every year at about a month before one of Google’s biggest events, I/O, happens we see a update and redesign of the app used to follow all the news. Last year we were treated to the (yet-to-be-named) half-material app, and this year the app has finally been fully updated to embrace material to the fullest. What other changes await us inside?
If you’ve ever struggled with trying to find a good deal on nearby restaurants but haven’t had any luck, then we have an app for you. Feed Me is an application by Jack Underwood (of Underwood Apps LTD) that is dedicated to helping people find coupons at restaurants near them. It’s community driven and made for your area.
Earlier this year T-Mobile announced that they would be giving customers “data stash”, meaning customers got to keep unused data. Not too long after that, AT&T decided that they, too, would let customers keep their unused data as well. Today AT&T has announced that they’re going to be extending that same data rollover to some of their prepaid GoPhone plans.
It’s been a while since I’ve talked about new and improved Google Now features. Not to say there haven’t been any (see: Shopping), I’ve just been too busy worrying about important stuff like, well, you know… food!
Google+ has been overdue for a new feature and Google has definitely satisfied that today by announcing and releasing “Collections.” Collections is a way to group your posts by their topic. For example, you could create a Collection that is comic book based and fill it up with a bunch of neat comic news. Users of Google+ can also follow Collections about things that they’re interested in.
Google Play Music All Access has been on scene now for a couple years and has been through many praises and insults. Besides having a long name, the service hasn’t completely replaced other streaming music apps completely yet. Now Google is granting you more time before you’re going to have to pay for the service.
It’s always a good day here in the community when we can get value products for less, and today’s deal revolves around one of my personal favorite accessory manufacturers, Spigen — which no one knows hows to pronounce. They have a sale going on over on Amazon where you can get cases for numerous devices around $3-6 a piece.
Yesterday during Google’s community-coined #UpdateWednesday, the tech giant not only update several apps (such as Googel+, Messenger, and Chrome Beta) but they also decided to release a few more apps under their portfolio: Chrome Dev, Project FI, and Connectivity Services. All of which you can go to the Play Store and download now.