Android Web Market Is Now Compatible with Non-Official Devices

In the world the number of devices and manufacturers involved Android has grown exponentially in recent months, which has led many of those devices are not officially supported by Google. Continue reading

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Ice Cream Sandwich Arrives at GooglePlex and Will Be Presented on October 19

As it is still usual in Google few days present a new version of Android the Mountain View boys put the sculpture of that version in the gardens of the building 44 of GooglePlex to publicize its release this next.

Today the day has come where the sculpture of Android Ice Cream Sandwich It lands this garden to keep company to the sculpture gingante of Android and the rest of sculptures of Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Gingerbread and Honeycomb, the old version of Android. Continue reading

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Forecasts and Business, The Most Profitable Applications from Android Market

We are going to continue trying to statistics in Xataka Android, and it is that this time we receive interesting data with applications such as protagonists. In particular, the graphic that we show, lists the categories of applications depending on the volume of business that you have had in the month of August. Continue reading

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Android May Not Be Opened, Due to The Purchase of Motorola by Google, According to The CEO of HP

The Android community in general is very proud of its operating system, among other things by the large community that is behind it thanks to precisely to that Google keeps it open. But this may not be so, as the new CEO of HP, Meg Whitman, has said that with Motorola as part of Google, could close the mobile operating system. Continue reading

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How to Disable The Notifications of Applications on Android

With 4.1 Android (Jelly Bean) came the new notifications, much more complete and dynamics, as if they were boxes that now we can have buttons to perform actions and gestures expand your information, but also added the possibility of disable notifications I do not want to. Continue reading

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Name Him PondríAis to Android N If Google Finally Allowed to Vote? Engadget Android Questions

This week we have echoed on how Sundar Pichai has dropped the name of the next version of Android We could be able to choose it for users through a vote. Come on, that which the next Android call Nutella, Nutella or custard would depend on us. So we wanted to use our weekly question so tell us how llamaríais to the next version of Android. That Yes, has to start with N. Continue reading

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What Have Spent It The Balance Free from PayPal to Google Play? Engadget Android Questions

Since last Monday, PayPal has begun to offer €3 free coupons to spend on Google Play. Although initially these coupons were designed to offer in different countries, we have been able to go them accumulating in our accounts by gathering an interesting amount of money to spend during the next few days. Continue reading

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Do You Wait for The Official Upgrade to Have 4.4 or Bet by The ROMs? Engadget Android Questions

Very recently that it has unveiled officially Android 4.4 and released the code so that all interested parties could use it in their own way, whether optimizing applications or developing ROMs. There has also been some manufacturers like Sony that have intentions of your upgrade plan.

However, in many cases it is preferable to attend ROMs made by the community to be able to update the terminal, either because they have it before, have not yet official functions or because they are not updated. So the question this week is Continue reading

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It Benefit Google Android Not Pulled out Maps for IOS? Engadget Android Questions

These days it seems that I will not comment otherwise: in the new version of iOS still no Google Maps and instead the new Apple Maps are disastrous. If Google decides to not take version of Google Maps for iOS, would it benefit to Android? That’s what we want to ask you this week.

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Google Play Reduces The Size of The Updates of Applications by 65%

Google do not want your users to have to spend a large amount of data in your rate to upgrade your applications and games when they can not update for Wi-Fi, and for this Optimizing the size of download the updates again.

Last summer managed to reduce the size of the updates in an average of 47% thanks to the algorithm bsdiff (by Colin Percival) which has now been enhanced with the new patched file by file, thus reduce the size of the updates in an average of 65%, and in some cases by more than 90%. Continue reading

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Google Play Begins to Separate The Tops Games Applications

Although the games are technically applications, not all applications are games. Google this difference seems to have given him the same thing for years, but now finally beginning to separate applications and games available in Google Play Top lists. Continue reading

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How to Keep a Secret Conversation with Facebook Messenger

The encrypted end-to-end already arrived this week to the messaging application Facebook Messenger, but just like Google Allo, this extra security protection will only be available through its new function of secret talks.

New secret Facebook Messenger conversations allows us to send ephemeral and encrypted messages our contacts, and its operation is very simple. Continue reading

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Vodafone Gets Its Section in The Android Market

Vodafone It remains strongly committed to Android. Two months ago we saw how committed with Google, together more operators and manufacturers, to update all its terminals quickly in its first 18 months of life. Perhaps for that reason has taken the next step, launch your own section in the Android Market, to avoid having to customize the terminals with your applications. Continue reading

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So You Can Try on Your Samsung with Nougat Bixby

We don’t know if Bixby will end up being the ultimate personal assistant, but if you have an updated Samsung device to Android Nougat – which, sadly, is not that there are many – can itself be the judge, testing it unofficially. Continue reading

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The Final Goodbye: Cyanogen Inc Is Now The Mysterious Company Andrasta

At the end of 2016 was one of those news stories that we would have liked it to be a hoax. Cyanogen Inc., the company behind the development of CyanogenMod ROM, missed closing permanently to your business. Community development around this initiative was quite rapid in reorganized and shortly after it announced the birth of LineageOS.

So far did not know which would be the future of what was left of Cyanogen Inc and either there has been no official announcement about the next step, but a slip of the ex-CEO of Cyanogen on Twitter has left uncovered the new stage of the company (or part of it). Cyanogen is now Andrasta. Continue reading

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Smart Watches From Apple Comes To Brazil This Friday

Apple began selling the Smart Watch Apple Watch in Brazil this Friday, 16, the first intelligent clock company of Tim Cook. With prices ranging between 2900 and 135,000 R$ R$, the watch is available in Brazil in 12 different models, with different choices of bracelets.

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