The Week in iOS Apps: Android on Your iPhone
Every once in awhile we observe that if you wanted an Android experience on your iPhone, it's probably not that difficult. Two updated apps this week show why. First, the free Google Calendar app has been updated—the latest version lets you see more …
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What updates should Android developers focus on from Google I/O?
She also discusses some of the exciting new APIs released with the Android M preview, as well as Google's new Design Support Library, which makes it easier for designers to implement many of the features of material design without a lot of extra work.
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BlackBerry adds private chat feature to BBM on iOS and Android
With the number of messaging alternatives available nowadays, the lure of BlackBerry's ultra-secure BBM platform isn't what it once was. Nonetheless, there's a loyal stable of users who stand by the Canadian company's messenger, and for these people, …
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Microsoft Officially Launches Office For Android Phone
Microsoft this morning announced the official launch of Office for Android phone, five weeks after the company rolled out the suite of applications as a preview. Today's release, which includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint designed for the Android …
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