The developers have updated the app with a nice material style and rather interestingly they’ve added Android Wear support. So now you can take a picture on your phone and a card appears on your watch asking if you want to view the photo or delete the photo. I’m sure some of you will find a use for this.
Sometimes I’ll take a picture quickly, shoving my phone quickly back into my pocket, so having the ability to view it on my wrist is handy.
To try this out make sure you’ve got an Android Wear device paired up, install MyRoll Gallery from the link below, go into the settings and make sure Android Wear is ticked. Take a picture and the new card should appear on your watch. Enjoy.
Google Play Store Link – MyRoll
Google has plans to release a new version of Android that will be directly built into cars, getting rid of the need to pair the car’s infotainment system with a smartphone for a user to access features, reports Reuters. This is a big move from Google’s current Android Auto and Apple’s CarPlay, which require a phone to be connected to stream music, access maps, and more. ... Read the rest of this post here
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You've been able to catch up with episodes of Jersey Shore through MTV's iOS and Android apps for around a year. But, if you wanted to gasp along with the action as it was broadcast, you'd have to make an appointment to take over the family TV. Thankfully, the reality channel has updated apps on both platforms to bring a live feed of both MTV and MTV2 to your device (assuming you have a participating pay-TV provider to log-in with). That said, we can't imagine anyone persisting with the feature for too long - those ad-breaks are a lot shorter when you're catching up.
You may have to give up a few things from Gmail to use Google's task-oriented Inbox email app, but smartwatch support isn't one them. The company has updated the app (on Android) to bring Android Wear support, letting you check mail, send replies and mark completed items from the comfort of your wrist. There are some meaningful upgrades whether or not you have advanced wristwear, including suggestions for reminders and a better tablet interface. Swing by Google Play if any of these refinements are the excuse you needed to give Inbox a spin.
Source: Google Play
A new study looking at how mobile Android apps track smartphone users has revealed some interesting facts about Android applications, InfoWorld reports, finding that many apps collect plenty of personal data in an attempt to track users online and serve them targeted ads in the process.