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Google Text-to-speech adds multiple male and female voices

I still wish I could listen to Snoop Dog's graceful voice reading Android Authority articles out loud. We are not quite there yet, but at least things are getting a little better.

What the HTC One A9's 'decrypt storage' boot prompt is about

The HTC One A9 may boot up a little differently than your previous Android phone. There's a new step to take between turning your phone on and it fully booting up. That's another feature of Android Marshmallow — or, rather, a feature being re-enforced in Marshmallow: Encrypted storage. Show More Summary

Alphabet's 20 most ambitious moonshot projects

Google went through a massive reorganization October 2015 when Alphabet became its parent company. Projects that weren't part of Google's core business (Google search engine and Android) were spun out into separate Alphabet companies...Show More Summary

The Nexus power button double-press camera launch should be a standard Android feature

One of the more functional features Google rolled out this year isn't likely to leave the Nexus lineup. Being able to quickly launch the camera on your phone is the best. Watching people unlock their phone and tap the camera icon onShow More Summary

Android Has Gone MAD!!

The owners of Android based smartphones and tablets will have ample opportunity to lower their collective IQs and loosen their stools with digital copies of MAD now available on their devices. Google stock is sure to take a hit on Monday.

Moto X 2014 for AT&T and Verizon on sale for just $99.99 at Best Buy

If you are looking for a cheap Android smartphone, you might want to consider the Moto X 2014 today. Best Buy is selling both the AT&T and Verizon versions of Motorola's phone for just $99.99 without a contract. There's no word on how...Show More Summary

Don’t Miss These Android Stories: February 13, 2016

19 hours agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

We are only a week away from pure craziness, did you realize that? I’m talking about the kick-off to MWC, of course, where Samsung and LG will go head-to-head to see who can make the next big flagship phone. Our gut tells us that both will make amazing phones, but you have to admit that […] Don’t Miss These Android Stories: February 13, 2016 is a post from: Droid Life

Five awesome new Android Wear watch faces

When it comes to watch faces on Android Wear there are more than you could possibly go through in a day. Even more (and even better) new watch faces are added on a daily basis, along with updates to the watch faces that were already available. Show More Summary

Five Ways to Make a Viral Android App

There is no single formula that every business could use to make their Android App go viral. Although identifying the coefficient... The post Five Ways to Make a Viral Android App appeared first on Lifehack.

New phone app shakes up earthquake science by turning users into sensors

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Smartphones could become the makeshift quake detectors of the future, thanks to a new app launched Friday designed to track tremors and potentially save the lives of its users. MyShake, available on Android, links users to become an all-in-one earthquake warning system; it records quake-type...

How to turn on Twitter’s new “Best Tweets” feature (Android, iOS, web)

A few days ago, Twitter announced a big new feature that would soon make its way to the social network. Twitter is calling it “Best Tweets” and it works much the same way as Top Stories does on Facebook. Here's how you can turn it o...

New app uses smartphones to help predict earthquakes

Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley are releasing a free Android app today that uses smartphone accelerometers to detect earthquakes -- and potentially warn users of upcoming seismic activity. The app, called MyShake,...Show More Summary

Getting your friends and family hooked on Marvel: Contest of Champions

Marvel: Contest of Champions is one of the most popular games on Android right now, and with good reason. We've already talked about why it's so popular, but let's face it: a game like this is made to be played with your friends. Between...Show More Summary

T-Mobile’s HTC One M9 To Get Marshmallow Update Feb 16

Are you looking forward to getting the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update on your HTC One M9 handset? Last we checked, it was just last week that Sprint starting rolling out the update for their devices, but if you’re a T-Mobile user, don’t worry because neither T-Mobile nor HTC has forgotten about you guys. Show More Summary

Verizon publishes support pages for the Droid Turbo 2’s Marshmallow update, quickly takes them down

While we don’t know exactly when Verizon plans on rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the Motorola DROID Turbo 2, we know we’re getting closer. In fact, Verizon recently updated their support page with details on the Marshmallow update for the Turbo 2, but quickly took it down.

Android app turns your phone into an earthquake detector

Your smartphone can already warn you about earthquakes. UC Berkeley, however, is going one step further: it wants your phone to help detect those quakes. The school has released an Android app, MyShake, that uses your phone's motion sensors to detect the telltale signs of tremors and combine that with the data from every other user. Show More Summary

Android Circuit: New Galaxy S7 Screen Leaked, Facebook Is Hungry For Android, Samsung's Apple Attack

This week’s Android Circuit includes the ambient display on the Galaxy S7, benchmarks for #TheNextGalaxy, Facebook's hungry Android app, Microsoft's continued Android ambitions, the new pricing for the Amazon Fire, BlackBerry's staffing cuts, Samsung's potential run to the top of the US marketshare numbers, and Google's Safer Internet Day prize.

ARMY OF DAVIDS, EARTHQUAKE EDITION: Developed by UC-Berkeley scientists, the MyShake Android app use…

ARMY OF DAVIDS, EARTHQUAKE EDITION: Developed by UC-Berkeley scientists, the MyShake Android app uses crowdsourcing to detect earthquakes. From the LAT report: The cellphone MyShake app would not replace the USGS’ early warning system, Allen said. Show More Summary

ASICS Will Acquire Runkeeper

Runkeeper, the popular running app on Android and iOS that I seem to use over all others, will no longer be an independent service. ASICS, maker of legitimate running shoes that aren’t always the best looking (Yes, I’m a sneaker snob.), is acquiring them. Show More Summary

Google Maps Now Allows Voice Guidance Disabling During Calls

Earlier this week, we did bring you word on what the latest Google Maps update (version 9.20.0) offered for users, and one of it was the ability for users to add places to their timeline – assuming you are not a paranoid android and do not think that you are being tracked with such information divulged. Show More Summary

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