YouTube is returning to Amazon’s lineup of Fire TV products, and the Amazon Prime Video app will be adding Chromecast support. Those two developments, jointly announced by both companies this morning, mark the end of a long-running standoff between Google and Amazon, a feud that has kept a native YouTube app off of the Fire TV platform for well over a year. Customers were really the ones who were disadvantaged as soon as these two tech giants entered into this spat, so to see that it’s over is very good news. Google will bring YouTube back to Amazon’s Fire TV devices “later this year.” The flagship YouTube app will come first sometime within the next few months — there’s no firm launch date as of yet — and it will be followed by YouTube TV, the company’s subscription TV service, and the child-oriented YouTube Kids before the end of 2019. Fire TV will become fully certified for YouTube, signaling that it offers first-rate video … [Read more...] about YouTube is finally coming back to Amazon’s Fire TV devices
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Article Contents1 Best Apps of 20171.1 Firefox Focus: The privacy browser1.2 Microsoft Edge1.3 Lawnchair Launcher1.4 YouTube TV - Watch & Record Live TV1.5 Inkitt – Free Fiction Books, Novels & Stories1.6 Files Go by Google: Free up space on your phone1.7 Microsoft To-Do1.8 Adobe Scan: PDF Scanner, OCR1.9 Grammarly Keyboard — Type with confidence1.10 Movies Anywhere1.11 Pronounce - Free offline Text to Speech1.12 Socratic - Math Answers & Homework Help1.13 Camera Roll - Gallery1.14 SpotAngels: Find Parking & Avoid Tickets1.15 Libby, by OverDrive1.16 KODAK Reel Film1.17 Medal - Top Gaming Highlights, Clips & Moments1.18 Underburn - Dynamic Content Aware Brightness1.19 Pixel walls1.20 Fenix 2 for Twitter1.21 nPlayer1.22 CloudPlayer™ Platinum cloud music player1.23 Adapticons1.24 Today Weather - Forecast, Radar & Severe Alert1.25 Brevent1.26 Timbre: Cut, Join, Convert mp31.27 Caledos Runner - GPS Running Cycling Walking1.28 Fortune City - A … [Read more...] about Best Android apps of 2017 for your new phone, tablet, or Chromebook
did an excellent job with the Best of Android 2018 for smartphones. However, there are still two more major categories that still need judgment. They include Android apps and Android games. We don’t have a super scientific method of measuring apps. Different apps do different things and appeal to different people, after all. Thus, we couldn’t immediately figure out a way to determine the very best Android apps. Instead, we’re going to ask you! Below is a massive poll with the 20 best Android apps as narrowed down by our editors. They include launchers, browsers, productivity apps, keyboards, security apps, and even one gaming emulator if you can believe it. To help keep to expectation, our criteria for this list include: The apps (or services) are from 2018 or at least the last few weeks of 2017. We cut off the wait time in early December every year. The developers had to update the app at least a few times to overcome new app bug problems. We do not include apps … [Read more...] about Cast your vote for the best Android apps released in 2018!
Android tablets are dying. There are signals that bear this out: sales estimates, web traffic, an utter absence of meaningful innovation or even competitive products in the segment. We've watched Android tablets struggle from day one: when Samsung's Galaxy Tab was utterly panned for its subpar performance and pricing, to the years of Honeycomb suffering under the yoke of underpowered chipsets and endless bugs, and finally to the unspoken abandonment of Android tablets by Google's own app teams over the past few years. Android tablets have never been particularly lively, but in 2016, I think we've finally watched the market's pulse near flat-line. When the most exciting thing to happen to tablets in a year is Huawei's unlovable MediaPad brand, it's safe to say we're scraping the bottom of the barrel. Passing blame has been popular when it comes to Android tablets. Most commonly in the crosshairs of critics has long been Google, for devolving the once-robust dedicated tablet interface it … [Read more...] about The slow, uninteresting death of Android tablets is unfolding, and it is no one’s fault (opinion)
Nimble’s New Android Mobile CRM 3.0 Helps Business Professionals Connect, Engage, and Close Prospects While Nurturing Customers On the Go From Their Mobile Devices SANTA MONICA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–November 14, 2018– Nimble — the Simple, Smart CRM for Office 365 and G Suite — today launched its Mobile CRM 3.0 for Android. The release builds on its long-standing commitment to work for you everywhere you engage and complements the iOS version released earlier this year. Nimble unifies contacts from teams’ mobile, cloud-based, and desktop records into an all-in-one relationship manager. With minimal effort, sales and marketing professionals can prepare for meetings by quickly scanning social insights, sales intelligence, and contact engagement history from their portal devices. To keep the momentum going, Office 365 and G Suite users can send personalized responses … [Read more...] about Nimble Launches Android Mobile CRM 3.0, Enhanced Relationship & Pipeline Manager for Office 365, G Suite