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Android N Will Not Bring Support for 3D Touch at Launch: Report

A new report says that Google will be delaying the launch of the Android counterpart to Apple’s 3D Touch feature. Google’s next version of Android (or Android N) was rumoured to natively support 3D Touch-like pressure sensitive displays. Re/code citing people familiar with the development reports that the feature will not debut with the initial

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Google Play Store may be coming to Chrome OS

As Google I/O draws near, it looks like big things are in the works for Chrome OS. Google has been working on getting Android apps on Chrome for a while. We saw the release of the ARC Welder tool in April 2015, helping developers port Android apps to Chrome OS. More recently, a new find

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Google confirms 3D Touch-like feature for Android N

Android N is will support pressure-sensitive display technology, meaning those opting to use Google’s upcoming smartphone platform will be able to utilize screen tech that resembles 3D Touch on the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and Apple Watch. A new feature called Launcher Shortcuts debuted on the latest beta of Android N and Google has

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“Freeform Windows” mode feature in Upcoming Android N

We can expect the split-screen mode feature on the Android N. The platform still in the works has been the subject of several rumors and leaks lately and were guessing more will be revealed in the coming days, weeks, and months. Until Google makes the official announcement, expect to be overwhelmed. Looking at the code

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Android 7.0 N

Five months have passed since the release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but Google has already dropped a developer version of the upcoming software and presented some of the features that will be added to Android 7.0. Its final name hasn’t been set yet, but most likely, it will be chosen though a poll where the

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Android N Developer Preview is out

Currently the Android N Beta is only available for the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player and the Pixel C tablet. Three missing from that list are: the Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2013) and the Nexus 10. Advertisement This week Google took the wraps off of Android N and confirmed some

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Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now running on 2.3 percent of devices

Google has just released new Android distribution numbers for March 2016, and Marshmallow is on the rise. 2.3 percent of all Android devices are running 6.0 Marshmallow, up from 1.2 percent last month. It normally takes the latest version of Android a good amount of time to roll out to a sizable number of devices, so this isn’t anything

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What’s New on Android N system settings

Google’s next version of Android is going to deliver many changes, as operating system updates are wont to do. Some of the rumored changes have seemed scary – but thankfully have been refuted. Others seemed much more benign – and dare we say, even useful – but we haven’t had a super-clear picture for what

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WhatsApp update introduces document sharing support

The latest beta release of WhatsApp has added the first stage of document sharing. The WhatsApp update to v2.12.493 introduces a new documents icon to the paperclip attachments list, but for now the only type of document you can add is a PDF. To use the feature, both the sender and receiver must be on

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