Android device and ts applications are in headlines for a long time now. There are few applications, for instance, Pokemon Go, SnapChat and many more that are getting updated with new features and notifications. We have the top four headlines for Android apps that you would want to know:
- Pokemon Go – With release of Pokemon Go for Android applications people are being repeatedly being warned by the police to be safe and secure. Pokemon Go has been into controversy for a very long time. According to the police department, people should avoid using Pokemon Go while traveling or on a walk. It can be quite dangerous. Criminals and thief’s are taking advantage of this application. Therefore, Using Pokemon Go on a walk, or while driving is not a great idea.
- SnapChat introducing new feature – SnapChat is launching a new feature called Memories. Memories will allow you to save all your favorite snaps and organize them. This includes My eyes only section where users can save snaps with a password, this will prevent strangers to look out into your mobile. Soon this features should be launched on SnapChat.
- Badland 2 not much to expect – Badland 2 is soon going to release for Android phones. Well, we have a bad news too, Badland 2 has been licensed by the cheetah makers, developers of Clean master. It is reported that now Badland 2 will be freemium with advertisements and pop ups. There will be extra in app purchases. Thus, Badland 2 is not going to live up to its predecessors. We can say this especially for Android users.
- Why third party launcher don’t have Google Now Integration – Well the creator of Nova Launcher posed a blog explaining this fact saying that Google only allows integration with system applications. The regular apps are not installed in the system. Thus, Third party integration with Google now is not possible. Well, we expect that someday API will be expanded.
These the top 4 news headline for Android users. We will be updating with all the recent news on the same page. So, be tuned in with us for some crispy news on technology. That’s all for this week see you next week. If you think we have missed a news, please let us know by your comments below!