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[Update] Google Hangouts confirmed to gain SMS Integration

Google+ HangoutsIn the new Google Hangouts app permissions there is a section that requests the ability to interface with your SMS in various ways. When you first launch the app you are asked to confirm your number as well. That means that SMS integration should be available. Meaning you can keep your text messages and your chats all in one inbox. That all by its self is awesome. I personally hate having to switch back and forth between apps to hold conversations with people. So the questions on everyone’s mind, is why it doesn’t work and will it ever be included. I don’t have the answer to as why it was launched with out it working. I can guess that it wasn’t working as expected by the time they made the announcement. As for when it is coming, “soon” is the answer that has been provided by Dori Storbeck, she is the Community Manager for Google+ Hangouts and Chat.

Hangouts SMS integrationsSoon is a pretty broad spectrum, but we would like to think that it is a top priority considering how large the demand is for it. The conversation is pretty intense on this topic. Not just the SMS integration.  What do you guys think about Hangouts, how it works and will SMS integration make you use it even more?

Source: Phandroid 

UPDATE: Seems hopes and dreams and a single sentence got us all excited. Dori has added an edit to her comment in regards to the SMS integration. Stating – “EDIT: Oops! We actually have nothing to announce at this time. My apologies.” Does that mean that some form of SMS integration isn’t on the way? I don’t think so. Exactly what it is and will look like will be up in the air until an official announcement is made. Lets just hope it does let us pull our SMS inbox into the app like other apps out there do. I don’t see why that would be hard or not the goal in the first place.

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BB 10 Twitter and Google Talk app integration leaks ahead of launch

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Care for a sneak peek at BB 10′s third party app integration? Well, if the screens above are to be believed (and we have reason to assume they’re quite legit), standalone applications like Twitter and Google Talk could be ready to download on BlackBerry World at launch. From what we can glimpse, it appears the apps will be folded into BB Hub, the OS’ new unified inbox, lending further credence to RIM’s claims of a seamless “flow,” as it doesn’t seem likely social applications will be sandboxed. Design-wise, both apps offer a direct parallel to their current offerings on other rival platforms, albeit made to fit the straight and soft BB 10 aesthetic. We’ll know much more in the weeks ahead as RIM prepares to reveal the full monty. For now, buckle in for a load of expected leaks.

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[CES 2013] NVIDIA Grid Will Power The Next OnLive (With Android Integration), If NVIDIA Has Anything To Say About It

2013-01-06_23h54_30Okay, so sure, OnLive still exists, but given its financial woes and general instability, it’s unlikely that the company will be investing in any new hardware or infrastructure. This is a shame, because NVIDIA just dropped some sweet-looking server racks on us at CES. While it bears more than a little resemblance to the GeForce GRID program, the NVIDIA Grid features the ability to support 24 concurrent users on a single node.

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In addition to providing businesses with huge, server-side processing power, the company is also touting a fully-integrated video game streaming system that includes an Android client.

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2013 Audit: what’s going on with Google Voice?

Once upon a time, no one could quit talking about Google Voice. It was the hot “in” of 2011, and with features like full carrier integration and a possible future for VoIP features it looked poise to become the next great Google service. Things like a dedicated Google Voice number, the ability to use the service for voicemail, SMS and MMS messages and more all would have looked nice on paper coupled with Google Talk’s ability to call phones.

But things have pretty much come to a screeching halt as we head into 2013. Perhaps the Google Voice team figured we wouldn’t be here by now, what with the world supposed to have been ending on December 21st, and all. Whatever the case may be, it doesn’t appear to be a significant priority for Google. A couple of different things might be to blame here.

For starters, carrier acceptance might be harder than Google initially anticipated. Sprint remains the only carrier who offers full, deep integration of Google Voice with its services. That doesn’t mean the service is useless to those who prefer Verizon, AT&T or others, but we’re sure users wouldn’t mind being afforded the same options.

Earlier in 2012, I speculated that carriers resisted deals for full Google Voice integration to make sure Google couldn’t undercut their own premium services. I can’t say with 100% certainty that is the case, but what other reason does every carrier but Sprint have for not wanting to strike deals with Google?

Another reason Google might not be pushing Google Voice forward any more than it did in 2011 could be due to a potential lack of a user-base. There’s no telling how many people are still using Google Voice, but recent rumors from Mountain View allege that underutilized services, like Google Reader, are always in danger of being given the axe.

If Google Voice’s user-base has dipped significantly since its popularity peaked in 2011 then we could be looking at a similar situation. It’s hard to believe that Google Voice might not be as popular as the sun anymore, but nothing lasts forever.

On the Android side of things, the app hasn’t gotten a significant upgrade in months. The most notable activity was earlier in 2012 when Google redesigned the app to fit in with the Holo crowd, but considering almost all its apps got that treatment then it’s nothing particularly special. The most recent upgrades by Google have been fixes for critical bugs, such as missed or delayed SMS messages and voicemail.

Perhaps Google feels the service is right where it needs to be, but tons of folks in the Google Play Store beg to differ. We’re still without the ability to properly send MMS messages. Whether or not it’s technically possible is a whole different story, but without a full suite of standard messaging features and comforting reliability you are going to have a hard time convincing folks that Google Voice can totally complement (if not replace) their carrier’s voicemail and texting options. It’s 2013, Google, and we want to see some significant progress on Google Voice.

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Ubuntu for Phones revealed, will be easily compatible with most Android devices [VIDEO]

Ubuntu for Android hasn’t turned out to be quite the “wide open” project we’d anticipated. That particular project, which would turn a smartphone and smartdock into a desktop PC, is still having its kinks worked out and deals are still attempting to be made. The future of that is still uncertain, but the folks at Canonical have something else up their sleeves worth showing.

Ubuntu for Phones is what the company has been keeping under wraps, and it’s looking to be an absolute doozy. What you’re getting is a full-fledged mobile operating system which was derived straight from everything that makes Ubuntu for Desktop so great. The security features, app integration and everything else that makes Ubuntu the cohesive Linux distribution it is will soon be packed into smartphones.

Canonical made the announcement in a lengthy video where we got a good overview of what’s to come. The company expressed its desire to marry web apps with native apps, and allow the two to live in harmony to create the most compelling suite of apps one could hope for. They will look to developers to fill the apps repository up, and in true, open fashion Canonical even takes submissions for system apps, like the calendar and notepad, to give the development community a chance to contribute to the construction of this new platform

Ubuntu for Phones will utilize a “four edge” philosophy where every edge of the display is significant. From the notification pane at the top to an always-present apps “tray” able to be swiped in from the left, you’ll traverse all four corners of your particular device’s display to access everything you need. A unique search experience will allow you to search the web and find the files, apps and media you want without having to tell the OS where to look.

The best part about Ubuntu for Phones is that it was built from the ground up with help from Intel and ARM, and uses the same drivers that can be found in Android — yes, that means this operating system will be compatible with virtually any Android device. We don’t expect users to be able to flash it over any piece of hardware, of course, but this could eventually allow developers to create Ubuntu ROMs for curious users to flash. That is wishful thinking right now, but it’s technologically possible.

Canonical will be showing the phone and operating system off at the biggest trade show in the world next week and you can bet Phandroid will be right, front and center to get a good look at it. Ubuntu’s eager to talk to anyone who wants to use Ubuntu for their next smartphones, and while we don’t expect the Samsungs and HTCs of the world to be on the bandwagon just yet we’re excited to see how the biggest Linux distro on the planet could look on some of these OEMs’ devices. Take a look for yourself in the video above.

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Kia to integrate Google Maps and Places with smartphone connectivity

Kia Motors has announced a new partnership with Google. One that will bring some upgraded UVO services to upcoming Kia automobiles. These upgraded services will begin with the 2014 Kia Sorento and mean Google Maps and Google Places integration.

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The 2014 Kia Sorento will first be available for sale during the first quarter of 2013 and otherwise, this integration will also be introduced into other cars in the Kia lineup including the 2014 Forte sedan. When the Google integration will be available aside, lets get into the features that users will be able to enjoy. Right off the bat, this means directions using Maps and points-of-interest using Places. And nicely done, this is not where the integration will stop. In fact, Kia drivers will be able to be able to look up directions or POIs on a smartphone and have those sent to the car using the Send2Car feature.

This will be done by using the Smartphone1 UVO app. The one catch here, the Android app is not expected to launch until Q2 2013. We have also yet to learn about the specifics of the app, such as whether it will be smartphone, tablet or both. And perhaps key for some, which versions of Android will be supported.

Some of the other in-car features will include hands-free support. This means Kia will allow the user to get directions, control the music and more with only voice commands. Finally, the UVO services also include other goodies such as Parking Minder which will help the driver locate their vehicle (from the phone) and keep track of diagnostics using a phone. The diagnostics will include the ability to set month diagnostic checks and even have this details forwarded directly to the Car Care Web.

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Falcon Pro 1.4 adds YouTube API integration, UI tweaks and more

One of our favorite third party Twitter apps — Falcon Pro — has been steadily improving since it hit the Google Play Store, and New Year’s Eve brings us yet another nice upgrade. The list of changes is quite big, and many of you will want to get your hands on all of them. So just what can we expect from version 1.4?

For starters, there is now YouTube API integration. This will allow you to watch YouTube videos within the client itself — no more needing to be kicked to the browser or the YouTube app to watch that silly 30 second clip your friend sent to you.

Other features include the ability to double tap on Tweets for more options, a logout button, the ability to hide the keyboard when doing a native retweet, the ability to report a tweet for spam, mute management settings, hashtag auto-fill for searching tweets, a slider mechanism for adjusting refresh rates, a tweaked design for the “More Actions” dialog, enhanced conversation view for private accounts and more.

Don’t forget that you can download the regular Falcon app if you want widgets to go along with this great Twitter experience. It’s a shame that Twitter is limiting API calls for third party developers because that unfortunate hindrance is the only thing hurting the otherwise quality experience that is Falcon Pro. Give it a shot if you already haven’t in the Google Play Store.

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[New App] Code Sector’s InDrive Is A Well-Made, Customizable Car Home App With PowerAMP Integration

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Code Sector (the name behind popular speedometer app SpeedView) recently brought to market a highly customizable car home app, introducing InDrive: Custom Car Home to the Play Store.

InDrive’s primary features are neatly contained in its three swipe-able screens: Apps, GPS, and Music. The Apps screen allows you to create a set of custom app shortcuts. The screen comes preloaded with shortcuts to Navigation and Phone, but there are four more slots waiting to be customized. The GPS screen houses what Code Sector calls the “trip computer,” which displays your current speed, odometer, average speed, driving time, and plenty of other info.

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LG to announce seven new Google TV options at CES 2013

Earlier this week a few reports surfaced stating that LG was finally ready to get serious with their smart TV and Google TV options, but we now can confirm that’s exactly what LG will be doing next year. Not just two either. LG’s announced 7 new Google TV sets they’ll be showing off with 5 different screen sizes, small bezels, and tons of options.

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Full of HDTV 3D options, Google TV integration and much more they’ll be taking on the smart TV market hard this year. While we might not be sold on Google TV quite yet, we’re hopeful it’ll pick up more traction and become something truly useful in the future. It’s still having a hard time taking hold of the market, but with some awesome options from LG we might be in business.

I don’t know about you, but the pictures from LG are pretty awesome. Huge TVs with thin bezels (or none) brilliant designs and small stands. Can’t forget the beautiful models either, TV models of course. We’re hearing their smart TV remotes will feature easy text entry, voice recognition, and even gesture features.

Under the hood will be a dual-core processor (unknown model) LG’s TruPicture and 3D engines, enhanced stereo sound, and multiple sizes. Instead of just two like last year, in 2013 we can expect LG’s new Google TV flavors to be available in 42, 47, 50, 55 and 60-inch models. LG also states these will be available in the US initially, with other markets to quickly follow. Either way we’ll be live at CES to check them out and see what they’re all about.

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Microsoft Wanted To Implement Features of WP8 3 Years Ago

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Windows Phone OS has taken a turn with Windows Phone 8 by leaving older WP7.x smartphones behind. This was a move criticized by many, yet one which couldn’t have been avoided as Microsoft had to make things more competitive in the mobile space. One of the key elements of the new OS is the change in the homescreen design with the ability to resize tiles (which will make its way to older devices as well with WP7.8). And according to Eugene Gavrilov, who is the head of Design Integration for the Windows Phone team, this is what the gang had in mind all along since 3 years. According to him, the concept of having resizable tiles for the Windows Phone OS existed from the get-go, although it wasn’t possible to get it onboard. In his words, Windows Phone 7 was a test or a prelude to the actual thing i.e Windows Phone 8 which makes some sense. But we’re fairly certain that there’s still some way to go for WP8 to stand up against the big guns. All this was revealed during Gavrilov’s interview with wp7forum.ru which is a Russian Windows Phone forum.

It’s good to see the Windows Phone design team coming with some sort of a clarification on the history of the OS. He further said that the team takes suggestions from the users about the platform and they take most of the advices if they think it’s necessary. However, he said that it’s not quite possible to get every desired feature on board the new OS, which is quite understandable. The sad news however is that he slightly hinted at the fact that WP7.8 could be the end of the road for WP7.x smartphones. This isn’t actually a shocker as most of us knew what was in store for WP7 owners. He however mentioned that the development of the platform would continue if markets like China, India and Russia show positive results for these smartphones.

Windows Phone 8 is currently suffering from limited availability. This is something which will take some time to get fixed, so until then WP7 OEMs will have to make the best of the opportunity. The current hot selling WP8 smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 920 is available only in limited locations. Perhaps the Finns wanted to maintain exclusivity for some time, but that is certainly not going down with fans elsewhere. As for the future of the platform, it will be rather interesting to see where Microsoft will take it with Windows Phone 9, which should be at least two years away from now. Fans will hope to see some massive changes in the platform by then.

Source: Wpforums.ru (Russian)
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BMW’s Car Hotspot LTE means Bavarian Motor WiFi

BMW's Car Hotspot LTE means Bavarian Motor WiFi

The dedicated car phone may be a thing of the past, but the in-car hotspot is becoming increasingly common. BMW isn’t shy when it comes to in-vehicle tech, so the fact that it’s launching its own solution should come as no surprise. We initially heard about the ConnectedDrive LTE integration back in summer, but now it looks like it’s almost here. The BMW Car Hotspot LTE is essentially a purpose-built WiFi router that houses an LTE SIM (it also supports 3G and EDGE). It’s compatible with any BMW with a telephone docking station and allows connections from up to eight client devices. Authentication can be done via code entry or NFC (or there’s WPS too). Rather than just rebranding an LTE dongle, the system is designed to integrate with the vehicle’s aerial for better signal, while the dock keeps it charged. As you might surmise, this does indeed mean there is an internal battery, making it useful beyond the confines of the automobile too (for about an hour according to the car maker). No official word on price or release, but it’s suggested it’ll be landing in Europe as soon as this week.

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YouTube Player API for Android opens for all, brings seamless app integration (video)

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Adding a little dash of YouTube magic to your Android apps should be simple affair right? Well, historically, not entirely. That’s all set to change though, now that the long-promised Android YouTube Player API has finally been set loose in the wild. This means developers can access some new tools that should bring the ubiquitous video service snuggly inside any app that wants to use it. This includes high-quality playback for devices running Android 2.2 and above, easier integration there-of due to a change in how to call the videos, full screen and orientation mode support, closed captions display, support for YouTube ads and the ability to program most elements of the playback experience natively within your app. The tools have already been put to use by some partners who got early access, including one of our favourite social feed-readers Flipboard. Full details and tools at the source, or slide past the break for Google developers video showing it in action.

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Adding a great video experience to Android apps just got easier with the new Youtube Android Player API

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Google has finally released the Youtube Player API for Android that they previewed at Google I/O 2012, making it easy for developers to integrate a proper video experience into their apps. The API will allow developers to embed and play any Youtube video natively, without sending users off to the Youtube app or browser. The official list of benefits:

  • High-quality video playback supported on Android 2.2 (Froyo) or newer
  • Easy integration with your Android application (no WebView required)
  • Fullscreen and orientation change support
  • Closed captions display
  • Support for YouTube ads
  • Programmatic access, similar to existing Player APIs, to most aspects of the YouTube video playback experience
  • Integration with the Android YouTube app using a standard set of YouTube Intents

Google has been working with a few partners, so we already have a few apps using the new API. They include Flipboard, Buzzfeed, 9×9.tv, SoundTracking, and Fitness Flow (pictured above).

If you're a developer, you'll want to read the documentation and code examples — find all that info at the source link. If you're an end user, you're job is easier (but just as important). Support these developers who use the right tools and deliver amazing Android apps. Hit the break for a Google Developers Live recording all about the new API.

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Instagram update adds new filter and deeper Facebook integration

Today Instagram is in the news again, only this time regarding updates to their popular mobile apps instead of privacy and terms of service changes. Today the folks from Instagram updated their app with multiple changes, as well as deeper Facebook integration. Which makes sense given that Facebook now owns the artsy app. More details after the break.

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Instagram version 3.4.0 was released today and now supports 25 languages according to the what’s new page. They’ve also added another filter to their app called Mayfair, which is the second filter added in the last week. More options to be artsy and creative are always welcomed additions. Then they’ve integrated more Facebook features.

Instagram makes it easier to find friends and family that use Instagram, who are also your friends on Facebook. Then today’s update also integrated the sharing features a little deeper. Users can now share photos to Facebook Groups directly in the app, instead of just to their own page.

Instagram has been under a lot of flack lately over policy changes, where many believed they’ll have the right to share and sell your photos at will. They’ve reverted to their old terms and policies after a media backlash, so we’ll see where it goes from here. For now get the latest and greatest Instagram update from the Google Play Store and enjoy that new filter. Oh, they also state improved performance and a few bug fixes, as usual.

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[New Game] Gameloft Brings Toy-Sized Swashbuckling To Android With Playmobil Pirates

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Playmobil, famous for miniature people and toy sets covering themes from knights to doll house life to Native Americans, has partnered with Gameloft to bring their Playmobil Pirates game to the Play Store. While Pirates is significantly different from its Nintendo DS namesake, the game features the same animated Playmobil pirates and environments you’d expect, plenty of missions, and social integration.

Starting out, players will need to build a “pirate camp,” or home base for a team of pirates you’ll assemble to help in your ultimate quest to defeat Blackbeard. Before getting to the infamous pirate boss, however, players will need to complete one hundred levels of swashbuckling, firing cannons, and steering pirate ships, along with plenty of mini games, all while defending their pirate camp.

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Google Play Books app update brings new “Read Aloud” feature

Google has pushed the latest update for the Play Books app, which as one may have assumed, is available by way of the Google Play Store. This update has brought a few new features as well as some other, more general, fixes and enhancements.

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In terms of the update, the big lead here is the addition of a new “Read Aloud” feature. And just as the name would imply, this means the Play Books app will be able to read your books to you. According to details coming from Google, this will allow you to listen to “most flowing text books” that are available.

Other goodies include the ability to pinch and zoom as well as double tap to zoom. This pinching and double tapping will be available for all books. The app has also gotten the ability to show personalized recommendations at the end of your library and also at the end of books as well as having all text editing features available for all notes.

Finally, as for those bug fixes and enhancements. Google didn’t break these down into specifics and instead mentioned that there were “numerous” bug fixes and performance enhancements included. That being said, despite not knowing the specifics, we cannot really complain about updates that fix things.

[via Google Play]

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Sony diving headfirst into mobile payment system, signs deal to integrate NFC to more devices

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Sony reportedly signed a deal with smart card specialist Watchdata in a bid to integrate near-field communication (NFC) technology to more of its handsets. While this technology can bring a lot of benefits to smartphone owners, one of the most apparent reasons Sony shows its interest in it is because of the mobile payment system believed to become a billion-dollar industry in 2016. In fact, Sony is just one of many companies that see NFC as a gold mine.

The Japanese electronics company is set to commence its integration of Watchdata’s contactless technology into SIMpass solutions in 2013. SIMpass is yet another SIM-based mobile payment technology that will operate without the need of additional antenna. Perhaps, one of the reasons why Sony shows interest in using this technology is because it doesn’t need to sacrifice the form factor of its devices.

Sony is already using the contactless technology from FeliCa but majority of devices with this chip are used in mobile devices in Asia. Signing a deal with Watchdata doesn’t mean the company will make a shift in the contactless technology it wants to use. Rather, it paves a way to promote a technology (FeliCa) that already has a proven good track record. It might also become Sony’s ticket to claiming a bigger piece of the pie in the western market.

“The commercially proven security and performance of FeliCa is something we want to aggressively promote in the growing NFC ecosystem. The agreement with Watchdata allows us to adapt FeliCa technologies to more handsets and expand global market presence,” said Mario Manabe, senior general manager of the FeliCa business division within Sony.

For now, Sony seems to focus more on the Asian market where its devices are still among the most popular. In the U.S., however, the company needs to do more marketing campaigns and bring more impressive devices.

[source: The Next Web]

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Garmin GPS Navigation gets price cut and Foursquare integration

While Google Maps is obviously one of the first apps that comes to mind when we talk about Android navigation, the folks from Garmin aren’t slowing down anytime soon. Today they’ve just announced some exciting news for their Android apps, including a much needed price cut. Both of their popular apps are now 25% off and we have all the details below.

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While this is all about Android they’ve also lowered the price for that other smartphone brand too. Anyone looking to get Garmin’s apps for mobile will be happy to see the price decrease. Garmin StreetPilot Onboard for iPhone and NAVIGON for both iOS and Android is looking a little better right about now.

At the same time StreetPilot has teamed up with Glypse and has tons of new features with the latest update. Share locations, arrival times and much more has been included. That isn’t all either, they’ve also integrated Foursquare for those who love check-ins. You’ll be able to navigate to a destination, and easy check-in once you arrive all in app for a quick and seamless experience.

Garmin’s NAVIGON for Android got a nice little price drop, although we’re still not sure how much this will help sales at the moment. NAVIGON Android USA: $39.95 instead of $49.95 and for North America it will be $44.95 instead of $59.95. Still pretty steep if you ask us. For those who love Garmin get it today from the Google Play Store.

[via SlashGear]

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Sprint to buy 100 percent of Clearwire for $2.2 billion in spectrum play

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Sprint this morning announced that, as rumored, it will pick up the rest of Clearwire for $2.97 a share, or about $2.2 billion. The purchase of the rest of Clearwire's shares (remember that Sprint already had a controlling stake) paves the way for "better strategic alignment and the full utilization and integration of Clearwire's complementary 2.5 GHz spectrum assets," Sprint said in a news release. That'll boost its LTE service — but it'll take some time (and regulatory approval) before we see any real-world benefits.

Source: Sprint

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Android-powered Ca-Fi Dashlinq infotainment system coming in January

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We've seen Android put in a lot of devices that aren't phones or tablets — appliances, robots, light bulbs — and car infotainment systems seem to be a good fit for the OS. Ca-Fi is set to release a new line of "Dashlinq" car head units running Android, with all of the features you'd want or need jammed in. It's running Android 2.3 — as you can see by the navigation buttons on the right side — with an 800×480 6.95-inch multi-touch screen, SDcard slot, optional Wifi and 3G, a USB port, bluetooth and GPS.

This unit doesn't skimp on the car integration either. It has full steering wheel control support, dual zone support, a 9 band EQ setting, Digital Sound Processor (DSP) and full radio support. It handles both calls and audio streaming over bluetooth as well.

Ca-Fi is setting the Dashlinq pricing at $649, and it will be available in January. There's a few more images of the unit and interface at the source link below.

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Bango to bring carrier billing to Google Play

 

We’ve already heard some news today about in-app billing in the Play Store, and now we’ve got a little more to go along with it. Mobile payments and analytics company Bango is stepping into the Play Store to help carriers set up carrier billing within applications. Since the process of starting that carrier billing can be a bit pricey, using a third company for the legwork is financially easier. Plus, it makes things more convenient for some customers and offers alternatives to customers that don’t want to use their credit cards or bank accounts online.

Telstra in Australia is going to be the first at bat with Bango’s billing services, and hopefully we’ll see a few more follow suit. Hit the break for the press release.

Bango launches billing on Google Play

Cambridge and New York, December 10th, 2012. Bango plc (AIM: BGO), the mobile payments and analytics company, announces that its first integration on Google Play™ is now live. The first mobile network operator (MNO) to be connected is Telstra, the leading MNO in Australia. Telstra subscribers using Google Play can now purchase digital content without resort to sending SMS messages or the limitations of credit cards. Users now enjoy frictionless operator billing powered by Bango, paying on their phone bill, without the need to register personal details.

On 21 May 2012, Bango announced that various MNOs had approached Bango to use the Bango payment platform to connect their billing systems to the Google Play store.  This is the first such partnership to have gone live, reflecting the strong culture of innovation at Telstra. The Board believes it is too early to accurately forecast the level of business which will be generated through the partnership.

Bango expects to deliver further operator connections into Google Play in the coming year, as Android™ continues to forge ahead in the connected device market.

More than an application store, Google Play is all the stuff you love in one place, delivering music, books, movies and apps straight to hundreds of millions of users around the world. Operator billing is emerging as an ideal billing method for such a wide-range of digital categories. The proliferation of content rich devices running Android, coupled with the simplest online payment method available, is the basis for a truly transformative global business.

Bango is one of the world’s leading mobile payments and analytics companies. App stores, publishers and content providers use Bango to collect payment from mobile device users for online content and services. Bango’s pervasive presence across app stores and the mobile web creates a platform effect for its partners, leading to more identified mobile users and maximizing the number of single-click payments. The result is a one click payment experience and significantly higher rates of collection. This is the experience that Telstra subscribers on Google Play will now enjoy.

Telstra’s Director of Consumer Applications and Services, Freddie Jansen Van Nieuwenhuizen, said the new service would make it easier for Australians to acquire the latest games and content for their mobile devices.

“Aussies love their mobile apps. Telstra research shows that on average we download 36 apps each year and one in five of those are paid for. With more than 700,000 games, apps, books, movies and magazines now available on Google Play, including a wide selection of paid titles, many of our customers have told us they would like a simpler way to buy.

Bango CEO Ray Anderson added: “Android is winning the battle for smartphone market share. As user numbers soar, we will see an increasing flow of developer talent and compelling content channelled through Google Play. We’re expecting that operator billing from Bango will boost conversion rates and developer monetization. It’s a new weapon in Google’s armoury”.

Bango has become the payments platform of choice for many of the world’s leading app stores. In addition to this first Google Play integration, Bango’s existing app store connections include Facebook, Blackberry App World, Opera Mobile Store and others. Bango has also announced an agreement to provide payment services to Amazon and has become a technology partner for MasterCard’s PayPass mobile wallet.

About Bango

In the era of mobile technology, collecting payments has emerged as a central and complex challenge. Bango (AIM: BGO) powers payment and analytics on the mobile web, providing users with a massively smooth payment experience.

Bango’s pervasive presence across the web creates a platform effect for partners, identifying hundreds of millions of users and maximising the number of single click payments. Customers who plug into Bango include Facebook, Blackberry App World, Windows Phone Store, Amazon and major mobile brands including CNN, Cartoon Network and EA Mobile. Visit: bango.com

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Bango to bring carrier billing to Google Play

 

We’ve already heard some news today about in-app billing in the Play Store, and now we’ve got a little more to go along with it. Mobile payments and analytics company Bango is stepping into the Play Store to help carriers set up carrier billing within applications. Since the process of starting that carrier billing can be a bit pricey, using a third company for the legwork is financially easier. Plus, it makes things more convenient for some customers and offers alternatives to customers that don’t want to use their credit cards or bank accounts online.

Telstra in Australia is going to be the first at bat with Bango’s billing services, and hopefully we’ll see a few more follow suit. Hit the break for the press release.

Bango launches billing on Google Play

Cambridge and New York, December 10th, 2012. Bango plc (AIM: BGO), the mobile payments and analytics company, announces that its first integration on Google Play™ is now live. The first mobile network operator (MNO) to be connected is Telstra, the leading MNO in Australia. Telstra subscribers using Google Play can now purchase digital content without resort to sending SMS messages or the limitations of credit cards. Users now enjoy frictionless operator billing powered by Bango, paying on their phone bill, without the need to register personal details.

On 21 May 2012, Bango announced that various MNOs had approached Bango to use the Bango payment platform to connect their billing systems to the Google Play store.  This is the first such partnership to have gone live, reflecting the strong culture of innovation at Telstra. The Board believes it is too early to accurately forecast the level of business which will be generated through the partnership.

Bango expects to deliver further operator connections into Google Play in the coming year, as Android™ continues to forge ahead in the connected device market.

More than an application store, Google Play is all the stuff you love in one place, delivering music, books, movies and apps straight to hundreds of millions of users around the world. Operator billing is emerging as an ideal billing method for such a wide-range of digital categories. The proliferation of content rich devices running Android, coupled with the simplest online payment method available, is the basis for a truly transformative global business.

Bango is one of the world’s leading mobile payments and analytics companies. App stores, publishers and content providers use Bango to collect payment from mobile device users for online content and services. Bango’s pervasive presence across app stores and the mobile web creates a platform effect for its partners, leading to more identified mobile users and maximizing the number of single-click payments. The result is a one click payment experience and significantly higher rates of collection. This is the experience that Telstra subscribers on Google Play will now enjoy.

Telstra’s Director of Consumer Applications and Services, Freddie Jansen Van Nieuwenhuizen, said the new service would make it easier for Australians to acquire the latest games and content for their mobile devices.

“Aussies love their mobile apps. Telstra research shows that on average we download 36 apps each year and one in five of those are paid for. With more than 700,000 games, apps, books, movies and magazines now available on Google Play, including a wide selection of paid titles, many of our customers have told us they would like a simpler way to buy.

Bango CEO Ray Anderson added: “Android is winning the battle for smartphone market share. As user numbers soar, we will see an increasing flow of developer talent and compelling content channelled through Google Play. We’re expecting that operator billing from Bango will boost conversion rates and developer monetization. It’s a new weapon in Google’s armoury”.

Bango has become the payments platform of choice for many of the world’s leading app stores. In addition to this first Google Play integration, Bango’s existing app store connections include Facebook, Blackberry App World, Opera Mobile Store and others. Bango has also announced an agreement to provide payment services to Amazon and has become a technology partner for MasterCard’s PayPass mobile wallet.

About Bango

In the era of mobile technology, collecting payments has emerged as a central and complex challenge. Bango (AIM: BGO) powers payment and analytics on the mobile web, providing users with a massively smooth payment experience.

Bango’s pervasive presence across the web creates a platform effect for partners, identifying hundreds of millions of users and maximising the number of single click payments. Customers who plug into Bango include Facebook, Blackberry App World, Windows Phone Store, Amazon and major mobile brands including CNN, Cartoon Network and EA Mobile. Visit: bango.com

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Bango to bring carrier billing to Google Play

 

We’ve already heard some news today about in-app billing in the Play Store, and now we’ve got a little more to go along with it. Mobile payments and analytics company Bango is stepping into the Play Store to help carriers set up carrier billing within applications. Since the process of starting that carrier billing can be a bit pricey, using a third company for the legwork is financially easier. Plus, it makes things more convenient for some customers and offers alternatives to customers that don’t want to use their credit cards or bank accounts online.

Telstra in Australia is going to be the first at bat with Bango’s billing services, and hopefully we’ll see a few more follow suit. Hit the break for the press release.

Bango launches billing on Google Play

Cambridge and New York, December 10th, 2012. Bango plc (AIM: BGO), the mobile payments and analytics company, announces that its first integration on Google Play™ is now live. The first mobile network operator (MNO) to be connected is Telstra, the leading MNO in Australia. Telstra subscribers using Google Play can now purchase digital content without resort to sending SMS messages or the limitations of credit cards. Users now enjoy frictionless operator billing powered by Bango, paying on their phone bill, without the need to register personal details.

On 21 May 2012, Bango announced that various MNOs had approached Bango to use the Bango payment platform to connect their billing systems to the Google Play store.  This is the first such partnership to have gone live, reflecting the strong culture of innovation at Telstra. The Board believes it is too early to accurately forecast the level of business which will be generated through the partnership.

Bango expects to deliver further operator connections into Google Play in the coming year, as Android™ continues to forge ahead in the connected device market.

More than an application store, Google Play is all the stuff you love in one place, delivering music, books, movies and apps straight to hundreds of millions of users around the world. Operator billing is emerging as an ideal billing method for such a wide-range of digital categories. The proliferation of content rich devices running Android, coupled with the simplest online payment method available, is the basis for a truly transformative global business.

Bango is one of the world’s leading mobile payments and analytics companies. App stores, publishers and content providers use Bango to collect payment from mobile device users for online content and services. Bango’s pervasive presence across app stores and the mobile web creates a platform effect for its partners, leading to more identified mobile users and maximizing the number of single-click payments. The result is a one click payment experience and significantly higher rates of collection. This is the experience that Telstra subscribers on Google Play will now enjoy.

Telstra’s Director of Consumer Applications and Services, Freddie Jansen Van Nieuwenhuizen, said the new service would make it easier for Australians to acquire the latest games and content for their mobile devices.

“Aussies love their mobile apps. Telstra research shows that on average we download 36 apps each year and one in five of those are paid for. With more than 700,000 games, apps, books, movies and magazines now available on Google Play, including a wide selection of paid titles, many of our customers have told us they would like a simpler way to buy.

Bango CEO Ray Anderson added: “Android is winning the battle for smartphone market share. As user numbers soar, we will see an increasing flow of developer talent and compelling content channelled through Google Play. We’re expecting that operator billing from Bango will boost conversion rates and developer monetization. It’s a new weapon in Google’s armoury”.

Bango has become the payments platform of choice for many of the world’s leading app stores. In addition to this first Google Play integration, Bango’s existing app store connections include Facebook, Blackberry App World, Opera Mobile Store and others. Bango has also announced an agreement to provide payment services to Amazon and has become a technology partner for MasterCard’s PayPass mobile wallet.

About Bango

In the era of mobile technology, collecting payments has emerged as a central and complex challenge. Bango (AIM: BGO) powers payment and analytics on the mobile web, providing users with a massively smooth payment experience.

Bango’s pervasive presence across the web creates a platform effect for partners, identifying hundreds of millions of users and maximising the number of single click payments. Customers who plug into Bango include Facebook, Blackberry App World, Windows Phone Store, Amazon and major mobile brands including CNN, Cartoon Network and EA Mobile. Visit: bango.com

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Bango to bring carrier billing to Google Play

 

We’ve already heard some news today about in-app billing in the Play Store, and now we’ve got a little more to go along with it. Mobile payments and analytics company Bango is stepping into the Play Store to help carriers set up carrier billing within applications. Since the process of starting that carrier billing can be a bit pricey, using a third company for the legwork is financially easier. Plus, it makes things more convenient for some customers and offers alternatives to customers that don’t want to use their credit cards or bank accounts online.

Telstra in Australia is going to be the first at bat with Bango’s billing services, and hopefully we’ll see a few more follow suit. Hit the break for the press release.

Bango launches billing on Google Play

Cambridge and New York, December 10th, 2012. Bango plc (AIM: BGO), the mobile payments and analytics company, announces that its first integration on Google Play™ is now live. The first mobile network operator (MNO) to be connected is Telstra, the leading MNO in Australia. Telstra subscribers using Google Play can now purchase digital content without resort to sending SMS messages or the limitations of credit cards. Users now enjoy frictionless operator billing powered by Bango, paying on their phone bill, without the need to register personal details.

On 21 May 2012, Bango announced that various MNOs had approached Bango to use the Bango payment platform to connect their billing systems to the Google Play store.  This is the first such partnership to have gone live, reflecting the strong culture of innovation at Telstra. The Board believes it is too early to accurately forecast the level of business which will be generated through the partnership.

Bango expects to deliver further operator connections into Google Play in the coming year, as Android™ continues to forge ahead in the connected device market.

More than an application store, Google Play is all the stuff you love in one place, delivering music, books, movies and apps straight to hundreds of millions of users around the world. Operator billing is emerging as an ideal billing method for such a wide-range of digital categories. The proliferation of content rich devices running Android, coupled with the simplest online payment method available, is the basis for a truly transformative global business.

Bango is one of the world’s leading mobile payments and analytics companies. App stores, publishers and content providers use Bango to collect payment from mobile device users for online content and services. Bango’s pervasive presence across app stores and the mobile web creates a platform effect for its partners, leading to more identified mobile users and maximizing the number of single-click payments. The result is a one click payment experience and significantly higher rates of collection. This is the experience that Telstra subscribers on Google Play will now enjoy.

Telstra’s Director of Consumer Applications and Services, Freddie Jansen Van Nieuwenhuizen, said the new service would make it easier for Australians to acquire the latest games and content for their mobile devices.

“Aussies love their mobile apps. Telstra research shows that on average we download 36 apps each year and one in five of those are paid for. With more than 700,000 games, apps, books, movies and magazines now available on Google Play, including a wide selection of paid titles, many of our customers have told us they would like a simpler way to buy.

Bango CEO Ray Anderson added: “Android is winning the battle for smartphone market share. As user numbers soar, we will see an increasing flow of developer talent and compelling content channelled through Google Play. We’re expecting that operator billing from Bango will boost conversion rates and developer monetization. It’s a new weapon in Google’s armoury”.

Bango has become the payments platform of choice for many of the world’s leading app stores. In addition to this first Google Play integration, Bango’s existing app store connections include Facebook, Blackberry App World, Opera Mobile Store and others. Bango has also announced an agreement to provide payment services to Amazon and has become a technology partner for MasterCard’s PayPass mobile wallet.

About Bango

In the era of mobile technology, collecting payments has emerged as a central and complex challenge. Bango (AIM: BGO) powers payment and analytics on the mobile web, providing users with a massively smooth payment experience.

Bango’s pervasive presence across the web creates a platform effect for partners, identifying hundreds of millions of users and maximising the number of single click payments. Customers who plug into Bango include Facebook, Blackberry App World, Windows Phone Store, Amazon and major mobile brands including CNN, Cartoon Network and EA Mobile. Visit: bango.com

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Bango to bring carrier billing to Google Play

 

We’ve already heard some news today about in-app billing in the Play Store, and now we’ve got a little more to go along with it. Mobile payments and analytics company Bango is stepping into the Play Store to help carriers set up carrier billing within applications. Since the process of starting that carrier billing can be a bit pricey, using a third company for the legwork is financially easier. Plus, it makes things more convenient for some customers and offers alternatives to customers that don’t want to use their credit cards or bank accounts online.

Telstra in Australia is going to be the first at bat with Bango’s billing services, and hopefully we’ll see a few more follow suit. Hit the break for the press release.

Bango launches billing on Google Play

Cambridge and New York, December 10th, 2012. Bango plc (AIM: BGO), the mobile payments and analytics company, announces that its first integration on Google Play™ is now live. The first mobile network operator (MNO) to be connected is Telstra, the leading MNO in Australia. Telstra subscribers using Google Play can now purchase digital content without resort to sending SMS messages or the limitations of credit cards. Users now enjoy frictionless operator billing powered by Bango, paying on their phone bill, without the need to register personal details.

On 21 May 2012, Bango announced that various MNOs had approached Bango to use the Bango payment platform to connect their billing systems to the Google Play store.  This is the first such partnership to have gone live, reflecting the strong culture of innovation at Telstra. The Board believes it is too early to accurately forecast the level of business which will be generated through the partnership.

Bango expects to deliver further operator connections into Google Play in the coming year, as Android™ continues to forge ahead in the connected device market.

More than an application store, Google Play is all the stuff you love in one place, delivering music, books, movies and apps straight to hundreds of millions of users around the world. Operator billing is emerging as an ideal billing method for such a wide-range of digital categories. The proliferation of content rich devices running Android, coupled with the simplest online payment method available, is the basis for a truly transformative global business.

Bango is one of the world’s leading mobile payments and analytics companies. App stores, publishers and content providers use Bango to collect payment from mobile device users for online content and services. Bango’s pervasive presence across app stores and the mobile web creates a platform effect for its partners, leading to more identified mobile users and maximizing the number of single-click payments. The result is a one click payment experience and significantly higher rates of collection. This is the experience that Telstra subscribers on Google Play will now enjoy.

Telstra’s Director of Consumer Applications and Services, Freddie Jansen Van Nieuwenhuizen, said the new service would make it easier for Australians to acquire the latest games and content for their mobile devices.

“Aussies love their mobile apps. Telstra research shows that on average we download 36 apps each year and one in five of those are paid for. With more than 700,000 games, apps, books, movies and magazines now available on Google Play, including a wide selection of paid titles, many of our customers have told us they would like a simpler way to buy.

Bango CEO Ray Anderson added: “Android is winning the battle for smartphone market share. As user numbers soar, we will see an increasing flow of developer talent and compelling content channelled through Google Play. We’re expecting that operator billing from Bango will boost conversion rates and developer monetization. It’s a new weapon in Google’s armoury”.

Bango has become the payments platform of choice for many of the world’s leading app stores. In addition to this first Google Play integration, Bango’s existing app store connections include Facebook, Blackberry App World, Opera Mobile Store and others. Bango has also announced an agreement to provide payment services to Amazon and has become a technology partner for MasterCard’s PayPass mobile wallet.

About Bango

In the era of mobile technology, collecting payments has emerged as a central and complex challenge. Bango (AIM: BGO) powers payment and analytics on the mobile web, providing users with a massively smooth payment experience.

Bango’s pervasive presence across the web creates a platform effect for partners, identifying hundreds of millions of users and maximising the number of single click payments. Customers who plug into Bango include Facebook, Blackberry App World, Windows Phone Store, Amazon and major mobile brands including CNN, Cartoon Network and EA Mobile. Visit: bango.com

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ASTRO File Manager adds Facebook photos integration with latest update

Ever since the inception of Android, ASTRO File Manager has been there providing us with a convenient way to organize our pictures, documents, and music on our devices. Today’s update brings even more features that’ll better fit into most users’ lifestyle – most notable Facebook Photo integration. Once you’re on the new version, you can then view and download your Facebook photos directly within ASTRO’s user interface.  Additionally, users on older versions of Android will be able to enjoy the same interface that ASTRO v4 brings. Below is a summary of the updates to this version:

  •  SWIPE SCREEN RIGHT to get to Clouds, Network Locations or Saved Searches fast
  •  SWIPE SCREEN LEFT to get to Tools (App Backup, Task Killer, SD Card Usage), Settings and Help
  •  NEW: Facebook Photo integration
  •  NEW: New Picture Gallery
  •  NEW: Image Viewer enhancements including rotate picture
  •  SkyDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox support
  •  Added Text Editor into v4

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ASTRO File Manager adds Facebook photos integration with latest update

Ever since the inception of Android, ASTRO File Manager has been there providing us with a convenient way to organize our pictures, documents, and music on our devices. Today’s update brings even more features that’ll better fit into most users’ lifestyle – most notable Facebook Photo integration. Once you’re on the new version, you can then view and download your Facebook photos directly within ASTRO’s user interface.  Additionally, users on older versions of Android will be able to enjoy the same interface that ASTRO v4 brings. Below is a summary of the updates to this version:

  •  SWIPE SCREEN RIGHT to get to Clouds, Network Locations or Saved Searches fast
  •  SWIPE SCREEN LEFT to get to Tools (App Backup, Task Killer, SD Card Usage), Settings and Help
  •  NEW: Facebook Photo integration
  •  NEW: New Picture Gallery
  •  NEW: Image Viewer enhancements including rotate picture
  •  SkyDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox support
  •  Added Text Editor into v4

QR Code generator

Google Play Store Link

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ASTRO File Manager adds Facebook photos integration with latest update

Ever since the inception of Android, ASTRO File Manager has been there providing us with a convenient way to organize our pictures, documents, and music on our devices. Today’s update brings even more features that’ll better fit into most users’ lifestyle – most notable Facebook Photo integration. Once you’re on the new version, you can then view and download your Facebook photos directly within ASTRO’s user interface.  Additionally, users on older versions of Android will be able to enjoy the same interface that ASTRO v4 brings. Below is a summary of the updates to this version:

  •  SWIPE SCREEN RIGHT to get to Clouds, Network Locations or Saved Searches fast
  •  SWIPE SCREEN LEFT to get to Tools (App Backup, Task Killer, SD Card Usage), Settings and Help
  •  NEW: Facebook Photo integration
  •  NEW: New Picture Gallery
  •  NEW: Image Viewer enhancements including rotate picture
  •  SkyDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox support
  •  Added Text Editor into v4

QR Code generator

Google Play Store Link

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ASTRO File Manager adds Facebook photos integration with latest update

Ever since the inception of Android, ASTRO File Manager has been there providing us with a convenient way to organize our pictures, documents, and music on our devices. Today’s update brings even more features that’ll better fit into most users’ lifestyle – most notable Facebook Photo integration. Once you’re on the new version, you can then view and download your Facebook photos directly within ASTRO’s user interface.  Additionally, users on older versions of Android will be able to enjoy the same interface that ASTRO v4 brings. Below is a summary of the updates to this version:

  •  SWIPE SCREEN RIGHT to get to Clouds, Network Locations or Saved Searches fast
  •  SWIPE SCREEN LEFT to get to Tools (App Backup, Task Killer, SD Card Usage), Settings and Help
  •  NEW: Facebook Photo integration
  •  NEW: New Picture Gallery
  •  NEW: Image Viewer enhancements including rotate picture
  •  SkyDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox support
  •  Added Text Editor into v4

QR Code generator

Google Play Store Link

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Google+ Communities start rolling out – time to join a group

Google announced a lot of information today regarding their popular and growing social network Google+. Stating they have passed over 500 million users and around 235m active users. Pretty impressive numbers to say the least. The other big news was Google+ Communities, which is their answer to Facebook Groups. Below we’ll go into a few details as well as let you enjoy the neat little video they’ve put together.

The problem was having groups you could share and communicate with friends either private or public. Now all your like-minded friends can start communities (like an Android one) make it public or private, have moderators and more. This brings that level of detail and control to the social network that we’ve been waiting for so patiently.

Communities or groups is pretty self explanatory. You can share news, details, pictures, video and more publicly to everyone, or private only to members of that community. Something that has been missing for far too long with Google+ and its open world for everyone to peek in. Google’s added hangout video chats, gallery support as well as YouTube integration and much more. You have everything available for the community to enjoy.

“Facebook most generally is about the people you already know, about your real world connections” Google’s Brad Horowitz said of Google+ Communities’ rivals. “On Twitter, well it’s really hard to have a meaningful conversation in 140-character snippets.” According to Horowitz, the new feature is all about “making it easy to find your tribe.”

Head to Google+ today to check out and join communities by hitting the Community tab on the left side of the page. You’ll be entered into a world of friends and common interests. Google said this is a “preview” for now, and we can expect full integration and support on mobile sometime soon. Give it a try folks!

[via SlashGear]

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