AndroLib
Searching for Android Apps ?
Android Market in EnglishMarket Android en FrançaisAndroid Market en EspañolMercato android in ItalianoAndroid Market auf DeutschAndroid Market in EnglishAndroid Markt in het Nederlandse
中文版电子市场Android Market in JapaneseAndroid Market v ČeštiněAndroid Market на русскомAndroid Market em Português (Brasil)한국어 안드로이드 마켓Android Butiken på svenska
Dev corner | My Favorites
0 Estimated number of Applications downloaded in the Android Market

Find an application or an Android game :

You are Here
Home > Latest Android News

Sponsored Applications
Your Application or Game here

More...News from Androidosphere

Chrome OS to get support for Camera RAW files
The latest promotional video for Chromebooks was all about being ‘for everyone, e...

Jorno pocketable Bluetooth keyboard shipping now at $79 introductory price
The Jorno keyboard began its life on Kickstarter back in 2012 with the promise of a poc...

Google’s Designed for Families program spotlights family-friendly apps and games
There are so many audiences being catered to with Android, but Google will be applying ...



Do not Miss New Apps !
New Apps and Games
Latest Games
Latest Applications



Latest Applications

Latest Games


Top Free Iphone Apps
More... AndroLib Pages Currently Being Browsed
Featured

Freecell
583 sec ago

[코리아] 19금...
1372 sec ago

Erotic St...
2539 sec ago

Suikoden ...
3812 sec ago

Thunderca...

News from Androidosphere

Garmin announces the Vivofit 2, a wearable that tracks your fitness
Last year’s CES brought the Garmin Vivofit, so it’s only fitting that CES 2015 brings the followup, dubbed the Vivofit 2. There really isn’t a lot that has changed, at least as far as appearances go, but they have added some subtle changes. The Vivofit 2 now features audible alerts to remind you to get […] Come comment on this article: Garmin announces the Vivofit 2, a wearable that tracks your fitness Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

05-01-2015, 08:44 By Robert Nazarian
Verizon bringing the Galaxy Note Edge on Jan 8, Nexus 6 launching mid-Feb
The uniquely designed Galaxy Note Edge will make its way to Verizon Wireless on the 8th of January, according to a new leak. Big Red will also bring the Motorola Nexus 6 to its retail outlets, but not until mid-February, the leak says. Pricing for the Galaxy Note Edge has been set at $799.99 off […] Come comment on this article: Verizon bringing the Galaxy Note Edge on Jan 8, Nexus 6 launching mid-Feb Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

05-01-2015, 08:23 By Valerie Richardson
Official Galaxy S 6 accessories confirmed
I know it might not seem all that exciting, but if you’re a Samsung fan and looking forward to the Galaxy S 6, anything is exciting right? One thing you can bet on is there will be a Galaxy S 6, and the second thing you can bet on is there will be accessories. To […] Come comment on this article: Official Galaxy S 6 accessories confirmed Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

05-01-2015, 08:14 By Robert Nazarian
Google’s Nest announces new partners at CES 2015
Nest started out as merely a way to automate climate control in your home by leveraging the power of new technology then started branching out into alarm systems. Google clearly saw even more potential in the platform though and proceeded to scoop up Nest and then work on opening the platform to third-party developers. Those […] Come comment on this article: Google’s Nest announces new partners at CES 2015 Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

05-01-2015, 08:11 By Jeff Causey
Alcatel One Touch Watch is the latest wearable to hit the markets
Just as we revealed a couple of days ago, Alcatel One Touch has just unveiled its latest wearable at CES 2015, known simply as the Watch. The highlight of this smartwatch is that it doesn’t run Android Wear, but instead a custom OS designed specifically for wearables. This essentially means that the device is compatible […] Come comment on this article: Alcatel One Touch Watch is the latest wearable to hit the markets Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much m...

05-01-2015, 08:10 By Valerie Richardson
CES 2015: The Alcatel Onetouch Watch works with both Android and iOS and costs less than you think
We got an early look at the Alcatel Onetouch Watch before CES 2015 started and it intrigued us to say the least. The Verge has just gotten an exclusive early look at the device, so we won’t mind if we do too. The operating system of the device has yet to be officially specified, but […] The post CES 2015: The Alcatel Onetouch Watch works with both Android and iOS and costs less than you think appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

05-01-2015, 08:09 By Stephen Yuen
Accessory of the Day: Mini HDMI 60″ LED projector, $43.38
Interested in a small, inexpensive, and portable projector to spice up your parties, get togethers, and movie nights? The UC28 PRO HDMI Mini HD Home LED Projector 60″  isn’t going to replace that 55″ plasma, but at just $43.38 (Prime eligible) it will make a great companion to any smartphone or tablet. Introduce a Chromecast and you’re in... Read more » The post Accessory of the Day: Mini HDMI 60″ LED projector, $43.38 appeared first on AndroidGuys. Relate...

05-01-2015, 08:00 By Shawn Collins
Dell's Mega-Thin Venue 8 Tablet Is Now Available For $399.99 From Best Buy
Dell has been making Android tablets for a while, but none of them have been terribly interesting. The new Venue 8, on the other hand, stands out in a sea of freakishly similar slates. This is the thinnest tablet in the world at only 6mm (a whole one-tenth of a millimeter thinner than the iPad Air 2) and it showcases some neat camera tricks thanks to its Intel hardware. It's been vaporware so far, but now you can get one at Best Buy for $399.99. Dell's Mega-Thin Venue 8 Tablet Is No...

05-01-2015, 08:00 By Ryan Whitwam
Neptune Promises “Killer” Wearable in 2015
Canadian firm Neptune, which in 2013 crowdsourced development on Pine, the world’s first “standalone” smartwatch (i.e. doesn’t require a phone to function), now appears to have a successor in the works, described as a “killer” by Neptune CEO Simon Tian: “Wearables in general have so far struggled to achieve mass appeal, largely because there hasn’t really […] Come comment on this article: Neptune Promises “Killer” Wearable in 2015 Visit T...

05-01-2015, 07:17 By Geoff Openshaw
Dell Venue 8 7840 featuring Intel RealSense is now up for grabs for $399
Remember the super-thin tablet that Dell was working on last year in collaboration with Intel? Dubbed the Dell Venue 8 7840, the high-end tablet is now available on Best Buy for $399. Cased in 6.9mm thin chassis, the tablet features an 8.4-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels and a quad-core... Read more » The post Dell Venue 8 7840 featuring Intel RealSense is now up for grabs for $399 appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: What’s The Fuss? WiMax D...

05-01-2015, 06:57 By Chandna Pandey
LG G Flex 2 press release leaks out early before its CES 2015 announcement
Presumably only a few hours before the device is due to be officially announced at CES 2015, the LG G Flex 2 press release has been leaked early in its entirety, including all the details about the device including several press images that really show what kind of device LG‘s second generation G Flex is going […] The post LG G Flex 2 press release leaks out early before its CES 2015 announcement appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

05-01-2015, 06:31 By Stephen Yuen
E FUN Introduces Nextbook Ares Android Lollipop Tablets
E Fun, a designer and marketer of mobile lifestyle products, has announced a line of four Android Lollipop tablets and 2-in-1’s known as the Nextbook Ares Series. The first tablet, the Nextbook Ares 11 2-in-1, is powered by a quad-core Intel Atom Z3735F processor, a 1366 x 768p IPS screen, 1GB of RAM, 64GB of... Read more » The post E FUN Introduces Nextbook Ares Android Lollipop Tablets appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Motorola Teasing Honeycomb Tablet for CES [VIDE...

05-01-2015, 02:57 By Jalen Benjamin
CES 2015: The Emiota Belty is a self-adjusting belt that loosens after a big meal
Ever cursed yourself after eating a huge meal and not having the foresight to wear pants with a bigger waistline? Curse no more for the Emiota Belty intends to do this for you automatically. Announced by French startup Emiota at CES 2015, the Belty monitors your daily tasks and adjusts your belt tightness based on how […] The post CES 2015: The Emiota Belty is a self-adjusting belt that loosens after a big meal appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

05-01-2015, 02:25 By Stephen Yuen
CES 2015: Round Concept’s Third Eye wants to let you see thermal images with your Google Glass
CES is one of the places where the most innovative ideas pop up, and Round Concept‘s Third Eye concept has helped CES 2015 start off strong. Essentially an add-on for the Google Glass, the Third Eye intends to allow uses to overlay thermal images directly to you Google Glass screen. While Google Glass isn’t the only intended customer […] The post CES 2015: Round Concept’s Third Eye wants to let you see thermal images with your Google Glass appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

05-01-2015, 02:07 By Stephen Yuen
CES 2015: NVIDIA announces the NVIDIA Tegra X1 with twice the power of the Tegra K1
We’re still trying to get our heads around how powerful the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor is, however, NVIDIA has decided to kick off its CES 2015 campaign with the announcement of the NVIDIA Tegra X1, a mobile chipset that they say has approximately twice the power of last year’s equally mind-bogglingly powerful K1. NVIDIA CEO […] The post CES 2015: NVIDIA announces the NVIDIA Tegra X1 with twice the power of the Tegra K1 appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

05-01-2015, 01:53 By Stephen Yuen
Google Glass accessory will give you thermal vision
As CES 2015 kicks into gear, companies will be throwing out press releases like Mardi Gras beads in order to draw attention to their products they plan on demoing at the show. One company, Round Concept LLC, has announced a rather interesting device that will be a side attachment to your Google spectacles. The purpose you […] Come comment on this article: Google Glass accessory will give you thermal vision Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

05-01-2015, 00:21 By Joseph Proffer
NVIDIA debuts Tegra X1, world’s most advanced mobile processor
NVIDIA kicked off its new year by announcing its latest mobile processor, the Tegra X1. Built upon the Maxwell GPU, this one features a 256-core GPU, 8-core 64-bit CPU, and so much more. As the first mobile processor to hit more than 1 teraflops of processing prowess, the Tegra X1 is no joke. Yes, it... Read more » The post NVIDIA debuts Tegra X1, world’s most advanced mobile processor appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: NVIDIA’s Icera Modem hopes to take LTE to a...

04-01-2015, 23:36 By Scott Webster
Parrot Announces The Lollipop-Powered RNB6 Head Unit With Support For Android Auto (And Carplay)
Parrot usually arrives at CES with a swarm of consumer-oriented drone aircraft, but this year it's also showing off the RNB6. What is the RNB6? It's an in-dash head unit running its own version of Android 5.0, but it also has support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. To be completely clear, there are two different Android-related things going on here. The device itself runs a version of Android 5.0 developed by Parrot that has navigation, voice control, hands-free calling, music streaming...

04-01-2015, 23:05 By Ryan Whitwam
Tegra X1 is NVIDIA’s new ‘mobile superchip’
CES 2015 may not be officially underway quite yet, but NVIDIA doesn’t care, because it’s kicking things off early with a shiny new superchip. The Tegra X1 is NVIDIA’s newer mobile chip, sporting a 64-bit CPU with eight cores as well as a 256-core Maxwell GPU. NVIDIA says that the X1 offers more than a ...

04-01-2015, 23:03 By Alex Wagner
NVIDIA Announces The New Tegra X1 Mobile Chipset With 256-Core Maxwell GPU
NVIDIA has been the first few pebbles of the landslide that is CES for the last few years, and 2015 is no different. To kick off the world's biggest consumer tech show, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang started with mobile. The company announced its successor to the Tegra K1 mobile processor, the Tegra X1. This chip includes an octa-core 64-bit CPU married to a 256-core GPU. And that second chip is the killer: it's based on the same architecture as the latest full-sized NVIDIA desktop graphics cards, Maxwel...

04-01-2015, 22:36 By Michael Crider

Random...


Random Android Wallpapers...