The magazine style content reader app Flipboard now available for Google Android devices with Google+ and YouTube support.
After pushing number of beta versions, the Flipboard for Android can now be downloaded from the Google Play store. The Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone will come with Flipboard app pre-installed on it.
The Flipboard app tailors the online content for reading in more reader-friendly and consuming it in magazine style. The Android version of the app also brings support for connecting the Google+ and YouTube accounts of the user.
By adding the YouTube account, users can flip through the list of most viewed videos, trending videos, and subscriptions within the app itself.
Google is already offering free WiFi services at various railway stations and plans cover 400 railway stations by 2017.
This year Google is likely to dump the brand 'Nexus' and the new phones from Google are likely to come with its own branding.
The simplest way is to download the automatically pushed OTA update.
Intrusive interstitials are those annoying pop-up ads which won't close and land you on several spam pages.
Just like Duo, Allo will come with similar interface with quick and simple interface.
As we all know, Android update roll out happens in batches so it might take some time for your device to get the update.
As per the report, Huawei Nexus 6P and LG Nexus 5X will be the first ones to receive the update.
There is a flower called Fuchsia with a vivid purplish-red colour and whether the new OS will have something related to that or not is to be seen.
As per Google, all Duo calls are end-to-end encrypted.
The report also claims that this year Nexus devices will be launched with Google brand name though they are made by HTC.