Microsoft has brought many of its key apps to iOS and Android in recent years, but one app that has remained exclusively on Windows Phone is Office Lens, a powerful scanning app with complete Office and OneNote integration. But the wait is over, and Office Lens is now available for iOS and Android. Was it worth the wait? Read our quick look review to find out!
The Square Jellyfish Bluetooth Remote promises to let users control the volume, audio and video playback, and camera of their iOS and Android mobile devices, but with some important caveats. Read on to find out if the Square Jellyfish remote is the mobile control gadget you’ve been waiting for.
Parallels Access, the remote access service from the virtualization company Parallels, now supports the iPhone and Android phones and tablets as part of the new update to version 2.0. Other new features include iPhone and iPad microphone support, a new file browser, and manual control over remote screen resolution.
Amazon on Wednesday launched its long-awaited set-top box. Called Fire TV, the new device boasts more powerful hardware than its current competition, includes Amazon features like X-Ray and FreeTime, and supports Bluetooth game controllers, turning it into a powerful Android game console.
After years of rumors, Amazon is set to announce its own living room streaming device next week in New York. The device is expected to support video streaming from the company’s own Instant Video library and third party services and may even feature a Bluetooth controller for Android games.
With the demise of the popular Flappy Bird game, thousands of fans are rushing to a find a replacement. But scammers are also looking to take advantage of the newfound interest in the oddly successful game, and they’ve begun distributing malicious versions of the game to unsuspecting users.
Mobile pop-ups asking users to review or rate an app are nothing new, but EA may have gone too far with a controversial new system that prevents Android gamers from leaving anything but a perfect rating of Dungeon Keeper on the Google Play Store.
Just a few months after Apple announced its own plans for iOS in the Car, Google is reportedly teaming up with Audi to unveil an initiative aimed at bringing Android-powered capabilities to cars’ built-in information and entertainment systems.
Android Jelly Bean has reached a major milestone and is now on over 50 percent of active devices, but with the impending release of Android KitKat, Jelly Bean’s reign may be short-lived.
The hit game Plants vs. Zombies 2 will soon be coming to Android after several months as an iOS exclusive. But for those unhappy with new publisher EA’s “free to play” model, the original Plants vs. Zombies has thankfully been updated to support 4-inch Retina screens, ensuring hours of enjoyment with just a single purchase.