News tagged: Android

Spotify's Behind The Lyrics Arrive On Android

Android users have received Spotify's "Behind the Lyrics" feature, which gives insight into the meaning of certain songs. The music streaming service began offering lyric analysis through a partnership with Genius that began last year. It's appeared in a small set of playlists.

Nokia Unveils New Withings Steel HR Variant

On the official Facebook page, Nokia officially unveiled a special version of its Steel HR smartwatch. The company believes that the Special Edition Leather watch would make a great gift for Mother's Day. The new Steel HR watch is slightly more expensive, priced at €229.95 and

Instagram Gets Offline Mode On Android

Instagram for Android can now be used without an internet connection. With the app's offline mode, you can browse and create posts without being connected. Anything that's already been downloaded will be available for viewing, commenting, liking, and saving.

Google Settles Russian Antitrust Case For $7.8M

Google has reached a $7.8 million settlement in an Android-related antitrust case in Russia. The settlement was reached with Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service, which claimed Google was violating the country's local competition rules. The case began with a complaint.

Verizon Releasing Its Wear24 Watch On May 11

The Wear24, a smartwatch from Verizon, will be available beginning May 11. It'll enter the market online and in stores. The device offers LTE connectivity on the Verizon network and it runs Android Wear 2.0. The Wear24 will be available in three colors.

Huawei Mate 9 Sells 5M Units In 4 Months

Huawei sold 5 million units of its Mate 9 smartphone during the first four months after its November 2016 release. The device is considered a strong high-end handset, offering a dual-lens Leica camera, a large display, and a nice design. It costs $750 in the US.

Sling TV's Cloud DVR Reaches Roku, Android

Sling TV's Cloud DVR feature has expanded to more devices. The feature, which gives subscribers up to 50 GB of storage for holding on to content, is now reaching Android and Roku devices. Cloud DVR was initially limited to working on Amazon Fire devices.