News tagged: UI
A NeoGAF user "hiphoptherobot" accidentally received a Nintendo Switch two weeks early and has posted a short video walking through its core UI. The video reveals the device's start-up screen, its home menu, and the settings area.There's not a ton to learn from the leak.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be the company's next-gen flagship phablet that will inherit many things from the Galaxy S7 lineup, but will also implement some new things such as an iris scanner. There will not be improvements only to the specifications and design.
Wikipedia has updated its official Android app. Available for free from Google Play Store, the updated Wikipedia app introduces a refreshed experience, thanks to a new UI based on Google's Material Design guidelines. The app now focuses more on its content - articles.
Valve has rolled out a massive update for Steam, the biggest online store for PC games. The new look gives the site a more streamlined UI, and also makes it easier for people to discover new games, and especially games that they might want to play next.
Google's new platforms based on Android OS - Android Wear, Android Auto and Android TV for Smartwatches, automobiles and set-top boxes respectively - have pretty looking stock UI. But it turns out that no third-party vendor will be allowed to customize the UI...
Google's popular mail client, Gmail, has reportedly been downloaded over 1 billion times. This impressive number was logged by AppBrain on May 6th, which was about a week ago. The number of downloads is from counting unique accounts. But then again, not every person...
Viber for iPhone has been updated. The app has received a complete UI makeover to better follow the design guidelines set by Apple for iOS 7 apps. The new app looks really clean; iPhone users will feel right at home (like using a native iOS app). Viber 4.2 has an...
Eagerly waiting for the LG G3? How about checking out how the user interface on LG's next flagship Smartphone will look like, right now. Thanks to a couple of leaked screenshots, we now know for sure hat LG has moved away from the cartoony interface which debuted on...
The very first batch of UI screenshots showing Android 4.4 KitKat running on the Sony D6503 'Sirius' has been leaked. Thanks to them, we can now confirm that Sony's upcoming top-dog will support 4K video recording. Also, Timeshift video will debut with KitKat.
Images of the UI expected on the Xperia Z2, Sony's upcoming flagship Smartphone, have been leaked. Also, the screenshots show that the Xperia Z2 has 4.86-inches of usable display, with the remainder being reserved for navigation buttons. Simple math...
Apple has been pretty strict about its new design policies with iOS 7. The company's latest flavor of their highly successful mobile OS is all about light colors and minimalist design elements. However, the company is getting even more stricter and serious about this.
Just days after the launch of Sony's PlayStation 4, the company's official blog has already detailed system software version 1.51. At launch, owners of this next-generation console are required to update to system software version 1.50 to make the console functional.
At long last, the long wait to the arrival of a new generation of consoles, dating back to a couple of years ago (2007, after we say Crysis for the first time) is almost at an end. Sony is hours away from officially launching the PlayStation 4 console in North America.
Microsoft has released an extensive 12-minute long video which demos many of the features which can be found in the company's next-generation game console, the Xbox One. Starring two top-level Xbox executives, who highlight the most prominent features.
Google's upcoming Nexus 5 Smartphone and Android 4.4 KitKat are creating a ton of buzz. And for good reason too. The Nexus 5 will allegedly be priced at $299, which is peanuts for a device powered by a Snapdragon 800 SoC and packing a 5-inch 1080p display.
Just two days after releasing a massive update for Apple's iOS platform, Microsoft has released a new version of Skype for Android. Among other things, the newest version of the app brings an enhanced, better laid-out user interface exclusively for Android tablets.
It seems like the iOS 7 welcome party hasn't ended yet. After the initial wave of app UI overhaul (following the new iOS 7 design guidelines) updates that were pushed out to the App Store, right after the launch of Apple's new mobile operating system, Skype is up next.
Samsung's own made ChatON messenger application, which comes pre-installed on all Galaxy Smartphones, has received a major new update. The new ChatON version 3.0 brings a much needed complete overhaul of the user interface, which is now based on Android's HOLO UI.
Remember the first time you set your eyes on the Samsung Galaxy Gear? Yeah... So it wasn't your typical love-at-first-sight affair. In fact, going by looks alone (and not considering other factors), there is no love waiting to happen. A Samsung insider agrees to that.
YouTube for Android has received a major update that brings along with it a ton of changes, all neatly tucked away in a refreshing new UI for Android users. The update bumps the app version number to 5.0, but that's not what you should be concentrating on.