Hot on the heels of its announcement of a new app called Carousel, Dropbox also unveiled that the popular iOS app, Mailbox, is coming to Android. If you haven’t heard of Mailbox, the objective of the app is to get your inbox to zero. Through archiving mail you want to save or swiping away mail to alert you at a later time it really is handy at de-cluttering your inbox.
Among other things Dropbox announced today they showed off a new app called Carousel. Basically it’s a gallery app that links to your Dropbox account that is supposed to document your life through pictures and seamless integration over the cloud. The video above explains it better than I do so check it out.
Oh and here’s a Google Play link as well
Reports are coming in from most major tech blogs that Facebook is eliminating in app instant messaging from all its mobile platforms. This means you’ll have to download the standalone messaging app for Facebook messaging in order to use the feature.
Spotify is rolling out an update to all platforms and giving the new UI a darker look. I have to say I’m a fan.
So today HTC announced the all new One. I’ll be providing specs and more details about the phone later but for now check out this sweet promo vid for the new device.
According to Carphone Warehouse the all new HTC One that comes out on March 25th will be available to purchase minutes after it is announced. Yep that’s right. No pre-ordering. Pretty groundbreaking if it actually works.
Here is another video of how exactly Android Wear works. This new tech will be used by different OEM’s not just Motorola or LG.
Lots of Android Wear related news today huh? LG has announced its new smartwatch as well called the “LG G”. Although not as attractive in my opinion as Motorola’s new piece it has similar function to it.
If you wanted more insight on how the new Moto 360 smartwatch that was announced today is designed check out the above video.
Say hello to the Moto 360. This new smartwatch is being developed by Motorola and is set to be released sometime this summer. According to Motorola it shows you notifications in a more subtle way, and similarly to the Moto X it will respond to you by using the command, “Ok Google”. I think it looks great and if I were in any other company making smartwatches (Samsung) I would be stressed right now. Finally something that doesn’t look like it’s from a bad Star-Trek ripoff.