Memorial Day weekend is coming — and some of you may have already started celebrating. But even if you're stuck at work today, you can at least count on the final app sales post for this week. It's been quite a few days in this regard, what with a huge list on Wednesday and a bonus round yesterday. I hope that you're ready for one more.
Apps that I personally recommend will be bolded in their respective lists below. And as always, the temporarily free apps will remain Read more [...]
It's the middle of the week again, which means that we're back again with some more app sales! Today's list is quite a monster, so let's not waste too much more time. If you're interested in what appeared on Monday, be sure to go back and check that post. As always, the free apps will remain in your library unless you uninstall them within the Play Store's refund window. It's just like buying an app in that regard. And the time remaining on the sales is accurate as of this Read more [...]
It was a few months ago that we spotted an option for photo archiving in a teardown of Google Photos. Now, that option has gone live. Check your app and you may very well have a new "Archive" option in the navigation panel. Almost everyone on the AP team has it, as well as several tipsters.
You can archive photos from the Archive menu or from the overflow menu when viewing photos in other parts of the app. The Archive menu is where you can go to see everything you've archived, and remove it Read more [...]
Being able to run apps that draw on top of other apps is a powerful feature of Android. Apps like Twilight take advantage of that to add a filter to the display, but other apps just show a floating UI element. However, this can also be a security concern. Android O offers a handy alert when an app is showing an overlay with a link to turn it off.
Whenever you start an app with an active screen overlay, Android O generates a notification that tells you "[App] displaying on top." This notification Read more [...]
Plenty of people use Lyft and other ride sharing services for business, and today Lyft is making that easier by launching a business-oriented version of the service. It's live right now for businesses of any size, and it costs nothing to use. Lyft is even paying you in the form of some free ride credit when you sign up.
The way you and your team get rides won't change with Lyft for Business. The main difference is you can add team members and allow them to get rides and bill them directly Read more [...]