Sony hopes to take the hassle out of swapping your iPhone for one of its Xperia smartphones with its new Xperia Transfer Mobile app. The free tool helps you transfer apps, music, movies, photos, contacts, and more from your iOS device — or your old Android — to your new Xperia without the need for a computer.
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Earlier this week, BlackBerry announced a “special” version of BBM that will deliver support for devices running Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread. It’s set for its public release next month, but users can now download a leaked APK file and get their hands on it early.
The Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update for the HTC EVO 4G has been delayed until mid-February. The software was initially expected to make its debut at the end of 2013, but HTC America president Jason Mackenzie today confirmed on Twitter that users will have to wait another few weeks for it.
VSCO Cam is finally available on Android following plenty of success on iOS since it made its debut back in June. The app comes with a selection of pre-loaded filters and tools for photo editing, as well as 38 additional add-ons that can be had with in-app purchases.
Google has pushed out a new update to its official Google Keyboard app for Android, introducing a number of new KitKat features — including support for Emoji — and some small design tweaks. It’s available to devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and you’ll find it in Google Play right now.
BlackBerry rolled out the first public update for its official BBM application on the Google Play Store last night, bumping the version up to 22.214.171.124. The upgrade brings a multitude of bug fixes and stability improvements, in addition to support for a mass of additional Android-powered devices.
Google has announced the latest distribution numbers of the Android operating system over a 14-day period ending on June 8. The figures show a consistent growth in the number of Android users running Jelly Bean while older versions of the operating system, including Honeycomb, continue on the journey towards extinction.
One of the few disappointments with the HTC One is that it still runs Android 4.1, however, a new report suggests the latest Android 4.2.2 update isn’t far away. And for existing users, it’ll be well worth the wait, because it brings a whole host of new features.
If you recall, the Droid Charge was one of the original 4G LTE devices on Verizon’s network, but it appeared to some users that it had become abandoned by Verizon, which hasn’t issued any updates for it in a while. However, the device is now due to receive an update in the near future to Android’s build FP8.
Last week we caught wind of a soak test going out to Bionic users and speculated that it had to be Ice Cream Sandwich. Well… it was and it’s been approved by Verizon. You’ll now find the support documents for the Ice Cream Sandwich update located on Verizon’s support page which means a release is right around the corner. It’s pretty safe to say Bionic users have written off Motorola at this point, but perhaps a little Ice Cream Sandwich will ease the pain until they become eligible for an upgrade.