Google today globally released a new app on the Play Store: Datally. Aimed at users in emerging markets like India and Indonesia, the app helps one keep track of their data usage and save mobile data by offering granular controls over how it is used.
UC Browser, a popular browser from Alibaba in India, has been temporarily removed from the Play Store. The app had over 500 million downloads, with over 100 million users of the app from India itself. The browser even came pre-installed on many Android devices sold in the country.
Back in May, Netflix blocked its app from being downloaded on unlocked and rooted Android devices. Even sideloading the app did not work since Netflix had started using Google’s Widevine DRM to prevent the app from working on devices that were not certified by Google Play.
Samsung has released a new app for its Galaxy handsets called SoundAssistant. The app provides one with granular control over the audio aspect of their device.
Android Device Manager hasn’t been updated since 2015, but that is finally changing today, and the changes are welcomed.
Todoist is one of the most popular and powerful task managers out there. However, so far, it has lacked proper integration with Google Calendar to help one keep up their tasks and other daily events. That changes today as Todoist has now announced official integration with Google Calendar.
Over the last few days, many rooted Android owners reported that the Netflix app was showing up as incompatible on the Play Store on their devices. Sideloading the app, however, posed no issues and continued to work just fine.
In a bid to stop distracted drivers from using their phones while driving and texting, Samsung has released an app called In-Traffic Reply. The app will help drivers focus on the road instead of the text message that has just arrived.