Not too long ago Vine blessed iOS users with the ability to import pre-existing videos into the app, and now Google fans can get in on the action. Any clips in your Android camera roll are viable subjects to be trimmed down to six seconds or shorter now, and you can activate your device’s flashlight to work as a flash in low-light situations. There are a few other features too, and you can check those out on the app’s Google Play page. Now all that’s separating your from internet stardom is, well… you.
Via: Android Central
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The weekend before last I retreated into the woods, far away from New York City, but this past weekend I was back and needed something to do. So, naturally, I downloaded Kim Kardashian: Hollywood on my Nexus 5.
If you haven’t heard about the Kim Kardashian game by now I just, like, can’t even. Even I’m late to the party. It’s one of the most popular games on Google Play and the App Store right now, and it’s reportedly raking in unfathomable amounts of cash for creator Glu up to $200 million a year. I can’t stop playing it, and that’s a big problem, because the game would be amazing if it wasn’t so goddamn terrible.
I’ll happily confess that I love games like Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. Roleplaying is fun. I’ve been doing it for as…0
Google special app launcher, which initially debuted on the Nexus 5 last year, is now available for all Android devices running 4.1 Jelly Bean or newer. The Google Now Launcher integrates Google’s virtual assistant service into a permanent pane to the left of the primary homescreen and has larger app icons than the standard launcher that comes on many Android phones. Google had previously expanded availability of the launcher to its own Nexus devices, including the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7, but now it is available for about 75 percent of the Android devices currently in use. You can download the Google Now Launcher for free from the Google Play Store now.0