The new Android N preview is more stable and updates itself
At last, a version you can confidently use as a daily driver.
Facebook is testing a 'discover' feature for Groups
It's only available via the mobile app for a select number of users at the moment.
One-handed typing is a reality on the stock Android keyboard
Maybe now you'll actually use it instead of SwiftKey or Word Flow.
Software update fixes the Nextbit Robin's sluggish camera
Also onboard: audio and performance tweaks, along with some new emoji.
Shazam finally syncs matched tracks across devices
Wait, didn't it do that before? (Nope.)
Watch all of a Vine channel's videos with one touch
You can still let the six-second clips loop if you want, too.
Todoist for Android lets you build tasks using natural language
More importantly, you can now identify projects with emoji.
Live in a yellow submarine on Google Maps
Or any of a handful of other stickers for your house or work.
Android N for phones is promising, but not for the faint of heart
Most people shouldn't install this yet, but those who do will like what they see.