Google didn't announce the latest version of Android at I/O, their annual developer conference, leaving our devices feeling sad and unloved. Android 4.3 may still be on the way soon, but for now, here's what we wish they announced—and how you can get many of these features right now.
Google has added the feature to upload your own ebooks to Google Play Books. This means you can upload your own files and read them on any of your devices with the Google Play Books ereader app installed.
Android: TouchPal Wave is the latest beta for the TouchPal Keyboard (which we've mentioned before
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Android: Do you ever need to split a bill with friends at a restaurant but struggle through the math? Grouptuity helps you figure out exactly how much everyone owes, including tax, tip, and any discounts you may have, without too much hassle.
Android: We've seen SMS schedulers before, but Schemes takes things three steps further by allowing you to send scheduled tweets, Facebook posts, and emails (via Gmail) as well.