Meet the new Nexus devices

Meet the new Nexus devices and other products announced today We thought it would be a good idea to pull together all the info from today’s big announcement and have it in one place that’s easy to digest. Although, most of what actually was revealed was leaked like crazy, which, for me, kinda spoiled the event. There must be some loose lips at Google nowadays because the info from yest...[Read More]

CastPad for Chromecast – Review

 CastPad for Chromecast – Review CastPad lets you draw on your phone and see it show up instantly on your TV and all other devices connected to the Chromecast. First off I’d like to excuse my poor handwriting, drawing or writing on a glass screen is awkward without a stylus. Well it is for me anyway. Now that’s out of the way, I’d like to introduce to our readers CastPad fo...[Read More]

Gaming Cast – Review for Chromecast.

 Gaming Cast – Review for Chromecast. The first mobile gaming console using ChromeCast! Play retro games on your TV screen with your mobile device as the controller.   Have a look at the future of Android gaming on Chromecast, by playing these popular games from the past.  Not exactly the high-end games that’ll stretch your hardware to the limits but I’d be sure that’s the ...[Read More]

Battle For Your Living Room: Chromecast vs Android Mini-PC

Back in July, Google announced the Chromecast – a $35 HDMI dongle that connects to your TV and plays media from the cloud over WiFi.  However there is another inexpensive category of dongle – the Android Mini PC – that promises not only to play your media, but run your Android apps and games just like your phone or tablet. Being UK based, neither option was readily available to m...[Read More]

MightyText Adds Photo & Video Syncing for your Android Device

If you know any thing about anything, and specifically I mean anything about Android, you’ll know there are an infinite number of applications that will let you sync your photos and videos to the cloud. I guess you can’t have to many backups of backups of backups, ‘eh? Well, MightyText the service that allows you to send and receive text and mms from your Chrome browser or Androi...[Read More]

Google Keep

For the last couple of years, I’ve been using 2 different apps to create & store my notes.  In Android, it’s Gnotes.  In Chrome, it’s Scratchpad.  Gnotes syncs with my Google account. The notes can appear in 3 places: The app, the web app, and in Gmail within a folder called Notes. The Scratchpad Chrome app is a bit different. Notes made here appear in Drive, which is where t...[Read More]

Did Google Ever Really Believe In Google Reader?

It’s been a few days now, since Google announced they would be shutting down a few of their services in order to focus on fewer products.  One of those was Google Reader. It was a service used by many on a daily basis, ranging from amateurs to professionals.  From all the articles, forum threads, and social network posts over the last few days, one may assume that Google Reader had a much la...[Read More]

[UPDATED] Chrome for Android

Chrome, my favorite Android browser and probably yours has been updated today. See the cut/paste of the change log below. Then head on over to the Play Store and update your copy. What’s in this version: Updates in this version of Chrome for Android include improved text font clarity and stability fixes in addition to: 1. Improved scrolling performance 2. Increased responsiveness to pinch-zo...[Read More]

DroidHorizon Chrome Theme.

Quite Sunday in DroidHorizon towers. 😛 You can grab this Chrome Theme from here and show your support for the site.

App Updated… Chrome For Android

    What’s in this version: Chrome for Android M18.1 This version update includes a number of security and stability improvements. Additional highlights -Location preference now integrated to system level Google apps location setting. -Youtube videos controls now work in full screen mode; videos continue playing after a screen lock/unlock -Fixes to make third-party IMEs work better...[Read More]