Category: Android

Google's Material Design Awards 2016

Google Announces Material Design Awards 2016

Google has today announced the 2016 winners of the company’s prestigious Material Design Awards. Introduced last year, the Material Design Awards honor the efforts taken by app developers in embracing and embodying the Material Design principles. Announcing this year’s winners on the Google Design blog, Rich Fulcher, the Lead UX Designer @ Google, writes: A design system only comes to life when it’s used to create meaningful experiences. Last year, Google introduced the Material Design Awards to recognize best-in-class achievements...


Amity — An Interactive Chat App for iOS and Android

Amity is a lovingly crafted interactive messaging app for iOS and Android that adds a lot of fun elements to your chats. Debuting just a few of days before iOS 10 was out with the all new iMessages platform, Amity boasts of its own unique approach that make your old, boring, text-only chats much more lively and interactive. It also has the added benefit of being available for Android devices as well, so a lot more of your friends can...


Pagico 8: One App to Manage All Your Tasks, Files & Notes [Sponsor]

Managing tasks, files, projects and clients is nobody’s idea of a good time, but Pagico will make your life easier by letting you manage all these things in one elegant package. It is one of the few apps that combines task and data management into one easy-to-use package. Imagine having boarding passes right next to travel itineraries, or design drafts together with meeting notes. Then, see the big picture of your workload in interactive flowcharts compiled automatically from all your...


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Mr. Robot: 1.51exfiltrati0n

A Note about Spoilers: This article contains minor spoilers about the TV show that this game is based on, not the game itself. If you haven’t seen the show, well, we urge you to do that first. When I first heard about Mr. Robot — a drama- thriller TV show based on the premise of cybersecurity and hacking, I was charmed and interseted by it. If you haven’t seen the show, you most defintely should — it’s in it’s second...