New Android Wear themed smartwatch faces you can download!

This year was full of wearable device launches, most of them Android Wear smartwatches and bands. This means that we get more and more choices when it comes to pairing your smartphones with wearables. Among the most important OEMs that adventured in the wearable niche market we can count LG, ASUS, Huawei, Motorola, Samsung, Sony and Fossil and even Tag Heuer.     Smartwatches are getting more and more popular because you can personalize them and change the design of your watch face anytime you want. Plus, you can now choose even more watch faces because the Android Wear gallery has been refilled with designs from nine fashion brands and independent designers such as Harajuku Kawaii!, Ted Baker, Mango, ASICS, Melissa Joy Manning, Y-3, Vivienne Tan, Zoe Jordan and Nicole Miller.   You can choose watch faces based on your birthstone sign, on the pop art that you like or on the cuteness and playfulness of the images. You get designs for boys and for girls and for fashionistas too, you get everything you can ever want to embellish your smartwatch with. Designer-themed Watch face list: Ted Baker: Reveal your sophisticated side with ten gorgeous designs. Melissa Joy Manning: Rock a different birthstone for every month of the year. Vivienne Tam: Watch Opera Girl twirl, take a selfie, and more. Nicole Miller: Stay on track and in style with Nicole Miller’s pop art. Y-3: Sport the styles of Yohji Yamamoto, inspired by the beauty of human movement. Mango: Add instant chic to any outfit with […]

The app listings on Google Search get an overhaul

The app listings in Google Search just received a makeover today. Google Search keeps improving itself in result options and looks and the latest feature to get an overhaul is the App listing. This feature has been around for a while now, but it was pretty flat design-wise. Everything will change now that       Google made some server-side changes and they will make your life more colorful than ever.   Any apps that are listed on a search will show up in colored squares, which definitely changes the aesthetic of your smartphone.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aJzpj06slU     In order to see the changes to the app listings in Google Search, all you have to do is search a category of apps. You can search for lifestyle apps, cooking apps, Twitter apps, Software enhancers and others. Google will show you the results in a colorful page.   Since this is a server-side change, you do not need any update to see it. It should just appear when you search for apps.   Media credit: AndroidPolice

Ascend P8 rumored in China: read about the new Huawei device here

There’s a new rumor in town, and it could mean a new Ascend product is on its way to store shelves soon. Ascend P8 could come out of the closet really soon and it is the younger brother Ascend P7 always wanted. Reports from China show some details regarding the new device, but not all is known yet. The P8 device is similar to its predecessor but it has a “porcelain texture” on the back cover that seems rather weird (at least until we see the real thing). Ascend P8 is said to have a 5.2” screen with a 1080p resolution, which is a nice little upgrade from the previous 720p resolution. The device will have the same build as Ascend P7, with a 16nm HiSilicon Krin 930 SoC. There are no benchmarks for the new device yet, but it is rumored to be an octa-core device. A launch date is unknown at this time, and Huawei may just want to bring it to the US as well as the rest of the world. Source: SlashGear

Apple hides iPhone 6 bulge in official photos

Apple’s design team may have screwed up a little when it comes to iPhone 6’s slimness and streamlined profile comments. It seems that an unpleasant bulge is breaking the harmony in iPhone 6’s new looks and that bulge comes from the camera. You won’t spot it in promotional photos though, as it seems the rendered images have cut out the bulge completely.     The latest iPhone is slimmed down to just 6.9mm, but its rear is just a bit unbalanced by the camera bulge. It seems that on the website you won’t find the detail in the big pictures, whereas in reality you will definitely notice it. The official press released images have been altered as well so in most pictures you will not see anything to curve the perfect lines of the iPhone 6. Of course nobody wants to see unpleasant bulges, but they should not just be cut off in post-processing. The move could mean perfect lighting, trickery or innovative placement, but in the end it seems like it has purposely been cut to make the ads more appealing to possible customers. Source: TheVerge Photo source: Apple  [wdsm_ad id=”1484″ class=” ” ]