Use Google Currents? So Do We!
Do you get your daily dose of news on Google Currents? If you currently do not, you may wish to give it a try. For those unfamiliar, Google Currents is an aesthetically appealing news client for Android (and *cough*iOS*cough*) that presents information from various sources in a magazine-like manner. Content is arranged in the form of Editions, which come from both select publishers and trending articles.
Today we are proud to announce that you can now catch up on the latest in mobile development news through our own XDA Edition. Here, you will be able to access all of our news stories in a convenient and mobile-optimized manner. And since the app syncs to allow for offline reading, we can’t think of a better way to spend those tough times when a cellular signal is just out of reach.
What are you waiting for? Head over to the XDA-Developers Currents Edition on your mobile device today!
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Two big industry names have announced their newest flagship phones within the past few days. Both have also promised great performance for a cheap price, and now that we know the specifications and details about both the Moto X Style and the OnePlus 2, we can begin planning our next purchase and debating which one is better. So, judging from everything we know, which phone is more impressive?
Close to the heart of XDA is the Xposed Framework by Rovo89. Most of us will have used it but you may feel that the module repository is missing something. We have the solution with several guides aimed at getting you started to build your own modules, something that may be daunting but can open an entire new field of development with a little time and effort. Where better to start than at the beginning? Rovo89 has created a straight forward tutorial for getting started with development for Xposed....
We recently did an in-depth review of the Asus Zenfone 2 but one of the things people may not be aware of is that ASUS has actually created a line of accessories to compliment the ZenFone, or any other Android device. The Lolliflash is a Lollipop-shaped external flash and the ZenPower is a thin 10,000mAh external battery. In today's video, Jordan shows off the Lolliflash and the ZenPower Accessories. Additionally, ASUS and XDA have teamed up to give away 5...