After Sony revealed that no further features would be added to its Xperia Weather app, it didn’t come as much of a surprise to hear that the Xperia Home Launcher was also entering maintenance mode, leading many to assume future Sony smartphones would simply make use of the stock Android launcher. However, it turns out this won’t be the case, with the Japanese company confirming that it’s working on an Xperia Home replacement.
Recently, Sony revealed that its Xperia Weather app would cease to receive feature updates going forward as part of cost-cutting measures within the brand’s mobile unit. Now, in what appears to have been yet another inevitable move, the ax has fallen on Sony’s own custom Android launcher, Xperia Home.
You didn’t think that Microsoft will stop delivering new updates to its Android launcher for a month, did you? Although it doesn’t bring major changes to the mix, the latest Microsoft Launcher update does add a few tweaks that will certainly improve the user experience.
So, if you’re using Microsoft Launcher on a regular basis, you’ll notice there’s a new update available for download via Google Play Store. You can find the most important changes that made it in this version of Microsoft Launcher below:
Improved Home screen import logicSort your apps alphabetically in foldersDisplay …
If you’re a regular eBay customer, then you might have already seen the offer it offers to those purchasing anything on the website. If not, we’ll break it down for you.
So, for the next week or so, if you spend at least $150 on eBay purchasing anything from the website, you’ll qualify for a free Google Home Mini, which usually sells for $50. Yes, it’s not much, but it’s a great incentive from eBay, as the retailer tries to “trick” customers into spending more on its website.
Anyway, the offer is available until May 30 at 11:59 pm PT. Also, it’s aimed at US customers, so if you don’t …
Xiaomi said it will officially bring its smartphones to the United States by the end of 2018 or in early 2019, but lots of the Chinese company’s products are already available for purchase in the country.
The latest devices to be launched in the US are three smart home products that Xiaomi claims are fully compatible with Google Assistant. These are just the first smart devices featuring Google Assistant support the company plans to release in the US, Xiaomi said in an official statement.
The Mi Bedside Lamp, Mi LED Smart Bulb and Mi Smart Plug will soon be available for purchase …