Lots of good tidbits this week in Android news. T-Mobile’s Binge On program is gathering steam and support from video steaming services, which will change the face of mobile entertainment. Also, Google is finally dropping the antiquated Safari in iPhone for Chrome in Android as it’s user agent string when testing websites. It is clear that Apple provides web browser support as a convenience, not really as a pioneer. This is a change that should have happened long ago.

UberEATS
New Metronome Card
Test drive games from search
Root Explorer update
Instagram to “optimize” feed
Chrome for Android stops merging tabs with apps
Nexus gets mid-month security patch
Motorola changes leadership
New Binge On partners
GoogleBot will use Android

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Troy is an advanced Android user, podcaster, web developer, and musician. As the founder of King Web Design, when Troy isn't talking about Android, he is usually digging into a Wordpress or Joomla website. In his free time, Troy is also a jazz composer and saxophonist, and is currently learning the guitar.