Droid Daily 9/9/13: New Google Logo?, Commercial Break, Dynamic Keyboard and More

September 9, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Commercial Break Makes its way to Android

Commercial Break has finally launched on Android, after being available on iOS for a while. The app allows you to monitor simultaneous live events. You can also get push notifications before they start and when they return from commercial breaks. Which is a great app if you like to channel surf while The Big Bang Theory is on a commercial break.

Chrome Beta for Android shows off a new Google Logo

If you’ve checked out the latest update for Google Chrome Beta for Android, you probably noticed a new flat version of Google’s logo. Recently, Yahoo! and Motorola have redesigned their logos. This isn’t officially Google’s logo, but it might be changed soon. It’ll be interesting to see.

Dynamic Keyboard Demoed on Video

Ready for another keyboard? Well we have seen yet another keyboard for Android demoed. This one uses intelligent prediction to change the size of keys. It’s pretty cool looking. Check out the image above and see.

How much do you use Google Now?

Here’s a video that reminds how much we don’t use Google Now and why we should be using it more. So how often do you use Google Now?

Snapchat heading to Galaxy Gear


As one of the apps launching on Samsung’s smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear. Snapchat is getting smaller and heading to your wrist. For those that are going to be spending about $250-300 for the Galaxy Gear, you’ll be able to Snapchat your friends from your wrist without pulling out your device.