News and Updates

Every day we see hundreds of headlines in the technology sphere. Here at Uptodown we focus on the most important information related to the world of software, covering everything from the most relevant news items and articles on IT security to advice on online privacy.

Microsoft completely revamps its Android launcher

Microsoft completely revamps its Android launcher and adds functionalities that work with the desktop version of Windows 10.

How to use the Google Assistant app on any Android

Google's virtual assistant can now be downloaded and installed as a freestanding app.

WhatsApp changes its emoji design in latest update

The latest change to WhatsApp is the incorporation of new designs of its popular emoji, which can be viewed in its latest version.

Clash Royale scores with a new game mode: Touchdown

Clash Royale continues to prepare its big October update and we've already discovered one of its biggest novelties: the Touchdown game mode.

National Taco Day may be over but these taco-flavored games are...

This week we celebrated National Taco Day and put together a selection of games that have this memorable street food as their main element.

VLC Media Player 2.5.0 for Android is now out

VLC is back with an update to its Android app after a year's wait and has implemented a good handful of improvements at the level of both UI and performance.

Space Harrier II Classic is another old-school SEGA hit to play...

Space Harrier II Classic is one of the biggest legends for SEGA Genesis, thanks to its retro-futuristic aesthetic that you can now enjoy on Android.

Download the beta for the new Firefox 57 Quantum now

Version 57 of Firefox presents its long-awaited new rendering engine, making the browser now twice as fast as it was a year ago.

Check out the winners of the Google Play Indie Games Festival...

The list of finalists and winners for Google's North American indie game awards for Android is out and we've got some of the titles here for you to download.

Twitter is now testing 280-character tweets on some accounts

Twitter is testing out a 280-character limit on a large number of accounts. Revolution or a betrayal of its principles?