As some of you might already noticed there is a new twitter account called “PrewareUpdates” which tweet about, get this, new stuff like apps of patches in Preware! Go and follow him if you want to know what’s new in Preware. Did you know there was an Update for Grabber’s Certificate Grabber today?
The RSS fans of you can also subscribe to http://preware.pivotce.com/rss.php which the source for the Twitter account.
You just never know where webOS will show up next do you?
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With all the progress that the LuneOS dev team has been making recently (For example, finally squashing a nasty browser bug, and allowing many legacy webOS apps to run), it’s important to keep up with the latest and greatest LuneOS builds. When it comes to Nexus devices, installing LuneOS is a simple matter of flashing the latest zip file using ClockworkMod, it was more complicated on the HP Touchpad… until now! Read on past the jump, and we’ll show you how to get the latest stable or nightly build of LuneOS in a jiffy.
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Everyone’s favorite “GMail on webOS fixer”, Grabber5.0 (Matt), is at it again. If you’ve been following along, that dumb yellow triangle keeps popping up for GMail users on webOS. There’s a fix for it but it was pretty manual until now.
Continue reading App: Certificate Grabber
In case you haven’t noticed, the Nexus 4 came out 3 years ago. It might be older but it’s got a Snapdragon 1.5 GHz quad core processor with an Adreno 320 GPU, 2 GB Ram, is unlocked and works on every network across the globe (minus CDMA).
Who cares? Well, it’s one of the most versatile phones in existence. There are builds of multiple OSes available for it right now and each are still getting updates. Why? Because with specs like it has, there isn’t much it can’t still do. It can run Android, Sailfish OS, Firefox OS, Ubuntu Touch, and oh yeah…LUNEOS!
Continue reading Do You Have a Nexus 4 Yet?