Internet TV service Philo now has an Android TV app

Internet TV services like Sling and YouTube TV are increasingly popular alternatives to cable. They don’t do a whole lot of good unless you can actually watch them on your television, though. If you’ve got an Android TV device, you now have one more option: Philo.

Philo’s basic package comes with 43 channels, including some big ones like AMC, IFC, and Comedy Central, for $16 a month. For an additional $4, you get 13 more, including the Cooking Channel and Nick Toons. Read MoreInternet TV service Philo now has an Android TV app was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

InboxIt is a new app that replaces the departed 'Save to Inbox' feature

Inbox by Gmail is going the way of the dodo, and there’s nothing we can do about it. I’m still incredibly bitter about this, but it’s time to suck it up and work out how to make Gmail function in exactly the same way (or as close as possible). “Save to Inbox” was one of many handy features, but it’s already been removed from the Android app and the Chrome extension has also vanished. Read MoreInboxIt is a new app that replaces the departed ‘Save to Inbox’ feature was written by the awesome team at Android Police.