Seidio Spring-Clip Holster for Samsung Galaxy S6

Holsters never seem to make much of an impression these days, but with the right clip, they can make accessing your device quick and convenient.

If you're already using your Samsung Galaxy S6 without a case, then Seidio's Spring-Clip Holster might be an ideal go-to solution for protecting your display from scratches while providing an easier way of answering a call, text or email. It doesn't hide your device behind layers or kickstands — it lets it all hang out.

The Android Central Google I/O 2015 Preview

It's that time of year again, and by the looks of things Google has plenty of awesome to show us.

Google's annual developer conference is right around the corner, and there's a lot to talk about this year. A lot has happened in the last 12 months that position Google to make some big announcements this year, continuing the bold new direction the company has taken Android, Chrome, and just about everything else the company does.

While San Francisco prepares for thousands of developers — as well as a couple of Android Central's finest — to descend once again upon the Moscone West convention center, it seemed like a good time to take a look at what we're expecting from this year's Google Nerd Christmas.

Huawei takes us to its 'School of Pronunciation' in fun new video

Huawei takes three soccer pundits to its School of Pronunciation in a fun new video.

Huawei, the subject of many a pronunciation snafu on the part of us English speakers, has tackled the issue head-on in a new video in which an instructor humorously aids soccer pundits in pronouncing some difficult Arsenal player names and, of course, the company's name itself.

Samsung Protective Covers for Galaxy S6 edge are 40% off today!

These OEM hard cases offer an enhanced grip around your Galaxy S6 edge along with a super-slim form that doesn't take away from the device's good looks. Available in black or gold, the simple snap-on design makes installation and removal a cinch, leaving complete access to the ports and buttons. Get yours today for $17.95

LG G4 heading to Sprint on June 5

Sprint announced today that the LG G4 will be coming to the carrier on June 5.

If you're eager to get your hands on LG's latest flagship on Sprint, it looks like June 5 is your day. The carrier will offer up the LG G4 in your choice of metallic gray or black leather back at $200 on a two-year contract, or $600 if you choose to go sans-contract.

Google apologizes for offensive Maps mishap

Google has apologized for a 'mess up' surrounding racist search results on Google Maps.

Earlier this week, it was discovered that searching Google Maps with certain racial slurs would return results for the White House. Today, Google has issued an apology for the mishap, noting that it has taken action to fix the issue.

Cyanogen folder locking - how it works and why it is awesome

Perfect for privacy fans or parents who let their kids play with their phones.

Unless you have a native guest mode, every time you hand your phone over to someone else you're handing over your entire digital existence. Your photo gallery, browser history, chats, and anything not secured by a pin in the app are a tap or two away. Whether you've handed your phone off to a child to watch a video in the middle of the grocery store, a friend who needs to call a cab after their phone died, or your phone has gotten up and walked away with the help of some less-than-honest individual, protecting your data is important.

Lockscreens aren't bulletproof, Smart Lock even less so, which means it is worth exploring a second layer for those apps you don't want anyone but you to access. If you're using a Cyanogen OS device or something running CyanogenMod, folder locking is a perfect example of a second security layer. It's also baked right in to the OS, waiting for you to turn it on and enjoy it. Here's how it works.

See what's playing right from your wrist with the latest Shazam update

Shazam has added Android Wear support in its latest update, which now allows you to identify who is playing right from your wrist.

No longer do you have to fumble to find your phone when you want to know who sings a particular song, thanks to the latest Shazam update. Included in this update is the addition of Android Wear support to the app, so users can now do everything right from their wrist.

Brillo is Google's lightweight OS for the Internet of Things, may debut at Google I/O

Google Brillo is the company's lightweight OS that will power Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and it is said that they may show it off as early as next week.

Google I/O may be the time and place for Google to announce its rumored lightweight OS for the IoT, Brillo. New reports suggest that Google is looking to hop deeper into the market, and create a real-time operating system of their own.

Best alternative keyboards for the Samsung Galaxy S6

There are plenty of great keyboard choices for your GS6 right in Google Play.

If we're being honest, the built-in Samsung keyboard on the Galaxy S6 just isn't that great. It puts buttons in weird places, has some odd touch responses and is generally poor at auto correct, but that doesn't mean you're stuck with it. Of course you can switch out that keyboard with a free or paid option from Google Play, and that means you have dozens of choices available to you.

We've been using the Galaxy S6 plenty, and these are the keyboards we're happiest with after using them. Read along with us and see if one of these appeals to you as well.

Adobe will pull Photoshop Touch from Google Play on May 28

Adobe announced that it would be discontinuing Photoshop Touch late next week.

Adobe will pull Photoshop Touch from Google Play on May 28. The company believes that their new mobile apps will better meet the needs of their customers going forward. While these tools are currently only available on iOS, Adobe announced that they are currently developing new apps for Android, which they will debut soon.

Google's OS X Hangouts Chrome app updates to something not awful

If you've been suffering with Google's Chrome app (as opposed to the extension) for Hangouts (especially on OS X), keep an eye out for an update today. Mine just refreshed to what you see here — ditching the (mostly) single-column view for two columns that are much more akin to what you'd expect from a proper chat client.

In fact, after poking around for a few minutes, this is much improved over the previous iteration. It's unclear at the moment if we'll see this update on other platforms — OS X has been a special case thus far — or if they'll continue to use the floating chat head bubble things.