This week’s Android news brings more information on Android L, expansion of the Android One program and hints at the future of Google Now. Here is your AndroGeek Weekly Wrap-Up for the week of September 15th.
Youtube to Offer Offline Video Downloading in India ~ Androidandme
YouTube is one of the most popular video sites on the web. Enjoying it on your mobile or tablet can be tricky however without unlimited data or Wi-Fi access. In the next few weeks, India will be able to flag videos on YouTube for offline viewing. While there are no official releases on when to expect this in other areas of the world, the fact that it’s finally happening somewhere is promising.
Android L Will Turn on Encryption by Default ~ Greenbot
From stolen devices to unwanted surveillance, there are plenty of reasons to encrypt your Android phone or tablet. While the option has been available since Jelly Bean, it is something that you have to configure. Starting with Android L, device encryption will be enabled by default on all Android phones and tablets for added security.