Google has announced their new instance messaging app, Allo. I think I will like that. It has a lot of emotion icons which the most Asian People love to use. Moreover, you can control the font size of the message you sent. That is cool. Also, you can add some handwriting on the photo you sent. How's cool it is!
I love the stack layout a lot. I used that in Android and WPF for years. Finally, xCode got a similar control calls Stack View. But that is only available iOS9+. If you set the build target below 9, that is not working. Anyway, the most of iOS devices can be upgraded to iOS 9. That should not be a huge problem
Finally, Whatsapp has released their desktop client. They got windows and OSX version. Well, actually, it looks same as their web client. Also, it got the same process to activate the client. It will generate the QR code and you need open your mobile app to scan the QR code. It sounds that requires the mobile app to send and receive the message.
Not Much different. I think that is useful for you, if you do not have a chrome browser to open the app.
Android 6.0 has released more than 6 months, but my V10 has not received yet. I checked that via OTA. There is no updates at all. However, V10 is connected with LG Bridge. There is a update for Android 6.0. Previously, I got Android 5.1 which is already very good in terms of memory of usage and performance. Thus, I did not spotted a huge improvements in performance. However, finger printer recognition is much faster.
Lastly, it has a game as the hidden feature too. You just need to click Android number a number of times, it will pop up
Recently, I used the WebView control in Xamarin Form a lot recently. WebView required you to set HeightRequest. If you did not set HeightRequest at all, it won't display at all. That is not a deal, when the WebView has fixed height. However, if you want the height of WebView based on its html content, that will be very hard. You need to write a custom renderer to do that. Xamarin forum has some examples for this purpose.