Top Canadian mobile stories from the past week

Every week we bring you the latest in Canadian mobile news. Listed below is a quick overview of the top stories from the past seven days.

– Bell expands LTE-Advanced coverage into BC and Alberta [Read here]
– Toronto Police app allows Torontonians to access valuable info [Read here]
– OnePlus teases a second smartphone for 2015 [Read here]
– SaskTel adds Moto G (3rd Gen.) to its lineup [Read here]
– Apple to reportedly hold iPhone launch event on September 9th [Read here]
– Android is more fragmented than ever [Read here]
– CraveTV has 730,000 users [Read here]
– Lollipop is now on 18.1% of Android devices [Read here]
– Apple wants Ingram Micro to stop selling Wind used iPhones [Read here]
– UGO Wallet has doubled its users since December [Read here]
– Leaked Nexus 6 prototype shows the phone that could have been [Read here]
– Apple hiring to “bring exciting new mobile products” to Android [Read here]
– Telus sees wireless revenue grow by $90 million in Q2 [Read here]
– Apple Music has 11 million non-paying subscribers [Read here]
– Bell’s Q2 wireless revenue grows [Read here]
– Canadian developers can now snag themselves a Project Tango tablet [Read here]