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Snapchat’s payment feature is shutting down August 30

Sunday, July 22nd, 2018

Snapchat introduced 'Snapcash' in 2014, as a way for users to send each other money. The feature wasn't a great idea from the start, especially when combined with Snapchat's popularity for sharing explicit photos. Now it appears Snapchat is dropping Snapcash entirely.

TechCrunch found a Snapcash deprecation message in a recent Snapchat APK, and when the site reached out to Snap Inc, it confirmed the feature would be shut down on August 30.

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Snapchat's payment feature is shutting down August 30 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Samsung Movie Maker to be discontinued after Android P update

Sunday, March 18th, 2018

Ever heard of Samsung Movie Maker? It's preinstalled on many Galaxy devices, but it's pretty well-hidden; it only shows up after you begin editing a video through the Gallery app. However, the service will soon be discontinued when Android P rolls around, so a few of you might have to find a new video editor on Android.

We first learned of this discontinuation from the upload notes for the APK from APK Mirror, which state, "Samsung Movie Maker service will be terminated after Android P (or Android 9.0) update." Additionally, we received further confirmation when a reader sent in a screenshot of what popped up on his screen after updating Movie Maker.

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Samsung Movie Maker to be discontinued after Android P update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Surprise: The Google Pixel 2 has a hidden menu button on its navigation bar

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

The menu button used to be oh-so-important to Android in the early years. Google ditched it pretty early on with the introduction of the Galaxy Nexus, but Samsung's flagship Galaxy Note III was released in late 2013 and still had one on board.

But even after menu buttons lost their permanent spots on the chins of phones, some still persisted through long-presses of the multitasking button. You could even find cheaper devices with dedicated menu buttons to the right of their multitasking buttons, and if you really wanted one on your current phone, some custom ROMs would allow you to add one there.

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Surprise: The Google Pixel 2 has a hidden menu button on its navigation bar was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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