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[Deal Alert] 23 temporarily free, 2 cheap, and 5 on-sale apps for your Wednesday

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Wednesday is here and it's time for some more app deals. The list today is, mercifully, shorter than Monday's — that was quite the doozy. And in case anyone is wondering, we designate "cheap" as $0.20 or less with "on-sale" being anything higher than that.

For those of you who do not know by now, the 0.10 (or equivalent in your country) weekly deals include an app and a game. These sales almost always exclude the U.S., but the U.K., Spain, Italy, Romania, Australia, France, Russia, and Germany are eligible.

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[Deal Alert] 23 temporarily free, 2 cheap, and 5 on-sale apps for your Wednesday was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Sharp takes the wraps off of the Aquos R for Japan, Snapdragon 835, 5.3″ QHD display, and more in tow

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017


Over in Japan, Sharp has taken the wraps off of its newest flagship. Dubbed the Aquos R, it features some top-tier specs with a lot of hype around the display technology and included artificial intelligence. The choice of the letter 'R' has a four-fold meaning around which the phone's marketing will be unified: Reality, Response, Reliability, and Robotics.

At this point, we have some basic specifications to go on with further details likely to come when pricing and availability are announced.

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Sharp takes the wraps off of the Aquos R for Japan, Snapdragon 835, 5.3" QHD display, and more in tow was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

17 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last week (4/12/17 – 4/18/17)

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.

Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info.

Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

Games

Lumino City

Android Police coverage: Noodlecake Studios brings us Lumino City, an award winning handcrafted puzzle adventure game

It is always nice to see PC games that get ported to Android.

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17 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last week (4/12/17 - 4/18/17) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android Pay and PayPal join forces to open new doors for contactless payments

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

2017 is turning out to be quite the year for Android Pay. Not only have we seen more banks added, but also some really interesting integration with a few select mobile banking apps. Now, PayPal is about to join in, which is fantastic.

Users will be able to link their PayPal account to Android Pay and use it at supported NFC terminals or at checkout in Android apps. Regular readers of the site should not be too surprised since Cody spotted the beginning of this back in his teardown of v1.13.

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Android Pay and PayPal join forces to open new doors for contactless payments was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Removing built in applications from Android Tablets?

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

We’ve received another email today that has got us stumped! Janar writes:

I bought Samsung Galaxy GT-P1000 tablet in Saudi Arabia. In this tablet some of the applications like Quran, prayer timings, direction for Khbha etc. can not be removed or uninstalled. Can somebody give solution in this regards.

I had no idea that this sort of thing would occur anywhere in the world, but if you know how to remove these applications from a Samsung Galaxy tablet please comment to this post and we’ll try to let Janar know the good news.

Alternatively, if someone would like to send me a tablet so I can have a play, that would work just as well 🙂

Remote Camera App

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

We had a question sent to us the other day asking if we knew of a good remote camera app for Android phones. Now I suppose it depends on exactly what that means but I took it to mean an app that could be used to remotely take a photo on another camera… From my own research I can’t find anything that is suitable, there are a few camera apps that allow you to use your phone as a webcam or remotely turn the camera on your phone on/off from your PC but they’re mostly not very good.

Now, there is a DSLR camera remote app for the iPhone, created by onOne and maybe if enough people ask them they will port it across to Android phones:

http://www.ononesoftware.com/blog/dslr-camera-remote-feature-requests/

Please let us know if you’ve found any apps that would work or if you know of a high quality remote camera app for Android submit it to this site, don’t forget screenshots when you submit.

SatsportsNA use Pressitt for Satski

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

We’re pleased to see SatsportsNA use our sister site Pressitt to launch an online news release to promote their excellent skiing app: Satski

View the release on Pressitt

Anyone visiting Revelstoke, Lake Louise, Panorama or Moonlight Basin (or their websites) this winter may find offers for Satski, an interactive GPS trail map that may one day make the traditional paper trail map a thing of the past.

The resorts, scattered throughout BC, Alberta and Montana, are just a few of the North American resorts that have recently partnered with SatsportsNA , pioneers in GPS app development, to offer skiers and riders Satski, an app for their smart phone that provides navigation, live stats, Google Earth replays, safety features, resort information and more.

Find out more about Satski on 101 Best Android Apps

Tablet Coasters

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

From the same people who brought you the Smartphone coaster comes an enlarged version for your new Android Tablet:

Our new Tablet Coasters are similar in design to our very popular Smartphone Coasters. These sleek and attractive polished stainless steel coasters raise your Tablet PC to a comfortable 35 degree viewing angle while enabling you to be more productive. The stackable space-saving design makes Tablet Coasters great for home or office. Coasters are also perfect for presentations, conferences, trade shows or for displays.

Coaster Dimensions are 5 1/2″w x 7″d x 2 3/4″h. Includes non-skid rubber feet on the bottom and top lip. Priced as low as $14.95 each (in quantity). Be the envy of your friends or co-workers by showing-off your new Tablet PC on our elegant stainless steel Coasters.

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Smartphone Coasters

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Well, this is something new for us – we’re reviewing an actual tech gadget! The smartphone coaster comes from a simple idea – instead of laying your smartphone flat on your desk, why not have a little stand that allows you to see the screen easily.

Great for checking emails and text messages as they come in and even better for watching video on the phone while on the move. If you’re in a meeting use the coaster to keep your phone in view so you don’t need to keep on playing with it to view incoming messages or to check the time of your next appointment, just prop it in front of you while giving a talk and keep track of your timing.

With a variety of uses this would be a great little stocking filler. If you’re wondering why most phones don’t come with stands, this little gadget proves they don’t need to!

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-11-20

Saturday, November 20th, 2010
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