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[Update: Now $99 at B&H] Google Clips drops to $125 (half off) at Google Store and B&H

Monday, November 19th, 2018

To say that Google Clips hasn't exactly taken off would be an understatement. In fact, I'm willing to bet that many of you forgot that it exists. That being said, Clips does have its fans, primarily consisting of parents of young children.

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[Update: Now $99 at B&H] Google Clips drops to $125 (half off) at Google Store and B&H was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Clips drops to $125 (half off) at Google Store and B&H

Sunday, November 18th, 2018

To say that Google Clips hasn't exactly taken off would be an understatement. In fact, I'm willing to bet that many of you forgot that it exists. That being said, Clips does have its fans, primarily consisting of parents of young children. It's now being discounted by $125, or 50%, at the Google Store and B&H.

This is the best deal we've ever seen for Clips, which we've only covered once at $199.

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Google Clips drops to $125 (half off) at Google Store and B&H was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Clips gets timelapse function, better facial expression recognition, and more

Thursday, July 12th, 2018

Google's cute little robo-camera has received a substantial update. Clips has become better at recognizing and capturing "interesting facial expressions," and will learn which photos you keep and which you delete to better highlight content you'll want to hang on to.  Perhaps most excitingly, though, Clips can now record timelapses.

The timelapse feature isn't well spelled out in the Clips app's changelog; it just says that the functionality exists.

• Turn on Timelapses in Settings, and Clips will capture a continuous stream of everything the camera sees and condense it into a fast-forwarded timelapse.
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Google Clips gets timelapse function, better facial expression recognition, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Have a phony Pixel? A counterfeit Chromecast? Google now wants you to report it

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Counterfeits are a sad reality for any moderately popular company. Not only does it lose all the sales that go to fake products, it also has to tend to its reputation which might get destroyed when consumers buy a fraudulent item and blame it for a faulty build or function. Google is trying to catch fakes by launching several pages for you to report them.

There are now dedicated pages for reporting fake ChromecastsPixel Buds, Google PixelbookGoogle Clips, Google Wifi, plus a general page to report any other fake Google hardware.

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Have a phony Pixel? A counterfeit Chromecast? Google now wants you to report it was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Google Store running sale including Home Mini for $34 ($15 off), Clips for $169 ($80 off), and various other discounts

Sunday, July 8th, 2018

The Google Store just had a nearly site-wide sale last month, but Google has decided it's already time for another one. The deals are a bit different this time around, though, with highlights including the Home Mini for just $34 ($15 off), the Clips camera for $169 ($80 off), the Pixel 2 XL for $749 ($100 off), and several other Home and Chromecast deals.

Here's everything on the Google Store that is currently discounted, consolidated into an easier-to-read bulleted list:

However, the Google Store isn't the only retailer offering discounts on Google products.

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[Deal Alert] Google Store running sale including Home Mini for $34 ($15 off), Clips for $169 ($80 off), and various other discounts was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Google Store offering $150 credit with purchase of Pixel 2 XL and Home Mini, $50 off Clips, and much more

Sunday, June 3rd, 2018

The Google Store is currently running more than a few sales on everything from the Pixel 2 XL to the Chromecast Ultra. Purchasing a Pixel 2 with a Home Mini will get you a $150 credit for future purchases, the Clips is $50 off, and there are several deals for Home/Wifi products.

All of these deals require you to be 13 years old or older and have a US shipping address.

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[Deal Alert] Google Store offering $150 credit with purchase of Pixel 2 XL and Home Mini, $50 off Clips, and much more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Clips can now recognize a few new actions, pair with multiple phones [APK Download]

Friday, May 11th, 2018

Google's cute little AI camera, Clips, was made to take pictures at opportune times without human oversight. Previously, it was restricted to triggering at things like faces and poses. Now, though, Google has updated the device to recognize a few new scenarios you may want clips of, as well as pair with more than one phone to more easily share those clips with multiple people.

With the recent update, Clips gains the ability to recognize when subjects are hugging, kissing, dancing, or jumping, and start recording at those triggers.

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Google Clips can now recognize a few new actions, pair with multiple phones [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Clips now captures higher-resolution still images

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018

Google's strange clip-on camera, 'Google Clips,' officially went on sale last month. It takes photos and video automatically, using machine learning to determine what events should be saved. Now the camera has received its first major update, increasing the resolution of still images and adding pinch-to-zoom in the mobile app.

I'm unable to test the new features, since I don't own the camera (nor does anyone else at Android Police), but here's the latest changelog for the Clips companion app:

• Higher resolution still photos for manual captures!

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Google Clips now captures higher-resolution still images was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Clips app pops up on the Play Store ahead of the camera being delivered to anyone

Tuesday, February 27th, 2018

Google's interesting little Clips camera still hasn't been arrived at anyone's doorstep since its announcement alongside the Pixel 2 back in October, but the company has just published its companion app to the Play Store. Clips went up for sale late last month, though delivery dates were slated for early March, and the Google Store sold out pretty quickly.

The app features what you'd expect a companion app for a little camera to.

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Google Clips app pops up on the Play Store ahead of the camera being delivered to anyone was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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