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Instagram lets users post to multiple accounts, but only on iOS for now

Thursday, January 10th, 2019

Instagram influencers will tell you, that life is hard. If they maintain several accounts with different scopes and specializations, it's easy to switch between one and the other, but it's not easy to post common photos and videos to more than one. They'd have to do it from scratch for each. However, that might be changing as some users on iOS have started noticing the option to share their post to other accounts they own.

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Instagram lets users post to multiple accounts, but only on iOS for now was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Project Fi is now Google Fi and supports phones from Samsung, OnePlus, and even iPhones

Wednesday, November 28th, 2018

 

Project Fi has made the leap that all fledgling Google projects aspire to - after around three-and-a-half years, it has dropped the "project" and evolved into "Google Fi," with a brand new logo to boot. Along with the name change, Google has announced that the wireless provider now supports "the majority of Android devices," including Samsung and OnePlus handsets, and iPhones (in beta).

The addition of phones from these new brands significantly broadens the operator's scope, since it previously only offered service for Pixels and select Nexus, Motorola, and LG devices. Google has posted lists of all the Fi-supported smartphones, including iPhones from 5S through XS, and Samsung smartphones from S6 to S9 (along with several others).

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Project Fi is now Google Fi and supports phones from Samsung, OnePlus, and even iPhones was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Adobe’s new cross-device video editing app, Premiere Rush CC, is coming to Android in 2019

Tuesday, October 16th, 2018

Social media stars finally have an Adobe video app just for them. Adobe announced its Project Rush cross-device video editing app in June 2018, revealing a platform designed for individuals creating and publishing video content for the web. Now it officially has a name — Premiere Rush CC — and an availability timeline for Android.

The app, which syncs projects and edits between mobile and desktop, will be available on Android in 2019.

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Adobe's new cross-device video editing app, Premiere Rush CC, is coming to Android in 2019 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android Police talks Apple: The biometric gap, shifting affordability, and Watch envy

Thursday, September 13th, 2018

Last year, Apple's iPhone X literally changed how the company's customers used their phones, dropping such steadfast design choices as the home button and fingerprint sensor in pursuit of that all-screen dream. Yesterday's announcement wasn't as shocking, but it did democratize 2017's changes with the new, more affordable iPhone XR. In its own way, Apple is set yet again to change how its customers use its phones by delivering most of its flagship features at a new, more palatable price.

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Android Police talks Apple: The biometric gap, shifting affordability, and Watch envy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Duo comes to the iPad

Tuesday, August 28th, 2018

It took a couple of years for Google Duo to spread its wings beyond single-device support, but now that it has, there's no stopping it. After enabling you to make video calls on multiple devices, including Android tablets, Duo is now expanding from the iPhone to the iPad as well.

With version 39 of the app, Google Duo can be downloaded from the App Store and installed on iPads. The interface works in portrait as well as landscape, and the latter is similar to the one you get on Android tablets with a side menu for your contacts.

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Google Duo comes to the iPad was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Duo comes to the iPad

Tuesday, August 28th, 2018

It took a couple of years for Google Duo to spread its wings beyond single-device support, but now that it has, there's no stopping it. After enabling you to make video calls on multiple devices, including Android tablets, Duo is now expanding from the iPhone to the iPad as well.

With version 39 of the app, Google Duo can be downloaded from the App Store and installed on iPads. The interface works in portrait as well as landscape, and the latter is similar to the one you get on Android tablets with a side menu for your contacts.

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Google Duo comes to the iPad was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android users and men are far less likely to make in-app mobile gaming purchases than iOS users and women

Tuesday, August 21st, 2018

Mobile games are a major contributor to the modern gaming industry, but while many of us play them, only some users actually pay up. That is, of course, because for the most part paying is optional. The dominant pricing model these days is free-to-play games with in-app-purchases (IAP) — for instance, paying real-world dollars in order to play continuously without mandatory cool-off periods, or purchasing extra lives. In a recent report from Liftoff, a mobile app marketing platform, the agency delves into who among us is paying for mobile games, and who is refraining from dipping into their wallets.

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Android users and men are far less likely to make in-app mobile gaming purchases than iOS users and women was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google joins forces with Unity, extending ad reach to many more mobile games

Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

More than half of all new mobile games are built on Unity's development engine, with 3 billion devices reached across both Android and iOS. That's an enormous potential audience just waiting to be served with high-quality advertising, something Google seems to have cottoned on to. Companies using Google's AdMob platform are getting access to Unity's vast catalog of mobile games after the two announced a new strategic partnership.

According to the development firm's Vice President of Advertiser Solutions, Julie Shumaker, almost 9 billion minutes are spent playing Unity games every day, with the ad potential largely untapped until now.

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Google joins forces with Unity, extending ad reach to many more mobile games was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Apple rejects Steam Link app for iOS and Apple TV, citing ‘business conflicts’

Friday, May 25th, 2018

Steam Link for iOS and Android was released last week, allowing users to stream games from a local desktop PC to their phone. We reviewed the Android version, and it's an impressive app despite still being in beta. Apple has now removed Steam Link from the iOS and Apple TV stores, leaving Android as the only platform with the application.

In a public statement, Valve said Apple initially approved the app on May 7, but later rejected it due to 'business conflicts with app guidelines':

On Monday, May 7th, Apple approved the Steam Link app for release.

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Apple rejects Steam Link app for iOS and Apple TV, citing 'business conflicts' was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: APK Download] Google News overhauled with new interface and features, merged with Play Newsstand

Tuesday, May 8th, 2018

Google News has always seemingly been a side project at Google. The Android app arrived on the Play Store in 2014, and has received occasional minor updates since. During today's Google I/O keynote, a brand new version of the app was announced, seemingly dropping the weather functionality and merging with Google Play Newsstand.

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[Update: APK Download] Google News overhauled with new interface and features, merged with Play Newsstand was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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