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Google Assistant’s shopping lists should soon work again with Google Keep

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

It's been a few months since I shared my list of 10 things I wished Google Home would do, and in the time since, three of these have come true and two were sort of working already and have been improved. One more item could soon become a reality, and it's the one we've all been asking for in the past months: Google Keep integration with Assistant.

Replying to a commenter on Reddit, Googler al3d confirmed that Assistant's shopping lists will be coming back to Keep for those who prefer to use the service.

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Google Assistant's shopping lists should soon work again with Google Keep was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Official] Google Maps’ group planning Shortlist starts showing up for some users

Wednesday, September 26th, 2018

Summer is over and most Googlers are back at their desk working on releasing features we were promised at I/O 2018 (and making our lives, especially Cody's, a lot more busy). Just in the past couple of days, we've seen Photos' Color Pop effect and Assistant's new visual responses, and now, there's something new in Google Maps too: Shortlists.

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[Update: Official] Google Maps' group planning Shortlist starts showing up for some users was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Maps’ group planning Shortlist starts showing up for some users

Saturday, September 22nd, 2018

Summer is over and most Googlers are back at their desk working on releasing features we were promised at I/O 2018 (and making our lives, especially Cody's, a lot more busy). Just in the past couple of days, we've seen Photos' Color Pop effect and Assistant's new visual responses, and now, there's something new in Google Maps too: Shortlists.

You might recall Google mentioning at I/O a group planning feature for Maps where users can create a list of places, share them with a group, and the invitees can vote or add more suggestions.

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Google Maps' group planning Shortlist starts showing up for some users was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

10 things I’d like to see in the (presumably) upcoming OnePlus 6T

Friday, August 31st, 2018

The OnePlus 6 is, without much question in my mind, one of the best phones of this year. On paper, it matches most of 2018's flagships, but the aggressive pricing makes it a great value when compared to most of its competition. Still, there are a lot of ways that the OnePlus 6 could be improved if the company sticks to its mid-generation "T" refresh, and I've put together a decent-sized list of all the things I'd like to see in the OnePlus 6T.

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10 things I'd like to see in the (presumably) upcoming OnePlus 6T was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: It’s official] Amazon lets you invite others to properly collaborate on lists

Tuesday, August 28th, 2018

If there's one Amazon/eBay feature I've searched for and hoped for in the last few years, it's a collaborative wishlist. Ever since I met my now-husband and we started planning a life together, we've had issues keeping a single list of items we're considering purchasing.

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[Update: It's official] Amazon lets you invite others to properly collaborate on lists was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

10 of the weirdest Android phones of all time

Sunday, August 5th, 2018

The 10th anniversary of the first commercially-available Android device, the T-Mobile G1, is fast approaching. In that past decade, we've seen some pretty crazy Android phones enter the market - some successful, but mostly nothing more than cool design experiments. In celebration of Android's 10th birthday, we thought we'd organize a list of 10 of the weirdest Android phones of all time, sorted from oldest to newest.

Motorola Backflip

There was no shortage of phones with sliding keyboards back in 2010, but Motorola decided to be quirky with the Backflip.

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10 of the weirdest Android phones of all time was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

10 of the weirdest Android phones of all time

Sunday, August 5th, 2018

The 10th anniversary of the first commercially-available Android device, the T-Mobile G1, is fast approaching. In that past decade, we've seen some pretty crazy Android phones enter the market - some successful, but mostly nothing more than cool design experiments. In celebration of Android's 10th birthday, we thought we'd organize a list of 10 of the weirdest Android phones of all time, sorted from oldest to newest.

Motorola Backflip

There was no shortage of phones with sliding keyboards back in 2010, but Motorola decided to be quirky with the Backflip.

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10 of the weirdest Android phones of all time was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

22 new and notable augmented reality apps and games from the last four months (3/24/18 – 7/30/18)

Monday, July 30th, 2018

There was a huge uptick of augmented reality apps and games released on the Play Store back in March that was a result of ARCore's expanded device support. AP covered both the games and apps published at the time, but I wanted to keep track of further releases just to see if we could keep these AR roundups going. It may have taken four months, but I finally have a solid AR roundup for all of our readers.

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22 new and notable augmented reality apps and games from the last four months (3/24/18 - 7/30/18) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Effing Finally] Amazon lets you invite others to properly collaborate on lists

Thursday, July 26th, 2018

If there's one Amazon/eBay feature I've searched for and hoped for in the last few years, it's a collaborative wishlist. Ever since I met my now-husband and we started planning a life together, we've had issues keeping a single list of items we're considering purchasing. Both Amazon and eBay let us share our lists, but by "share," they simply mean let the other person view it. Adding items, editing them, removing things, that was all too much to ask for, unless we were using a Wedding registry on Amazon.

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[Effing Finally] Amazon lets you invite others to properly collaborate on lists was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

10 very cool augmented reality apps (that aren’t design or shopping tools)

Saturday, March 24th, 2018

Augmented reality is having a moment on Android. Thanks to ARCore, which now works on more than a dozen device models—Google says that's more than 100 million individual devices—we've seen a ton of new applications that insert virtual objects into our real surroundings. A lot of them are shopping and interior design apps, which makes sense—AR's ability to make items appear in your home is a great way to see what a couch looks like in your living room without actually lugging it in there.

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10 very cool augmented reality apps (that aren't design or shopping tools) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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