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Pixel Sounds updated to v2.0, and it actually works now [APK Download]

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

Google laid the groundwork for a new app earlier this month, and now you can (maybe) use it. While the prospect of "Pixel Sounds" isn't the most exciting, it improves a part of the Android experience that has long needed an overhaul. Pixel devices will soon have a more expansive set of ringtones with a much prettier interface. The app didn't work when it first popped up, but v2.0 does, and it's rolling out now.

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Pixel Sounds updated to v2.0, and it actually works now [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Sounds appears on Play Store promising Pixel-exclusive ringtones and audio visualizations – but it doesn’t work yet [APK Download]

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

According to reviews on the Play Store, the Google Sounds app that just popped up on the platform is super addictive, a great time waster, can turn two speakers into a surround sound experience, and prevents baldness. How is this possible? It's not. It's just an app that updates your sound settings so you can get ringtones that were previously only available on Pixel, and see some funky audio visualizations. At least, that's what it should be - neither of those features are live yet and, at the moment, downloading the app provides users with no real benefit at all. 

On the Google Play Store listing there are screenshots of what the app will look like, complete with different-colored visualizations for a variety of sounds you're likely already familiar with if you have a Pixel.

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Google Sounds appears on Play Store promising Pixel-exclusive ringtones and audio visualizations – but it doesn't work yet [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Sounds appears on Play Store promising Pixel-exclusive ringtones and audio visualizations – but it doesn’t work yet [APK Download]

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

According to reviews on the Play Store, the Google Sounds app that just popped up on the platform is super addictive, a great time waster, can turn two speakers into a surround sound experience, and prevents baldness. How is this possible? It's not. It's just an app that updates your sound settings so you can get ringtones that were previously only available on Pixel, and see some funky audio visualizations. At least, that's what it should be - neither of those features are live yet and, at the moment, downloading the app provides users with no real benefit at all. 

On the Google Play Store listing there are screenshots of what the app will look like, complete with different-colored visualizations for a variety of sounds you're likely already familiar with if you have a Pixel.

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Google Sounds appears on Play Store promising Pixel-exclusive ringtones and audio visualizations – but it doesn't work yet [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

BBC Sounds app arrives to replace iPlayer Radio and attract a younger audience

Tuesday, June 26th, 2018

The UK's most famous media institution, the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), seems like it's constantly in transition as it tries to maintain its traditional values at the same time as adapting to a new generation of viewers, listeners, and readers. As far as audio content goes, the BBC has had to supplement its live and on-demand content by releasing podcasts on other services, too.

Music streaming apps dominate with younger media consumers, so the BBC has had to come up with a new strategy which includes replacing the aging iPlayer Radio app with something a little more Generation Z.

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BBC Sounds app arrives to replace iPlayer Radio and attract a younger audience was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Here are the Pixel 2’s all-new alarm, ringtone, and notification sounds

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

The last time Google made new alarm, notification, and ringtone sounds for Android was for the original Pixel and Pixel XL. Maybe this will become a yearly tradition, because Google has done the same thing for this year's Pixels. We've also extracted them from a Pixel 2 XL, so you can use them on your own device.

  

All of the previous sounds have been replaced, so if you still want the old ones, you'll have to download them from the above link.

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Here are the Pixel 2's all-new alarm, ringtone, and notification sounds was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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