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Smart finance tracking app Albert debuts on Android with personalized money advice

Friday, January 18th, 2019

The good old days of managing personal finances on a huge spreadsheet are behind us. Now, there is a bevy of money-tracking apps out there that pull data from banks and other financial institutions, to help users set and stick to a budget. Mint has traditionally been the most popular service in this category, followed by YNAB. Another player in the space, West Coast-based Albert Corp, now has an Android app available for download, and while it's technically unreleased, you can already get a head start on managing your finances.

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Smart finance tracking app Albert debuts on Android with personalized money advice was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

25 new and notable Android TV apps and games from the last 10 months (3/31/18 – 1/18/19)

Friday, January 18th, 2019

android_tv_expansion Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android TV apps and games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the the last ten months. It's been a while since our last ATV roundup, but ATV titles are still trickling out in enough numbers that we finally have some competent apps and games to throw together for a roundup of the more intriguing releases.

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25 new and notable Android TV apps and games from the last 10 months (3/31/18 - 1/18/19) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Fix now available] ES File Explorer vulnerability leaves your files exposed to anyone on the same network

Friday, January 18th, 2019

In the early days of Android, ES File Explorer was one of the better ways to manage your storage.

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[Update: Fix now available] ES File Explorer vulnerability leaves your files exposed to anyone on the same network was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

These LG G8 renders may look boring, but an absent earpiece hints at big audio changes

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

LG's recent entrants into the flagship mobile space haven't been the most exciting phones — though it was funny seeing LG launch the V30 three times. Now a series of renders and a 360-degree video from @OnLeaks and 91mobiles have given our first potential glimpse at LG's upcoming G8. And if you've seen the G7, then this new phone will look pretty familiar, though it has a pretty big twist: There's no earpiece.

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These LG G8 renders may look boring, but an absent earpiece hints at big audio changes was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

These LG G8 renders may look boring, but an absent earpiece hints at big audio changes

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

LG's recent entrants into the flagship mobile space haven't been the most exciting phones — though it was funny seeing LG launch the V30 three times. Now a series of renders and a 360-degree video from @OnLeaks and 91mobiles have given our first potential glimpse at LG's upcoming G8. And if you've seen the G7, then this new phone will look pretty familiar, though it has a pretty big twist: There's no earpiece.

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These LG G8 renders may look boring, but an absent earpiece hints at big audio changes was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Team17 is bringing The Escapists 2 to Android, and you can pre-register right now

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

Team17 is probably best known for its Worms franchise, but it's also the publisher of titles like Sheltered and The Escapists. Never a company to sit on its laurels, Team17 has announced today that The Escapists 2 is coming to mobile under the moniker The Escapists 2: Pocket Breakout. It's slated for release on January 31st, which means it will be available for download in only 13 days. If you're eager to get your hands on the sequel, the listing is already available on the Play Store so that fans can pre-register for the release.

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Team17 is bringing The Escapists 2 to Android, and you can pre-register right now was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Hang Line: Mountain Climber swings its way onto the Play Store

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

Hang Line: Mountain Climber is the latest release from Yodo1 Games, the publisher for the popular auto-runner Rodeo Stampede. This time around, instead of wrangling stampeding animals with a lasso, you'll be tasked with using a grappling hook to climb your way to the top of five perilous mountains in search of stranded survivors.

Getting the hang of the grapple hook mechanics in this release is easy enough. Just tap on the snowy bits of the mountain to swing your way to that area.

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Hang Line: Mountain Climber swings its way onto the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Galaxy Stack crosses shmup action with block stacking, out now on Android

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

Over the years Crescent Moon Games have released more than a few successful mobile titles on the Play Store, and Galaxy Stack is the latest release from the company that should have no problem finding success among its peers. At first blush, Galaxy Stack may look like yet another pixel-based shmup, but it's the odd addition of block stacking mechanics in this title that mixes things up for something pretty unique.

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Galaxy Stack crosses shmup action with block stacking, out now on Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Pre-production Pixel 3 Lite shown off in video with headphone jack and plastic body

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

Not long after we here at Android Police revealed that the Pixel 3 and 3 XL Lite will launch this spring through Verizon, a video review of a pre-production version of the Pixel 3 Lite has surfaced, providing us with our best look yet at the device and its specifications.

The video comes courtesy of Ukrainian tech blog Andro News, which appears to have uploaded its first video a mere six days ago.

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Pre-production Pixel 3 Lite shown off in video with headphone jack and plastic body was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Video] Leaked Android Q builds reveals system-wide dark mode, new permissions UI, possible desktop interface

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

XDA has managed to get its hands on an early build of Android Q, confirming that Google's next version of our favorite operating system will include a dark mode, as expected. But plenty of more secrets were hiding inside the image XDA found, including a much-needed app permissions revamp, what may end up being a Samsung DeX-like desktop UI, and piles of smaller features.

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[Update: Video] Leaked Android Q builds reveals system-wide dark mode, new permissions UI, possible desktop interface was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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