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    Recently, Samsung’s Indian R&D released a new app called Walk Mode. It’s advertised as notifying you if there is a danger present as you go about your business using your phone while walking. Safety is quite a noble endeavor for Samsung to be pursuing, and I’d like to say that the company’s efforts paid off, but I would be lying. 

    This particular app release may have flown under your radar, as so far it is exclusive to India.

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    Samsung released a “Walk Mode” app, and it’s terrible was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Twitch app updated with new UI, mobile streaming, and more [APK Download]

    The Twitch Android app has always been good enough for watching streams, but now it’s even better. Earlier today, Twitch announced a major new update for the Android and iOS apps, with a brand new interface and a few notable new features. Twitch says the new app should be available to everyone by early July, but we have the APK, because ain’t nobody got time for dat.


    The new interface has a bottom tab bar with three pages – Live, Pulse, and Browse.

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    Twitch app updated with new UI, mobile streaming, and more [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Galaxy S8 vs Xperia XZ Premium: both excellent, but only one will make you wish you’d bought the other

    We compared the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Sony Xperia XZ Premium to see which was the better phone between two of this year’s top smartphones. Which came out on top?(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Best Cases for the OnePlus 5 (So Far …)

    Keep your OnePlus 5 protected with a case!

    After months of hype, the OnePlus 5 is finally here! Whether you’re waiting for your new phone to arrive in the mail or you’ve got it in your hand, we’re sure you’re marveling at it’s gorgeous, all-metal design.

    If you’re hoping to keep your OnePlus 5 in immaculate condition, your best bet is a quality case. At launch, OnePlus itself actually offers the best cases available, but we’ve rounded up a few cheaper options from Amazon. We’ll be sure to keep this list updated as more cases become available

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    Assuming you bought your phone through the OnePlus website, you would have seen some of what it has to offer for OnePlus 5. As expected, you can buy some pretty cool style swap covers, which are essentially shell cases designed by OnePlus which are available in Sandstone, Ebony Wood, Carbon Fiber, and Rosewood finishes.

    The are super slim cases that add little bulk to your phone, offering just enough around back to…

  • Nest app updated with Cam IQ support, better audio alerts, and more

    The Nest app is getting an update today, which makes sense. The Nest Cam IQ is available for purchase, and the app needs some new smarts to keep up with this 4K security camera. Just grab the new version from the Play Store or APK Mirror, and you’ll b…

  • Duo is now asking to integrate with your phone’s call history, but it might not be working yet

    Google might be planning on having your Duo calls appear in your phone’s call history. A new prompt is appearing in Duo that asks if you’d like to merge its call history with your phone’s. We found data to support this last month in a teardown of the Duo app, so it isn’t too surprising. Either the switch flipped early for the prompt, or the feature might be coming soon. 

    I was able to pull up the prompt myself after exiting a call in Duo.

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    Duo is now asking to integrate with your phone’s call history, but it might not be working yet was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Did you know Google+ is 6 years old today?

    Are you even still using the social network?

    Look, I’d never go up to a six-year-old kid and say, bluntly, “I forgot it was your birthday.” That would probably melt the child’s heart enough to warrant at least a year of therapy when he hits college. But the truth is, I forgot that today was Google+’s birthday (thanks to Android Police for reminding us to send a card).

    I didn’t even realize that it’s been around six years. Will it make it to 10?

    Part of the reason I’m not as engaged with Google+ as I used to be years ago is that the feature I was most excited about has been effectively removed from the social network. Google Photos is its own thing now, and the photo albums and sharing features I loved in Google+’s heydays are better than ever before.

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  • Aukey is offering 3-packs of its USB-C cables for as little as $9, 5-packs for $14

    USB-C has been slowly taking over, and recently we’ve seen more and more electronics include it as the standard charging method. While USB-C has plenty of advantages, this change means that all of your old cables will no longer help you charge, and now you’ll need a bunch of new ones. Right now, Aukey is offering some pretty nice discounts on its 3 and 5-packs of USB-C cables, which helps make the transition a bit more affordable.

    You can grab a basic 3-pack for as little as $8.80, or opt for the braided ones which are perfect for those who are a bit harsher on their cables) for just $11.99. You’ll need to use a coupon code during checkout at Amazon to get these prices, so be sure to use the matching coupon code below for the listing you select.

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  • The 5 best things about the OnePlus 5

    Now that you’ve had a week in the wake of its launch to ruminate on the OnePlus 5, it’s time for us to tell you all the reasons you should think about it. Of course, there’s our review to consider, too, in which the OnePlus 5 even earned our hallowed “Most Wanted” award. But if you’re here for the TL;DR, we’re happy to oblige.

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    The 5 best things about the OnePlus 5 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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    There are few things more stressful than when technology fails, but relax: we’ve got you covered

    If you’re a gamer, chances are you’re familiar with all sorts of technological terrors. Red ring of death. “The servers are busy at this time.” The exciting, seemingly random combination of letters, numbers, and dashes. But if there’s one thing that brings heart to the fear of every gamer, it’s pressing the power button on your console or accessory, and nothing happening.

    Sometimes that can happen with PlayStation VR, but if it happens to you, don’t panic: we’ll teach you ways to troubleshoot this on your own.

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