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  • Samsung Pay quietly enables support for Discover cards

    If you’re one of the millions of people carrying around a Discover card, but sorely missing the option to use it in Samsung Pay, your wait has come to an end. It has been a bit of a wait, but as of today Samsung Pay now supports Discover cards for con…

  • IFTTT updated with more than 30 new data sources, Google Photos support, and VoIP

    Late yesterday IFTTT saw a huge update. There are more than 30 new services tied to the automation tool via the new Data Access Project, including a ton of government and travel data sources. There is even a new Google Photos service that interfaces with the platform, as well as a VoIP feature for applets that use the phone service. Now you can set up IFTTT alerts on subjects like the economy and public transit, as well as upload images to Google Photos. 

    The new VoIP service for phone applets will be helpful for those who are traveling internationally, as you’ll be able to set those triggers and actions to occur over data.

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    IFTTT updated with more than 30 new data sources, Google Photos support, and VoIP was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • OnePlus 5: Made by fans for the fans

    The OnePlus 5 is the newest “flagship killer” to hit the market. With prices and specs getting closer to the competition, has OnePlus found a way to convince the masses?(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Action Launcher gets a huge update with new icon, more free features, animated clock icon, and more

    Action Launcher 3 is getting a significant makeover, starting with the name. No more will it be known as Action Launcher 3—now it’s just Action Launcher. You’ll notice a lot of changes this time, some large and some small. Even free users will get a nice surprise when they grab the new update. And if you’re still salty about paying for the Action Launcher 3 upgrade, you have recourse now.

    Here’s the changelog for Action Launcher’s June 2017 update.

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    Action Launcher gets a huge update with new icon, more free features, animated clock icon, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google adds a whopping 60 new banks to Android Pay

    There are a lot of banks in the US. How do I know? Google is still finding banks to add to Android Pay. A new batch of fine financial institutions have been added to the list—60 of them, in fact. This is one of the largest expansions of Android Pay to date.

    The new institutions are mostly smaller banks and credit unions. All the big guys have added support by now.

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    Google adds a whopping 60 new banks to Android Pay was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Update: It’s Live] Google Wallet v20 is getting ready to add fingerprint support and replace its own PIN codes with Google Account PIN [APK Teardown]

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    While Android Pay may have stolen the thunder in terms of Google’s various methods of moving money from one party to another, Wallet is still up and running for those times when you’ve just got to move a few bucks between friends. The latest update looks basically identical to the last few versions, but a teardown of the app shows there are going to be a few changes to the security model that should reduce a little bit of friction and make the app much more convenient than it was in the past.

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    [Update: It’s Live] Google Wallet v20 is getting ready to add fingerprint support and replace its own PIN codes with Google Account PIN [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 2016 AT&T LG K10 updated to Android 7.0 Nougat

    Another day, another phone to get Android 7.0 Nougat. This time it’s the 2016 AT&T LG K10’s turn. This particular phone has been a bit ignored by AT&T. Their support page shows this is only the 2nd update the device has ever received. At least the jump to Nougat includes the April 1st security patches, so it should be reasonably secure for some time if AT&T doesn’t keep it up to date. 

    You should see a notification for the update soon.

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    2016 AT&T LG K10 updated to Android 7.0 Nougat was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google will stop scanning Gmail content for ad personalization

    Changes coming to the way Google delivers ads within Gmail.

    Google has decided to bring the consumer version of Gmail in alignment with the G Suite version of its widely popular email service, which is great news for the billion-plus users around the world. In a recent blog, after bragging about how popular its G Suite business has become amongst the enterprise community, Google announced that it would no longer scan consumer Gmail content for any ad personalization.

    Currently, the free version of Gmail will scan the contents of your inbox for topics and then deliver relevant ads within Gmail. The example Google uses on its support page on the topic is if you’ve received a number of messages about photography or cameras, it might send you a targeted ad for a deal at a local camera store. Once the change happens later this year, Google will still deliver ads within the free version of Gmail, but they will be based on the ads settings associated with your Google Account, which adds t…

  • What’s on our home screens! [Roundtable]

    Be together. Not the same.

    One of the things that people love about Android is how easy it is to customize and personalize. The companies that make the phones we all love have no desire to restrict us to keep the design and style they use, and nobody cares how beautiful or gaudy we make things. Some even provide a theme engine to make it easy to mix things up with one tap.

    Everyone does things a little differently, and that includes the staff here at Android Central. This week we’re going around the table so each of us can show how we do it, and of course, we want to see how you do it, too!

    Andrew Martonik

    For me, it all starts with Google Now Launcher — or, the stock launcher when using my Pixel. I don’t necessarily mind the stock launchers on most other phones, but when it comes to keeping things visually consistent between phones I like to toss Now Launcher on them all. I also really like having the Google Now feed just a swipe away.

    I use a single home screen, with a…

  • Modern Dad really likes the HTC U11

    Another great phone from HTC, but the same question remains: Can they actually sell it?

    My first smartphone was from HTC — the Treo 750. Over the years I’ve used more HTC devices than I can even remember, from the Nexus One up through today’s flagship, the U11. Not every phone has been a winner, but more often than not I (and others, of course) came to the conclusion that basically went “This is a hell of a phone. It’s a shame they never manage to sell better.”

    HTC has a company has changed a lot since then. And I don’t have the slightest idea if the U11 will spark some massive turnaround in a business sense. Or if it even needs to, for that matter. But this much is clear: Look at this phone. That mirror finish is ridiculously cool, and makes me not care about fingerprints. It’s the first phone you wipe off because you want to show it off — not just because it’s gotten smudged. The cameras are VERY good. The best? I dunno — but certainly right up …

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