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Wet Cement

Don't you hate boring sidewalks?  Wouldn't it be cool to personalize them? Wet Cement allows users to geotag places that have freshly poured wet cement, and for other Android users to find it. Users can search as well as get background notifications…

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  • Open your door with just a touch using the $210 Kwikset Kevo

    This smart lock offers multiple ways to get into your home without a key while keeping it secure when you’re away!

    Update: The last deal we shared on this smart lock saw the Venetian Bronze color drop to $200. This deal applies to the Satin Nickel version and sees it drop to $210, which is a great price.

    The Kwikset Kevo 2nd generation touch-to-open Bluetooth smart lock is down to $210 on Amazon right now. Its normal street price is $230, which is what it’s going for at other retailers like Best Buy. This deal is only available in the Satin Nickel color.

    The Kwikset Kevo is a simple deadbolt lock you can use to replace a current lock on your door. It has Bluetooth built-in so you can pair the lock with your phone. When you approach the door, the lock detects your phone and allows you to unlock your door with just a touch. Strangers will need a key, but if those strangers happen to be your friends you can send them an unlimited number of eKeys with your smartphone.

    This is the sec…

  • Best Password Manager For Android

    Best overall
    Best for less
    Best for simplicity
    Best for free

    Best overall

    1Password

    See at Google Play

    1Password hits all of the features we expect from this sort of app: AES 256-bit encryption, password generation, fingerprint security, storage for all kinds of information and cross-device syncing; all with a well-implemented Android keyboard that lets you quickly paste login and password details from your secure storage.

    1Password gets really powerful when you pay to upgrade from the free version. For $2.99 per month (billed annually) 1Password keeps all of your secure information synced across devices and you don’t have to configure a thing. You can also upgrade to a Family or Team plan ($4.99 per month, billed annually) to share important information between multiple 1Password users.

    Bottom line: 1Password isn’t cheap, but it is definitely the easiest to use and most full-featured password manager available.

    One more thing: For teams or families that need to simply and …

  • You’ll want one of these $7 dual-USB chargers in every car you own

    Whether you are in your car for just a few minutes a day or spend a large portion of your day in it, you should definitely have a charger in it. We’ve seen tons of advancements in smartphone and tablet batteries lately, but we demand a lot from our phones and can’t afford to have it die during the day.

    Since you probably carry more than one gadget with you while on the go, you’ll want to check out Anker’s 24W dual-USB car charger. Right now you can pick one up for $6.99 at Amazon with coupon code BEST2311. Each USB port offers a 2.4A output, which is enough to easily charge a tablet at full-speed while on the go.

    Advanced Charging Technology: PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to provide the fastest possible charge up to 4.8 amps or 2.4 amps per port. (Does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge).
    Certified Safe: Anker’s MultiProtect safety system ensures complete protection for you and your devices.
    Compact Design: One of the industry’s smallest ever USB car chargers, featuring two USB p…

  • [Neat] “OK Google send voice message” records and sends WhatsApp audio clips

    You know what has puzzled me for months? You can say, “OK Google, send a message,” and it will listen and transcribe everything you say, but in apps that already have a voice/audio messaging feature, why go through all the trouble? Or at least why not…

  • [Revolutionary] Google Assistant now lets you search through first and third-party services

    There are times when Google completely baffles us by adding a feature that we didn’t even remotely think could be possible, or needed, or useful. Like now for example, there’s a new Search bar when you visit the list of Assistant actions. How groundbr…

  • [Revolutionary] Google Assistant now lets you search through first and third-party services

    There are times when Google completely baffles us by adding a feature that we didn’t even remotely think could be possible, or needed, or useful. Like now for example, there’s a new Search bar when you visit the list of Assistant actions. How groundbr…

  • The state of 4K across Google Play and YouTube

    In the pursuit of cutting-edge video content, we have graduated from Blu-ray to 4K.

    In our quest for seeing all the pixels we can for our favorite movies and TV shows, the standard we aim for right now is 4K, which is twice as high and twice as wide as 1080p. It’ll still be years before a large portion of the populace has 4K TVs, and content providers are still getting the ball rolling on distributing 4K content. As 4K continues to permeate the digital entertainment space, let’s take a look at how Google is handling 4K on its platforms.

    Best 4K TVs under $700

    Google Play Movies

    As of the writing of this article, there are about 150 movies available for purchase in 4K, listed as UHD on Google Play. These movies are from a few different studios, though mostly Warner Brothers films. Even if you buy the film in UHD, you’ll only be able to play it back in sweet 4K resolution on Chromecast Ultra and UHD-compatible Android TVs, along with set-top boxes like the NVIDIA Shield. Everyw…

  • [Deal Alert] Sony’s excellent noise canceling MDR1000X Bluetooth headset is down to $248 ($152 off MSRP)

    Sony is pulling a Lenovorola with its different Bluetooth headphones. The company confused us recently by announcing the WH-1000XM2 followed by the h.ear on 2 Wireless NC, but you don’t need to worry about either of these, because this deal is on the slightly older MDR1000X. They’ve now dipped to $248 on Amazon, $50 less than the last time we told you about them.

    If new headphones make the older generation cheaper, then we won’t complain, because the MDR1000X are a really good pair.

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    [Deal Alert] Sony’s excellent noise canceling MDR1000X Bluetooth headset is down to $248 ($152 off MSRP) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Sony’s excellent noise canceling MDR1000X Bluetooth headset is down to $248 ($152 off MSRP)

    Sony is pulling a Lenovorola with its different Bluetooth headphones. The company confused us recently by announcing the WH-1000XM2 followed by the h.ear on 2 Wireless NC, but you don’t need to worry about either of these, because this deal is on the slightly older MDR1000X. They’ve now dipped to $248 on Amazon, $50 less than the last time we told you about them.

    If new headphones make the older generation cheaper, then we won’t complain, because the MDR1000X are a really good pair.

    Read More

    [Deal Alert] Sony’s excellent noise canceling MDR1000X Bluetooth headset is down to $248 ($152 off MSRP) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Amityville: The Awakening will launch exclusively on Google Play on October 12 for free

    Following the exclusive launch of Peter Dinklage’s Rememory on Play Movies, Google doesn’t seem to be slowing down and is already at it with another exclusive for its movies and TV service. This time, forget the drama, we’re full on horror/thriller/gore with Amityville: The Awakening.

    I am not a fan of the genre — I have one heart, why torture it by watching this stuff? — so I had to watch the trailer with one and a half eyes closed.

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    [Deal Alert] Amityville: The Awakening will launch exclusively on Google Play on October 12 for free was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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