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Dialfaster (US)

The dialfaster android app gives you the information you need to jump automated phone menu systems. We have over 500 US numbers Features of the app include: - Save numbers as a favourite. - Keep track of your calls with call log. - Regular…

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    Verizon promises Oreo update for Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge but does not deliver was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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    Red Magic from Nubia is an extreme gaming phone with convection cooling and a lightbar was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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    ‘Chat’ will be Google’s new name for RCS, Allo development paused in favor of Android Messages was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google to evolve Android Messages into ‘Chat’ using RCS, will pause Allo development

    This may finally be the one Google chat service that works.

    Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Google has a plan to launch a unified messaging system. Right, it’s done this what feels like a dozen times before — but the reality is it’s been like half a dozen, and that’s still bad. Google Talk, Google Voice, Google+ Huddles, Hangouts, Allo … yeah, not a set of successes right there. The latest attempt, according to a great report from The Verge is a new system simply called “Chat” that will be built into the default Android Messages app by the end of the year. And thankfully, this isn’t following the same playbook as previous attempts.

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