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Romance Of Rome gives you the chance to visit the legendary Roman Empire. Love and treachery, adventure and jeopardy await you in this amazing game. Travel to every corner of the ancient city of Rome, the Colosseum, Baths, Forum and more, collect…

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    Happy Friday, everyone. The Memorial Day weekend is a few hours away, so before you head out to whatever you’re doing, I thought I’d get in a quick app sales roundup! Today’s list has some notable items in it, so be looking for those in bold below. En…

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    Steam Link for iOS and Android was released last week, allowing users to stream games from a local desktop PC to their phone. We reviewed the Android version, and it’s an impressive app despite still being in beta. Apple has now removed Steam Link fro…

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    The OnePlus 6 is official and today we want to show it to you and we are ready to answer all your questions about the new Chinese flagship killer. Tune in to our livestream to have your say and clear away any doubt!(This is a preview – click here to r…

  • Best Samsung Galaxy S9 & S9+ Deals and Promotions

    Save the Galaxy — spend less money.

    The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are now available to purchase in many countries around the world. Carriers are falling over themselves to give you a good deal on an early purchase of Samsung’s latest phones. Here are all of the latest deals from the top carriers and retailers.



    You can pick up the Galaxy S9 for $33.33 per month and the Galaxy S9+ for $38.75 per month. Both of those are the prices over 24 months, meaning you’ll ultimately pay $799 for the S9 and $929 for the S9+. Ouch. To help reduce those costs, you can trade-in an eligible phone on Verizon and take up to 50% off. The exact details are as follows:

    Galaxy S9 for $16.66/month: Trade in iPhone X, iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6S Plus, Pixel 2/2 XL, Pixel/Pixel XL, LG V30, LG G6, Moto Z2 Force, Moto Z Force, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8/S8+, Galaxy S7 Edge.
    Galaxy S9+ for $19.37/month: Trade in iPhone X, iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, Pixel 2/2 XL, LG V30, Moto Z…

  • An Amazon Echo sent someone’s private conversation to one of their contacts [Update]

    Time to bust out the tinfoil hats.

    Updated 5/25/2018 — Amazon has since reached out to Android Central with a statement about why this situation might have happened. According to the company, “Echo woke up due to a word in background conversation sounding like ‘Alexa.’ Then, the subsequent conversation was heard as a ‘send message’ request. At which point, Alexa said out loud ‘To whom?’ At which point, the background conversation was interpreted as a name in the customer’s contact list. Alexa then asked out loud, ‘[contact name], right?’ Alexa then interpreted background conversation as ‘right’. As unlikely as this string of events is, we are evaluating options to make this case even less likely.”

    Amazon’s Echo gadgets have exploded in popularity over the past couple years, but some folks have been reluctant about the idea of having an always-listening speaker in their home. Thanks to a report out of Seattle, a lot more people might switch to that mindset.

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  • Enjoy a movie night with hit rentals for $1 each this weekend at Amazon

    This sale is full of favorite films from the last few decades.

    Only during Memorial Day weekend, Amazon is offering digital rentals of select hit films for just $0.99 each. While you might not have enough time to watch more than one this weekend, you can rent as many as you want now for this price and watch them whenever you want within the next 30 days. You’ll have to finish watching within 48 hours once you begin a film however. These films regularly cost up to $5 to rent.

    This sale is only available for Amazon Prime members; if you’re not yet a member, you can still get in on this offer by starting a free 30-day trial.

    If you’re already planning on seeing Solo: A Star Wars Story this weekend, you might want to make it a double feature by watching Rogue One: A Star Wars Story right before leaving for the theater. Episode VII: The Force Awakens is also included in this offer.

    Some of the other great films in this sale include:

    Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
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  • Huawei says it’ll stop offering bootloader unlock codes [Update]

    The service is being stopped for all phones on May 24.

    Updated 5/25/2018 — Shortly after this news broke, Huawei reached out to Android Central with an official response. The statement is almost identical to the one found in the pop-up on the company’s unlocker site, with the addition of citing “system failure, stuttering, worsened battery performance, and risk of data being compromised” as the risks involved with ROM flashing and the ultimate reason this decision was made.

    If you’re big into the Android modding community, chances are you’ve taken a liking to Huawei. Huawei’s gradually become one of the more developer-friendly companies in the Android space, but that’s all changing.

    According to a pop-up found on the company’s unlock page:

    To provide better user experience and avoid issues caused by ROM flashing, the unlock code application service will be stopped for all products launched after 2018-5-24. For products released prior to this date, the service will be sto…

  • How to download music in YouTube Music for offline playback

    One of YouTube Music’s original flaws has turned into an awesome feature.

    Keeping some music offline is critical, because networks fail, Wi-Fi gets spotty, and we all get trapped in a car for hours on end at some point, with only our offline music to save us. YouTube Music is no exception to this rule, and while most of YouTube Music’s download settings are pretty straightforward, there’s a diamond hiding in the rough here that can keep you bouncing to new music every day even while offline.

    As a reminder, offline playback is a feature of YouTube Music Premium. In order to download music, you need to be a subscriber. If you’re a Google Play Music, YouTube Red, or YouTube Premium subscriber, YouTube Music Premium is included in your subscription.

    Now then, let’s get down(loading) with our bad selves!

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  • Unlocked Moto Z and Z Play being updated to Android 8.0 Oreo in the U.S.

    The update is rolling out to users now!

    This August will mark the one-year anniversary when Android Oreo was first released to the public, but as the Android world often goes, there are still plenty of handsets not running this version of the OS. Thankfully, owners of the unlocked Moto Z and Z Play in the U.S. don’t have to wait for the update any longer.

    As spotted by Android Police, Android 8.0 Oreo is now rolling out to owners of the first-gen Moto Z and Z Play. The update weighs in around 1.4GB, and it includes all of the Oreo features you’d expect — including picture-in-picture, notification dots, Android’s new emoji style, and plenty more.

    The Moto Z Play is also updated to the April 2018 security patch with this update, but for whatever reason, the regular Moto Z is only upgraded to the March 2018 one.

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  • YouTube Music review: A mixtape full of promise

    Guess who’s back, back again. YouTube Music’s back. Tell a friend.


    YouTube is one of the most-used video platforms in the world, and much of that popularity comes from the diversity and depth of music it offers. It’s no surprise that YouTube would seek to capitalize on its massive library to try and better market itself to music lovers, but the original YouTube Music that launched back in 2015 was too limited, too clunky, and had too little cooperation from the music labels. By the time it got its act together, everyone had written it off.

    This time, Google has learned from its mistakes. It has worked extensively with record labels. It has consolidated its music teams and completely overhauled the app design and how it presents traditional music alongside its ever-growing library of music videos, live concerts…

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