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Several car manufacturers have announced their support for Android Auto recently, including Citroën and Peugeot. Chevrolet and Vauxhall are up next, with a large amount of 2017 and 2018 models from both companies receiving Android Auto.
First up, here are the newly-supported Chevy cars:
And the much shorter list of Vauxhall cars:
Some of these models may already have Android Auto – sometimes Google updates the lists after the cars themselves are updated.
Several 2017 and 2018 Chevy and Vauxhall cars are getting Android Auto was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Twitter changes the user interface almost constantly on its beta app – I suppose that’s to be expected. The latest new feature in testing is a live counter for likes, retweets, and replies on each tweet. The counter appears to update roughly once a second.
The feature showed up for Artem on Twitter Beta 6.45.0-beta.599, but I am on the same version and don’t have it, so perhaps it’s a server-side test. You can grab that version from APKMirror if you want to check for yourself.
Twitter is testing live counters for retweets, likes, and replies on Twitter Beta was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.
Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info.
Last year Google started using their new neural machine translation as a means of improving translations through context. A bit over a month ago Google updated it to work with a few new languages. Today Google has added nine more English pairs of lang…
Verizon has announced the latest in a series of moves meant to staunch their violent hemorrhaging of subscribers. As of today Verizon is introducing a new unlimited prepaid plan for $80. It has some key differences from the postpaid plan that are wort…
One of the biggest hurtles you can run into when starting a company is the issue of patents. Often larger companies don’t like the competition whether or not they actually have a patent on your technology. There’s right and wrong, but independent of t…
Google has introduced a new tweak in Chrome Dev channel for streaming full-screen video tabs to Chromecasts, significantly improving power consumption and streaming performance. Now your Chromecast can directly pull the video itself. Obviously there a…
Uploading videos on YouTube is easier than you thought.
YouTube is the biggest video platform on the planet, delivering everything from music videos to birthday parties to news and updates on the world. Uploading your own videos to YouTube is an easy process, with access to plenty of features to give you control over the end product.
Upload a video
Adjust the length of a video upload
Add music to an upload
Add a filter to your upload
How to upload a video to YouTube
Launch the YouTube app from your home screen or the app drawer.
Tap on the upload button on the right side of your screen. It looks like a video camera.
Tap the video that you want to upload.
Enter a title for your video.
Tap a privacy option for your video. Your options are Public (anyone can see), Unlisted (anyone with a link can see), and Private (only you can see).
Tap the arrow in the upper right corner of your screen.
How to adjust the length of your video
While it’s easy to record a video for uploading …
Smartphone cameras have come a long way, but can you ever take images that rival a “real” camera? According to Google software engineer Florian Kainz, the answer is yes. Using a custom camera app and some post-capture editing , Kainz shows what the camera sensors in the Pixel and Nexus 6P can do in low light situations.
Kainz says his little project was inspired by a chat with Google’s Gcam team, which focuses on computational photography.
Google posts truly incredible night images captured by the Pixel and Nexus 6P was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
One of the killer features of Chromebooks is the ability to run Android applications from the Play Store. But it has been difficult to tell exactly when each model would get the feature, until now. Google has updated its list of Chrome OS devices to clarify the status of the Play Store for each product.
As you might know, Chrome OS has different ‘channels,’ much like the Chrome browser itself. Chromebooks normally use the Stable (release) channel, but if you’re feeling adventurous, a beta channel is available as well.
Google updates list of Chrome OS devices that have or will receive Android apps was written by the awesome team at Android Police.