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  • Head into the weekend with 20 temporarily free and 17 on-sale apps

    The weekend is nigh upon us, meaning it’s time for one more round of app sales! Our lists this week have been pretty short, so today’s may seem much longer by comparison. If you haven’t yet, be sure to go back to Wednesday’s post, tiny as it was, to see if anything catches your eye.



    1. Greek Mythology $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
    2. Ekstar Pdf Reader $30.99 -> Free; 6 days left
    3. AuditBricks – Site Auditing, Snagging & Punch List $5.99 -> Free; 7 days left
    4. SnagBricks – Site Auditing, Snagging & Punch List $6.49 -> Free; 7 days left


    1. War Generals – Tower Defender $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
    2. Unpark Me $1.49 -> Free; 2 days left
    3. Addition Skill Builders $2.49 -> Free; 4 days left
    4. First grade Math – Addition $2.49 -> Free; 5 days left
    5. Reed $0.99 -> Free; 7 days left

    Icon packs & customization

    1. Color S8 – Icon Pack $0.99 -> Free; 7 hours left
    2. Gear Sun $0.99 -> Free; 7 hours left
    3. Star 3D Live Wallpaper $0.99 -> Free; 7 hours left
    4. 3D Steampunk Travel Pro lwp $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
    5. Colored Rain for KWGT $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
    6. Pxl2 Zooper Widgets $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
    7. Rome 3D Live Wallpaper $0.99 -> Free; 2 days left
    8. Kaorin – Icon Pack $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    9. Amoled Lines Icon Pack $0.99 -> Free; 6 days left
    10. Icon Pack – Paper Shaped Original Icons $1.49 -> Free; 7 days left
    11. Sweetbo – Icon Pack $0.99 -> Free; 7 days left



    1. Learn Chinese Mandarin Language Pro $3.99 -> $1.99; 4 days left
    2. AlmostTI – TI Calc Emulator $4.99 -> $2.99; 7 days left
    3. Day by Day Organizer PRO $4.49 -> $2.49; 3 days left


    1. Cosmonautica $4.49 -> $1.99; 4 days left
    2. Discouraged Workers TEEN $2.99 -> $1.99; 4 days left
    3. Red 7 (Digital Red7 Card Game) $2.99 -> $0.99; 4 days left
    4. D&D Lords of Waterdeep $9.99 -> $4.99; 5 days left
    5. CRAZY CHICKEN strikes back $3.99 -> $1.49; 6 days left
    6. Uri: The Sprout of Lotus Creek $1.99 -> $0.99; 6 days left
    7. Doom & Destiny $4.99 -> $0.99; 7 days left
    8. Doom & Destiny Advanced $4.99 -> $0.99; 7 days left
    9. Order: The Memory Challenge (Premium) $1.99 -> $0.99; 7 days left

    Icon packs & customization

    1. Perfect Icon Pack $1.99 -> $0.99; 2 days left
    2. MeeUI Icon Pack $1.49 -> $0.99; 6 days left
    3. Rectron Icon Pack Theme $1.49 -> $0.99; 6 days left


    1. Super Fast Charger Pro $4.99 -> $1.49; 5 days left
    2. Cleaner eXtreme Pro $1.99 -> $0.99; 7 days left

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    Head into the weekend with 20 temporarily free and 17 on-sale apps was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best Sleeves for Google Pixelbook

    Need a great case or sleeve for your Google Pixelbook? We can help.

    The Google Pixelbook is a very expensive Chromebook with an amazing display. That means you’ll definitely want to protect your investment by slipping it into some kind of case or sleeve. Here are the ones we like.

    Bellroy Sleeve for Google Pixelbook
    Mama Mouth PU Leather Folio
    Kroo Neoprene Protective Sleeve
    Tomtoc UltraSlim Sleeve
    CAISON Laptop Sleeve Case

    Bellroy Sleeve for Google Pixelbook

    Bellroy’s Pixelbook sleeve is Google’s official choice, and it’s hard to argue that it’s not one of the best.

    Made from water-resistant fabric with genuine leather accents, to keep your Pixelbook safe and look good while doing it the Bellroy sleeve is custom built for the Pixelbook.

    There’s a loop for the Pixelbook Pen, and when your Pixelbook isn’t inside it you can use it as a tablet stand by pushing in the top flap. the Bellroy case is a tight fit at first because it’s designed to hold everything snugly, but like man…

  • Qualcomm achieves first end-to-end 5G system based on 3GPP Standard

    A huge step for wide-spread 5G services.

    As we move further and further into a world filled with streaming, cloud storage, and other data-reliant tasks, access to ultra-fast data speeds is becoming more and more important. Qualcomm’s been one of the leading forces when it comes to building 5G-compatible hardware, and the company recently announced that it worked together with ZTE and China Mobile to achieve the first ever 5G Interoperability Data testing (IoDT) system that’s fully compliant with the 3GPP R15 standard.

    The demonstration of this system was done at China Mobile’s 5G Join Innovation Center, and the system that was used took advantage of Qualcomm’s 5G ZR sub-6 GHz UE prototype and ZTE’s 5G NR pre-commercial base station. With these technologies working together, the system kicked out multi-gigabit per second peak speeds with much lower latency compared to what we currently have with 4G infrastructures.

    Such fast and reliable speeds obviously mean big improvements for d…

  • Mint SIM Introduces Revolutionary Way To Trial Wireless Service [Sponsored]

    Thinking of signing up with Mint SIM but aren’t sure about service or whether or not your phone will work? Download the Mint SIM app!

    Mint SIM is changing the wireless service game with its no contract plans that you pay for up front. If you’re thinking of signing up but aren’t sure about coverage or even whether or not your phone will work on the network, then Mint SIM has the perfect tool to help you figure it out.

    The Mint SIM app is available for Android and it’ll let you check out the coverage map for your area. It’ll also let you know if your phone is compatible (it probably is!). If you like what you see, then you can order a test kit that comes with two SIM cards for $5. One SIM is a test SIM, which gives you 100 texts, 100MB of data, and 100 minutes to make calls, zoom along on Mint SIM’s fast LTE network, and text everyone about you’re testing out Mint SIM and they should too. The Mint SIM app will tell you how much of each you have left.

    If you dig the experience and wa…

  • Google Assistant can help troubleshoot your Pixel 2

    If you own a Pixel 2, the Assistant can now help troubleshoot basic Bluetooth, camera, and battery issues.

    The Google Assistant’s list of various functions has grown far too large to list off every single one at this point, and while that’s great, it also means that certain tricks can slip between the cracks every now and then. In the latest discovery, it appears that the Assistant (at least on Pixel 2 devices) can help troubleshoot some basic issues.

    Initially spotted by Android Police, asking Assistant “why is my phone not charging” or telling it to “troubleshoot camera” will initiate a troubleshooting session where it’ll ask you various questions about the issue you’re having. If the Assistant can’t help you resolve whatever problem you’ve run into, it’ll ask if you want it to contact Google Support on your behalf.

    The official Pixel Phone Help pages on Google’s support site list the Assistant as a way for getting help with battery and Bluetooth issues, but the Assistant has al…

  • Snapbreak has released ‘Faraway 2: Jungle Escape,’ and it improves on the original in every way

    Snapbreak has been putting out some quality puzzle-filled escape games in the last year, with Faraway: Puzzle Escape clearly being their most notable and successful release. Well, it would appear that we now have a sequel available on the Play Store titled Faraway 2: Jungle Escape, and it takes everything from the original and improves it. This means you can expect a more interesting story, better puzzle mechanics, and of course some wonderfully understated yet breathtaking graphics.

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    Snapbreak has released ‘Faraway 2: Jungle Escape,’ and it improves on the original in every way was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Latest OnePlus 3/3T Open Beta adds a new DND UI, better battery standby, and more

    With all of the OnePlus 5T news, and the admittedly righteous anger from some of the OP community, it’s easy to forget about yesteryear’s phones. Both the OP3/OP3T received another Open Beta update, which is supposed to improve the overall Oreo experi…

  • The ZTE Axon M is the weirdest smartphone I’ve ever tried [and failed] to use



    “It’s interesting.” That’s what I heard most often when I would show someone ZTE’s bizarre dual-screen phone.

    And, inevitably, “Who’s it for?”

    I never came up with a good answer. The Axon M is unlike any other smartphone on the market. Some people have made a point of likening it to the long-deceased Kyocera Echo, and while it is similar to that phone, the concept has evolved a fair bit.

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    The ZTE Axon M is the weirdest smartphone I’ve ever tried [and failed] to use was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best Android Phone Over $700

    Best overall
    Best runner-up
    Best tough phone

    Best overall

    Samsung Galaxy Note 8

    See at Verizon
    See at AT&T
    See at T-Mobile
    See at Sprint
    See at Best Buy
    See at Amazon

    Samsung’s big-screened flagship phone delivers just about everything you could want from a premium handset — and with outright prices approaching $1,000, you’d hope so. The centerpiece of the Note 8 is its gorgeous 6.3-inch SuperAMOLED display, which can reach a dizzying 1,2000 nits in bright daylight for maxium visibility. You also get Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 processor (or Samsung’s latest Exynos 8895 processor outside North America), plus 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage as standard.

    The solid camera experience of the GS8 has been augmented by a second telephoto lens, the first zoom lens with OIS (optical image stabilization) in an Android phone. And that’s backed up by all the core features you’d expect from a modern Samsung phone, like water resistance and fast wireless charging. And the S P…

  • Huawei Mate 10 Pro now on sale at Vodafone UK; first 1,000 orders get a free Huawei Watch 2

    Huawei’s latest flagship is now available from Vodafone UK.

    The Huawei Mate 10 Pro is now up for sale from Vodafone UK. You’ll be able to pick up the handset for £46 per month for 24 months when you pay an upfront fee of just £10, which gives you access to unlimited texts, calls, and 4GB of monthly LTE data . Vodafone is incentivizing the launch by giving away a free Huawei Watch 2 to the first 1,000 customers.

    If you need more than four gigs of data, Vodafone’s Red Entertainment 8GB plan — which gives you 8GB of monthly LTE data along with free access to Sky Sports Mobile TV, Spotify Premium or NOW TV for 24 months — is available for £52 per month.

    As a refresher, the Mate 10 Pro features a 6.0-inch 18:9 display, HiSilicon’s latest Kirin 970 chipset with a dedicated Neural Processing Unit and eight CPU cores, Mali-G72 MP12 GPU, 6GB of RAM, 128GB storage, dual 20MP + 12MP imaging sensors at the back tuned by Leica, 8MP front camera, Wi-Fi ac, Blueto…

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