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  • Google App 7.1 beta is testing a search bar in the notification panel and may begin showing pollen counts [APK Teardown]

    The Google app is responsible for a pretty staggering number of features ranging from the standard search interface, a voice assistant, and even a fully functional launcher. The latest update coming through the beta channel doesn’t seem to have any ne…

  • The return of the Galaxy Note 7

    Samsung has officially confirmed that it will be relaunching the Galaxy Note 7 for select markets. The refurbished units might be marketed as the Galaxy Note 7R.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 could go on sale in South Korea in June

    Refurbished Note 7 will be $250 more affordable than the original.

    Samsung announced at the end of last month that it would bring back the Note 7 as a refurbished device in select markets. The refurbished model was spotted undergoing Wi-Fi certification earlier this week, and a report out of South Korea suggests the phone will be available at the end of June.

    The refurbished Note 7 will feature a smaller 3000mAh battery, but the rest of the components will be unchanged from last year’s model. Samsung has around 3 to 4 million units of the Note 7, and plans to sell 10% of them — or 300,000 units — in its home market. The phone is likely to be called the Note 7R, and is estimated to go on sale for 700,000 won ($620), which is $250 less than what the Note 7 retailed for last year.

    As of now, there’s no information regarding other markets where the phone will be made available, but it is possible Samsung will bring the Note 7R to other Asian countries.

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  • The great Bixby – a shadow over the Galaxy S8

    Samsung’s new flagship is launching with its central feature incomplete. Bixby won’t have voice control, and here’s why we think it might just be a flop.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • OnePlus 5 render shows off dual cameras and metal body

    OnePlus’ upcoming flagship is rumored to sport dual rear cameras.

    OnePlus is getting ready to launch its 2017 flagship, which will allegedly be called the OnePlus 5. Tetraphobia — the fear of the number 4 — is a common superstition in Asian countries, and in Chinese culture the number is considered unlucky as it sounds similar to the Mandarin word for “death.” Anyway, it looks like OnePlus doesn’t want to jinx its upcoming phone, so it’s skipping a number.

    As for the device itself, a render leaked by India Today suggests the phone will have a dual camera setup at the back along with a brushed aluminum body similar to what we’ve seen on the OnePlus 3T.

    The render comes from “people who have seen the phone and have possibly worked on the OnePlus 5,” with the publication stating that the device will make its debut within the next two months with simultaneous launches planned for China and India.

    Chinese manufacturers have introduced various implementations of the dual …

  • Grab this USB-C car charger for just $18 today

    Whether you spend a few minutes or a few hours in the car each day, you should have a charger in it for your phone. Ventev’s 3A USB-C charger has a built-in USB-C cable and a USB slot to add a cable of your choice to, and it is just $18 today!

  • Several 2017 and 2018 Chevy and Vauxhall cars are getting Android Auto

    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:

    • 2017 Aveo
    • 2017 Bolt EV
    • 2017 Colorado/S10
    • 2017 Cruze Hatchback
    • 2017 Onix
    • 2017 Prisma
    • 2017 Sonic
    • 2017 Trailblazer
    • 2017 Trax
    • 2018 Equinox
    • 2018 Traverse

    And the much shorter list of Vauxhall cars:

    • 2017 Amper-e
    • 2017 Crossland X

    Some of these models may already have Android Auto – sometimes Google updates the lists after the cars themselves are updated.

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    Several 2017 and 2018 Chevy and Vauxhall cars are getting Android Auto was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Twitter is testing live counters for retweets, likes, and replies on Twitter Beta

    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.

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    Twitter is testing live counters for retweets, likes, and replies on Twitter Beta was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 22 new and notable Android games from the last week (4/19/17 – 4/25/17)

    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.
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  • Google adds Indonesian and eight new Indian languages to its neural machine translation

    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…

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