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    How many times have you been excited to check out a video online only to click the link and see “The uploader has not made this video available in your country?” That has to be one of the most frustrating things online. Or maybe you want to see what local streaming services look like abroad. Better yet, you definitely want to protect your online privacy — keeping your browsing habits anonymous. A quality VPN is the solution to all of that.

    ZenMate Premium is just the VPN for you if you’re looking for a way to protect your data while on Wi-Fi in public (or even at home), hide your IP to keep your online identity anonymous, unblock restricted YouTube videos, and much more. The best part is that, though a lifetime subscription would regularly cost $840, you can get yours at Android Central Digital Offers for only $49.99, a savings of 94%.

    ZenMate Premium encrypts your browser traffic in order to protect your data, and there’s even a handy browser extensions so that you can switc…

  • Google brings to peer-to-peer payments to Assistant on Android, soon Google Home

    No more bugging friends, or having friends bug you, for that drink money.

    Google has announced that it is bringing a popular feature of Google Wallet, peer-to-peer payments, to Assistant on Android and iOS this week.

    Peer-to-peer payments were sequestered to the Wallet app for many years before recently being subsumed into the Google Pay app itself under the brand Pay Send. Now users can ask Assistant to do all the hard work, as long as the user has the contact in his or her address book.

    When the weekend’s over, chances are someone owes you (or you owe someone) money for something—Friday night’s concert tickets, Saturday afternoon’s barbecue supplies, or Sunday’s matinee at the movies. Starting today, you can ask the Google Assistant to pay your friends back with Google Pay, so you can spend more time having fun and less time dealing with the hassle of paying each other back.

    You can easily send or request money from your contacts—for free—using the Assi…

  • Send and receive money with just your voice – Assistant now has Google Pay integration

    There are a lot of options for mobile payments. Friends settling monetary scores can use Google Wallet, Paypal, or Venmo, among a larger list of services. Wells Fargo is even desperately trying to act like Zelle is a thing. But starting today, anyone using Google Assistant can send their buds a verbal $20 bill for last night’s bar tab. That’s because Google Pay (née Android Pay) is now integrated into the Assistant. 

    Right now it’s only possible via the Assistant on Android and iOS phones, though support for speakers is planned in the coming months.

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    Send and receive money with just your voice – Assistant now has Google Pay integration was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • What’s an eSIM and why is it important for the future of mobile?

    eSIM is becoming more common, and you should know how it differs from traditional SIM.

    Pretty much ever since modern smartphones have been available to us, we’ve been dealing with the small piece of plastic inside known as a subscriber identification module (SIM). When you get a new phone, your service provider likely pops in a SIM and you go on your way, or you switch it over yourself from your old device. While SIM cards are a big part of an enormous mobile market, there’s a new type of technology causing a bit of a disruption. You’ll be hearing more about embedded SIM (eSIM) as it becomes more common, but what’s the difference?

    The difference between SIM and eSIM

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  • Amazon is taking 20% or more off Alexa-enabled devices, including the $104 Echo Spot

    Amazon says thank you with discounts. I’m ok with that.

    The Amazon Echo Spot is down to $103.99 right now in both black and white. It normally sells for $130, and this is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen.

    This deal is part of a huge Amazon “Thank You” sale taking at least 20% off Alexa-enabled devices. This deal is good today only, but it includes a wide variety of products including several members of the Echo lineup.

    The other Echo devices on sale include the Echo Show for $159.99 from a street price around $230. That deal covers both black and white models as well. Or you can go for the Echo Plus with a built-in Hub for $119.99. It normally sells for $150, comes in three different colors, and is the only Alexa-enabled device to directly handle ZigBee wireless products.

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  • Oculus Go: Everything you need to know!

    We now have a third headset on the way from Oculus.

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  • How to set up your Samsung Gear VR

    You got a free VR headset with your new phone! Here’s how you use it.

    Jumping into VR with your new headset is super easy, but there are a few quick things you need to do before having fun in another world. This guide will show you everything you need to do before putting on the headset, so you’re guaranteed to have a good time!

    How to assemble your Gear VR

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    One plastic visor
    One long strap
    One short strap with a plastic hook
    One elastic tag with SAMSUNG across the bottom
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    One motion controller
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  • Best Sprint Deals of March 2018

    If you’re a Sprint customer, these are the hottest deals that you need to jump on right now!

    Although it’s the least popular of the four main carriers in the United States, Sprint has a large selection of deals for its loyal and potential customers to keep its yellow flag flying high. Whether you’re already with Sprint or have been eyeing the carrier and thinking about dropping your current service provider, these are some of the best deals to keep an eye on.

    Buy one Galaxy S9 and get another for free

    The Galaxy S9 isn’t a cheap phone, and that’s especially true when Sprint ups its price from $719 to $792. However, even with that increased cost, you can still get a solid deal on Samsung’s new phone with Big Yellow.

    When you lease a Galaxy S9 or S9+ through Sprint Flex, you can get another Galaxy S9 for free. You’ll need to either activate two new lines or add a new one and upgrade another to be eligible for the promotion, but even so, this is absolutely worth checking out.


  • Grab yourself a new Amazon Fire Tablet for up to $30 off right now

    Amazon says thanks. You save. It’s a good day.

    Amazon’s most affordable tablet, the Fire 7, is down to $39.99 from its usual $49.99 price. If 7 inches isn’t quite enough for you, you can step up to the 8-inch version for $59.99, which is $20 lower than its regular price. The largest Fire tablet, the HD 10 is $119.99, saving you $30 on the purchase.

    This deal is part of a huge 20% off “Thank You” sale Amazon is currently running. There are tons of other products on sale, too, so check them all out.

    If you want to get one for your children, the 7-inch Kids tablet is $20 off and the 8-inch Kids tablet is $20 off, making them $79.99 and $99.99 respectively.

    You can’t go wrong with any of these models, but keep in mind that the internal storage in them fills rather quickly. You’ll definitely want to take some of the money you save to invest in a microSD card for it so you can store more files, media, and apps.

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  • Twitch Extension support comes to Android [APK Download]

    Twitch, the most popular streaming platform in the world, announced that Extensions, audience interaction elements that streamers can add to their streams, are available on the Android and iOS apps. Released six months ago for desktop, Extensions have drawn in 1.5 billion uses by viewers and have improved the overall watching experience for many.

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