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  • [Deal Alert] Today only, 20%+ off a bunch of Alexa-enabled devices and bundles (including Philips bulbs)

    To celebrate having been voted number 1 in Harris Poll’s annual corporate reputation survey for its third year straight, Amazon is discounting several Alexa-enabled devices and bundles by 20% or more off their original price. The number of items that are on discount is pretty significant, so we’ve copied them all below.

    The deals expire today, so don’t waste time if you’re interested.

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    [Deal Alert] Today only, 20%+ off a bunch of Alexa-enabled devices and bundles (including Philips bulbs) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Confirmed: The Nexus Player will not be updated to Android P

    When the Android P Developer Preview was announced, there were several Google devices that didn’t have any images available for download: the Nexus 5X, the Nexus 6P, the Pixel C, and the Nexus Player. Google confirmed that the first three in those lis…

  • Best Replacement Watch Bands for Samsung Gear S3

    What are the best third-party watch bands for Samsung Gear S3?

    The Samsung Gear S3 is one of our favorite smartwatches, and a great alternative to many of the Android Wear watches out there. The Gear S3 supports standard 22mm watch bands, making it really easy to upgrade with something new.

    Here are a few of the best third-party watch bands to consider once you pick up your brand new Samsung Gear S3!

    ArtStyle nylon strap
    EloBeth Milanese Magnetic Loop Strap
    Rerii leather band
    TRUMiRR Milanese stainless steel band
    Barton silicone band
    Rechere stainless steel watch band

    ArtStyle nylon strap

    Keep things simple, fun, and functional with the ArtStyle watch band made from a sturdy nylon material and a durable metal buckle! The ArtStyle nylon strap is easily adjustable and is hypoallergenic, making it the perfect band to wear if you have sensitive skin.

    The material from this particular band is also breathable and waterproof on top of being extremely comfortable to wear day-to-day….

  • Tidal app makes its way to Amazon Fire TV and Android Auto

    Available to download right now.

    Just a few months after its Android TV app was released, Tidal’s announced a new app for Amazon’s Fire TV platform. You can download it on both the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, and the layout is similar compared to its Android TV counterpart.

    The home screen showcases all of the latest Tidal content, and jumping over to My Collection will show you all of your favorite songs, videos, albums, etc. Along with this, you can also search through Tidal’s collection of 50 million titles to find just the right tune at any given moment.

    In addition to the Fire TV, Tidal is also making its way to Android Auto. As long as you have a compatible car/entertainment unit and a phone running Android 5.0 or later, you can use Tidal with Android Auto to browse through your personal collection of songs, as well as an Explore page to find all of the latest tunes, artists, podcasts, and everything else the service has to offer.

    Tidal’s Fire TV and Android Auto apps are la…

  • Instagram will improve its terrible feed by showing newer posts at the top

    Instagram made the switch to a non-chronological feed a while back, and many users are still unhappy with it. Today, Instagram says it’s rolling out some changes to make the feed less terrible. Well, Instagram didn’t call the feed “terrible,” but that…

  • Rainforest Connection is fighting deforestation with old phones and machine learning

    Machine learning is pretty cool—in fact, the only computer science course I took in college was related to it. So we tend to get excited by novel uses for the technology here at Android Police, and in a recent post to Google’s blog, a company called Rainforest Connection came up with an interesting application: Deforestation. 

    The specific implementation here is ingenious. By chaining together a system of solar-powered recycled Android phones, each device is able to record ambient audio and upload it online via existing cellular networks.

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    Rainforest Connection is fighting deforestation with old phones and machine learning was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is still in development, but here is how you can join the beta to play it right now

    Jam City’s upcoming choose your own adventure game Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is still in development, which means most regions can’t access the download from the Play Store. The good news is if you would like to test it out before it officially releases, you can join the beta right now.

    Game and Fan Reaction Video from A Celebration of Harry Potter 2018

    Last month I did a hands-on with Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery and I came away pretty impressed. It offers a casual Harry Potter choose your own adventure experience that will have you entering into your first year at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

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    Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is still in development, but here is how you can join the beta to play it right now was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • ARCore will be available on Galaxy S9/S9+ ‘in the coming weeks’

    No augmented reality for you.

    The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are the two hottest phones on the block, and while their chock-full of new features from Samsung, they’re currently lagging behind in regards to their augmented reality capabilities.

    According to the official GitHub page for Google’s ARCore, the platform will support the Galaxy S9 and S9+ “in the coming weeks.”

    ARCore was released to the public in early March, and it allows you to use a variety of augmented reality apps in the Play Store, including ones from IKEA, Amazon, The New York Times, and plenty others.

    I’m not sure why Samsung wouldn’t include ARCore support for the Galaxy S9/S9+ out of the box, but in any case, I suppose it’s reassuring to hear that they’re not skipping out on it entirely.

    Every Android phone with ARCore right now

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  • Everything the Samsung Themes engine still gets wrong on the Galaxy S9

    Samsung Themes is the best of the bunch for Android system theming — but it still needs plenty of work.

    When I came to Android, back in the Gingerbread era, the world was a dark and glorious place. Everything was black and blue and beautiful. Then the Material era came, and my darkness was stolen away and replaced with searing, sinister white and gray. I’ve begged for my dark theme to return to me ever since, even dabbling in the dark arts to get it back a time or two. But I always go back to stock and stark white, for better or worse. Luckily, I don’t have to: Samsung Themes brought dark themes back to Android years ago, and they’re actually pretty dang good.

    It’s just the rest of Samsung Themes that sucks.

    Don’t get me wrong. I’m thrilled that Samsung realized that its awful old blue/green color scheme was horrible and allowed us all to ditch it for something a little more appealing. And Samsung Themes utilizing OMS themes like Substratum does (kinda) means that Samsung …

  • Google launches game design contest to inspire female developers

    The winner has a shot at $25,000+ in total prizes.

    In early December of last year, Google launched a new program called “Change the Game” to help shed some light on the female gaming community. Google reports that 49% of people that play mobile games on the Play Store are women, but even so, a mere 23% of video game developers identify as such.

    To help bring a renewed focus to this conversation, Google’s now launching its Change the Game Design Challenge.

    Partnering with Girls Make Games and the ESA Foundation, the challenge asks teenagers across the United States to design a game they’d enjoy playing. By creating this and talking about what they’d like to see for the future of the gaming industry, contestants will have a shot at winning a $10,000 college scholarship and $15,000 donation for the technology program at their school/community center.

    Along with this, the top five finalists of the challenge will win an all-expense paid trip to E3 in Los Angeles where they’ll have the…

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