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  • WhatsApp beta adds a picture-in-picture mode for video calls on Android O

    WhatsApp was updated to version 2.17.265 on the beta channel yesterday and as most times, it didn’t seem like the new version brought anything new to the table. But it turns out that this isn’t the case this time; you just need to be on the newest and…

  • How to watch the British Open on your Android phone

    The British Open starts today, and you can watch it right from your phone!

    Golf fans everywhere already know what today is: the Open Championship, also known as the British Open, starts today. If you don’t want to miss a moment, or you want to rewatch the best moments, then you’ll need to know how to watch using your phone. While this is a bit tricky because of when most coverage is airing, you can take advantage of replays and clips from a few different apps to stay up to date.

    We’ve got the details for you here!

    The Open
    NBC Sports
    Golf Channel Mobile

    The Open

    One of the best ways to keep up on everything going on during The British Open is the official Open app. You can watch the livestream, which is the ideal way to get a view of what is going on. You can watch a specific hole, or keep an eye on the featured group if you want to watch a specific player.

    Of course, you can also listen to the radio broadcast, and watch highlights if you miss some of the action. The Open’s …

  • Pokémon Go update: latest news and features

    Are you waiting for a Pokémon Go update? Whether you use Android or another platform, we’ve got a list of new features that Niantic is rolling out.

    (This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • [Update: Rolling to more users] Google is testing a new three tab interface for the Google app

    Three Tab Google UI Hero

    If you’re one of those who has yet to even see the two-tab interface, you’ll be surprised to hear that Google is already testing out a third tab.

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    [Update: Rolling to more users] Google is testing a new three tab interface for the Google app was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Nintendo Switch Parental Controls app updated with more detailed play time stats and download info [APK Download]

    Any parents who’ve bought their kids a Switch should already know about the Parental Controls app. Nintendo’s latest console continues to prove incredibly popular with adults and kids alike, so it’s not surprising the app has more than 100,000 installs. The Japanese gaming giant has just announced an update which includes individual play time stats, downloads records, and a 24-hour alarm disabling option.

    It’s now possible to see exactly how much time each family member spends playing each game, and even how much time they spend not playing games.

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    Nintendo Switch Parental Controls app updated with more detailed play time stats and download info [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Latest OxygenOS beta for OnePlus 3/3T includes battery and data usage optimizations

    New OxygenOS beta is now rolling out to the OnePlus 3 and 3T.

    OnePlus is rolling out OxygenOS Open Beta 20 to the OnePlus 3 (Open Beta 11 for the 3T) that lets you take scrolling screenshots even when a GIF or video is playing. The update includes optimizations to the battery saver indicator — you’ll now see a notification instead of the orange status bar. OnePlus has also improved the calculation method for data usage, leading to more accurate tracking.

    Here’s the changelog of the latest build:


    Battery saver indication changed from orange status bar to a notification
    Optimized calculation method for data usage statistics, tracking is now more accurate.
    Optimized expanded screenshot, now supports capture while gifs and videos are playing. (Experimental)
    Visual effects improvements for Weather widget

    Bug Fixes:

    Resolved various 3rd party app crashes
    Fixed bluetooth device battery status wrongly displayed for non-supported devices
    Fixed Weather occasionally …

  • Lenovo shows off its latest concepts, including a smart speaker with a built-in projector

    Lenovo is working on several ambitious concepts centered around AI.

    Back in 2015, Lenovo showed off a laser projector built into a smartphone. Last year, the company revealed a flexible phone. At its Tech World 2017 summit, Lenovo showed off its latest concept products, and this time around, the manufacturer is focusing on AI.

    First up is the CAVA, a smart assistant that relies on deep learning to build facial recognition systems and natural language understanding technologies to better understand your queries. CAVA learns based on your usage habits, and it can parse messages to serve up recommendations. For instance, if you have an upcoming calendar event, CAVA will analyze the weather and traffic data and suggest the ideal time to leave.

    With SmartCast+, Lenovo is looking to go beyond the likes of Echo and Google Home by offering a smart speaker that recognizes sounds and objects. The speaker also has a built-in projector that delivers AR experiences by projecting images to …

  • Sonos adds beta support for Pocket Casts for all of your podcasting needs

    Podcasts are making something of a comeback these days, and Pocket Casts is one of the leading podcast apps available for Android and iOS alike. Naturally then, Sonos customers have been requesting Pocket Casts support for a while. Those customers’ ho…

  • HTC uploads its SMS app to the Play Store

    It’s pretty common for manufacturers to upload system applications to the Play Store, so they can be updated outside of Android updates. Samsung has done this several times recently, such as with its Device Maintenance tool and Secure Folder app. Now HTC has uploaded its custom SMS client, aptly named ‘HTC Messages,’ to the Play Store.


    There doesn’t appear to be any major changes in the version uploaded to the Play Store, but the listing could indicate HTC will update the app more frequently in the future.

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    HTC uploads its SMS app to the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • You can now apply to become a beta tester for MIUI 9

    Be one of the first to try out MIUI 9.

    Xiaomi is going to unveil MIUI 9 in China on July 26, and if you’re like me and can’t wait to get your hands on the ROM, you’re in luck. Xiaomi has announced that it is looking for MIUI 9 beta testers, with the update hitting the Mi 6, Qualcomm-based versions of the Redmi Note 4, and the Redmi 4X (Redmi 4 in India) initially.

    Currently, Xiaomi is looking for beta testers for the MIUI 9 China ROM, with details regarding the beta build of the global ROM set to be available soon. The beta program is available globally, and all communication will be handled via QQ messenger, which you’re going to install if you’re selected to take part.

    You’ll need to be proficient at MIUI and custom ROMs in general, and be using one of the following Xiaomi devices:

    Mi 6
    Mi 5s Plus
    Mi 5s
    Mi 5c
    Mi 5
    Mi 4S
    Mi 4c
    Mi 4
    Mi 3
    Mi 2/2S
    Mi MIX
    Mi Max 2
    Mi Max
    Mi Note 2
    Mi Note/Pro
    Mi Pad 2
    Mi Pad 1
    Redmi Note 4X (MTK)
    Redmi Note 4X (SD)
    Redmi Note 4
    Redmi Note 3 (MTK)

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