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  • Only around 50,000 units of the Essential Phone have been sold, according to its camera app’s download figures from the Play Store

    By now, it should be apparent that the Essential Phone hasn’t sold in the numbers that Andy Rubin and co. had thought it would. Having started at an MSRP of $699, the PH-1 dropped to $499 just two months after release (and to $650 CAD in Canada). On top of that, there have been numerous opportunities to get the phone for even more cheaply, including through a $200 friends-and-family discount and an incredible Cyber Monday Amazon deal.

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    Only around 50,000 units of the Essential Phone have been sold, according to its camera app’s download figures from the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Android 8.0 Oreo beta hits Nokia 5, will arrive on Nokia 6 soon

    Nokia’s actually been doing very well in the update game for its new line of phones under HMD, with incredibly quick security patch releases and software betas. For instance, the ‘flagship’ Nokia 8 got an Oreo beta back in late October, with the full …

  • Honor View 10: The better Huawei Mate 10 Pro

    The Honor View 10 is about to become more than an insider tip, but Huawei’s dual strategy raises questions.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Retro Gaming Gift Guide

    Retro gaming is in after the recently released SNES and NES consoles left everyone searching like mad for the mini vintage throwbacks. Gift nostalgia this year with Team Thrifter’s list of rad gaming presents like Rose Colored game displays and the Atari Flashback 8.

    Retro Game-style boxesWhen did publishers stop caring about boxes? Protect your gaming favorites with some custom designed retro-style cartridge boxes from Fix & Play Games.eBayVarious PricesWishlistRose Colored retro game displaysLove your collection of classic gaming cartridges? Rose Colored Gaming has stands and mounts that’ll be sure to make your friends envious.Rose Colored GamingVarious PricesWishlistPlaying with Super Power: Nintendo Super NES ClassicsThis book has tons of information about the games you remember so fondly. Learn about more than just the games themselves. Read about their histories and legacies.Amazon$26.94WishlistNESPI CASE NES Style for Raspberry Pi 3The Raspberry Pi has made a name f…

  • 31 new and notable Android games from the last week (12/6/17 – 12/12/17)

    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.

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  • Instagram now lets you follow hashtags in your main feed

    Stay up to date with all of your interests.

    Hashtags have been a part of Instagram since forever, and as fun as it is to look up #cats or #pugs, they’ve always required extra work on the user’s part. Adding hashtags to your own posts is easy enough, but if you actually want to look at other photos/videos using certain hashtags, you need to head to the Discover page and manually search for them.

    Today, that ends with the new ability to follow hashtags right in your main feed.

    Now when searching for your favorite hashtag, you’ll see a new button at the top of the page that lets you “follow” it. When you follow a hashtag, this then shows posts from anyone using it in your main feed along with posts from people that you follow.

    Instagram’s algorithm will more than likely prevent every single post using a hashtag that you follow from showing up in your feed, but considering that there are some hashtags being used just about every second, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. We’ll proba…

  • How to change the notification sound on your Android phone

    Want to change the notification tones on your Android phone? Our guide shows how to change the default sound on Android and the tones for apps like Whatsapp or Facebook.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Humble Mobile Bundle lets you get 11 Android games for $5

    Includes Alto’s Adventure, Pug’s Quest, FRAMED 2, and more.

    Ever since 2010, Humble Bundle has been the best way to buy awesome video games at excellent prices will helping to support even more awesome charities at the same time. The latest Humble Mobile Bundle is here, and it’s filled with a heap of awesome independent Android games that are all worth checking out.

    As usual with Humble Bundle, there are a few different tiers that you can choose from. If you pay $1 or more, you’ll get Invert – Tile Flipping Puzzles, Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, Alto’s Adventure, and Pug’s Quest. Pay $4.50 or more, and you’ll get all of the games included with the $1 tier in addition to Vignettes, Shooting Stars!, Tower Dwellers, and Caterzillar.

    If you want to go all the way and pay $5 or more, you’ll get FRAMED 2, The Bug Butcher, Snowball, and the other eight games that we just mentioned. That $5 tier comes with a total value of $35 worth of games, so in other words, this is absolutel…

  • [Deal Alert] Nvidia SHIELD TV $149 ($30 off) with three months of YouTube Red ($30 value)

    Sometimes a good deal deserves an encore. Nvidia’s SHIELD TV is a popular set-top Android device, providing you with all the apps you love on a big screen, as well as some decent gaming chops. Back during the Black Friday sales it dropped down to $149…

  • Google launches two new gimmicky photography apps on Android

    Google is wild for all this machine learning and computational photography stuff lately. That’s good because it has led to innovations like HDR+ and Google Photos. Google’s researchers are also constantly coming up with neat little demos, some of which are packaged up as apps. Case in point, the newly launched Storyboard and Selfissimo apps in the Play Store. You can check them out right now, but don’t expect a lot of functionality. Both apps are one-trick-ponies.

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    Google launches two new gimmicky photography apps on Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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