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  • It’s Wednesday, so here are 29 temporarily free and 22 on-sale apps

    Wednesday is here, and the week is more than half over. It’s a slim list today, about the same as Monday’s, but that’s okay. Dig through and see if you find something you like, and I’ll see you all Friday.

    Free

    Apps

    1. Braintoss $1.99 -> Free; 2 days left
    2. Alarm Clock Pro – Music Alarm (No Ads) $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    3. Ner – Photo Editor, Pip, Square, Filters, Pro $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    4. 80s Music Radio Pro $1.99 -> Free; 6 days left
    5. Pocket Spy Sound Recorder $3.99 -> Free; 6 days left
    6. Trueshot Swing Tempo $0.99 -> Free; 6 days left
    7. BMI Calculator $0.99 -> Free; 7 days left
    8. Metapod – Podcast Manager $0.99 -> Free; 7 days left

    Games

    1. Comomola Far West Train – Railroad Game for kids!

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    It’s Wednesday, so here are 29 temporarily free and 22 on-sale apps was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google could block access to hidden and undocumented APIs in Android P

    We’re probably just a few months away from the first developer preview release of Android P, but there are some hints of what Google’s cooking in AOSP. According to a report at XDA, Google might be planning a move that’ll upset some developers. New co…

  • Google designer Ivy Ross shows off prototypes of Pixel 2, Pixelbook, Home Mini, and more

    Prototypes are always cool to see, but us consumers don’t often get to do so. It’s nice to take a look at how the designs of products evolve from the drawing board all the way to our homes, pockets, and backpacks. An interview with Google hardware designer Ivy Ross recently went up on The Keyword, and embedded within are photos of several Google products’ prototypes.



    Ross gave this interview as part of The She Word, a series in which “powerful, dynamic, and creative” women at Google are put front and center.

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    Google designer Ivy Ross shows off prototypes of Pixel 2, Pixelbook, Home Mini, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Essential Phone Oreo Beta 3 now available for download

    It’s been almost a month since Essential rolled out the second Oreo beta for its phone. If you were hoping for a final release, that’s not happening yet. Essential has, however, released a third Oreo beta for the Essential Phone. It includes new security patches and minor fixes.

    The new version (build OPM1.170911.254) is a 1GB download if you grab it from the Essential site. A smaller OTA appears to be rolling out to devices running Beta 2 already.

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    Essential Phone Oreo Beta 3 now available for download was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Meizu M6s announced with Samsung’s new Exynos 7872 processor

    The Meizu M6s is a showcase for Samsung’s latest mid-range chip.

    The latest phone to come from Chinese OEM Meizu is the M6s, and while we understand it can be difficult to get excited about mid-range handsets in the Android space, the M6s has a couple tricks up its sleeve that helps it to stand out from the crowd.

    First and foremost, the most notable aspect the M6s has going for it is that it’s the first device to ship with Samsung’s new Exynos 7872 processor. The 7872 is a hexacore CPU with two Cortex-A73 chips that are used for more demanding tasks and four Cortex-A53 ones that help with power efficiency. Single-core performance is said to be two times faster than the 7872’s predecessor, the GPU is the Mali-G71 MP1, and the built-in LTE modem supports up to 300 Mbps download and 150 Mbps upload speeds.

    As for the M6s itself, the phone has a 5.7-inch display with a resolution of 1440 x 720. There’s a 16MP camera on the back, 8MP one up front, a 3,000 mAh battery with an included …

  • How to find the IMEI number on your Android phone

    There are lots of easy ways to find your phone’s IMEI number.

    No matter what phone you’re using — whether it’s a budget Moto E4 or a $900 Galaxy Note 8 — it will have an International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number. The IMEI number is a unique identifier that’s usually a string of 15 digits, and comes in handy if you’re trying to locate a lost or stolen phone.

    How can I find my phone’s IMEI number?

    There are several ways to find the IMEI number of your phone — the easiest is to key in *#06# from the dialer and you’ll get a dialog box with the IMEI shown on the screen. The IMEI number is also printed at the back on a few phones, or underneath the battery housing for older phones that have removable batteries.

    You can also find the IMEI number by heading into your phone’s settings by going to Settings -> About phone -> Status -> IMEI information. Alongside the IMEI number, you’ll likely find the SV number, which denotes the software version. …

  • Amazon Echo and Music Unlimited coming to Australia and New Zealand

    Pre-orders for Echo in Australia are live now; Music Unlimited launching in February.

    Although the Google Home is my smart speaker of choice, there’s one important area in this market were Amazon still reigns supreme – worldwide availability. The company launched its Echo hardware and Music Unlimited streaming service in 28 countries across the globe in early December, and now these two things are coming to Australia and New Zealand.

    In regards to Echo devices, Australia and New Zealand customers will be able to purchase the Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Plus at “select major retailers” beginning in February. For Australia specifically, pre-orders are live on Amazon now with the Echo costing $119 AUD, the Echo Dot is going for $49 AUD, and the Echo Plus will set you back $199 AUD.

    As for Music Unlimited, this will be available in Australia and New Zealand starting February 1. Amazon Music Unlimited provides access to 45 million songs, and of course, can be used with Amazon’s Echo…

  • Google Photos v3.12 prepares to redeem free storage codes, better support SD cards, and lets us know Austin is up to his most mystery-er feature yet [APK Teardown]

    With that other major news event out of the way, it’s time to move on to more interesting news – Google app updates. Late last night brought us a version bump to Google Photos. While there haven’t been any notable changes popping into view yet, a teardown does present some pretty interesting revelations for the future. Fans of the free original storage promotion might soon have some options to enjoy that with other phones.

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    Google Photos v3.12 prepares to redeem free storage codes, better support SD cards, and lets us know Austin is up to his most mystery-er feature yet [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Discogs adds in-app purchasing to its latest beta

    If you’re big into vinyl (records), then you probably recognize the name Discogs. If you aren’t, it’s a music marketplace for cataloging your collection and buying new albums. And, today, Discogs has released a beta that allows you to make purchases from inside the Android app itself. 

    The full changelog for v1.17 (this latest beta) is just below.

    WHAT’S NEW
    Many Marketplace improvements!
    – Create purchases inside the app.
    – View and manage your cart.

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    Discogs adds in-app purchasing to its latest beta was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • ProtonVPN launches on Android as a truly free VPN solution

    A free VPN service that’s enjoyable (and safe) to use.

    Thanks to the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability that reared its ugly head in October of last year, VPN services have become more valuable than ever before. A quick search on the Google Play Store will reveal a heap of VPN apps to choose from, and while there are legit options, there are also ones that spam you with ads, sell your data, and even install malware.

    ProtonMail just launched its ProtonVPN app for Android, and it has potential to be the best free VPN solution yet.

    The lack of data/bandwidth caps makes this a worthy contender.

    You can start using ProtonVPN right away after you download it to your phone or tablet, and even with the free version, you can do just about anything you’d like. You won’t be hit with any limits on bandwidth or data usage, ProtonMail will never use its VPN service to sell your browsing data to other companies, and most important, it won’t install any of that pesky malware. That might sound like …

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