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  • [Update: Coming July 26th] Alto’s Odyssey is available for pre-registration, and will be released in July

    Alto’s Odyssey was released for iOS about four months ago, and in that time Android users have been patiently waiting for the official release of the endless runner. As of a few hours ago, the official Alto’s Odyssey Twitter account announced that the game is finally available for pre-registration on the Play Store, and that the official release will take place sometime next month.

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    [Update: Coming July 26th] Alto’s Odyssey is available for pre-registration, and will be released in July was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Alto’s Odyssey for Android: Everything you need to know

    Alto’s Odyssey is coming to Android next month — are you pre-registered?

    Alto’s Odyssey has been out on iOS since February, and it’s AMAZING. Developed by the same group of folks responsible for the masterpiece that is Alto’s Adventure, Team Alto has taken everything we loved from the first game — the gorgeous graphics, beautiful atmosphere and butter smooth gameplay — and stepped it all up a notch while giving us a brand new story and a beautiful and diverse new environment for us to endlessly explore.

    If I sound excited, it’s because Alto’s Adventure is hands-down one of the best free-to-play games ever released for Android. Period. Seriously, if you’ve never played Alto’s Adventure go download it right now. and then come back.

    July 17, 2018 — Alto’s Odyssey Android release date confirmed for July 26!

    Alto’s fans rejoice! We’re just over a week away from getting our hands on Alto’s Odyssey on Android with an official release date set for July 26.

    The w…

  • Google Assistant just got proactive – and a lot more useful

    A bit of the old and a lot of something new are going to make Google Assistant seem more like an assistant.

    One of Android’s killer features for a lot of us was Google Now. Google Now could tell you when your Mastercard payment was coming up, let you know that you might need to take an umbrella for your trip to Cleveland, and remind you about things like that dentist appointment you made 6 months ago and forgot about. Once given access to your Google account — and mind you, it needed a lot of access to everything you have stored in Google — it seemed like a real assistant.

    Fast forward a few years, and the debut of Google Assistant proper left many a bit disappointed. Assistant is smart enough to turn on your lights or set your thermostat for you, and that’s really cool, but as an assistant, it just wasn’t as useful as Google Now. It seemed like a small regression to the dark days before Google was all up in your business, but being helpful about it. Today’s news about …

  • Netflix fast.com internet speed test now measures upload and latency

    Netflix’s fast.com internet speed test is pretty much the defacto way to check download throughput. Since it uses Netflix’s servers to test, you can easily check if your ISP is throttling your video. And it’s more likely to reflect the sort of speeds you’ll actually see in the real world compared to things like speedtest.net, which often reports unrealistic or inflated numbers. Now Netflix has added some extra info to its test, including latency and upload speeds. 


    The new tests do require an extra step to trigger.

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    Netflix fast.com internet speed test now measures upload and latency was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google is reviving editor’s picks in the revamped Google News app

    When Google rolled out the new Google News earlier this year, several features went the way of the dodo. Among them were standout tags, highlighting mobile apps, and editor’s picks. That last one is coming back in the latest update, though.

    If you mo…

  • Hasbro ‘Nerf Laser Ops Pro’ companion app tracks foes, offers AR target practice

    Do you remember laser tag? In the ’80s it was all the rage. You would wear a slick looking vest while running around and shooting people with laser guns. It was the best. Heck, it’s still popular to this day. You can find old closed down malls and other large warehouses that cater to the game. The thing is, who wants to commute just to shoot a few friends? A home system would be more ideal, and that is exactly what the new Nerf Laser Ops Pro app delivers alongside the release of its companion Nerf Laser Ops branded blasters.

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    Hasbro ‘Nerf Laser Ops Pro’ companion app tracks foes, offers AR target practice was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The Schlage Z-Wave Connect Camelot touchscreen deadbolt is only $134

    Upgrade your front door.

    The Schlage Z-Wave Connect Camelot Touchscreen Deadbolt is down to $134.13 with the 20% off for Prime on the product page. This deadbolt has been regularly selling around $170 recently, and it was selling as high as $180 toward the end of last year. It has never dropped below $150 directly before, so this is a new low price.

    While the Schlage will work with Alexa and other voice assistants, it uses Z-Wave to connect. You will need a Z-Wave compatible hub like the SmartThings Hub or the Wink Hub. Unfortunately, Amazon does not have any native devices with a Z-Wave radio. The deadbolt uses a touchscreen keypad and can store up to 30 user codes at a time. It has a built-in alarm with three settings and uses AA batteries. It is rated ANSI Grade 1.

    You will need Amazon Prime for this deal.

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  • 5 things YouTube Music needs to fix in offline playback before it can be worth paying for

    When you pay for YouTube Music Premium, you pay for three things, and one of them doesn’t work properly right now.

    Since streaming music can chip away at your data plan — and streaming video will eat your data cap alive — offline music is especially important to YouTube Music and the users who pay for YouTube Music Premium. There’s just one problem: offline playback on YouTube Music has more pitfalls than an Indiana Jones soundtrack, Downloaded music downloads and redownloads and redownloads itself at the most inopportune times, and the app doesn’t handle offline mode or offline playback consistently. No matter how careful you are, chances are one of these traps is going to put a thorny poison dart in your side.

    How to download music for offline playback on YouTube Music

    Always be downloading

    Over half a dozen times in the last few weeks, I’ve gotten in the car, opened YouTube Music to get my Offline mixtape going, and been greeted by YouTube Music kicking into “Loo…

  • Google Assistant: Everything you need to know

    There’s a lot going on with the Google Assistant — let’s break down the important stuff.

    In May 2016, we got our very first taste of the Google Assistant with the debut of Allo. The Assistant was a big draw to Allo at the time, with Google marketing it as a helpful bot that could make restaurant reservations, search the web, and more within your conversations.

    Since then, the Assistant has gained heaps of new features and expanded to smartphones, tablets, speakers, and more. Google’s shown no interest in slowing down development for the Assistant, meaning that it’s likely here for the long-haul.

    Whether this is your first encounter with it or you just need a quick refresher, here’s everything you need to know about the Google Assistant.

    The latest Google Assistant news

    July 17, 2018 — New Google Assistant page shows commute times, packages, upcoming flights, and more

    Starting today, the Assistant on your phone is getting a big visual overhaul. After prompting the …

  • Chrome OS will soon have Android’s Smart Text Selection

    Smart Text Selection was introduced in Android 8.0 Oreo, and has two components. First, when you tap on a word, it selects the entire phrase (e.g. tapping ‘Disney’ expands to ‘Disney World’). Second, it suggests an action or two based on what is selec…

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