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  • Google Photos now recognizes your pets as people, like it should

    This is a good update, Brent.

    Google Photos’ growing feature set can be difficult to keep track of at times, but one that continues to impress me even to this day is its ability to recognize people’s faces and automatically organize photos that it knows they’re in. As if this wasn’t already good enough, Google is taking things a step further by identifying your pets in the same exact manner.

    With this update, the People section in Google Photos will be updated to “People and Pets” to showcase both your human companions, as well as those that are a bit fluffier. You could previously search for your pets by typing in terms such as “cat” or “dog”, but for those that have multiple pets and want to look at pictures of specific ones, this will make doing so a lot easier.

    Your pets will show up alongside people in your Google Photos library, and just like you’ve previously been able to do with humans, you’ll be able to set a profile photo and name for your furry friend so finding them is…

  • Google Wifi amps up parental controls with website blocking

    Adult sites, begone!

    Google Wifi might not have gotten any new hardware at Google’s October 4 event earlier this month, but that’s because it really doesn’t need any. Google Wifi is still an excellent option if you’re in the market for a mesh router system, and a new feature is now rolling out to the device that should make raising kids in the 21st century a whole lot easier.

    That new feature is called “Site Blocking”, and it works pretty much how you’d expect. Turning on Site Blocking will allow you to automatically block over eight million website that Google deems to be not appropriate for your kiddos’ eyes, and it does this through the SafeSearch technology (initially created back in 2009 as a way for filtering out adult content within Google Search).

    You can use the Google Wifi app to choose which Google account you want Site Blocking turned on for, and once you toggle it on for a certain person, it’ll be active for all of their connected devices. So, no matter if your son or…

  • Nova Launcher v5.5-beta3 adds bottom search box and other goodies from Pixel Launcher

    Google is in the process of making some changes to the Pixel Launcher, and that means its time for the third-party launchers to play catchup. Action Launcher has been in the lead when it comes to adopting Pixel things, but here comes Nova Launcher wit…

  • Google Photos is rolling out identification and photo grouping for your dogs and cats

    One of Google Photos’ main selling points is how easily and accurately it can identify faces in photos and group them together. The face recognition is seriously impressive, and it saves a lot of time when you’re looking in your library for pictures o…

  • These SanDisk microSD cards are deeply discounted for only a few more hours

    Storage for phones, drones and more, oh my!

    Is this deal for me?

    In a world where we stream more media than we consume, one may think that local storage is not as important as it once was. That couldn’t be further from the truth, though. With companies like Spotify, Netflix and others allowing you to save your favorite media for offline access, having enough storage space is even more important now than it was.

    As part of its Gold Box deals of the day, Amazon is offering big discounts on SanDisk microSD cards, dropping the prices to near historic lows on most of them. Whether you just want a smaller 32GB card to add to your Amazon Fire Tablet, or want 200GB to add to your phone, this deal has you covered.

    SanDisk Ultra 32GB – $11.19 (Normally $14.49)
    SanDisk Ultra 128GB – $36.99 (Normally $44.99)
    SanDisk Ultra 200GB – $62.99 (Normally $76.99)
    These microSD cards are just a small part of a larger one-day SanDisk sale that’s going on over at Amazon. Be sure to check out the whole s…

  • Humble Mobile Herocraft bundle includes up to 12 games (and some in-app items you probably don’t want)

    Fresh off its controversial acquisition announcement, Humble Bundle has launched a new bundle deal that features games from developer Herocraft. you can get as many as 12 games, which is a boatload for Humble Bundle. You can also pay a lot more for so…

  • Some Google Play listings now show when content is available from other sources (like HBO)

    We noticed over the last week that some listings on Google Play are showing when items are available via HBO’s NOW streaming service. We aren’t entirely sure how new this is, as neither company has made any announcements related to it. In fact, some of us here at AP aren’t seeing it at all, regardless of whether we have HBO NOW installed or not.

    Two views of the same listing on Google Play

    This feature is manifesting in listings as an option in a new drop-down menu, which shows both the price of an item through Play Movies & TV as well as HBO NOW’s subscription price.

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    Some Google Play listings now show when content is available from other sources (like HBO) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 15 new and notable Android apps and live wallpapers from the last week (10/10/17 – 10/16/17)

    roundup_icon_largeWelcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.

    Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info.

    Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.


    Microsoft Edge Preview

    Android Police coverage: Microsoft Edge now available for Android [APK Download]

    Microsoft has finally brought its Edge browser to Android with the beta release of Microsoft Edge Preview.

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    15 new and notable Android apps and live wallpapers from the last week (10/10/17 – 10/16/17) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • CyanogenMod Theme Engine is gone for good, LineageOS removes supporting code

    During CyanogenMod’s heyday, one of the ROM’s biggest features was the Theme Engine. You could download any number of themes from the Play Store to change up the entire system’s look. However, the feature didn’t make an appearance in CyanogenMod 14 (b…

  • Put your dusty, old CD player to use with this $8 Mpow phone mount

    Stop listening over and over to that same CD you made for a road trip in the 90s.

    Is this deal for me?

    This Mpow CD player phone mount is down to $7.99 with code 2ILMROQV through seller Patozon on Amazon. That’s $2 off its average price and as much as $4 better than the other colors like Tiffany Blue.

    Chances are if you do still have CDs in your car, it’s probably just because you forgot you put them under your seat. This phone mount will sit in that dusty CD player slot and let you go hands-free with your smartphone.

    Features include:

    Universal fit compatible with iPhone 7/7P/6s/6P/5S, Galaxy S5/S6/S7/S8, Google, LG, Huawei, and more
    Insert the cradle in the CD slot and once it is properly installed this cradle will stay firm. May cover face of the stereo.
    Three side grips designed to hold the cell phone tightly. It locates the phone in a much more convenient place to see/touch than the dashboard mounted solutions.
    Set your phone in and squeeze the sides in and they stay put. T…

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