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  • Recent SuperSU releases 2.80 and 2.81 have some issues, Chainfire advises sticking with 2.79 for now

    Users of SuperSu might want to hold off on updating things for a short while. Over the last couple days, some people have reported that the latest updates, 2.80 and 2.81, have been causing some issues on specific devices. Problems cover a range of min…

  • [Deal Alert] Start off your holiday weekend with 21 temporarily free and 42 on-sale apps

    Memorial Day weekend is coming — and some of you may have already started celebrating. But even if you’re stuck at work today, you can at least count on the final app sales post for this week. It’s been quite a few days in this regard, what with a huge list on Wednesday and a bonus round yesterday. I hope that you’re ready for one more.

    Apps that I personally recommend will be bolded in their respective lists below. And as always, the temporarily free apps will remain in your library unless you uninstall them within the Play Store’s refund window.

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    [Deal Alert] Start off your holiday weekend with 21 temporarily free and 42 on-sale apps was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best 360-Degree Cameras

    Updated May 2017: The Samsung Gear 360 is finally available to purchase, making it our best 360-degree camera.

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    Samsung Gear 360

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    Not only is Samsung’s latest 360-degree camera smaller, thinner, and lighter than it’s predecessor, but it’s also cheaper and faster! The Samsung Gear 360 is one of the easiest 360-degree cameras to use, making it possible for you to either quickly snap a photo with friends while holding it or remotely access the camera from an app loaded up with advanced features for capturing the best image.

    Not only can you grab 15-megapixel spheres with lots of detail, but the video mode will capture in 4K at 30FPS with no problem. The bottom mount makes it easy to stick the camera on just about anything, and the unique microphone array in the camera makes capturing sound from every direction very easy.

    Bottom line: For ease of use, price, and camera features the Gear 360 is the best consumer 3…

  • Aviate Launcher review: Smart, but not better

    How’s Aviate Launcher these days? Let’s take a look!

    Updated May 2017: Review updated to reflect the stability of the launcher and how it’s aged over the last two years.

    Aviate Launcher has garnered hype since it first debuted on Android, and after being acquired by Yahoo has actually seen steady improvement through updates. It’s been awhile since we last examined it, and now it’s time to take a fresh look and see how it works today.

    Aviate aims to analyze how you use your phone to better surface information and apps that are relevant based on a variety of factors, taking the burden of customization away from you. But does it work? We’re going to find out.

    The basics of Aviate

    Aviate falls into the category of “predictive” launchers, as it aims to change and adapt with your usage, location, and the information you provide it. There’s less focus on your personal customization — you can choose a wallpaper and icon packs, but that’s about it — and more on just letti…

  • Huawei Watch 2 Classic is finally available at Amazon and Best Buy for $370

    Huawe Watch 2 Classic Hero

    The latest, snazziest version of Huawei’s Android Wear offerings is now on sale. The Huawei Watch 2 Classic, which is the metal-clad variant of the Huawei Watch 2, Is now available for purchase at Amazon and Best Buy. It is also available for preorder at B&H. If you’ve been waiting to grab one, now you can.

    In our review of the non-classic, plastic-clad variant, we didn’t find it to be quite at the level of excellence that its predecessor strove for, but the sporty styling of the new model is likely to attract some fans.

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    Huawei Watch 2 Classic is finally available at Amazon and Best Buy for $370 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The great Virtual Reality buyer’s guide

    Pick the experience that best suits your needs.

    Don’t let this secret slip out, but there’s actually no such thing as “the best VR headset” or “the best AR headset” right now! There are new things in hardware and software being built almost every week, and while it’s easy to look at the newest or shiniest thing and slap a blue ribbon on it there’s a lot more going on.

    At the same time, there are a lot of folks eager to try VR or AR and want to know where to best spend money, and we’re here to help. This guide contains all of the most compelling strengths for each of the headsets you can buy today, as well as links to our ultimate guide for getting the most out of those experiences.

    Read more at VR Heads!

  • Google launches the Jamboard app for its new smart whiteboard

    Google announced the Jamboard a few months ago, which is a business-oriented product you are probably not going to buy. Each one of these smart whiteboards costs $5,000, plus another $1,200 if you want the rolling stand. There’s an app though. The app is free, but its capabilities are limited without the $5,000 piece of hardware.

    If you install the Jamboard app on a phone, it won’t do much. You cannot create new “jams” or share your existing ones.

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    Google launches the Jamboard app for its new smart whiteboard was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Gifting on Google Play: What you need to know

    I just want to send someone a gift card…and on Google Play, that just got a lot harder.

    We’ve talked about how Google was missing the ability to gift content before, and there’s a little good news on that front: you can now gift books through Google Play. Now there’s a bit of bad news, too: you can’t buy Google Play gift cards on the Google Play app anymore. If you want to add credit to your Google Play balance, you’ll need to go hunt one down at a brick and mortar store or answer some Google Opinion Rewards.

    The ability to buy gift cards on Google Play’s app and website has vanished recently, followed shortly by an update of Google Play Support to show that you can’t buy the gift cards digitally anymore, you have to buy a physical card, and that you can gift Google Play Books and Google Play Music All Access. We’re not sure what prompted the change, but for parents who top off their kids’ Google Play accounts through gift cards or those who found Google Play credit to be an ea…

  • Nova Launcher Beta adds Android O style notification dots, but Dynamic Badges are better

    Badges? We don’t need no stinkin’ badges.

    Notification badges have made huge strides on Nova Launcher in the last few months. We got Dynamic Badges to replace the hum-drum numeric badges back in March, and now, Nova is letting us downsize our badges and try out the more simplistic Android O-style dots in its latest beta update. And while I’m all for bringing the latest Android goodies to older versions, this is one bit of O-ey goodness I will be skipping.

    Android O dots are, well… they’re boring. They’re uninformative. If you’re using a white or black icon pack, they’re also these ugly, bland gray dots. I understand everyone wanting to try out something from Android O, I really do, and I commend the Nova Launcher team on getting this cranked out so quickly, but… Dynamic Badges are just better. They can add pops of color from the notification images they pull in, and if they can’t get one of those, at least they use the app’s colors instead of pulling a color to match your i…

  • Free Talk, Text, and Data plan forever w/ Samsung Galaxy S5 for $119.99 from FreedomPop [Sponsored Post]

    Do you like deals on Samsung phones? How about free service to go with those phones? Well, you can get a Samsung Galaxy S5 along with a free talk, text, and data plan on a nationwide CDMA network for the life of the phone from FreedomPop for just $119.99. 

    Let’s start with the phone. This is a certified pre-owned Samsung Galaxy S5. For those who may not remember this phone so well, the S5 is going to be better than just about anything in this price range.

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    Free Talk, Text, and Data plan forever w/ Samsung Galaxy S5 for $119.99 from FreedomPop [Sponsored Post] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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