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  • Facebook promises to declutter Messenger app in 2018

    Facebook caught some heat for pushing people to use the Messenger app a few years back, but that may actually have been a kindness. Messenger was a much better app than the main Facebook client. Although, over time Messenger has become rather bloated and clunky in its own right. The head of Messenger now admits the app is too cluttered, and changes are on the way.

    Facebook’s plans for Messenger in the coming year are detailed in a new post by Messenger chief David Marcus.

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    Facebook promises to declutter Messenger app in 2018 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 18 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last week (1/10/18 – 1/16/18)

    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.

    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.

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    Ashworld

    Android Police coverage: OrangePixel’s open-world survival adventure ‘Ashworld’ just landed on the Play Store

    Ashworld is the latest game from OrangePixel, a studio well known for some fantastic pixel art games. Ashworld does not deviate from their style too much, but what is interesting is how its top-down survival gameplay has been combined with side-scrolling platforming.

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    18 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last week (1/10/18 – 1/16/18) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • I used the Google Pixelbook as my only laptop at CES – and it completely converted me

    The Google Pixelbook is a truly excellent piece of hardware, as I stated in my review of it over two months ago. The refrain so often heard about Chromebooks, though, is that Chrome OS’s limited application ecosystem prevents it from being a “serious”…

  • Get two 6-feet USB-C to USB-A Anker Powerline+ cables for just $9

    Keep some spare cables around the house. Can’t hurt!

    This 2-pack of Anker USB-C to USB-A 2.0 6-feet cables is down to $9.49 on Amazon. It normally sells around $12 and has never dropped this low through a direct price drop before.

    It’s definitely worth pointing out that these are USB 2.0 cables, not the more modern 3.0. While that might mean some slower transfer speeds for whatever you use these for, they’re still high quality nylon-braided cords that will last you a long time.

    Features include:

    Lasts 6X Longer: Double-braided nylon exterior, toughened aramid fiber core and laser-welded connectors equip PowerLine+ with superior toughness from end-to-end.
    Fast Sync & Charge: Charges phones and tablets with USB-C ports at high speed. (Does not support high-speed charging for Google Pixel or Motorola Nexus.)
    Supreme Compatibility: Tested in-house with countless USB-C devices; proven to provide a fully compatible, secure and reliable fit.
    These cables come with a lifetime warrant…

  • How to use Bluetooth headphones with Google Daydream

    Audio is an integral part of enjoying Google Daydream, make sure you get the best experience possible.

    Being able to clearly hear what is going on around you when you are enjoying yourself in VR is key to really fall into the experience. So it’s pretty common to want to invest in an awesome pair of Bluetooth headphones so that you don’t have to worry about wires getting in your way while you are playing. Unfortunately, Bluetooth headphones don’t tend to work particularly well in VR. It isn’t impossible, and we’ve got the details for you on how to get the best audio experience.

    Hear everything

    Hanging out in VR is all about immersion, and clearly hearing what is going on around you is a huge part of that. You need to be able to tell when something is sneaking up next to you or hear the gunfire that you need to avoid while playing a game. Unfortunately, this is where the problem with Bluetooth headphones becomes pronounced. That’s because almost across the board Bluetooth headphones…

  • Huawei P Smart unboxing video: what do you want to know?

    We received the Huawei P Smart. The mid-range device will hit the German market the 1st of February and offers an 18:9 display for just €259. Could this budget device also be a hit in the English-speaking markets? Discover the P Smart in our unboxing video and don’t miss the opportunity to ask us all your questions!

    (This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Microsoft made Android Windows-friendly — but the work is far from done

    I’m a big fan of Microsoft’s services and support on Android, but there are still too many Microsoft ecosystem apps and services that are either half-baked or simply not available. Here’s what I’d like to see Redmond do next.

    For Windows 10 Mobile users, it has been a painful couple of years. After months of virtual silence, Microsoft unceremoniously announced it was leaving its phone users high and dry, as Windows 10 Mobile entered maintenance mode. No more features are planned for Microsoft’s zombie phone platform, save for security patches to support the company’s dwindling mobile business portfolio.

    Thankfully, for those invested in the Microsoft ecosystem, its support of Android is fairly good. The clean and speedy Microsoft Launcher app make it easy to access all of your services at a glance. Cortana can replace Google’s own assistant, and you can set up and sync Microsoft Edge as your browser, too. OneDrive, Office, OneNote, and Office Lens are available in force, and even X…

  • Never forget another password with a subscription to Dashlane!

    Keeping all your online accounts secure is so crucial these days — but then with so many different accounts to keep track of, it can be hard to keep things straight while avoiding one password to use for all accounts (never do this).

    If improving the security of your accounts is one of your goal for 2018, you should consider checking out a top-rated password manager such as Dashlane Password Manager.

    Built with patented security architecture, Dashlane is available across all platforms and browsers and makes it a breeze to log into all your favorite websites and apps. Dashlane will remember all your passwords and autofill them when it’s time to log in, and also allows you to generate a brand new strong and unique password with a single click. And since Dashlane does all the remembering and auto-filling, you don’t have to remember a dozen different cryptic passwords.

    Right now, first-time users can save 50% off a yearly subscription to Dashlane, which are available in one-year…

  • Verizon’s TV streaming service will consist of multiple standalone apps

    If this is true, Verizon’s approach will be very different from the likes of DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, etc.

    Internet-based live TV streaming services have exploded over the past three years, and one of the latest companies to get in on this action is Verizon Wireless. There’s still a lot that’s unknown about Verizon’s offering, but according to a report from TechCrunch, we at least have a general idea of how things will work.

    Verizon will reportedly bundle multiple channels together and offer them as standalone themed apps. For example, there may be separate apps for sports, news, comedy, etc. Content will come from properties that Verizon owns through Oath (such as The Huffington Post, Engadget and TechCrunch) in addition to premium content that’s offered by third parties. Pricing details are still unknown, but it sounds like there may be options for both ad-supported and paid content.

    More isn’t always better.

    Compared to what we’ve seen in this market so far, Verizon’s serv…

  • How to browse and add Alexa skills from any computer

    How can I control Alexa from the web?

    While the Alexa app on phones and tablets is the default for setting up and managing an Amazon Echo, you can do quite a bit with Amazon’s website if you prefer. Just like shopping for anything else on Amazon, you can search for Skills to add to your personal Alexa and take advantage of the larger screen in the process. All you really need is the ability to log in to your Amazon account, and you can use any browser to manage your Alexa Skills.

    How to browse for Alexa skills in your browser
    How to add Alexa Skills from your browser
    Want a shortcut? Here are our 10 favorite Alexa Skills!

    How to browse for Alexa skills in your browser

    The key here is remembering Amazon has a dedicated section for Alexa Skills you can access from the homepage of its website. From there, assuming you’ve used Amazon to shop before, everything should feel familiar.

    Open your web browser and go to Amazon.com
    Hover your mouse over the Departments tab in the to…

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