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  • Andy Rubin’s Android startup ‘Essential’ has a Twitter account, will announce new phone on May 30th

    Once upon a time, Andy Rubin created Android. Then one day, Google bought Android and let Andy play with robots for a few years. Now, Rubin is at the helm of a mysterious startup called Essential. He teased the company’s bezel-less phone back in March…

  • Freelancers wanted: This is your chance to join the value-obsessed Thrifter team!

    If you have the gift for thrift and are passionate about finding innovative ways to save and make money, this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for.

    You’ve likely noticed the Thrifter name accompanying tech deals content published on Android Central this year, but we haven’t really paused to talk about what Thrifter is and where it’s going. To be frank, that’s because we weren’t ready to. Now we are and we’re super excited to start spreading the word as we get closer to our official launch.

    While Thrifter has primarily been in the pre-alpha stage covering daily tech deals to date, our ambition and vision for Thrifter is much, much grander. Behind the scenes we’ve been building a superstar team, attracting top talent from deals and recommendation sites like The Wirecutter and 9to5Toys. Our product and brand teams have also been hustling, and we’ll soon pull the wraps off our new brand and Thrifter.com website (of course Thrifter will also live on all the social media platform…

  • Lyft introduces new Lyft Lux and Lyft Lux SUV black car service

    Today Lyft has announced two new black car options for the ridesharing service. They are called, perhaps unimaginatively, Lyft Lux and Lyft Lux SUV. As the names imply, each of the services is meant to be a bit more luxurious than the standard fare. I…

  • OnePlus 3T is being discontinued to make way for the OnePlus 5

    You’ll soon no longer be able to buy a OnePlus 3T, but that’s not a bad thing.

    OnePlus is so, so ready to launch the OnePlus 5. The company has announced that the OnePlus 3T, its latest flagship, has reached the end of its production life, and will only be sold until current stock runs out.

    A lot has happened since we launched the OnePlus 3T back in November of last year. We were thrilled by the response our device received both in the media, and by our users around the world. It’s been far and away our most successful device yet, and we’re incredibly proud of what we’ve accomplished together. Rest assured that we’ll continue to bring more software updates and support to the OnePlus 3 and 3T.

    This is the last call to buy the OnePlus 3T before stock runs out. Only a few devices are left in our warehouse, so purchase yours before time runs out at onepl.us/3T

    This doesn’t mean the end of software or security updates for the OnePlus 3 and 3T, just that, being a small company,…

  • Daydream and Daydream Keyboard updated to v1.6 with new languages, better punctuation layout, and more

    Google announced a new standalone VR platform at I/O this year, but it’s not stopping work on the existing Daydream apps and services. There’s an update rolling out today to Daydream and the Daydream Keyboard. Both have version number 1.6, but only th…

  • [Bonus Round] Get your hands on another 25 temporarily free and 56 on-sale apps

    What’s this? A bonus round of app sales… on a Thursday? Still your beating hearts, dear readers, because while I have more apps for you today, I’ve decided to take a different approach. Due to the volume of yesterday’s post and the amount of questio…

  • Google updates Play Store developer policies, provides additional information on malicious behavior, ratings manipulation, and more

    Google’s policy for developers on Google Play has been updated recently to include a few new changes. It’s has revised both the Malicious Behavior policy and the Ratings Reviews, and Installs policy, as well as introduced additional policy requirement…

  • Instagram is hedging its bets on becoming your go-to messaging platform

    The latest additions to the image sharing platform add landscape and portrait photos to Direct messages, in addition to link sharing.

    If you would have told me that Instagram would be the go-to social network five years ago, I would have scoffed. But things have really evolved for the app since then, and lately it seems to be undergoing a bit of a renaissance due in part to the multitude of updates.

    Today’s update brings with it landscape and portrait photos to Instagram Direct. On the surface, this is a fairly boring, yawn-worthy update, and though it will make direct messages between you and your friends a bit more dynamic, it’s not exactly meant to overhaul your Instagram experience in a meaningful way. But if you use Instagram now and already have a bustling network of friends you chat with on a daily basis, you may find you’ll use it more often, especially now that you have the knowledge of its ability to share links and one-off photos without all the noise of the perpetual fe…

  • Instagram now supports links and landscape/portrait images in direct messages

    Instagram isn’t just for posting pictures of food anymore. Whether you like it or not, the app has branched out to become a Snapchat competitor too, and now its direct messaging abilities are getting an upgrade.

    First off, you can now send landscape/portrait photos and videos in direct messages without cropping them first. It seems kind of silly that was a requirement until now, but this should save users some time when sharing media.

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    Instagram now supports links and landscape/portrait images in direct messages was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • A friendly reminder that Android TV is getting a much-needed overhaul

    A better home screen and Google Assistant are coming to Android TV — all things announced at I/O in an effort to persuade you to adopt the platform.

    There was a bevy of exciting announcements revealed during the keynote at Google I/O 2017, but one of the quieter sleeper hits was the news that Android TV would receive a much-anticipated makeover. In a lengthy blogpost, Google expanded on some of the enhancements and how it plans to make its Android-based living room platform worth adopting into the home:

    The new Android TV home screen organizes video content into channels and programs in a way that’s familiar to TV viewers. Each Android TV app can publish multiple channels, which are represented as rows of programs on the home screen. Apps add relevant programs on each channel, and update these programs and channels as users access content or when new content is available. To help engage users, programs can include a video preview, which is automatically played when a user fo…

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