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  • Send and receive money with just your voice – Assistant now has Google Pay integration

    There are a lot of options for mobile payments. Friends settling monetary scores can use Google Wallet, Paypal, or Venmo, among a larger list of services. Wells Fargo is even desperately trying to act like Zelle is a thing. But starting today, anyone using Google Assistant can send their buds a verbal $20 bill for last night’s bar tab. That’s because Google Pay (née Android Pay) is now integrated into the Assistant. 

    Right now it’s only possible via the Assistant on Android and iOS phones, though support for speakers is planned in the coming months.

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    Send and receive money with just your voice – Assistant now has Google Pay integration was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Twitch Extension support comes to Android [APK Download]

    Twitch, the most popular streaming platform in the world, announced that Extensions, audience interaction elements that streamers can add to their streams, are available on the Android and iOS apps. Released six months ago for desktop, Extensions have drawn in 1.5 billion uses by viewers and have improved the overall watching experience for many.

    • Sixth Sense: We are so excited about this latest update we’re bumping our version number to 6.

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    Twitch Extension support comes to Android [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Samsung Gear S3 Frontier refurb down to $184.99 at Best Buy

    Samsung’s Gear S3 is quite possibly the best smartwatch you can buy right now if you’re an Android user. The design is classy, the display is gorgeous, battery life is above average in the category, Samsung Pay is supported, and the rotating bezel mak…

  • Best Buy stops selling Huawei smartphones

    Huawei may be the world’s third-largest smartphone manufacturer, but the Chinese brand can’t seem to catch a break in the US. After being dropped by US carriers under pressure from the federal government, Huawei has lost another partner in the form of …

  • Samsung Pay launches today in Italy

    It must be a happy day for Italian Android users today. Google Home and Home Mini showed up on the Google Store just this morning and now Samsung is officially announcing the launch of Samsung Pay in the country. The news doesn’t come as a surprise since rumors had pegged a Samsung Pay launch in Italy for the beginning of 2018.

    And right on cue, Samsung has now expanded its mobile payment service to its 21st market worldwide.

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    Samsung Pay launches today in Italy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Cloudflare reveals its new networking analytics Mobile SDK to help developers improve app performance

    Analytics is a big business. It’s not just about building a product, you need to know how to optimize it. Time can be spent more efficiently when you have the data required to point you in the direction of problems. To that end, Cloudflare—of DDoS mitigation fame—is releasing the Cloudflare Mobile SDK to help app developers better optimize networking performance. 

    With the new Mobile SDK, app makers can check detailed analytics that better quantifiy when a user has a poor experience.

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    Cloudflare reveals its new networking analytics Mobile SDK to help developers improve app performance was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ tested: Exynos 9810 vs. Snapdragon 845

    Samsung sells two variants of the Galaxy S9+: a model powered by the Snapdragon 845, and a variant featuring the Exynos 9810.

    From the Galaxy S7 onward, Samsung has offered two variants of its flagships — a model powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon platform for the U.S. and China, and a global variant featuring the manufacturer’s in-house Exynos chipset. That’s the case this year as well: the Galaxy S9 and S9+ sold in the U.S. and China are powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 845, while the models sold in South Korea, UK, India, and other global markets are running the Exynos 9810.

    Traditionally, there haven’t been a lot of differences between the two variants — the Exynos 8895-powered Galaxy S8+ had marginally better battery life over its Snapdragon sibling, but there wasn’t a performance differential. With my unit powered by the Exynos 9810, and my colleague Andrew Martonik using the Snapdragon variant, it’s time to see how the two variants differ.



  • What’s the ideal camera height for PlayStation VR?

    Can you improve your tracking for the PlayStation VR by re-arranging the camera set up?

    Reddit user Tomathy101 battled the idea of finding better tracking for the PlayStation Eye Camera by changing the height in which it was set up. He argues that, as a man who is over 6 feet tall, that his tracking has improved since he has raised his camera well above his head level. So we did some experiments to confirm or deny this based on the heights of different people. So, if you’ve been curious go on below to see if this would work for you!

    Your height makes a difference

    While conducting this experiment I tested the tracking problems on the height range of three different people; An 8-year-old child, a 5″0 adult, and a 6″3 adult. This was to test the theory that maybe the camera doesn’t need to be at a 7″0 height for everyone, and perhaps just a little above your head in general.

    This theory was proved right correct. A person of 6″3 had the best tracking performance when the PlayStation …

  • How often do you use the S Pen on the Galaxy Note 8?

    According to the AC forums, the S Pen is a must.

    Samsung’s Galaxy Note series is iconic for a lot of different reasons, but perhaps its biggest differentiating factor is the S Pen.

    The S Pen has seen a laundry list of improvements since the original Galaxy Note debuted in 2011, including a sturdier design, increased pressure sensitivity, and plenty of new software features.

    There’s no denying that the S Pen is convenient to have, but do people really use it all that often? According to the majority of our forum members, the answer is a resounding “Yes!”

    03-21-2018 02:32 AM

    I use it for almost all interaction with the phone. Fingers too big and imprecise.

    The handwriting recognition works quite well most of the time too.

    03-21-2018 08:58 AM

    All day, every day. Type with it, dial with it, …

  • Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ display ‘dead spots’ and camera issues

    Even the best high-end devices don’t come without problems. The S9 was a highly anticipated device for the first half of the year, and as always, some flaws surface. In this article, we’ll keep you informed about any issues and solutions with the Galax…

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