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  • HQ Trivia gets its first rival app: The Q brings the excitement of daily trivia to Android!

    Finally, Android users can experience the highs and lows (and lag) of a live trivia game show streamed to your phone!

    Trivia is back in the spotlight these days, thanks in large part to the viral sensation that is HQ Trivia. Currently exclusive to iOS, HQ Trivia is a daily trivia game show that lets players play with hundreds of thousands of others for a chance to win cash. While HQ Trivia plans to launch an Android app by Christmas, a new challenger has emerged from beta ready to try and challenge HQ Trivia for the hearts and trivia minds of Android users.

    It’s called The Q, and the app has just gone live in the Google Play Store. Just like HQ Trivia, it’s free to play with real cash on the line for every game. I’ve been playing The Q throughout its beta-testing phase and I also play HQ Trivia, so I can confirm that it offers a very similar experience to playing HQ Trivia — even down to the laggy video and other technical difficulties.

    This is an exciting new breed of liv…

  • Google Assistant coming to Android tablets and older phones

    Available for phones running 5.0 Lollipop and tablets on Marshmallow and Nougat.

    The Google Assistant first launched on the Pixel and Pixel XL in October 2016, and then a few months later in March 2017, expanded to all Android phones running Marshmallow 6.0 or newer. Today, December 13, 2017, Google is expanding the Assistant’s availability to even more phones and now tablets.

    If you own a phone that’s still running 5.0 Lollipop (which it very well might be), you’ll now be able to jump in on the Google Assistant action. After you get an update on your phone that adds the Assistant and opt-in to you use it, you’ll be able to prompt it by saying “Ok, Google”, long-pressing your home button, or by tapping the Assistant icon that’s added to your “all apps” list.

    Google Assistant on phones currently supports the U.S., UK, India, Australia, Canada, and Singapore in English, the U.S., Mexico, and Spain in Spanish, as well as Italy, Japan, Germany, Brazil, and Korea.

    In addition to this,…

  • Nova Launcher is six years old today, and we’re giving away 100 Nova Launcher Prime promo codes to celebrate

    The home screen situation was grim six years ago as we waited for a Launcher Pro redesign that never materialized (any day now, I’m sure) and OEMs assaulted us with terrible, clunky stock launchers. Well, more terrible than now. Nova Launcher arrived six years ago today, and many of our home screens have never been the same.

    Nova Launcher has consistently been quick to add new features as Google does, and the level of customization is wild.

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    Nova Launcher is six years old today, and we’re giving away 100 Nova Launcher Prime promo codes to celebrate was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best AT&T Deals

    If you’re on AT&T, these are the hottest deals to keep an eye out for.

    AT&T is one of the largest and most well-known carries in the United States, and as a result of this, you can often find some pretty sweet deals being offered. Whether you’re in the market for new phones or television service, AT&T has something for just about everyone. Here are the top deals we recommend the most.

    Get a new Samsung phone, get another one for free

    Between the Galaxy S8/S8+, S8 Active, and Note 8, Samsung had a pretty incredible year for its smartphones in 2017. Samsung’s handsets are never cheap, so to help out with this, AT&T is letting you get two of Samsung’s latest for the price of one.

    This deal is available for all of the phones mentioned above, and it means that if you buy one Galaxy Note 8, you can get another one at absolutely no extra cost. You’ll need to purchase both phones through AT&T Next on monthly installment plans, but you’ll receive a bill credit for on…

  • Google’s ‘Year in Search’ highlights solar eclipse, natural disasters, elections, and technology

    Google has a yearly tradition of publishing the most-searched terms and phrases, aptly-named the ‘Year in Search.’ Earlier today, the company revealed the top searches of 2017 with a new video and a detailed Trends page.

    The above video highlights ma…

  • Google Assistant is rolling out to phones running Lollipop and tablets on Marshmallow or later

    Google launched Assistant over a year ago with the original Pixel phones, but it expanded to more devices just a few months later. However, only phone with new-ish software were included. Starting now, Assistant is coming to more phones and (finally) …

  • AMD Link is a (buggy) way to monitor your Radeon-powered PC from your phone

    AMD released the newest version of its Radeon Software yesterday, the program used for configuring AMD graphics cards (similar to GeForce Experience for NVIDIA). While most of the new features are only interesting to PC gaming enthusiasts, the new AMD…

  • Grammarly virtual keyboard is now available on Android

    Grammarly’s virtual keyboard for Android is here to help make you a better writer.

    If you find yourself doing any extensive amount of writing on your computer, chances are you’ve used Grammarly before. Grammarly is a tool that works with your web browser and word-processing app of choice to help catch any grammatical or spelling errors your built-in spell-checker might miss, and as the News Editor for Android Central, it’s something that I use every single day to keep me from looking like a buffoon when quickly pounding away on my keyboard.

    On December 13, Grammarly announced that it’s officially bringing its virtual keyboard over to Android after having first launched it on iOS at the beginning of November. Grammarly’s keyboard looks a lot like Gboard at first glance, but as you can see, there’s something special happening near the top of it.

    As you type, Grammarly will continually look at what you’re writing and make suggestions for any spelling or grammatical errors that it f…

  • Google seems to have locked the Pixel Launcher’s install count to ‘1-5’ in the Play Store [Update]

    The Pixel Launcher comes pre-installed on Pixel phones, but it’s also listed in the Play Store for easy updates. However, Google appears to have made an unusual change to the app listing there. It no longer shows the actual number of installs. Instead, it’s locked to the smallest “1-5” group.

    There are two possibilities here.

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    Google seems to have locked the Pixel Launcher’s install count to ‘1-5’ in the Play Store [Update] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Deck your phone with these ho-ho-holiday wallpapers

    A holiday poem, and some wallpapers, too!

    ‘Tis two weeks before Christmas,

    So time to deck the halls.

    We’ve decked the tree and the car,

    And the ceilings and the walls.

    But we’ve missed something special,

    For your desktop is bare.

    Time to get a festive wallpaper,

    For your Android phone to wear.

    So enjoy these sweet walls,

    Some cute and some merry.

    And happy holidays from AC,

    Time to steal some rum from Jerry!

    The Nutcracker

    You say Christmas and millions of people immediately start hearing Tchaikovsky, and it’s little wonder. There just might be more renditions of The Nutcracker this time of year than there are tellings of the nativity story. Eleven months of the year, most Americans scoff at ballet tickets, but Christmas comes around and everyone comes around to watch the dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. This illustration features toy soldiers trumpeting their prince’s return and the oft-overlooked Christmas Angels, which help guide Clara and the Nutcracker Prince th…

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