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  • Play Music v8.1 appears with dedicated Android TV app and a significantly new look [APK Download]

    The Play Music app on Android TV has remained mostly unchanged since the platform launched three years ago. If you’ve grown tired of the wall of orange and all of the completely original Material Design components that were used when Android TV first …

  • Android Auto hits 14 new FCA (Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, RAM) vehicles for 2017 and 2018 model years

    Chrysler’s Uconnect infotainment system isn’t bad, but if you asked me whether I’d rather use it or Android Auto with proper integration, I’d take Google’s solution any day. If you, too, prefer Android Auto and have been in the market for an FCA produ…

  • Best adult apps for Android

    In an ocean of adult apps done poorly, these rise to the top.

    If you’re reading this, chances are you have an awesome pocket computer running Android at your disposal. Today’s Android phones and tablets can pretty much do anything, and that includes things of an adult nature. We want to help you find and see that content the best way possible.

    We’re not here to condone or condemn anyone or anything — and by all means let’s keep things legal — but we feel that adults using their Androids to peruse adult content is just fine and dandy. We bet a good number of you guys and gals feel the same way.

    If you don’t agree, that’s cool, too. We also are firm believers in the “live and let live” philosophy, and fully respect your opinion and support your right to have it. We also advise you to not click through the break if you think you might be offended. We love you regardless.

    Don’t worry, we’re not trying to push any boundaries or limits (too terribly far), we just want to sh…

  • TWRP now supports Galaxy A3 Duos, ASUS Zenfone 4 Max, and more

    TWRP is still the best custom recovery available, giving Android users a better way to flash ROMs and backup their devices. Part of the reason it’s so great is that can be ported to new devices fairly easily. Since we last covered the project earlier …

  • Jam out to your favorite tunes with Plex for Android Auto

    The app will be available in a few days.

    Android Auto is slowly but surely expanding to more hardware and gaining additional software support, and since its inception, one of the strong suits for the platform has been its use for listening to music. Plex has just announced that it’ll soon be rolling out its own Android Auto app, and from what we’ve seen so far, it looks really nice.

    Plex can be used for storing videos and music files, and while it should probably go without saying, you won’t be able to watch any of your movies or TV shows using the Android Auto app. However, you will be able to access all of the songs that you have stored on your Plex account.

    Android Auto can be used on dashboard units and through an app on your phone, and Plex has designed unique interfaces for both options that give you large, easy-to-see controls so that you can safely handle your music playback while behind the wheel. You can browse through your music by you’re created playlists, songs you’ve…

  • YouTube TV playback controls arrive on the Google Home

    There are just a handful of video services that support voice controls on the Google Home, like Netflix and Google Photos. This allows you to start playback of content on a Chromecast, Android TV, or other Cast-enabled device using Google Assistant vo…

  • Surprise: The Google Pixel 2 has a hidden menu button on its navigation bar

    The menu button used to be oh-so-important to Android in the early years. Google ditched it pretty early on with the introduction of the Galaxy Nexus, but Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Note III was released in late 2013 and still had one on board.
    But eve…

  • 5 things you should know about the new Pixel 2 phones

    Now that the Pixel 2 honeymoon is over, find out 5 things you didn’t know about Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • WhatsApp now rolling out live location sharing

    Live location sharing is pretty popular. Google Maps added it back in March, followed by Facebook Messenger the same month and Snapchat in June. Given that Messenger has had it for a few months, it makes sense that the feature would eventually make its way to Facebook-owned WhatsApp.

    Now the time has come, as WhatsApp announced on its blog that the feature will be rolling out to the iOS and Android apps “in the coming weeks.” There’s a new ‘Share Live Location’ option in the attach menu, where you can choose how long to share where you are.

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    WhatsApp now rolling out live location sharing was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Enter Android Central & Mint SIM’s Ultimate Pixel 2 Giveaway!

    A hot phone and a year of free service could be yours, FREE!

    Android Central is teaming up with Mint SIM for the Ultimate Google Pixel 2 Giveaway!

    One lucky winner will receive their choice of either a Google Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL. That’s not all! A great phone deserves a service that provides awesome and reliable LTE data along with unlimited text and calls.

    Thanks to Mint SIM, the winner will also receive a prepaid SIM card good for one year of paid service that includes 10GB of data per month with unlimited talk and text. We’re big fans of Mint SIM, thanks in part to its low-cost plans and nationwide 4G LTE coverage. For savvy shoppers, it’s the perfect service to pair with any unlocked phone, including the Pixel 2.

    Now on to the giveaway!

    THE PRIZE: One Android Central reader will win their choice of Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL and a year of service from Mint SIM!

    THE GIVEAWAY: Head down to the widget at the bottom of this page. There are several ways to enter, each with varying …

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