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  • Humble Mobile Platformers Bundle updated with more games, plus we’ve got 10 free codes to give away

    Humble Bundle is a great source for cheap games, and you get to support charity while you enjoy your cheap content. The recent “Epic Platformers” bundle is now halfway through its run, and that means it’s time for some new games and a giveaway. There are now 11 games, and we’re giving them all away to some lucky readers.

    This bundle is split into three tiers. The base tier is unlocked at $1 or more, and it includes Devious Dungeon, Devious Dungeon 2, and Eggggg – The Platform Puker.

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    Humble Mobile Platformers Bundle updated with more games, plus we’ve got 10 free codes to give away was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Best GPS trackers for kids

    What are the best GPS trackers for kids?

    Updated May 2017: We’ve removed the KOREX Waterproof Babysitter Smartwatch from our list because it has been discontinued.

    It can be difficult to keep track of your children, and it can also be hard to gauge when it’s appropriate to get them a cell phone or something a bit more mature in order to keep in contact with them.

    GPS trackers are fantastic, potentially life-saving tools that help keep track of your little ones, so you won’t have to worry about where they are. Just have them wear their GPS tracker like a watch, and the rest is up to your watchful eyes.

    Here are a few great options to check out if you’re looking for the best GPS trackers for your kids!

    Tinitell
    GBD-GPS Tracker Kids Smartwatch
    LG GizmoGadget
    dokiWatch

    Tinitell

    Stylish looking with a simple, modern design, the Tinitell GPS tracker is an innovative new smartband that worked effortlessly with an app from your smartphone.

    Tinitell isn’t only an interesting-lookin…

  • Samsung’s new SoundAssistant app gives you greater control over sound on your Galaxy device [APK Download]

    The Galaxy S8 has a bigger focus on audio than any previous Samsung flagships. The speaker gets surprisingly loud, nice AKG earphones come in the box, and the onboard Bluetooth 5.0 enables features such as Dual Audio (the ability to stream to two Bluetooth devices simultaneously). In keeping with this theme, Samsung has just published a SoundAssistant app on the Play Store for Samsung devices running Android 7.0 Nougat+. It’s pretty cool.

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    Samsung’s new SoundAssistant app gives you greater control over sound on your Galaxy device [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Opinion: Google+ isn’t dead, but it is drowning in spam (though it plans to do something about it)

    Google Question Mark Hero

    Last month Gideon Rosenblatt did a post on Google+ about the very platform, and it resonated with us here at AP. Many of you may know that we have invested a lot of our time here into Google+. After all, this is Android Police, and Google+ is as much a product of Google as Android is. But, we’ve been disheartened recently by issues with the social network. Most notably, a growing problem with spam.

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    Opinion: Google+ isn’t dead, but it is drowning in spam (though it plans to do something about it) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 review: It seems like $1,500 should get you more

    Smartwatches haven’t exactly taken off. In fact, a number of electronics companies have pulled back on plans for Android Wear including Motorola, Sony, and Asus. That’s left fewer smartphone makers in the fray, but there are also fashion designers and traditional watch designers dabbling in Wear. We will see a lot more of these smartwatches in 2017, and one of them is the extremely spendy Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45.

    This is the second Android Wear device from Tag Heuer, and like the first one, it’s being produced in partnership with Intel.

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    Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 review: It seems like $1,500 should get you more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Sprint offers the LG G6 at 50% off, Best Buy discounts the Verizon version even more to $288

    If you’ve been eying the quasi new LG G6 and you’re stuck indoors today and passing your time by browsing, you might have stumbled onto two super nice deals for the phone.

    First up, Sprint is offering 50% off the LG G6 by lowering the monthly installments from $29.5 to $14.75 over 24 months. That brings the price down to $360 total. The offer applies to existing “well-qualified” customers and new activations on Unlimited Freedom.

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    [Deal Alert] Sprint offers the LG G6 at 50% off, Best Buy discounts the Verizon version even more to $288 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • How to watch the Champions League in VR

    It’s time for the Champions League finals, and now you can watch in VR!

    The UEFA Champions League finals are nearly here, and you know what that means. Great Football matches from teams all over Europe competing against one another. Soccer, for those americans, but Football to everyone else. The UEFA has some great games, and this year they are more accessible than ever because you can watch right from YouTube. Even better, you’ll be able to watch in VR, provided you have a VR headset capable of using Youtube. We’ve got the details for you here!

    Read more at VRHeads.com!

  • Should I run a VPN on my Android phone?

    If you want or need to use a VPN, the pros outweigh the cons when it comes to using one on your phone, too.

    With recent news of privacy-eroding deregulation and the ever-present threat of online data theft, VPNs are in the news more than ever. While the merits of which one is the best and why is a hot subject, little attention is paid to the obvious question — should I use one on my phone?

    We’re here to talk about if you should and the reasons why!

    More: The best VPN services of 2017

    What is a VPN?

    A VPN is a Virtual Private Network. That’s a technical term for what’s essentially a welcome middleman between you and the internet at large.

    A VPN is a service you connect to that sends and receives data across the internet on your behalf. When you set up and enable a VPN, all of your internet traffic goes through it, both ways. Ideally, this traffic is encrypted and only the two parties who should have access to the information are able to use it.

    A VPN is a gateway tha…

  • Best Fitness Trackers Under $50

    For those interested in checking out fitness trackers on the cheap!

    It’s nearly summer which means many of us are scrambling to get more active and maybe slim down a bit before hitting the beach. And a fitness tracker can help you reach your goals, but there’s nothing worse than investing hundreds of dollars into a top-of-the-line Fitbit or fitness smartwatch only to wear it for a few weeks and then leave it to collect dust in a drawer.

    Fortunately, there are plenty of affordable fitness trackers out there for your consideration. They’re offered across a range of designs and you’re sure to find one that will meet your needs without breaking your bank.

    Here are the best fitness trackers you can buy for under $50!

    Xiaomi Mi Band 2
    Fitbit Zip
    Jawbone UP MOVE
    Misfit Flash

    Xiaomi Mi Band 2

    The Xiaomi Mi Band 2 is the latest fitness tracker from the Chinese company which is known for delivering quality products at a great price. It’s a great option for someone looking for a more t…

  • Star Trek: Bridge Crew Review — This right here is why VR exists

    This is the beginning of something amazing, and I’m here for every minute of it.

    No introduction is necessary here, right? Star Trek: Bridge Crew has been teased and shown off and talked about for over a year now, and the dividing line between people who can’t wait to work with friends to crew the USS Aegis and the people who would rather not already exists. And for good reason, because this game is exactly one thing — a multiplayer Star Trek simulator where you either communicate well and work together or your warp core turns your body into stardust as it explodes.

    If that’s not your idea of a good time, stop reading right now. Everyone else? Suit up, we’re got a lot to talk about.

    Read more at VR Heads!

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