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  • Start off the week with 34 temporarily free and 25 on-sale apps

    It’s the end of September, if you can believe that, which means that I have a lot of assignments and work to get done before Saturday. Still, I have taken the time to compile the first app sales post of this final week of the month. There are a few goodies to be had, which be bolded.

    Free

    Apps

    1. Millimeter Pro – ruler and protractor on screen $1.49 -> Free; 1 day left
    2. Music Cube – Pro Music Player $2.99 -> Free; 2 days left
    3. 80s Music Radio Pro $1.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    4. Fractions Math Pro $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    5. Temperature Converter Pro $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    6. AccSpeed $0.99 -> Free; 6 days left
    7. Teach Your Monster to Read – Phonics and Reading $4.99 -> Free; 6 days left
    8. Binary Calculator Pro $0.99 -> Free; 7 days left
    9. Handy Data Logger $1.49 -> Free; 7 days left

    Games

    1. Hexasmash 2 – Physics Ball Shooter Puzzle $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
    2. Hook $0.99 -> Free; 1 day left
    3. Survival Game: Lost Island PRO $1.49 -> Free; 3 days left
    4. Ball Reach $0.99 -> Free; 4 days left
    5. Buff Knight Advanced – Retro RPG Runner $0.99 -> Free; 4 days left
    6. Kidz Hub : All-in-One Preschool Games for Kids $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    7. Kombo King $0.99 -> Free; 5 days left
    8. Tom the Tow Truck: Drive in Car City – Mini Mango $2.49 -> Free; 5 days left
    9. パネルでパズル!!

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    Start off the week with 34 temporarily free and 25 on-sale apps was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google extends security updates for Nexus 5X and 6P to November 2018

    Google has followed the same device support pattern for years – two years of major Android OS updates, and three years of security updates. You might get Android updates after that, and you might get further security updates, but it’s not guaranteed. …

  • 16 new and notable (and 2 WTF) Android apps from the last week (9/19/17 – 9/25/17)

    Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info….

  • Google is finally adding support for Reminders to Google Home

    Better late than never — support for reminders is coming to Google Home!

    Google has been slow and steady at adding features to the Google Home since its debut last year. One key feature that has been missing is the ability to create reminders, but it appears that feature will be added soon.

    According to a freshly published support page found by Android Police, you’ll soon be able to use your Google Home to set time-based reminders (ex. “Remind me to call Mom this Sunday at noon.”) and recurring time-based reminders (ex. “Remind me to take my medicine every day at 8 p.m.”) using just your voice, with all reminders being sent to the Google app on your phone. You’ll also be able to ask your Google Home about your upcoming reminders (Ex. “What are my reminders?”) and delete single or all reminders as needed.

    It’s the same functionality as you’d find on Google Assistant on your phone, except with your Google Home speaker, so you don’t need to look at your phone for confirmation. …

  • HTC One M9 on Verizon updated to Android 7.0 Nougat

    HTC isn’t exactly known for speedy updates, but the company has been known to push them quickly in some cases. This is definitely not one of those cases. Slightly over a year since the release of Android 7.0, the One M9 on Verizon is finally getting a Nougat update.

    The Verizon variant is the last One M9 model to receive Android 7.0 Nougat, at least in the US. T-Mobile was the first in MarchSprint pushed the update in April, and AT&T released it in May.

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    HTC One M9 on Verizon updated to Android 7.0 Nougat was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Siri now uses Google to search instead of Bing

    Bye bye, Bing — Apple is now using Google as its default for Siri and Spotlight web search results.

    Yes, it has finally happened. According to a statement released by Apple today, now when you ask Siri a question and it falls back on a web search, the default search engine used will be Google instead of Microsoft’s Bing. The company had the following to say about the change, citing the consistency of search results as the reason behind it:

    Switching to Google as the web search provider for Siri, Search within iOS and Spotlight on Mac will allow these services to have a consistent web search experience with the default in Safari. We have strong relationships with Google and Microsoft and remain committed to delivering the best user experience possible.

    TechCrunch further explained the ins and outs of Siri’s functionality post-Bing:

    The search results include regular ‘web links’ as well as video results. Web image results from Siri will still come from Bing, for now. B…

  • Stop searching for a place to plug-in and charge with the $5 RAVPower mini battery pack

    This small portable charger can fit in your pocket keep your phone charged to full!

    The whole point of the smartphone revolution was we could carry the power of a full-blown computer in our pocket. We didn’t have to make room for more stuff… until it came time to charge the battery. Then you needed a backpack just to carry all your cords and power adapters and giant, monolithic, battery packs.

    That’s the beauty of a mini external charger like the RAVPower Luster Mini 3350mAh portable battery pack. It can fit in your pocket, or purse, and you don’t have to go out of your way to keep your phone juiced up. Right now it’s down to $4.99 with code RAV3K5SD.

    Its normal street price is $11. We haven’t seen another deal on this RAVPower since the end of August and that deal only dropped it to $7, not $5.

    Despite its size, it still has enough power to fully charge an iPhone 7 and similar phones. Assuming you actually leave the house with a full charge (and didn’t forget to charge it all …

  • Verizon discontinues the Wear24 smartwatch after just 4 months

    Verizon announced its very own Android Wear smartwatch earlier this year, powered by its LTE network. It started selling the Wear24 in May for $300 on contract and $350 without one. That seemed like an interesting proposition when consumers have shown little interest even in cheap smartwatches. Verizon didn’t let this product languish too long, though. We’ve confirmed with the carrier that Wear24 is dead.

    Verizon didn’t actually announce the smartwatch was going away.

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    Verizon discontinues the Wear24 smartwatch after just 4 months was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google extends Nexus 5X and 6P security updates until Nov. 2018

    Google has updated its ‘Minimum update & support period’ to show an extra couple of months for the Nexus 6P and 5X.

    Back when Google began separating out security patches from platform updates, it established a cadence for its Nexus line that stands true today: two years for platform updates — in other words, two major releases — and three years for security patches, rolled out monthly.

    It appears that, for some reason, Google has decided to extend the security update portion of the Nexus 5X and 6P. As first spotted by Droid Life, both phones will receive security patches until November 2018, two months longer than originally planned. While the extension could be because one of Google’s vendor partners — say, Qualcomm — extended its contract, it’s also possible that the change is merely because Google can do it, so it is. Neither phone is expected to be upgraded to Android P when it debuts next year, so Google likely wants them to be as stable on Oreo as…

  • Genesis, the luxury arm of Hyundai, now does personal test drives via an app

    Hyundai has been pushing the tech envelope when it comes to its new luxury brand Genesis. The company recently rolled out support for Google Assistant, but now you can even arrange for a test drive from the convenience of the Genesis Valet app. There’…

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