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  • Android Messages v3.5 adds new Material UI with dark mode [APK Download]

    Both Google Phone and Google Contacts had Material redesigns earlier this month. As such, people began speculating that Android Messages would also soon be revamped, and it’s finally happened. On top of the redesign, version 3.5 of Android Messages also brings a long-awaited dark mode.

    left: Old. right: New.

    My first thought when seeing this new interface was that it resembles Samsung’s messaging app quite strongly, with the all-white background and the pastel colors for contact photos.

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    Android Messages v3.5 adds new Material UI with dark mode [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Update: Winners] We’re giving away 30 BESTEK ‘Phone Holders with Car Suction Mounts,’ plus 11% off coupons for everyone else [US]

    The BESTEK Phone Holder with Car Suction Mount is a versatile 2-in-1 mount that makes an excellent choice for your phone mounting needs at home, the office, and on the go. So if you are looking for a convenient way to mount your phone, you are in luck. BESTEK and AP have teamed up to give away 30 BESTEK Phone Holders with Car Suction Mounts to our US readers. We also have a $4-off coupon available as a convenience for those of you who would like to purchase one today.

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    [Update: Winners] We’re giving away 30 BESTEK ‘Phone Holders with Car Suction Mounts,’ plus 11% off coupons for everyone else [US] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Skype Preview for Android will soon relay SMS messages from your PC and Mac

    You’ll soon be able to send and receive SMS messages on your Android phone via Skype for desktop.

    Skype is making a bid to be your texting app of choice with its latest preview update. The Skype Preview app for Android has been updated with a new “SMS Connect” feature that will let you send and receive SMS messages from the Skype app on your PC or Mac (via Windows Blog Italia).

    Unfortunately, while the option to turn on SMS Connect now appears in Skype Preview’s settings on Android, it doesn’t appear you can enable it just yet. Regardless, Microsoft is promoting the feature with an update to the Skype Preview app on desktop, which offers the option to use Skype SMS or the new SMS Connect. From the description:

    Use Skype on your PC or Mac to read and reply to your Android phone’s SMS messages. To get started, tap the button to install Skype on your Android phone.

    We aren’t yet seeing the preview update on Windows 10, but the folks at OnMSFT have reported it is rolling out a…

  • Bendy in Nightmare Run is a new endless runner with a slick ’20s cartoon theme

    Okay, I know endless runners are played out at this point as far as mobile games go, but every once in a while something lands on the Play Store that bucks the trend. The newly released Bendy in Nightmare Run is one such game. Not only does it use a slick ’20s cartoon theme for its art design, but the swipe-based gameplay isn’t all that bad either. So if you are ready for a very challenging endless runner that contains some of the coolest graphics on Android to date, Bendy in Nightmare Run is a perfect choice.

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    Bendy in Nightmare Run is a new endless runner with a slick ’20s cartoon theme was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Protect your Fortnite account by enabling two-factor authentication

    Keep your Fortnite account secure with this simple move.

    Take a break from getting Victory Royales on Fortnite to read this important piece of advice: you can, and should add two-factor authentication to your Epic Games account. It’s easy and takes all but a few minutes to get it done, and you’ll be glad you did.

    What’s two-factor authentication?

    Two-factor authentication is a security system that requires two levels of authentication for logging into an account. In most scenarios, the first level will be your typical password, and while a strong password alone is a good start, it’s not foolproof. If someone were to find out your password somehow, they’d be escorted right into your account like they own the place.

    But with two-factor authentication, the person trying to break or hack into your account would need a secondary, separate form of authentication to get going. In most cases, this second factor is some sort of security code sent to your email address or phone but could b…

  • Wi-Fi doesn’t work: what’s the solution?

    If you’re having trouble connecting to Wi-Fi on your Android device, then one of these solutions should hold the key. We’ll get you connected in no time!(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Google One storage plans launched in the US

    The re-branded and upgraded Google One storage plans are now available in America. Get all the details regarding the new service, benefits and see if you are in line for a free upgrade.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • The best phones on Verizon

    We’re a virtual company made up of tech experts from across the globe. We live and breathe Android phones, and use nearly every one to find the best Verizon picks for you.

    The Pixel 2 XL is available exclusively through Verizon, and offers everything an Android enthusiast could ask for. Its display has had some issue in the past, but it still offers a great viewing experience with dual front-facing speakers and an 18:9 aspect ratio. Combined with the cleanest build of Android 9 Pie around, the Pixel 2 XL is hard to resist.

    Our Pick

    Google Pixel 2 XL

    $849 from Verizon

    Simply as Android as Android gets.

    The Pixel 2 XL isn’t just a great phone; it’s Google’s vision of what an Android phone should be. The Pixel 2 XL offers the best Android experience around, and it’s already been updated to Android 9 Pie.

    Who should buy this phone?

    Customers who value a clean software experience over all else. The Pixel 2 XL features Android in its purest form, with instant updates to the latest …

  • Galaxy Note9 review: It’s $1000, and it’s the one to get

    Spending $1000 on a smartphone is something we’d all probably have balked at just five years ago. How times have changed.
    The Galaxy Note9 is Samsung’s first mainstream handset to crest the magical four-digit mark, and I sincerely doubt it will be the…

  • Google Coach is reportedly Google’s new health/wellness service for Wear OS

    Coach will track your workouts, suggest exercises to do, plan healthy dinners, etc.

    Way back in March of this year, I wrote an editorial titled “Android Wear needs way more than just a Wear OS rebrand.” In that piece, one of my main talking points was about how Google desperately needs to overhaul Google Fit if it was any shot at success in the wearable field.

    Well, according to a new report from Android Police, it looks like my wish may soon be answered.

    Google’s reportedly working on a brand-new health/wellness platform for Wear OS called “Google Coach.” Coach will likely replace Google Fit, as part of its focus will be on tracking your workouts, steps, calories-burned etc.

    All the makings are here for an excellent fitness + health platform.

    However, Google Coach will go the extra mile by gathering all of the relevant data Google collects about you and use that to help you make better decisions. Some examples of this include:

    Recommending certain workouts to do
    Offer an a…

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