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  • Jam City officially launches ‘Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery’ on Android

    Earlier this month we learned that Jam City was planning to release their officially licensed Harry Potter choose your own adventure game on April 25th, and it looks like they have held true to their word. This means you can grab Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery from the Play Store and start on your wizarding adventure as you attend your first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

    After a lengthy beta program, it would seem that Jam City has decided that Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is finally ready for the masses.

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    Jam City officially launches ‘Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery’ on Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 17 features and tricks to help you get started with Spotify

    Spotify is one of the world’s most popular music streaming services, with 157 million active users (as of December 2017) and over 35 million songs. Originally born in Sweden, it quickly gained popularity as it expanded outside of its home country. Fra…

  • Navigate hands-free while biking with iOttie’s $20 Bike & Bar Phone Mount

    Get around with ease and this handy phone mount.

    If you’re looking for an easier solution for navigating and using your phone while biking, riding a motorcycle or even taking a walk with a stroller, look no further. The iOttie Active Edge Bike & Bar Mount is currently on sale at Amazon for $19.99, a savings of around $15 off its regular price. This is also the lowest it’s dropped in price there since late 2015. The discount is available on any color of the mount, including Black, Indigo Blue and Electric Lime.

    This universal bike & bar mounting system can fit on bars any diameter between 0.85 inches and 1.4 inches. It allows for your phone’s orientation to remain fully adjustable so you can quickly switch from portrait to landscape view. The arms will fit devices with a case that measure up to 3 inches wide and up to 6.5 inches in height. The cradle portion of the mount covers three corners of your device to secure it in place.

    Just under 200 customers at Amazon have revie…

  • You can now upload multiple photos/videos to Instagram Stories at once

    It’s also easier to find the location tag you’re looking for.

    I’ve recently begun using Instagram Stories in place of Snapchat, and for the most part, the experience has been a great one. Now, it’s going to get even better thanks to a couple new features making their way to the Android app.

    The biggest change is the ability to upload multiple photos and videos to Instagram Stories at once. From the page where you usually upload content to Stories, you’ll see a new button near the top right of your screen. Tapping this will bring up your gallery of photos/videos, and you can choose up to 10 of them to upload at once.

    Once your content is selected, you’ll see them lined up at the bottom. Tapping on each photo will bring it into a fullscreen view with options for adding stickers, filters, etc. as you normally would.

    Instagram’s also making it easier to find a location tag for where a photo or video you took was captured. Per Instagram –

    It’s also now faster to find the r…

  • Interview: Motorola President Sergio Buniac sparked Latin America success, but growth doesn’t stop there

    The company has seen massive growth in one region, and now the sights are set globally.

    Motorola is a bigger deal than many of us realize. It holds a second-place market share position in several countries, and is extremely popular across massive markets like Brazil and India. It’s even become the top unlocked phone brand in the U.S. And Motorola’s new President, Sergio Buniac, thinks it can go much further — and has a proven plan to work with.

    I had the opportunity to sit down with Mr. Buniac for about a half hour over some espresso and pão de queijo, which really is how I aim to conduct all of my interviews going forward. We discussed where Motorola stands today, where it’s headed, and how it plans to replicate its successful Latin American strategy globally. We were also joined by Rudi Kalil, Vice President of Motorola North America, to provide further insight into Motorola’s goals here.

    A success story in Latin America

    After 20 years with Motorola, Buniac came to…

  • Today only, these Black + Decker compact hand vacuums are down to just $20

    Today only, Amazon is offering these Black+Decker Compact Lithium Hand Vacuums for only $19.98 apiece. There are several different colors to choose from, and this price is a historic low for almost all of the options. The average price for these is right around $35, with a little wiggle room for some of the less popular colors (like this awesome teal option.)

    Almost 1,000 users gave these vacuums a collective 3.9 out of 5 star rating. The vacuum promises to be lightweight while remaining powerful. They’re also easy to charge and easy to clean. The dirt bowl is clear, so you can see when it’s time to dump it, and there are no bags necessary. You’ll get the vacuum, a crevice tool, an upholstery brush, a wall-mount charger, and a base.

    I love these for cleaning out my vehicle, but there are tons of other uses, too. Vacuum the mess that your broom and dustpan always seem to miss, keep kitty litter areas clean, make the carpet on your steps look nice, or suck up the glitter and paper sc…

  • Amazon teases upcoming Fire TV Cube streaming device

    A new page appeared on Amazon yesterday: white text on a blue backdrop, asking “What is Fire TV Cube?” with a button to sign up for email updates. The question, obviously rhetorical, is a clear teaser for a new Fire TV device.

    AFTVnews reports that t…

  • The new Amazon Echo Dot Kids edition has parental controls and a worry-free guarantee

    Don’t let your kids accidentally order pizza anymore.

    The other day a family member asked me to help him figure out how his youngest daughter, who isn’t even two yet, was spending money on his Fire tablet. She had apparently spent more than $20 just clicking around and buying random videos. I showed him how to set up parental controls and block those activities from happening automatically but not before accidentally spending $2 myself. Amazon does not put a lot of barriers between you and spending money, and that can be an issue if you have young children. Especially when they learn to say “Alexa.”

    Today, Amazon introduced the Echo Dot Kids Edition along with upgraded versions of the FreeTime and the more advanced FreeTime Unlimited services.

    Let’s start with the Echo Dot Kids Edition. It is available for pre-order for $79.99, comes in three basic colors, and will release on May 9. For the most part it looks just like a regular Echo Dot, but it comes with a kid-friendly rubber cas…

  • Hands-on with Google Tasks: Another beautiful but disjointed way to get things done with Google

    Google just launched its rumored Tasks revamp alongside a new Gmail experience this morning. The new interface will show up inside Gmail, if you activate the latter’s redesign, and also comes with a new Android (APK Mirror) and iOS app. In this post, we’ll take a look at what Tasks can – and can’t – do and see how well polished its experience is.

    Getting started

    After installing the Tasks app on your phone, you launch straight into one onboarding screen followed by your My Tasks list.

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    Hands-on with Google Tasks: Another beautiful but disjointed way to get things done with Google was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Would you like a flat screen on the Galaxy Note 9?

    A matter of form vs. function.

    Samsung’s been dabbling with curved displays for quite a few years now, but since the launch of the Galaxy S8 series last year, the company’s gone all in on these curves for its flagship phones. The Note 8 and S9 series that followed the S8 also came equipped with curved sides, and with the Note 9 on the horizon, people are debating whether or not this is a trend that should stick around.

    Some of our forum users recently started talking about if they want to see a curved screen on the Note 9, and for the most part, they seem to want flat displays to make a return.

    recDNA
    04-24-2018 01:45 PM

    I would pay extra for a Note 9 with a flat screen the same size and screen ratio as my old Note 7.
    Reply

    Rukbat
    04-24-2018 02:42 PM

    We can “get” curved protectors, but they still don’t lie as flat as p…

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