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  • Fleksy keyboard is back with a new owner and dev team

    The Fleksy keyboard app had a dedicated group of users who were dismayed when the developers seemed to vanish last year. At the time, Fleksy announced that its development team was acquired by Pinterest, but the fate of the actual keyboard app was uncertain. Now, Fleksy is back under a new parent company called Thingthing, and there’s an updated version in the Play Store for the first time since April 2016.

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    Fleksy keyboard is back with a new owner and dev team was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google adds SOS alerts and disaster info to search results and Maps

    Back in 2014, Facebook introduced ‘Safety Check,’ which allows users to verify they are safe after a natural disaster or other terrible local event. Google has been working on something similar, but more geared towards keeping people informed if they’re in the midst of a crisis. The feature is called ‘SOS alerts,’ and it’s being rolled out today.


    If you search for something related to an ongoing disaster, you will now see a series of cards with official updates from governments, affected areas, and phone numbers to call for information.

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    Google adds SOS alerts and disaster info to search results and Maps was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Motorola announces Moto Z2 Force and 360 Camera Mod

    The Z2 series was kicked off last month with the Moto Z2 Play, and now the step-up version is official. The often leaked Moto Z2 Force is coming on August 10th, and you can preorder it now. Unlike last time, you’ll be able to get this phone on and carrier—AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon. There will also be an unlocked version. The pricing is really getting up there, though.

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    Motorola announces Moto Z2 Force and 360 Camera Mod was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • T-Mobile’s BOGO Moto Z2 Force deal may be the best out there

    T-Mobile is giving up to $750 back on the purchase of two Moto Z2 Force units.

    While five U.S. carriers are offering the Moto Z2 Force starting August 10, T-Mobile is offering a BOGO deal that may be worth looking into.

    The carrier’s putting the phone up for pre-order today, July 25, at 12:30pm ET and offering a rebate on the second purchase of a Moto Z2 Force valued at $750.

    Buy one, get one! Purchase two Z2 Force Editions on EIP and add a new line of service and we’ll send you a Prepaid MasterCard® Card for $750, covering the cost of one of your new flagship phones. Plus, Motorola is offering a new Insta-Share Projector (a $299.99 value) to anyone that purchases a Z2 Force Edition through September 9 (or while supplies last). You can take advantage of both deals, but only one projector per account.

    This isn’t a new deal from T-Mobile — the company did it with the Galaxy S8 and other phones before it — but if you’re thinking of adding an additional line, it’s…

  • Deal: Save 50% on a brand new LG G6 from Sprint

    If you’re in the market for a new device, the LG G6 is still one of the best Android phones you can buy right now. If you sign up for Sprint’s Unlimited Freedom Plan you can snag the awesome LG G6 phone for half off. With zero down for the device, you’ll pay just $14.75 a month for 24 months (down from the usual full price of $30 per month) in addition to the well-priced $50 Unlimited data plan.

    Sprint’s Unlimited Freedom Plan includes:

    Unlimited Talk, Text and High-Speed Data
    (Customers who use more than 23GB of data during a billing cycle may experience slower speeds temporarily during times of high network congestion.)
    10GB of data usage for mobile spot
    HD video streaming with video streams at up to 1080p+ resolution and music streams at 1.5 mbps
    Virtual private network (VPN)
    If you’re a fan (or soon-to-be fan) of the LG G, then this is a very sweet deal that won’t have you throwing down a heap of cash up-front. Hit the link below for more details!

    Buy at Sprint

  • Android O feature spotlight: Text-to-speech has an experimental always-on language detection option

    Google’s Text-to-speech (TTS) is an accessibility feature that’s long been a part of Android. It’s a screen reader that can read aloud anything currently on display, a vital utility for users who are blind or partially-sighted. TTS isn’t updated very often, but when it is it’s usually to add something meaningful. The last update added support for new languages, as well as pronunciation and intonation improvements. We’ve now been made aware that there’s an also an experimental always-on language detection switch, available to those using Android O.

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    Android O feature spotlight: Text-to-speech has an experimental always-on language detection option was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Ultimate List of Moto Mods

    Want to give your Moto Z an ego boost? Tack on one of these magnetic modular backs.

    Motorola’s Moto Z series phones are all modular, and can take advantage of Motorola’s proprietary Moto Mods. You can buy them separately online or through your carrier. Once you snap them on, the phone knows how to utilize them from there.

    Which phones are compatible with Moto Mods?

    As of writing, there are five phones compatible with Moto Mods:

    Moto Z
    Moto Z Force Droid
    Moto Z Play
    Moto Z2 Play
    Moto Z2 Force Edition
    Complete list of Moto Mods

    JBL SoundBoost

    The music is better when you’re dancing to it with your friends. Bring your Spotify playlists to life with the JBL SoundBoost speaker ($79.99), which snaps on to the Moto Z and has a built-in kickstand. The mod is comprised of two 27mm speakers with 6W of power each. You can use the speaker to broadcast conference calls and make sure everyone in the room can hear what’s being said back at headquarters. There’s also an extra 1000 mAh of bat…

  • Moto Z2 Force Edition specs: Snapdragon 835, 4 or 6GB RAM, 2730mAh battery

    What’s inside the Moto Z2 Force Edition?

    The Moto Z2 Force Edition is the company’s most powerful, and flexible, phone ever. It’s made to take a beating, with its break-proof ShatterShield screen cover technology, but at 6.1mm thin it’s extremely easy to wield in one hand. And while the Moto Z2 Force Edition is the spitting image of the Moto Z2 Play, it features a dual camera setup and a high-resolution Super AMOLED display. The only real downgrade from the Moto Z2 Play, and the original Force, is the battery size: reduced to 2730mAh, the phone falls back on Moto Mods support to extend uptime.

    Operating System
    Android 7.1.1 Nougat
    5.5-inch 1440p Super AMOLEDShatterShield shatterproof display
    Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core
    Adreno 540
    4GB (U.S.) 6GB (ROW)
    64GB (U.S.) 128GB (China)
    Yes, up to 2TB
    USB-C 15W TurboPower fast charging
    Water resistance
    Water-repellent nano-coatin…

  • Motorola’s latest Moto Mod is a snap-on 360-degree camera

    The Moto 360 name is back, but not in the way you think.

    Motorola’s newest Moto Mod isn’t another battery — thank goodness — nor a speaker. It’s not a wireless charging add-on nor a gamepad (though I really want that, too). It’s not even a camera — at least not in the traditional sense.

    The latest Moto Mod is a 360-degree camera, similar to Samsung’s Gear 360 or Ricoh’s Theta S, except that this one snaps on to the back of any Moto Z smartphone. The benefits are many: it’s extremely thin for a camera, because the size can be distributed throughout the length of the phone. It’s also very light, because it uses the phone’s battery for power. And perhaps best of all, there’s no awkward transferring of photos to the phone using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi; the camera is connected using the pins on the Moto Z series rear ports, so files are stored on the phone (or a microSD card) for immediate editing or sharing.

    The camera itself has two 13MP cameras at 1/2.8″, for a pixel si…

  • Moto Z2 Force Edition is official: 2730mAh battery, Snapdragon 835, ShatterShield display

    Motorola combines two devices and keeps it high end.

    Motorola’s top-end flagship for 2017 is the Moto Z2 Force Edition, a year-on follow-up to the Moto Z2 Force Droid but in many ways the “standard” Moto Z as well. The Moto Z2 Force understandably conforms to a similar design as the first-gen Moto Z line on account of its Moto Mod compatibility, but makes improvements in a few key areas and provides a top-end counterpoint to the previously announced Moto Z2 Play.

    The star of the show, just like last year, is the 5.5-inch AMOLED screen at QHD resolution that carriers the “ShatterShield” brand and a four-year shatterproof guarantee. It’s paired with a 7000 series aluminum frame and metal back to keep the “Force” name alive, though that isn’t also paired with an increased water resistance rating.

    On the face of it there are some curious decisions here.

    Just as expected we’re looking at a Snapdragon 835 running the show, paired with 4GB of RAM in the U.S. or 6GB elsewhere in t…

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