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  • [Update: OnePlus 5 Open Beta 4] OnePlus 5T Open Beta 2 adds new clipboard and Switch apps, improves power consumption management, and more

    OnePlus’ second 2017 flagship has turned out to be one of my favorite phones, but the largest disappointment at launch was that it shipped with Nougat instead of Oreo. However, OnePlus kept true to its word that the 5T would get Oreo via an Open Beta before the end of the year.

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    [Update: OnePlus 5 Open Beta 4] OnePlus 5T Open Beta 2 adds new clipboard and Switch apps, improves power consumption management, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Conflicting Samsung Galaxy S9 launch date rumors explained

    Rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S9 launch and release date are beginning to spread. It will be revealed around MWC, but on which day? Here’s what the latest rumors say, plus our take.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Facebook promises to declutter Messenger app in 2018

    Facebook caught some heat for pushing people to use the Messenger app a few years back, but that may actually have been a kindness. Messenger was a much better app than the main Facebook client. Although, over time Messenger has become rather bloated and clunky in its own right. The head of Messenger now admits the app is too cluttered, and changes are on the way.

    Facebook’s plans for Messenger in the coming year are detailed in a new post by Messenger chief David Marcus.

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    Facebook promises to declutter Messenger app in 2018 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • How to customize your Chromebook launcher

    Make your Chromebook look the way you like it with these tips.

    If you’re using a Chromebook that has Google Play, you might be downloading a bunch of Android apps. If you don’t yet have Google Play on your Chromebook, you’re probably thinking of Android apps you want to install when it comes. With all those apps — and your Chrome apps — you’ll probably want to tidy things up a bit. Here’s how you can do it.

    Set your wallpaper and choose a theme

    Like your Android phone, your Chromebook has a launcher. It’s not an app that can be replaced with a third-party offering, it’s more like the desktop and start menu you would find on a Windows laptop. We’re not going to dig into the technical details here, but for our purposes, your Chromebook app launcher is your wallpaper, your “shelf” (the taskbar across the bottom) and the app drawer. There’s quite a bit you can do with these to make your Chromebook fit into your flow a little better. Let’s start with the obvious — …

  • 18 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last week (1/10/18 – 1/16/18)

    Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games 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.

    Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.



    Android Police coverage: OrangePixel’s open-world survival adventure ‘Ashworld’ just landed on the Play Store

    Ashworld is the latest game from OrangePixel, a studio well known for some fantastic pixel art games. Ashworld does not deviate from their style too much, but what is interesting is how its top-down survival gameplay has been combined with side-scrolling platforming.

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    18 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last week (1/10/18 – 1/16/18) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Facebook will ‘massively’ simplify Messenger in 2018

    Messenger is a mess, and Facebook has finally acknowledged this.

    Like a lot of people, I use Facebook Messenger on an almost daily basis to communicate with friends and family members. Although it’s not my preferred form of communication, it’s just what a lot of folks happen to use. However, I’ve been doing so with the Messenger Lite app on my phone since it was widely released last October.

    If you’ve used the regular Messenger app at any point over the last couple years, you’re well aware of the fact that it’s a bit of a nightmare. Between in-chat games, bots for Spotify and Uber, a Snapchat-like stories feature, and way more than we have time to get into, it’s quickly become bloated and filled to the brim with feature after feature that gets in the way of basic conversations.

    In a blog post talking about trends to look forward to in 2018, Facebook finally addressed this, saying:

    Over the last two years, we built a lot of capabilities to find the features that continue to set…

  • How to connect an external drive to your phone via USB

    Want to connect your smartphone to a flash drive or hard disk? Then you need USB OTG (on the go)! USB OTG isn’t anything new in the mobile device world, but its fantastically useful and not a whole lot of people know about it. So how do you use USB OT…

  • Best Tempered Glass Screen Protectors for the Moto G5 Plus

    What are the best tempered glass screen protectors for the Moto G5 Plus?

    The new Moto G5 Plus is an awesome budget phone with a 5.2-inch LCD screen that’s sure to impress — but only if you keep it safe from scratches and cracks.

    Your best bet? Buy a tempered glass screen protector.

    Sparin tempered glass screen protectors (two-pack)
    Supershieldz tempered glass screen protectors (three-pack)
    Mr Shield Tempered glass screen protectors (five-pack)
    LK tempered glass screen protectors (three-pack)

    Sparin tempered glass screen protector (two-pack)

    Sparin has consistently produced great tempered glass screen protectors, so you should be good to go with this two-pack of tempered glass screen protectors.

    Designed to cover the flat portion of the screen while leaving no unsightly halo around the edges, these leave room around the edges for a case which is good for those looking to completely protect their new phone. You’ll also enjoy the 2.5D round edges on these, which are kind …

  • I used the Google Pixelbook as my only laptop at CES – and it completely converted me

    The Google Pixelbook is a truly excellent piece of hardware, as I stated in my review of it over two months ago. The refrain so often heard about Chromebooks, though, is that Chrome OS’s limited application ecosystem prevents it from being a “serious”…

  • Voice Control, Call Activate! [#acpodcast]

    This week, Daniel Bader, Andrew Martonik, and Alex Dobie take a look at some fresh Samsung Galaxy S9 and LG G7 rumors before diving into Android Central’s Best of CES 2018 Awards.

    They also take a look at other news from the show, including Google Assistant penetration into the automotive market, Lenovo’s Smart Display, an NVIDIA 4K HDR TV, fingerprint sensor technology, Razer’s “Project Linda”, and more!

    Show Notes and Links:

    Samsung Galaxy S9 will be announced in February at MWC
    Samsung Galaxy S9: Rumors, Specs, Release Date, and More!
    LG will stop releasing new phones every year
    LG G7 (2018 flagship) rumor round-up: Everything you need to know
    Android Central’s Best of CES 2018 Awards!
    Google Assistant is now everywhere, including screens and cars
    Lenovo’s Smart Display is the Google Assistant answer to the Echo Show
    NVIDIA launching new 65-inch 4K HDR gaming displays with Android TV
    Razer’s Project Linda turns your phone into a laptop
    Android A…

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