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  • Allo, is anybody out there? A brief history of Google’s ill-fated messenger

    Two days ago it was revealed that development for Allo was temporarily suspended while Google redoubles its efforts at spreading the gospel of RCS under the more marketable name “Chat.” Even so, the company has reassured consumers that it is still committed to supporting Allo. But the news makes it hard not to visualize Allo being sent to the same “still supported” farm where other Google services like Hangouts reside.

    While Allo’s fate hangs in limbo, let’s take a look back at the service since its announcement, and speculate a bit on how it got there. 

    I actually wrote a more detailed retrospective of the service last summer for the one year anniversary, but in light of recent developments and the changes since then, we thought that an updated and simplified survey of the app’s history was in order.

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    Allo, is anybody out there? A brief history of Google’s ill-fated messenger was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Is Fitbit Coach worth the annual subscription?

    Tag me in, Coach!

    My primary fitness activity is running, but as a guy who played football and rugby in college, and for many years as an adult, I also understand the importance of other types of exercise in order to support a healthy lifestyle.

    At this time in my life, it is not a priority to pack up my gear, head to a gym, and dedicate an hour or more of my time to workouts at a facility since it is already tough to carve out an hour to hit the road for a good run. I am also a very competitive person and tend to do more than planned when I have people around that I can compete with — so working out alone suits me just fine.

    I’ve been focusing on bodyweight exercises as a mechanism to add some crosstraining to my life and have found that you can achieve results with nothing more than your own body, shoes, and shorts.

    The Fitbit Versa comes preloaded with Fitbit Coach and three free bodyweight exercise options. Short videos on your phone, or animations on your Versa, will s…

  • Is Fitbit Coach worth the annual subscription?

    Tag me in, Coach!

    My primary fitness activity is running, but as a guy who played football and rugby in college, and for many years as an adult, I also understand the importance of other types of exercise in order to support a healthy lifestyle.

    At this time in my life, it is not a priority to pack up my gear, head to a gym, and dedicate an hour or more of my time to workouts at a facility since it is already tough to carve out an hour to hit the road for a good run. I am also a very competitive person and tend to do more than planned when I have people around that I can compete with — so working out alone suits me just fine.

    I’ve been focusing on bodyweight exercises as a mechanism to add some crosstraining to my life and have found that you can achieve results with nothing more than your own body, shoes, and shorts.

    The Fitbit Versa comes preloaded with Fitbit Coach and three free bodyweight exercise options. Short videos on your phone, or animations on your Versa, will s…

  • [Update: Go and Mini apps too] Play Store now recommending lite apps to some users

    Over the past year or two, we’ve seen a rise of ‘lite’ apps – lightweight alternative applications for popular services.

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    [Update: Go and Mini apps too] Play Store now recommending lite apps to some users was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Huawei P20 Pro and P20 Lite launch in India: Everything you need to know

    The Huawei P20 Pro aims to take on the Galaxy S9+ and Pixel 2 XL in the high-end segment.

    Huawei is expanding aggressively in global markets, but the company relies on its subsidiary Honor to drive a bulk of its sales in India. Newer models in the Mate series never made their way to India, which is a shame as the battery-focused models would’ve been ideal for the subcontinent, where a large battery is a table stakes feature at this point.

    There really isn’t a whole lot of choice if you’re in the market for a high-end phone — you’ll either have to go with the Galaxy S9+ or the Pixel 2 XL, but Huawei is looking to change that with its latest flagship. The P20 Pro and P20 Lite will be going on sale in the country early next month, and there’s a lot to like with either device. Here’s what you need to know about Huawei’s latest phones.

    Huawei P20 Lite and P20 Pro: Hardware

    Let’s start off with the P20 Pro, as the device is one of the most exciting phones of the year. The pho…

  • Moto G6 Plus vs. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro: Spec comparison

    Here’s an early look at how the Moto G6 Plus compares to Xiaomi’s budget behemoth.

    Xiaomi extended its lead in the budget segment with the launch of the Redmi Note 5 Pro earlier this year, which demonstrated the brand’s ability to offer incredible value for money. Featuring a Snapdragon 636, up to 6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, overhauled cameras, and a 4000mAh battery, there really isn’t much wrong with the device.

    Motorola will be looking to take a slice out of Xiaomi’s market share in India with the launch of the upcoming Moto G6 series. India is Motorola’s second-largest market after Brazil, and its Moto G series was always well-received in the country. The Moto G6 Plus has key improvements over its predecessor, including a more premium design that sees a glass back, USB-C, Wi-Fi ac, and the switch to an 18:9 form factor.

    The Moto G6 series fields three phones — the Moto G6 Play, Moto G6, and the Moto G6 Plus — and given that India is a key market for Motorola, all t…

  • Moto G6 Plus vs. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro: Spec comparison

    Here’s an early look at how the Moto G6 Plus compares to Xiaomi’s budget behemoth.

    Xiaomi extended its lead in the budget segment with the launch of the Redmi Note 5 Pro earlier this year, which demonstrated the brand’s ability to offer incredible value for money. Featuring a Snapdragon 636, up to 6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, overhauled cameras, and a 4000mAh battery, there really isn’t much wrong with the device.

    Motorola will be looking to take a slice out of Xiaomi’s market share in India with the launch of the upcoming Moto G6 series. India is Motorola’s second-largest market after Brazil, and its Moto G series was always well-received in the country. The Moto G6 Plus has key improvements over its predecessor, including a more premium design that sees a glass back, USB-C, Wi-Fi ac, and the switch to an 18:9 form factor.

    The Moto G6 series fields three phones — the Moto G6 Play, Moto G6, and the Moto G6 Plus — and given that India is a key market for Motorola, all t…

  • [Deal Alert] Google celebrates World Book Day with over 50% off several ebooks and audiobooks

    April 23rd is World Book Day, and Google is commemorating the occasion with discounts on multiple books on Google Play. The discounts apply not only to regular ebooks, which have existed on Google Play for quite some time, but to audiobooks as well, which were launched just earlier this year.

    You’ll find some pretty good discounts, with many ranging from 50% to 80% off the initial price of the book.

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    [Deal Alert] Google celebrates World Book Day with over 50% off several ebooks and audiobooks was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • LG G7 ThinQ: Rumors, Specs, Release Date, and More!

    The LG G6 was a solid phone that got overshadowed by the competition. With the G7 ThinQ, LG isn’t going to let that happen again.

    When talking about underrated phones from 2017, it’s almost impossible to not mention the LG G6. LG made a huge comeback following the disaster that was the G5, but devices like the Samsung Galaxy S8 simply ate the G6 for breakfast and didn’t leave it with much of a fighting chance to stand out from the crowd.

    LG needs a winner this year with the G6’s successor, and this is everything we know so far about its upcoming flagship.

    April 23, 2018 — G7 ThinQ shown off again in best renders to-date

    A few days after leaking an official press render for the phone, Evan Blass strikes again with an even clearer look at the G7 ThinQ.

    As you can see from the photo above, the render reiterates a lot of what we’ve already been expecting — a notch, dual rear cameras, and a physical button for launching Google Assistant. Also, there’s a headphone jack!

  • Huawei P20 Pro vs Pixel 2 XL: clash of cameras

    It’s impossible not to compare the P20 Pro and Pixel 2XL, the two smartphones with the best camera available. The software experience, price, design and features offered by the two devices are different: this is why the challenge becomes interesting(Th…

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