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  • Google Voice v2018.28 moves nav bar to the bottom [APK Download]

    More and more Android apps have been switching to bottom nav bars lately. They might not look as nice, but nav bars on the top are just too hard to reach. Google Voice, which returned from the dead last year, is the latest app to join this club, and we’ve got the APK.

     

    left: Old. right: New.

    Aside from the movement of the bar itself, each icon has also received a label.

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    Google Voice v2018.28 moves nav bar to the bottom [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Apex Launcher’s first update in a year falls flat on its face, and users are understandably pissed

    One of the most powerful ways you can take control of your smartphone and really set the tone for your mobile user experience is by switching up your launcher. There are plenty of alternatives out there, from big, popular options like Nova Launcher to…

  • We tried the new Ghostbusters World AR game, and it is spooky good

    A brand new take on a classic franchise

    At San Diego Comic-Con 2018 Columbia Pictures showed off a new game based in the Ghostbusters franchise. Called Ghostbusters World, the game is an AR game where essentially you walk around the real world catching ghosts. There is a little more to it of course so let’s get into it.

    How does it work?

    Like other AR games, you walk around in the real world where assorted ghosts will spawn for you to fight and capture. The demo showed off many varieties of ghosts that seemed to appear randomly, of course, the demo probably had a higher spawn rate than the actual game but even in the demo, the variety of ghosts seemed extensive.

    After you tap the ghost the AR screen appears and you have to use the PKE meter to scan the area for the ghost. This is really just to use the ARCore and ARKit to scan the floor so the ghost interacts correctly with the ground and surrounding area but it fits so well into the game that it feels seamless. Of course, you …

  • The Nokia 6.1 Plus is the China-exclusive X6 with Android One

    Nokia climbed aboard the screen notch bandwagon a few months back with the X6, a China-exclusive phone with a 5.8-inch display and a chin. Now, that same piece of hardware is launching in a few more markets as the Nokia 6.1 Plus. It has the same specs…

  • The Nokia 6.1 Plus is the China-exclusive X6 with Android One

    Nokia climbed aboard the screen notch bandwagon a few months back with the X6, a China-exclusive phone with a 5.8-inch display and a chin. Now, that same piece of hardware is launching in a few more markets as the Nokia 6.1 Plus. It has the same specs…

  • First Marvel Battle Lines trailer shows off the free-to-play mobile game

    Get ready to have 200+ characters at your disposal.

    If you’re a Marvel fan, there’s no shortage of mobile games to choose from. One of the latest coming out this year, Marvel Battle Lines, recently got shown off with its first official trailer at San Diego Comic-Con.

    The trailer’s mostly cinematic and doesn’t show a ton of actual gameplay, but it’s still a great way to get hyped for the title.

    Battle Lines is a free-to-play card game and promises over 200 characters across Marvel’s catalog of heroes and villains. Some highlights include Black Panther, Thor, Spider Gwen, and Captain Marvel.

    Along with card-based gameplay, developer Nexon says there will also be “an all-new original Marvel story.”

    You can pre-register for Marvel Battle Lines on the Play Store now and the game’s on-track for a release later this year. If you do pre-register, you’ll get an exclusive Doctor Strange Super Hero card + 5,000 in-game gold to use when Battle Lines launches.

    Pre-register: Marvel Battle …

  • [Deal Alert] Verizon has the Moto G6 for $5/month for 24 months with a new line ($120 off)

    Motorola’s G-series phones generally provide a pretty great bang for your buck. The recent G6 is no exception, and Verizon has it for a very appealing price — if you’re looking to open a new line of service. In that case, the G6 is just five bucks a month, coming to $120 over two years, interest-free.

    This deal has been going on for a few weeks now, and Verizon hasn’t said when it’s set to end.

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    [Deal Alert] Verizon has the Moto G6 for $5/month for 24 months with a new line ($120 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Instagram now shows you when friends are online

    A simple tool that makes it easier to chat.

    The Instagram app is loaded with all sorts of features these days, one of which is the ability to send direct messages to friends and family members. Thanks to a new update that’s rolling out, it’ll now be easier to get in touch with friends right away.

    Starting today, you’ll begin to see a small green icon next to people within Instagram that indicates they’re online and actively using the app.

    This indicator will be present just about everywhere you go, including your inbox for direct messages and your friends list when sharing a post you see on your main feed.

    If you don’t want that indicator showing up by your name, you can jump into the new Activity Status section of the app and toggle off the Show Activity Status option.

    Download: Instagram (free)

  • Google announces Android Dev Summit on November 7-8 in Mountain View

    Google I/O was just a few months back, but Google has another developer-focused event coming up later this year. The Android Dev Summit will be a smaller event that eschews the flashy demos and giveaways that attract non-devs to I/O. It’s happening at…

  • Google announces Android Dev Summit on November 7-8 in Mountain View

    Google I/O was just a few months back, but Google has another developer-focused event coming up later this year. The Android Dev Summit will be a smaller event that eschews the flashy demos and giveaways that attract non-devs to I/O. It’s happening at…

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