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Android Police 02/16/2020 15:45
It's a rare discount for this phone from the company itself. In the US, you're not going to get a unless you import one from elsewhere or hang with T-Mobile and its 5G network. But you're not missing out much if you do decide to get a — in fact, you may want to get one today as OnePlus has put it on sale and has bundled a free gift alongside. At an MSRP of $599, with the Snapdragon 855+, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a pretty good 90Hz OLED display, 30W Warp Charging to go with a decent 3,800mAh battery, and a better telephoto camera than the one on the . was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/16/2020 12:11
Your eyes are are now protected at night by the Android Police. You might have missed it, but just before the last week, we on a new dark theme for the Android Police website. It's been in the works for a long time, and it works across several browsers and platforms ( even in AMP), with manual controls to enable and disable it as you prefer. So, what do you think? The new AP dark theme is primarily the result of AP's and behind-the-scenes developer Maciej Maćkowiak, and they've spent a good chunk of time making something we can be proud of. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/16/2020 11:00
While it might be difficult to switch away from feature-packed products like Gmail and Google Maps, there are thankfully plenty of competitors to Google Keep. After all, you don't need millions of data points and industry-leading artificial intelligence to make a note-taking app. In this post, we'll be checking out some free and open-source alternatives to Google Keep, some of which even have cloud sync. Why does open-source matter? Free and open-source software (FOSS) has a number of advantages, but to most people, the main benefit is privacy. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/16/2020 10:12
Welcome to the roundup of the newest Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. Today I have the latest survival game in the Bendy series, a gorgeous narrative-based adventure game, and a unique music-driven arcade shooter. So without further ado, here are the more notable Android games released during the week of February 10th, 2020. Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/15/2020 15:38
The company behind the app is out of cash after an acquisition deal fell through. Every once in a while, a new mobile app becomes popular seemingly overnight, akin to the rise of or . HQ Trivia quickly rose to prominence after it was released on iOS in 2017, and only became more popular after its Android debut in . Sadly, the app is no more, as the company behind it is shutting its doors. CNN is reporting that HQ, the company behind the popular trivia game, is unable to raise additional funds from investors to keep operations going. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/15/2020 14:54
Google's automated app review system strikes again. Tasker is one of the most popular power-user tools for Android, giving people the ability to automate many functions. As great as the app is, Tasker hasn't been exempt from Play Store approval issues, and was even briefly removed from the store . Tasker was one again pulled from the Play Store yesterday, but has thankfully already returned. Some took notice when the app became unavailable last night. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/15/2020 12:00
The Galaxy S20 has a great selection thanks to its pioneering competitors. The Samsung Galaxy S20 is the first mainstream Android phone to feature an (optional) 120Hz display refresh rate mode, following the on the heels. That makes the Galaxy S20's interface extra smooth, but dedicated 120fps content utilizing the new capabilities is still few and far between. If you want to push the display to its limits right now, your best bet is to test some games, and we've got you covered with a selection of more than 200 high frame rate titles we're currently aware of. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/15/2020 11:00
Chrome 80 was just released earlier this month, which means it's time for Chrome 81 to move up to the beta channel. This update doesn't have as many user-facing changes, but there are new APIs for creating powerful web apps. Let's take a look! Web NFC. Google has worked for years to bridge the gap between web and native applications, and part of that is giving web apps access to the same hardware that native apps have enjoyed. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/15/2020 10:00
It's not quite Inbox bundles, but maybe getting a little closer. Gmail is one of the longest lived projects to come out of Google after the success of Search. During its life, the development team has been working on countless projects to make sense of the deluge of incoming email and help users manage it. We've seen everything from smart spam filtering, intelligent interpretations of importance and priority, grouping and categorizing based on sources, and with Inbox, even things like smart bundling. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/14/2020 20:24
TikTok has been in the news recently , and the similarly named 'ToTok' has been in the same boat. ToTok is a messaging application that was removed from Apple and Google's app stores after allegations that it was used as a spying tool, and now it has quietly returned to the Play Store. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/14/2020 18:33
In a week of notable , T-Mobile is bringing up the rear by updating the OnePlus 6T to Android 10. The new build (A6013_34_191228) also brings the security patch level up to December 2019, which is two months behind. It's better than nothing, though. The Android 10 update is currently rolling out to users who purchased their phones through T-Mobile. If you purchased your phone directly from OnePlus, you already went through late last year. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/14/2020 17:44
Mesh WiFi networks offer a great way to blanket your home in strong wireless coverage, keeping all your devices connected. But as our needs grow, occasionally it becomes time to augment that network with some additional access points. If you've got an existing Orbi Whole Home Mesh WiFi network, now's your chance to upgrade, as Amazon has the Netgear Orbi WiFi Satellite Extender for $50 off, . was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/14/2020 16:53
...but now they're called labels? Inbox started something special, or at least that's what most former Inbox users tell me. It was great at intelligently sorting and grouping incoming messages, especially with regard to travel arrangements, newsletters for online retailers, and a few other things that went into "bundles." After Google to , promises were made to integrate most of the popular features into the Gmail app, but some of them didn't make it on time, or seemingly at all. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/14/2020 16:09
7T users left in the dark, unamused. OnePlus has had a difficult time keeping up with system updates and security patches recently, having just January security patch. Today, OnePlus began rolling out patches to the 7, 7 Pro, and 7T Pro; over 2 months (!) for an update, and while this latest patch is rolling out incrementally to its users, it's expected to be widely available in the coming days. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/14/2020 15:40
And they aren't coming back anytime soon either. One of the biggest fears around game streaming services is that without a physical copy of your game in-hand, what happens when a company decides to just stop making a title available one day? That's the situation now staring GeForce Now users in the face, as much to the woes of Nvidia, Activision Blizzard — the maker of the famous Call of Duty series — is pulling all its titles from the streaming service. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/14/2020 15:36
LineageOS is the most popular custom ROM out there, boasting official support for dozens of phones and tablets. The project is best known for breathing new life into older devices, and since we , builds have become available for nine more phones ⁠— including some old favorites. Without further ado, here are the newly-supported phones for LineageOS 16.0 (based on Android 9 Pie):. Motorola Moto G7 (). Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 (). Samsung Galaxy S III Neo Dual SIM (). BQ Aquaris X2 (). BQ Aquaris X2 Pro (). LeEco Le 2 (). Sony Xperia Z3 (). Realme 3 Pro (). Nubia Z17 (). A few phones here aren't entirely new to LineageOS — the LeEco Le 2 has actually been supported since the CyanogenMod days, but it's only now being updated to LineageOS 16.0 Pie. was wri.
Android Police 02/14/2020 14:21
Well what do you know, Cold Beam Games just release the followup to its music-powered dual-stick shooter Beat Hazard . The title is currently in early access, so is still under development, which is probably why it is currently on sale for half-off, which means you can grab Beat Hazard 2 today for $3.99. For those that never played the original. , it's a top-down space shooter that utilizes your music library to randomly-generate levels that will react to each song. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/14/2020 14:06
Wireless chargers are pretty great, especially when they don't cost a lot of money. Right now, you can get Anker's PowerWave wireless charging stand for just $11.99 from Newegg. That's $7 cheaper than . This stand is designed to work best with Samsung Galaxy phones, as it supports 10W fast charging when paired with a Galaxy phone. All other devices charge at the standard 5W speed. It also props up your phone, so you can easily look at the screen, and works just fine with cases. was written by the awesome team at .

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