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Here’s What’s New So Far in Android O

  Out of nowhere, Google released the first Developer Preview for Android O. Naturally, given this is just the first preview, it is pretty barebones, but still very exciting. If you are interested in what’s new with Android O, this post is for you.  According to Google’s overview of this build, the Android team is approaching

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Download: Android O Wallpaper

Wallpapers. Given they’re our thing, we’re always pumped to see new ones, especially from Google. For those concerned, Android O hasn’t disappointed.  Currently, there is only one new wallpaper for the developer preview of Android O, but we’re sure that will change in the coming months. The wallpaper is a shot from what I assume is the

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Android O Will Have These Powerful New Features

The next version of the Android operating system is scheduled to debut at the company’s I/O 2017 developer conference that is about to held this year on May. The new reports claimed that the upcoming Android version will have awesome new features Android *O* Will Have These Powerful New Features Well, we all are still

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Googler-created app for watching YouTube forgets about Android in 2017

Google gives its employees (Googlers) the opportunity to spend 20 percent of their time working on side projects – some of which like Gmail and Google Maps have become some of the company’s core applications. The latest 20 percent project to go live is an app called Uptime which lets you use the app’s odd user

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WhatsApp brings back old text status message to Android beta

WhatsApp rolled out Snapchat like Status update last month but the feature was not well received by users and many of them requested to bring back the old status update with simple text. It looks like WhatsApp is all set to bring back the old status update. WhatsApp Android beta has received an update that

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This Updated Play Store UI Sure Seems to be Rolling Out

Google appears to be rolling out a slightly tweaked Google Play UI today that should make updating individual apps an easier task. You should be able to see what I’m talking about in the image above, where apps that have updates show with a new “UPDATE” box for quick-tap updating.  In the current Play store

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Google Assistant starts rolling out to Android M and N devices

It’s here: native support for Google Assistant officially started rolling out to Android phones running Marshmallow or Nougat on Thursday. As Engadget noted earlier in the week, Google’s conversational digital assistant no longer needs a Pixel phone or the Allo app to work, but you may need to check your phone’s specs before you get

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Google VP Nick Fox shares sneak peek of Allo for desktop

In a Tweet this evening, Nick Fox, Google’s VP of Communications Products, shared an early look at Allo for the desktop. Although Allo had a decently strong start with over 5 million downloads in the first four days after launch, growth was quite slow after that. So slow that it took almost three months to reach 10

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