Tag: Applications

Hiding outgoing call ID now live on Google Voice for Android and desktop

Around the middle of last month, 9to5Google spotted that Google Voice was picking up up a toggle to strip caller ID on outgoing calls — à la *69, but without having to dial it every single time. The new feature rolled out to the iOS version of Google Voice last month, and now it’s here […]

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[Update: Laggy but not broken] Google Maps rolling out public event creation to some users

Yesterday, we spotted a new bit of documentation on the Google Maps Help site: a page detailing the process to add a public event through the Google Maps Android app. The feature is even live right now, though its behavior is a bit inconsistent in our tests, and isn’t present for everyone. We aren’t entirely […]

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Google Fit brings back elevation levels for workouts and sleep tracking data from third-party apps [APK Download]

Google Fit is an excellent service for tracking your health goals and gathering data from various fitness apps on your Android device. After its big redesign last summer and the re-addition of the widget it lost during that transition, the app now receives even more formerly available features: the latest update to version 2.10.36 includes elevation […]

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18 new and notable Android apps and live wallpapers from the last two weeks including Daywise, Hidey Hole, and Dota Pro Circuit (3/9/19 – 3/23/19)

Article Contents Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous two weeks or so. Today I have an excellent notification scheduler, a camera hole wallpaper app from Chainfire, and a Dota Pro Circuit app from […]

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[Update: App available] Mozilla Firefox Send lets you share encrypted files privately and for free

Mozilla is one of the champions for internet freedom and privacy – which is part of why I love the company and its work – so it’s no surprise that it “graduated” one of its experiments to a full-fledged product. Meet Firefox Send, a free, encrypted file-transfer service. Not only has Mozilla improved upload speeds, […]

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34 temporarily free and 32 on-sale apps and games to start the weekend, including Baldur’s Gate

Article Contents Another week is coming to a close, so here’s one final round of app sales to send you off into the weekend. Today’s list is shorter than Wednesday’s and arguably better, even including Hook and Baldur’s Gate, so have fun looking through what’s on offer today. Free Apps English for all! Pro $0.99 […]

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Android Auto v4.1 adds widescreen support and UI tweaks, prepares auto-resume, and more [APK Teardown]

Article Contents Android Auto continues to work toward adding features people really need in the car. The latest update brings a few minor surface-level changes, and under the hood there are some new features that may be pretty useful, including an auto-resume feature for music (or podcasts and audiobooks), a filter to prevent group messages […]

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Xiaomi’s Mint Launcher comes to the Play Store, but it’s not available on any phones yet [APK Download]

Xiaomi has its own distinct style that can be a big adjustment for anyone used to a different version of Android. The company has moved closer to the Android mainstream as its international business has grown, launching phones like the Poco F1. That device sported a new launcher, and it looks like Xiaomi has decided […]

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TeamViewer now supports Android TV for remote viewing, file transfer, and more

TeamViewer has been on Android for years, but the feature set varies from one device to the next. Some device makers have add-ons that allow full remote control, but you’re usually stuck with a more limited experience. The app can still be useful, though. TeamViewer just added support for Android TV, and even without full […]

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Facebook Messenger is getting swipe-to-quote replies

Back in October, Facebook finally granted WhatsApp users on Android the ability to swipe on a message to reply to it. Although this let us enjoy something iOS users had for a while, the company’s Messenger platform still didn’t allow users to quote a particular message to reply to it. However, the social media giant is […]

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Chrome gets swipe gestures to navigate back or forward

Another day, another Chrome flag. The browser is starting to let users swipe to go back to the previous page they had open, or come forward again. Even though we knew this behavior would be coming, we’d never seen it live before. A dip into the browsers’ flags revealed one that triggers it. The flag […]

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Google Duo’s colorful Holi video effects are live

The festival of spring and color, Holi, is quite a cheerful celebration in India and Nepal, which is now spreading to more and more countries. Google likes to honor these occasions in various ways, and we knew this year’s Holi would bring video effects in Duo. They’re now live, though they may be geolimited. Just […]

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[Update: Rolling out to stable version] Samsung Internet Beta v9.2 gets OneUI design, Smart Anti-Tracking, and more

Samsung is rolling out a new update to its Android browser today, and it’s a big one. The latest Samsung Internet Beta (v9.2) is the first to adopt the company’s OneUI design, which is hitting phones in the Pie update. That means you’ll see various visual tweaks throughout the browser, but that’s not all. Samsung […]

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34 temporarily free and 49 on-sale apps and games for Wednesday

Article Contents Another week is half done and that means it’s time for another round of app sales. Today’s list is quite underwhelming, but that’s how it goes sometimes. Hopefully Friday’s roundup will be better. Free Apps PRO-Video player KM, HD 4K Perfect Player-MOV, AVI $3.49 -> Free; Sale ends in 4 days My vocabulary […]

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Poweramp adds Chromecast support and Google Assistant voice commands

After stalling in development for a few years, popular music player Poweramp has found the secret to rejuvenation again. The app got updated with a brand new interface in December, added Android Auto compatibility last month, and is now implementing a feature every media player should really have: Chromecast support. As a bonus, it also […]

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