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Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is a $649 2-in-1 Android tablet for multitaskers – CNET

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 uses Android and a little Samsung software magic to take on Apple and Microsoft.  Like Microsoft’s Surface line and Apple’s iPad Pro, this premium Android tablet is for more than entertainment. Borrowing capabilities from the DeX dock and pad Samsung makes for its Galaxy phones, the Tab S4 has DeX support that changes the …

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Google Clock 5.3 adds Spotify integration, Android P support, visual tweaks [APK Insight] – 9to5Google

Google announced yesterday that Android’s default Clock app is adding musical alarms courtesy of a new Spotify integration. Version 5.3 with that functionality is rolling out now and features some small visual tweaks throughout the app. Nintendo Switch About APK Insight: In this ‘APK Insight’ post, we’ve decompiled the latest …

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I'm an Android loving iPhone user – Boing Boing

Hardware reviews are a big part of how I put bread on the table. In order to do my job properly, I’ve got to be something of a platform agnostic. While I do most of my writing using Apple devices, I also have to consider other platforms in my coverage: …

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Fortnite on Android may drive its battle bus past Google's 30% cut – Ars Technica

Enlarge / Fortnite‘s season five outfits and cosmetics. If XDA’s report is accurate, Epic Games won’t have to give up 30 percent of Android purchases of these outfits to Google. Epic Games Reports estimate that Epic Games’ free-to-play shooter Fortnite racks up millions of dollars per day, and that number …

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Asus ZenFone 3 Max (ZC553KL) gets Android 8.1 Oreo update – Android Police

Buckle up, Asus lovers and users, the ZenFone series is starting to get its Android 8.1 update and the first lucky device is the ZenFone 3 Max (ZC553KL). The two-year-old phone had already received Nougat 7.0 a year ago and an update to Zen UI 4.0 last December, but Oreo 8.1 …

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Latest Google app beta (v8.14.12) repeatedly crashing for many on Android P – Android Police

Developer previews aren’t always the most stable, and they aren’t meant to be. They are the process by which a stable is created. Because of that, sometimes it’s possible to run into a few issues when using them, and it appears many are running a repeated force close problem with …

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YouTube dark theme now available for some on Android – Android Police

These days, an often-seen feature request for apps (and Android in general) is dark mode. We first noticed that YouTube was preparing to bring one to its Android app in November of last year, but while the web and iOS versions have had it for months, there’s only been radio …

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The Best Android Phone Maker? It's Actually Motorola – Tom's Guide

Samsung’s Galaxy S9+ is the best Android phone currently available, at least by our reckoning. And Google’s Pixel 2 lineup probably offers the best experience for Android phones. But if you want to talk about the best Android device maker overall, it’s hard to argue with what the Lenovo-owned Motorola …

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How to back up your iPhone or Android phone – CNET – CNET

When my phone acts buggy, I spend a few horrifying moments trying to remember the last time I backed it up. These things always seem to happen at the worst time (like after a vacation), and the only way to avoid losing precious data is with preventative measures. Backing up …

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'Fortnite' on Android: We've got some good news and some bad news – Mashable

The long, tortuous wait is almost over: Fortnite is finally coming to Android … but there’s a catch.  It’s not coming to all Android phones, at least not at first. That’s what 9to5Google and XDA developers claim, both citing anonymous sources.  Instead, it will be a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 …

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