Tag Archive: Finally


HQ Trivia Android app finally exits beta

Let’s get down to the nitty-gritty.

After becoming a worldwide phenomenon on iOS, HQ Trivia launched on Android as a limited beta last Christmas. The beta was then opened up to anyone that wanted to give HQ a shot on December 31, and just about two months later, HQ Trivia’s Android app is leaving the beta stage for good.

HQ Trivia is now sitting at v1.2.1 on the Play Store, and while there aren’t any big changes  [Read More…]

LastPass finally gets Oreo’s autofill support

One of the standout features with Android Oreo was the new API that allowed an autofill call to be made by apps. The natural application to this was password managers that would be able to detect a form field and lookup credentials and share it with that app. LastPass began integrating the support for the […]

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LastPass’s main app finally updated with support for Oreo’s Autofill

No longer limited to beta users.

Android Oreo has a lot of different goodies to play with, but one of my favorite features to use is the Autofill API. This makes entering usernames, passwords, and other info a lot simpler than previous Android versions, and it allows password management apps to be more convenient than ever before.

LastPass, one of the world’s most popular password managers, first got support for Autofill last August alongside the release of  [Read More…]

Rick and Morty is finally coming to PlayStation VR on April 10

Try to avoid playing with the Plumbus too much, and you’ll be fine.

One of the most popular PC VR games of 2017 is making its way to PlayStation VR on April 10, and in a big way. Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality lets you play as a Morty clone whose job is to wander around and do the things Rick and Morty don’t have time to do. As long as you follow the rules and don’t poison yourself  [Read More…]

Latest Xiaomi teaser suggests the Mi TV is finally coming to India

Xiaomi may finally launch the Mi TV in India.

Xiaomi is all set to launch the Redmi Note 5 in India on February 14, and it now looks like the manufacturer may unveil its TV in the country as well. If a new teaser shared by Xiaomi on Twitter is any indication, the Mi TV will make its way outside of China for the first time.

Mi fans! Is it a bird? Is it a  [Read More…]

Samsung finally starts rolling out the official Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8

It has finally happened! After months of intense testing, Samsung begun rolling out the official Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Samsung said it will start distributing the official Oreo update to beta users a day before making it available to the general public. Beta testers in Germany have reported […]

Latest Essential Phone update finally adds Auto-HDR

Eight months later, the Essential Phone finally has Auto-HDR.

Ever since its launch in late May, the Essential Phone‘s camera has been, well, a bit of a mess. While the camera hardware seemed awfully promising, the Essential Camera app was slow, buggy, and just a pain to use out of the box. Essential’s regularly been updating the app to provide the best possible experience, and the latest one finally adds Auto-HDR.

Similar to most all  [Read More…]

YouTube TV finally comes to Roku for $35/month

Available for all Roku TVs and select streaming boxes/sticks.

YouTube TV gained a lot of traction in the live Internet TV market last year, and its 2018 is already off to a great start. Just a day after announcing that it’d be the official broadcaster for LAFC soccer matches, an official YouTube TV app is now available on Roku.

This is something we were already expecting to happen, but nonetheless, it’s exciting that Roku users have yet  [Read More…]

Peak Design Everyday Backpack review: I’ve finally stopped shopping for new bags

My search for the perfect bag might finally be over.

I have a problem — I’m obsessed with backpacks. I’ve gone through three in the past year alone, each with its own set of pros and cons that always left me wanting more. A simple bag with a laptop sleeve is great for quick trips to the coffee shop, but in a busier setting, it’s frustrating to have to dig around for one particular item. I love  [Read More…]

Blocks modular smartwatch is finally available to purchase, but will anyone bite?

The Blocks modular smartwatch launched on Kickstarter in 2015 and is now available to purchase.

Back in 2015, smartwatches were in their golden age. The Apple Watch had just launched, Android Wear was still appealing and Pebble still existed. At the same time, a little company called Blocks launched a Kickstarter campaign for its modular smartwatch, with a promised ship date of May 2016.

May 2016 came and went, and the shipping date kept being pushed back.  [Read More…]