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Vevo app completely rewritten in attempt to branch out from YouTube

Vevo has released a rewritten app to the Google Play Store, offering an improved experience for users attempting to discover new music, enjoy personalized selections and more. The catalog of HD music videos include more than 150,000 entries with exclusive original programming to boot.

The company is attempting to be more aggressive when it comes to app deployment and external platform support, branching out and relying less on YouTube. If you’ve yet to try out the  [Read More…]

Buy a Samsung flagship from AT&T, get a 32GB Galaxy S6 for free

AT&T’s latest promotion includes a free Galaxy S6 with every purchase of a Samsung flagship. Buy a Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S6 Active or a Galaxy Note 5, and get a 32GB Galaxy S6 absolutely free from the carrier. The deal is valid until March 31, and is likely intended to clear unsold inventory of the Galaxy S6 before its successor hits store shelves.

The caveat is that you have to  [Read More…]

Lenovo sells 180,000 units of the K4 Note in India, open sale from February 15

Lenovo India has announced that it crossed 1.1 million registrations for the K4 Note, with over 180,000 units sold thus far. The vendor is getting rid of the registration system from next week, stating that the phone will be available on open sale starting February 15. Lenovo is also offering a new Pearl White color option as well.

Available for ₹11,900 ($ 175), the K4 Note offers a 5.5-inch Full HD display, MediaTek’s MT6753 SoC, 3GB  [Read More…]

The LG K7 is now available from T-Mobile for $139

LG‘s budget-friendly K7 smartphone is now available from T-Mobile. You can snap up the LG K7 for $ 139.99 up front, or you can pay for the phone in installments, putting no money down and paying $ 5.84 per month for 24 months.

The LG K7 first made its debut at CES 2016. It runs Android 5.1 Lollipop, and features a 5-inch 850×480 display. The phone packs a 1.1GHz Snapdragon 210 quad-core processor, and 1.5GB of  [Read More…]

75 HD wallpapers from your favorite video games

Many of you are video game enthusiasts and we have collected 75 HD and QHD wallpapers from your favorite video games, from Call of Duty to Super Mario Brothers we have you covered.

We’ve changed things up lately and will be sharing the entire collection through Google Photos rather than hosting them on our servers. There are thousands of you who love these wallpapers and rather than drain the speed on our server, we’re offloading that responsibility to Google. All  [Read More…]

From the forums: Does Doze interfere with Android Device Manager?

Of all the features to come to Android with the 6.0 update, Doze is easily the most discussed. Some love it, claiming massive strides in battery performance during the day. Others aren’t quite so pleased with the service, and complaints of missed messages and third-party app features breaking are often cited as why. Based on our own testing here at Android Central, we can tell you Doze is far from perfect. While the battery optimization when you  [Read More…]

Huawei GX8 now available online from Huawei and Best Buy for $349

Huawei’s latest U.S. smartphone, the GX8, is now available for purchase from both Huawei and Best Buy’s online store for $ 349. This 5.5-inch smartphone is Huawei’s most recent addition to its U.S. lineup, following behind the Nexus 6P and the recent launch of the Honor 5X from its Honor sub-brand. Previously, Huawei has sold some of its Ascend series smartphones in the U.S.

Internally, you’ll find a Snapdragon 615 paired with 2GB of RAM and 16GB  [Read More…]

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Are you happy in your job? Are you making the kind of money that you had once hoped you would? If you feel like you’re driving down a dead-end road, I’ve got good news for you: you can write yourself out of that hole. That’s right. If you’re reading this, you’re interested in the Android operating system.

Deductive reasoning tells us that also means you’re technically inclined and interested in how stuff works. There’s absolutely no reason you shouldn’t be  [Read More…]

From the Editor’s Desk: On Podcasts …

It was fun this week watching folks get all excited because one person (which grew to “some” by the time the Internet game of telephone got ahold of it) apparently got an early look at what podcasts in Google Play Music might look like. And it’s probably pretty close — if you’ve used Google Play Music at all you should have a pretty good sense of how this’ll work. Nothing too surprising there.

It’s just really odd that  [Read More…]

Dynasty Icon Pack (Beta) – A Gorgeous Blast from the Past [Review]



Developer: Drumdestroyer

Price: $ 1.39 (promotional price, download it while it lasts!)


1050+ Individual Icons (More than 1900 including alternates!) Hundreds of Wallpapers Themed Clock Widget

Icon packs are a dime a dozen (actually, they average about $ 0.99 apiece, but I digress) – there’s an icon pack for every theme imaginable, in every color imaginable. Many of them are well done, but in the end they’re all just icon packs. Dynasty is, just like the rest,  [Read More…]