Tag Archive: Play


8 Games You Should Play on Amazon Fire TV

What are the best games to play Amazon Fire TV?

The Amazon Fire TV is a capable little streaming box that also doubles as a gaming console. While you might think that it can only play casual games like Crossy Road, the truth is that there’s a decent library of games to be found within Amazon’s app store.

If you’re interested in gaming on the Amazon Fire TV, you’ll first want to buy an Amazon Fire TV  [Read More…]

The state of 4K across Google Play and YouTube

In the pursuit of cutting-edge video content, we have graduated from Blu-ray to 4K.

In our quest for seeing all the pixels we can for our favorite movies and TV shows, the standard we aim for right now is 4K, which is twice as high and twice as wide as 1080p. It’ll still be years before a large portion of the populace has 4K TVs, and content providers are still getting the ball rolling on distributing 4K  [Read More…]

Tip: How to speed up your Moto X Play

The Moto X Play was a great device for those looking for something with a bit more battery life than your regular smartphone offering. However, the device isn’t as young as it once was and with apps getting more resource demanding, you could find the Moto X Play to be slowing down. Luckily there is a hidden […]

The long-lasting Moto Z Play is down to $250 as a refurb

If you’re in the market for an Android phone and battery life is important to you, you won’t want to miss this deal. Woot is offering unlocked versions of Verizon’s Moto Z Play in refurbished condition for just $ 249.99, which is an absolute steal. Shipping is a flat $ 5 fee.

Since it is originally the Verizon variant of the phone, this one will work on Verizon’s network as well as GSM networks like AT&T, T-Mobile, Mint SIM and  [Read More…]

Play audio through your car stereo with this $13 Bluetooth FM Transmitter

Listening to the radio and its countless commercials regarding products you hardly ever care about can be such a waste of time. Ditch the controlled playlists and songs you don’t want to hear over and over for Otium’s Bluetooth FM Transmitter which is now available at Amazon for just $ 12.99 when you enter promo code Y2RJCO6I at checkout to save $ 5 off its regular price.

Plug Otium’s FM Transmitter into your cigarette lighter socket and tune  [Read More…]

Google testing a new design for the Google Play Store

Google frequently rolls out A/B testing for some new designs that may or may not make it into the final versions of apps. The latest test that Google is trying out is that of a new design to the Google Play Store. As shown in the screenshot below, the text that previously was in a scrollable […]

B&O Play debuts an expensive pair of wireless earbuds

Don’t like the new Samsung Gear IconX 2018 wireless earbuds for some reason? Well, maybe you’ll prefer what B&O Play has to offer instead. At IFA, the audio specialist unveiled a pair of wireless earbuds called simply E8. Naturally, they look pretty sleek lined with aluminum and coming with a premium leather case, but the […]

Google breathes new life into old Android Wear watches with new Play Store policies

Changes will promote standalone apps for your watch.

Google has announced two major changes for Android Wear apps: Multi-APK apps are now supported for Android Wear 1.0 watches and requirements for the “Enhanced for Android Wear” Play Store badge have changed.

Multi-APK apps are apps hosted in Google Play that have separate files for your phone and your watch. Previously, only Android Wear 2.0 watches supported multi-APK apps, but now users with older watches like the Samsung  [Read More…]

Google Play Indie Games Festival finalists announced

Google has chosen the final 20 indie developers who submitted their work to the Google Play Indie Games Festival. Not only that, but Google took the opportunity to open the invitations to register to attend the event. So how did we choose the 20 finalists? We powered up our phones, put our game-faces on, and […]

Phones certified by Google will now feature Play Protect branding on the retail box

Google is making it easier to find phones that are certified to run the Play Store.

Google has always had a certification process for manufacturers in order to bundle its services, collectively called Google Mobile Services — which include the Play Store, Chrome, Gmail, YouTube, Photos, Maps, and Drive. The company is now rolling out a new initiative called “certified Android devices,” which as the name suggests highlights all the manufacturers that are certified by Google to bundle apps  [Read More…]