Tag Archive: Program


How to join the Android 9 Pie and One UI Beta Program on the Galaxy S9

Samsung has finally announced its plans to update the Galaxy S9 and S9+ to Android 9 Pie, including a new and enhanced One UI interface design. The official release isn’t coming until 2019, but eager testers willing to put up with some issues and instability can use the now software by signing up for the One UI Beta Program. This is how you do it.

Products used in this guide Amazon: Samsung Galaxy S9 ($ 630) Amazon: Samsung  [Read More…]

Google might be working on a loyalty program for the Play Store

Do you often buy apps, games or music albums from the Google Play Store? Well, then we have some good news for you. According to 9to5Google who spotted evidence in the latest Play Store build, it seems like Google is working on a new loyalty program called Google Play Points.

The program is meant for people who purchase content from the Play Store including music, movies, TV shows, books and of course, apps.  To give you an example, someone making  [Read More…]

Everything you wanted to know about Google’s Advanced Protection Program

For some people, two-factor authentication just isn’t enough.

Google takes account security very seriously. You may be giving up more of your privacy than you like by using Google services and hardware, but that’s not the same thing as account security — and Google takes some pretty big steps to keep unauthorized users out of your account. The company also has some tools and policies designed to keep you from letting an unauthorized user in, like Chrome blocking  [Read More…]

BlackBerry KEYone users can sign up for invitation-only Android Oreo beta program

You know what they say. Better late than never! This applies marvelously to the BlackBerry KEYone, which finally got its own Android Oreo beta program.

The phone which was released in April 2017 still runs Android 7.1 Nougat. But not for long. At least we hope that’s the case now that the Oreo beta program is offdficial.

Those who have registered for the BlackBerry Beta Zone might want to keep an eye on their inbox. The company has been sending  [Read More…]

Philo now has a referral program so you and a friend can save some cash on streaming TV

There’s no limit on the number of referrals you can get each month.

Streaming upstart Philo today announced a referral program. Every time someone signs up using your individual referral code, you’ll get a $ 5 credit on your bill, and your friend will get $ 5 off their first month.

Philo is a low-cost streaming service that has a limited number of channels but also tops out at $ 20 a  [Read More…]

Here are the devices that support the Android P Beta Program

Google has opened the new beta program for Android P. Not only will you be able to download this on your Pixel, but there are some non-Google devices joining the program.

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Android P beta program is up and running

Pixel and Pixel 2 owners can jump in and join the party today.

We saw an early developer preview of Android P just a short while ago, and now the Android Beta program is back and in full swing.

Open for Pixel phones — including first generation Pixel and Pixel XL devices — you can try the next version of Android with just a click instead of unlocking bootloaders and flashing things and the headaches that can  [Read More…]

Help Google improve Android by joining the User Experience Research program

Google wants you to join the User Experience Research program. In doing so, you’ll get access to unreleased products and new features, before they get released.

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Motorola’s new Beta Experiences program will let you test new Moto features before they’re public

Motorola is taking app development more seriously.

When you think of Motorola’s phones, you think more about the hardware than the software — not because the latter is bad, but because it’s pretty sparse, yielding to Google’s idea of what Android should be. But there are a few differentiating features, like Moto Voice and Display, that are tucked neatly into the Moto app pre-installed on every phone.

In Sao Paolo, Brazil this week, during the launch of  [Read More…]

Verizon gives you a second chance to enroll in its Total Mobile Protection insurance program

Bought a smartphone from Verizon, but you didn’t get insurance? Not to worry, the carrier is giving you a second chance to enroll with its Total Mobile Protection insurance.

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