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Everyone in the U.S. can now sign up for Google One

Google’s replacement for paid Drive plans is ready for primetime.

This past May, Google announced that it was taking its paid Drive storage plans and rebranding them as “Google One.” The service has been accepting new members on a limited basis since then, but starting today, it’s opening up to everyone in the United States.

In a blog post that was published on August 15, Google noted that:

Recently, we introduced Google One, a plan that gives you  [Read More…]

What is Digital Wellbeing in Android Pie and how to sign up for it

Earlier today, Google surprised everyone and released the final version of Android 9.0 Pie. While there are plenty of changes under the hood, there are a few extra features included too.

One such feature is Digital Wellbeing, which was introduced at Google I/O 2018. The company hopes this new feature will allow users to put down their devices and focus on life.

In another surprising move, Google is actually rolling Digital Wellbeing as a beta feature. This means that it  [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…]

You can now sign up for the $15/month AT&T WatchTV

You get 31 channels and access to 15,000+ on-demand shows.

A few days after it was first announced on June 21, AT&T’s officially launched its WatchTV streaming service.

For just $ 15/month with no annual contract, WatchTV gives you access to 31 live channels and 15,000+ shows and movies you can watch on-demand. Big names like Animal Planet, Cartoon Network, and TBS are on WatchTV from day one, and coming soon, the service will add Comedy Central,  [Read More…]

How to sign up for YouTube Premium

YouTube’s $ 12/month subscription gets you a lot for your money.

YouTube Premium is finally here, and if you’ve got $ 12/month to spend, it’s absolutely worth the cash.

For that monthly fee, YouTube Premium grants you access to ad-free videos across all of YouTube, offline downloads, YouTube Original content, and all of the perks that come with YouTube Music.

Signing up for YouTube Premium is as easy as can be, and to get started, here’s what  [Read More…]

How to sign up for YouTube Music

Get started with the new YouTube Music in just a few taps.

The YouTube Music app has technically been around since 2015, but it was only recently that Google shifted its focus from Play Music and made YouTube Music its own proper streaming service.

YouTube Music is showing a lot of promise with its new direction, and now that it’s got a brand-new desktop site and redesigned Android app, it’s absolutely worth checking out.

To do so,  [Read More…]

DIRECTV NOW’s new DVR feature and subscription promo make this the perfect time to sign up

New features like this are always released for free to all users.

DIRECTV NOW is offering three months of service for $ 30, and just recently the company announced a whole new feature you’ll want to take advantage of. The service has added 20 hours of cloud-based DVR recording to both the Android and Amazon Fire TV apps. That means you’ll be able to stream your favorite shows or record them to watch later for up to 30 days.

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Own an Honor 7X? You can now sign up for the Android 8.0 Oreo beta testing program

The Honor 7X is a great mid-range phone, which will soon get a lot better, as the producing company prepares to unleash the Oreo update.

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You can finally sign up for PlayStation Vue on your phone

Local channels are also available wherever you go.

PlayStation Vue is one of my personal favorite live TV streaming services to-date, but one thing that’s remained a constant annoyance since its debut almost three years ago is the sign-up process. Up until now, PlayStation Vue has required you to have a TV in order to create and register your account. Thankfully, that restriction is being eliminated.

In an interview with Engadget, PlayStation Vue head Dwayne Benefield said  [Read More…]

You can now sign up for Project Fi with G Suite accounts

One less restriction to joining Project Fi.

Project Fi has made a small, but important, change to the way it operates, opening up the service to those who use paid G Suite accounts rather than just consumer-grade Google accounts. Now businesses or families who have opted to pay for G Suite accounts and use a custom domain can get in on Project Fi rather than create a second account just for their Fi service.

Project Fi is  [Read More…]