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2 months ago

Chrome's bleeding edge Canary channel makes its way to Android

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Chrome is available in four builds: the Stable channel is the main public client, the Beta channel has a few bugs but gets new features roughly a month before the Stable build, and the Dev channel is for developers looking to test out the latest features. Then there's the Canary channel, an untested build that gets updated every weekday with the latest codebase as soon as it's built.

The Canary channel was limited to desktop versions of Chrome on Windows and Mac, but is now making its way to Android. Considering the nature of the build, the Canary channel uses a separate profile and can be installed alongside the stable build.

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2 months ago

You can now book an Uber directly from Google search results

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Google Maps picked up integration for ride-hailing services earlier this year, allowing customers to see fare estimates and pickup times for Uber, myTaxi, Ola, Gett, and other services from within the Maps interface.

The company is now rolling out the feature to its search results. Just enter your intended destination in the Google Search app or in Chrome, and you'll see fare estimates and pickup times for ride services within the search results.

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3 months ago

Wikileaf app helps you find the (legal) herb you're looking for

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Apps that help save time and money while you're shopping are awesome. Buying weed shouldn't be any different.

Buying weed can be a chore. No matter if you're a medical patient or a recreational user, finding the right weed at the right price is one of those things that depends on luck or some other karmic superpower stuff. The new Wikileaf app can help change that.

OK, we know that marijuana isn't legal everywhere. We're not condoning or advising anyone to go looking for a street dealer and buying something that's illegal. We're talking strictly about states and places in the U.S. where medical or recreational cannabis is available for adults. We're not here to fuel any arguments about the morality or the details of marijuana legalization, we're only here to talk about an Android app that makes it easier for folks to buy weed where it's legal to do so.

The Wikileaf app has a couple different features, each broken into its own section. You can find information about various strains of marijuana and learn about the effects each may have, as well as a recommendation about the best time of day to use it. Nobody wants to be up all night from some spicy Vietnamese Sativa because they had no idea that it would have that effect. Willie Nelson seems like a chill guy so who could have guessed, right? Wikileaf can help take the guessing out of the equation.

The app is location-aware (or you can manually search a location if you would rather) and also gives you information about the dispensaries and shops around you. Because marijuana isn't available legally everywhere, you'll find listings for dispensaries and shops for cities in Arizona, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon, Rhode Island and Washington. I quickly noticed that Washington, DC wasn't on the list but a quick search of the Wikileaf website let me know that this is because of the weird restrictions for recreational sales forced by an inactive federal government.

Willie Nelson seems like a chill guy, right?

Disillusion from a non-functional legislative body aside, one of the best features of the Wikileaf app is the at-a-glace price map. Pull up a Google map of the area you're searching, and you can see a pin for each business in the right spot labeled with the lowest priced goods they're offering. You can search prices this way by the gram, eighth ounce, quarter ounce, half ounce or ounce. A quick tap on any of the pins opens a pop-up that you can use to give the business a call, write a review, get directions or open a page with a full list of what they're selling and information or photos from both the business and other Wikileaf users.

If weed is legal where you are and you're partaking, having an app that makes shopping easier only makes sense. Wikileaf isn't the first app of its kind in Google Play, and it won't be the last, but it looks like a great option that will be able to help you save time and money. Those are two things everyone can appreciate.

Download: Wikileaf (free)

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3 months ago

3 exercises to get your fitness app in shape!

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This guest post was written by Mary Liz McCurdy, Health & Fitness Lead at Google Play.

It's an exciting time to be a health and fitness app developer. With people shelling out on fitness more than ever before, we're seeing record high levels of gym memberships and attendance, the rise of boutique fitness, and an emphasis on connected devices.

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3 months ago

Best Password Manager For Android

Best Password Managers For Android

Keeping your passwords secure is rule one for security, and these apps help you keep it all safe.

Best overall

1Password

1Password

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1Password hits all of the features we expect from this sort of app: AES 256-bit encryption, password generation, fingerprint security, storage for all kinds of information and cross-device syncing. But 1Password does it with a great Android app, and includes a well-implemented Android keyboard that lets you quickly paste login and password details from your secure storage.

As is the case with the best password managers out there, 1Password gets really powerful when you pay to upgrade from the free version. For $2.99 per month (billed annually) 1Password keeps all of your secure information synced across devices — mobile and desktop — using top-end security and you don't have to configure a thing. You can also upgrade to a Family or Team plan to share important information between multiple 1Password users.

Bottom line: 1Password isn't cheap, but it is definitely the easiest to use and most full-featured password manager available.

One more thing: For teams or families that need to simply and securely share passwords, 1Password is definitely the best choice.

Why 1Password is the best

You get everything you need with a single service in 1Password.

1Password has become the gold standard for cross-platform password managers, and that starts for most of us with the Android app. The app is well designed and implements all of the features we want. That means you get easy ways to store logins and passwords, but also other personal information and notes securely. Everything is secured with top-end encryption, and synced across all of your devices — phones, tablets and computers — with no additional setup.

The app offers one-touch fingerprint login for compatible devices, and also offers a keyboard that lets you quickly paste login information right into apps without toggling over to the full 1Password app. It's simple, and it just works the way you expect.

For many, 1Password is the best choice simply because it offers the best multi-user experience available today. For $4.99 per month everyone in your family can have shared passwords and access to specific information from other family members, which is invaluable for some. 1Password Teams does the same, but for businesses that need to store and share large numbers of passwords.

For just individuals, 1Password is hoping you'll choose its $2.99 personal plan that offers automatic cross-device syncing, web access and of course regular updates. There's still an option to pay upfront for an individual app license for 1Password, but you lose automatic syncing and web support, which are of course two key features of what makes 1Password so great.

With a simple, powerful app and great sharing options between families or large teams, 1Password really does it all — and that's worth the price for many.

Best for less

LastPass

LastPass

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LastPass is often mentioned in the same breath as 1Password when talking about the top password managers. It offers the same general set of features as 1Password, including secure encrypted storage of your information, fingerprint unlocking, auto-filling of logins for browsers and apps, and cross-device syncing if you upgrade to the premium subscription.

Where LastPass may win people over is its favorable pricing: at just $12 per year it's far less expensive than 1Password, and still offers cross-device syncing with apps available on phones, tablets and computers. You have a simpler version of family sharing as well with LastPass' "family folder" if you want that sort of feature.

Bottom line: For a full-featured password manager at a lower subscription price, LastPass should be considered.

One more thing: LastPass is a capable basic password manager for just your phone even if you don't pay for the subscription.

Best for simplicity

Enpass

Enpass

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Enpass is a simple app that follows the latest design guidelines on Android and nothing more, while integrating every single password manager feature you could ask for. There's app auto-filling, a built-in browser, fingerprint sensor lock, password generation and the highest level of encryption.

What's interesting about Enpass is that it never expects a monthly fee — you pay $9.99 for the premium version of the mobile app, and that unlocks full premium features including access to the free desktop and Chrome apps. It works this way because you store the password data on your own cloud service of choice, whether that's Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive or something else. Data is still encrypted before syncing, so everything is kept nice and secure.

Bottom line: Enpass is a great option for those who want to store passwords on their own cloud, without an additional monthly subscription.

One more thing: Enpass actually has a relatively functional free version if you want to cheap out for a bit before paying for the full feature set.

Best for free

Dashlane

Dashlane

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Dashlane Password Manager is a cross-platform password service that really checks all of the boxes. It offers industry-standard AES-256 bit encryption of your passwords, as well as secure cross-device syncing (Windows, Mac, iOS and Android) and on-device password generation. It's also able to store other sensitive non-password data such as IDs, credit card info, addresses and secure notes.

Dashlane comes with its own browser that will auto-fill all of your accounts and passwords as you visit websites, but you can also elect to use its keyboard to easily insert passwords into other apps as well. Even if you just want to manually look at your passwords, Dashlane makes it easy to copy and paste them into any app or website. The app itself blocks screenshots, which is nice, and offers several security measures to keep the app safe from unwanted users.

The service is free to use for life with the most basic features, but if you want cross-device syncing and cloud backup you'll be paying $39.99 per year for a premium account. The subscription is worth it if you're going to go all-in with Dashlane.

Bottom line: Dashlane is the best choice for someone who wants to use a full-featured password manager on one device for free, and if you need more you can pay for premium features.

One more thing: When you download Dashlane you get 30 days of the premium features for free to give you a taste of everything it has to offer.

Conclusion

For those who want the absolute best password manager for their phone, tablet and computers, 1Password is the way to go. It has every feature you (and your family or company) want, and you pay a bit extra for that complete package.

Best overall

1Password

1Password

See at Google Play

1Password hits all of the features we expect from this sort of app: AES 256-bit encryption, password generation, fingerprint security, storage for all kinds of information and cross-device syncing. But 1Password does it with a great Android app, and includes a well-implemented Android keyboard that lets you quickly paste login and password details from your secure storage.

As is the case with the best password managers out there, 1Password gets really powerful when you pay to upgrade from the free version. For $2.99 per month (billed annually) 1Password keeps all of your secure information synced across devices — mobile and desktop — using top-end security and you don't have to configure a thing. You can also upgrade to a Family or Team plan to share important information between multiple 1Password users.

Bottom line: 1Password isn't cheap, but it is definitely the easiest to use and most full-featured password manager available.

One more thing: For teams or families that need to simply and securely share passwords, 1Password is definitely the best choice.

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3 months ago

Amazon launches Music Unlimited: New streaming service is cheaper for Prime members

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And there's a super-cheap Echo-only plan too.

As rumored, Amazon has finally unveiled its new streaming service, dubbed Amazon Music Unlimited. Like rival services, the regular price is $9.99 per month, but if you're an Amazon Prime member you'll only pay $7.99 per month (or $79.99 annually.) Subscribers get access to "tens of millions of songs," a step up from the more limited selection offered through Amazon Music to Prime members.

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3 months ago

Digital Offers: Get the Ultimate CompTIA Core Certification Bundle for only $49!

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It's tough to find work these days that doesn't require some pretty impressive computer skills. We're not just talking about proficiency with some basic office software or keyboarding skills, either; some of the most in-demand IT jobs require you to be an expert in security, Cloud software, Linux,networking, and more. How on Earth do you get these under your belt? When do you have the time to study, or the money for tuition?

The online education experts at iCollege have the solution you've been hoping for with the Ultimate CompTIA Core Certification Bundle. By studying online, at your own pace, and at a much lower cost than you'd expect, you'll get all the training you'll need to pass the professional certification IT exams that will finally get you the job you've been wanting, or move your IT career to the next level.

The Ultimate CompTIA Core Certification Bundle is available right now through Android Central Digital Offers for only $49, a 95% savings on a three-course bundle that would normally cost you over $1000! Over a 12 month period, you'll learn from the very best and cover all of the essential IT topics, and you'll be able to:

  • Identify the hardware components of PCs & mobile digital devices
  • Understand operating systems, networking & security fundamentals
  • Install, configure & troubleshoot display devices & peripheral components
  • Manage system components & data storage
  • Install, configure, optimize & maintain Microsoft Windows & other operating systems
  • Support mobile digital devices, printers & multifunction devices

Prepare for your IT certification exams from the comfort of home and at your own pace. Move ahead at work or finally apply for the IT job you've always wanted. Take advantage of the Ultimate CompTIA Core Certification Bundle now for only $49!

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3 months ago

Amazon's latest perk for Prime members includes free e-books and magazines

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Amazon Prime members already get free two-day shipping, access to Prime Video, Prime Music, Audible, and unlimited photo storage with Amazon Drive. Amazon is now adding another perk to the program called Prime Reading that lets customers read from a rotating list of over a thousand titles that feature best-selling books, current magazines, comics, and more.

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3 months ago

Pokémon Go: A beginner's guide

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Pokémon Go is here and we've got all the details to get you started.

If you haven't already heard, Pokémon Go is already the most popular mobile game of all time. It allows you to wander the world catching adorable pocket-sized monsters and finding awesome new landmarks around your city as you do so. There's a lot going on with this game, but we've put together a guide to get you started.

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3 months ago

Getting 'GPS signal not found' error in Pokémon Go? Here's how to fix it!

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Don't let GPS errors stop you from playing Pokémon Go!

Pokémon Go is everywhere, and that's great for Android gamers around the world (or at least in the countries the game has launched. But if you're getting a "GPS signal not found" error when you launch the game, here's how to fix it!

GPS errors? First, make sure GPS is enabled!

Many Android phones come with their GPS radios turned off by default in order to save battery life, since the technology is very battery-intensive. Here's how to turn it on.

Note: This example was done on a Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, but these steps should apply to most Android devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher.

  1. Tap on your phone's Settings icon or access Settings through Quick Settings.
  2. Scroll down to Privacy and safety. Tap on it.
  3. Tap on Location.

  4. Make sure Location toggle is in the on position.
  5. Tap on Locating method. This may also be called Location mode.
  6. Tap GPS, Wi-Fi, and mobile networks. This may also be called High accuracy.
  7. Ensure that Wi-Fi is also turned on throughout the game, even if your phone is not connected to a network.

Pokémon Go uses both local Wi-Fi (also known as Assistive GPS), your closest mobile network tower, and GPS satellites to accurately place you in the game world. Turning on just Wi-Fi and mobile network-based location tracking will make your character jump around and less likely to be placed close to Pokémon.

Still getting an error even with GPS enabled?

GPS satellites are finicky things. While the radios inside Android phones have improved significantly over the last few years, they're still not perfect, and may sometimes have trouble locating you, especially indoors.

If you're still getting GPS errors even after turning everything on, take a step outside and hold your phone steady for around 30 seconds. That should allow the GPS satellites to lock onto your phone and get things back to normal.

MORE: Common Pokémon Go problems and how to fix them!

Can you still play the game without GPS?

Yes! If you don't have a phone with GPS, or are using a Wi-Fi tablet that doesn't have a GPS radio, it's still possible to play Pokémon Go. Unfortunately, the experience won't be as good, since you'll need to be in areas that have strong Wi-Fi signals, such as restaurants, bars, coffee shops, or other businesses, that you can connect to. Since Pokémon Go relies on having an internet connection, it will be able to locate you with just a Wi-Fi signal — just don't expect to compete on the same level as your Android phone-wielding friends.

Getting a driving warning when you're not actually driving?

That's a GPS problem! It's called GPS drift and it is usually caused when your phone can't latch onto a strong GPS signal while indoors. The quick fix is to turn on Wi-Fi, or to get close to a window, which will make it easier for a satellite to lock onto your GPS location.

MORE: How to avoid a driving warning in Pokémon Go

Update to the latest version

Are you getting a lot of GPS errors even after following all the steps above? Update to the latest version from the Play Store!

Pokémon Go

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3 months ago

Nexus 6 finally receives Android 7.0 Nougat OTA, factory images also posted

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Better late than never — Nougat is here.

Ah, our (somewhat) beloved Shamu — the Nexus 6. Seemingly forgotten with the launch of Nougat to other Nexuses over five weeks ago, owners of the two-year-old Nexus 6 have been waiting for an update. Not only has Google posted an Android 7.0 Nougat factory image and a flashable OTA file, but we've received plenty of notes saying that Nexus 6s are receiving OTA updates now as well.

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3 months ago

Digital Offers: Grab the ultimate computer security bundle for $29

A large majority of our life resides in our computers these days. From personal files to pictures, bank statements and much more, so you should be paying attention to how secure all of it is. Unfortunately, it isn't always easy to ensure your computer is safe, or know that you are doing the most you can to protect yourself, and learning how can be expensive.

Luckily, it doesn't need to cost a fortune to learn how to secure your computer thanks to this awesome bundle. The 7 part course will teach you from the basics to mastering applied encryption and beyond. You'll gain a lifetime of access to the materials, which includes nearly 40 hours of training materials that you'll be able to access when and where you need them.

The parts of this bundle include:

  • Part 1: CISSP Certification Training Program (6 Hours)
    • Earn the internationally recognized CISSP security certification for information security professionals
    • Gain a career distinction w/ enhanced credibility & marketability
  • Part 2: VoIP Hacking & Penetration Testing Training (6 Hours)
    • Gain the knowledge & skills to create, secure & monitor a Voice over IP (VoIP)
    • Learn to use Metasplot, Nmap, Viproy, Nessus, Hping & other tools
  • Part 3: The Bible of Hacking (6 Hours)
    • Learn the fundamentals of Ethical Hacking from a professional & become a certified hacker
  • Part 4: Document Hashing & Secure Password Hashing Using the JCA (4 Hours)
    • Use the Java Cryptography Architecture to implement document hashing & secure password hashing into Java applications
    • Learn how to use salt & iteration count for secure password hashing under PBKDF2 from PKCS#5 security standards
  • Part 5: Become a Master of the Applied Encryption & Its Terminology (4 Hours)
    • Explore the common terminology & technical background of encryption technologies
  • Part 6: Understand TCP For Computer Networks (3 Hours)
    • Understand the processes & functions by which data is transferred
    • Learn how TCP performance is impacted & how to rectify common issues w/ TCP connections
  • Part 7: Advanced Mobile Application Penetration Testing (10 Hours)
    • Practice hands-on exercises designed to hack mobile apps in a legal environment
    • Learn how to assess a mobile app's security & gain a valuable, employable skill

Priced at just $29 you get quite a lot for your money. With lifetime access to the more than 30 hours of courses, you'll be able to learn more about computer security and have access to the information even while out and about.

Normally this bundle would run around $700, but if you pick it up now you can get it for 95% off, dropping the price to just $29. Don't miss out on all this great information at a super affordable price.

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3 months ago

Action Launcher 3 update adds Android 7.1's launcher shortcut feature

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New "Quickcuts" capability rounds out the list of Pixel Launcher features in the popular app.

Ready to try out some of the features from the Google Pixel's home screen launcher (without sideloading a leaked APK that doesn't quite work right)? Action Launcher has just been updated with a new "Quickcuts" feature, which recreates the launcher shortcuts feature from the unannounced Android 7.1 Nougat release. Spotted in certain Google apps by enterprising hackers, these shortcuts let you perform a gesture on an icon to access shortcuts to different areas of that app — similar to 3D Touch on the iPhone.

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3 months ago

Google Play Music finally launches in India!

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Google Play Music is here, and it's everything you've been waiting for.

After several false starts, the moment we've all been waiting for is here. Google Play Music is finally available in India, and at an initial glance, it looks like the entire catalog is available for customers in the country.

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3 months ago

Let's talk about the Pixel's crazy new on-screen keys

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Android's on-screen buttons get a big overhaul as part of the new Google UI on the Pixel phones. So let's take a look at what's new, and revisit what's come before.

So the first proper render of one of the new Google Pixel phones has leaked out, and with it we're getting a look at some new UI tweaks in that device's software. The Pixel phones put the Google brand front and center, and so we're seeing some significant UI tweaks — not least of which is in Android's soft keys.

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