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17 min ago

Action Launcher review: The Swiss Army home screen

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Action Launcher

Android is constantly changing, and so is its home screen.

The home screen sets Android apart from other mobile platforms, and it's an excellent marker to judge Android's state and evolution. Folders have gotten more advanced (and far more fashionable) in the last two years. Live wallpapers are starting to experience a bit of a revival. Most importantly, launchers themselves have evolved and been refined, with gestures becoming a far more normalized and integral part of the experience. While many launchers have begun to add gestures to launch the app drawer and other specific actions, gestures have been at the core of the Action Launcher experience for years, and they help make it one of the most intuitive and customizable launchers on the platform.

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37 min ago

Pick a new color for every situation with this $32 Philips Hue smart bulb

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White and multi-colored, dimmable, and smart. This bulb does everything.

Update: This product has dropped in price by $8 since yesterday's mention.

This Philips Hue A19 3rd generation LED smart bulb is down to $31.99 on Amazon. This bulb has been selling for as much as $47 recently. Although it does drop in price often, this sort of deal can be easy to miss because it doesn't last long.

Whether you're just getting started with smart bulbs or want to add to an ever-expanding collection, this smart bulb can do whatever you need it to do. Add some color to a dull room, ambiance to your movies or video games, or just use it because it's dimmable.

Features include:

  • Choose between millions of colors and shades of white light to light your home, wirelessly control with your smartphone or tablet, and sync your light immersively to music, games, and movies.
  • Requiring the Hue Bridge for the full Hue experience, this bulb fits standard-size table and floor lamps. Enjoy richer shades of green, cyan, and blue with improved design.
  • Install the LED light as you would install ordinary bulbs, then pair them with the Hue Bridge, which allows you to control smart-bulb-equipped lamps and overhead lights via the Philips Hue App.
  • Easily expand your lighting system with accessories (sold separately), such as a Hue Dimmer Switch, Hue Tap, or Hue Motion Sensor. Pair it for automation with your existing Nest or SmartThings system.

If you want to fully control multiple Philips Hue bulbs, you'll need a Hue Bridge. You could just get the Hue Starter Kit, which includes the bridge and three of these lights. It's down to $110 on Best Buy right now.

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1 hour ago

This is the best deal you'll find on a Google Wifi 3-pack this holiday season

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Here's your chance to save a few extra bucks on a Google Wifi system!

Google Wifi, the company's first mesh internet setup, has been quite popular since its release. At first, it was pretty hard to find, and we've never really seen any great deals on it, until now. You can pick up a 3-pack from Amazon for just $249. This is a savings of $50 on the system. Best Buy and B&H both have it for the same price.

With Google Wifi you can easily set up and manage your network right from your phone. The mesh system allows you to bring the internet to parts of your home or office that didn't get a good signal before. If your current system is struggling, or you are looking for something new, be sure to pick up the 3-pack now!

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1 hour ago

Amazon Fire TV Stick vs. Fire TV 4K: Which should you buy?

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Amazon Fire TV

Two streaming solutions, both alike in dignity, from fair Amazon, where we make our choice. ... Which should you buy? We've got your answer.

When it comes to plugging into your television, Amazon has two options that'll tempt you to open your wallet. OK, three. Sort of. Do a quick search for "Fire TV" on Amazon and you'll find the "Fire TV Stick," and the new "All-New Fire TV with 4K Ultra HD and Alexa Voice Remote." (I'll be referring to it as the "Fire TV dongle." The latter is the latest model, released in October 2017, and runs $69. The former was released in 2016 (there's a new model for 2017 for use outside the U.S.) and is $39.

You'll also find a refurbished Fire TV box. That one was released in 2015, and we're expecting an update to it any time now. It's still a perfectly good option at $84.

In any event, none of this is going to bust your budget. And all three streamers do pretty much the same thing, and are nearly identical on screen. They give you access to Amazon's Appstore (and Amazon Music, let you watch all sorts of streaming video, and play all kinds of games. (Because, again, apps.)

But you still need to make a choice. Do you go for the new $69 Fire TV dongle, $84 refurbished Fire TV? Or the $39 Fire TV Stick? Seems like a no-brainer, right? Well, it's not.

Let's take a look at the differences.

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Fire TV Stick vs. Fire TV — the specs

Category Fire TV Stick Fire TV (refurb) Fire TV Gen 3 Amazon Fire TV Stick Amazon Fire TV Amazon Fire TV Gen 3 Price $39 $89 $69 Form factor HDMI stick Small set-top box HDMI dongle Release date September 2016 December 2015 October 2017 Supported resolution Up to 1080p 4K 4K HDR10 No No No Dolby Vision No No No Ethernet No Yes No Storage 8GB 8GB 8GB Expandable storage No Up to 128GB No Memory 1GB 2GB 2GB Processor MediaTek 8127D quad-core (32-bit) MediaTek 8173C quad-core (64-bit) Amlogic S905Z GPU Mali-450 MP4 PowerVR Rogue GX6250 Mali-450 MP3 Bluetooth 4.1 4.1 + LE BT 4.2 + LE See at Amazon Fire TV Stick Fire TV Gen 3

Fire TV Stick vs. Fire TV — what you need to know

The specs tell a pretty clear story. The new Fire TV dongle adds support for HDR10, but doesn't have expandable storage, or an ethernet port. (While it's not yet announced, those are both things I'd expect to see in a refresh to the old Fire TV box.)

All of these models do the same things. They plug into your TV, connect to the Internet and your Amazon account, and let you download apps and watch videos and stuff.

But one of them does it better than the other. That's something you can glean from the specs — the new Fire TV dongle has more powerful internals than the less expensive Fire TV Stick

What you'll find is that all of them get the job done. What you'll also find is that the Fire TV dongle does it better, with the addition of HDR.

Why you should get the Fire TV dongle over the Fire TV Stick

Amazon Fire TV dongle The Amazon Fire TV dongle. ($69 at Amazon)

For my money — and let's be clear here, while $69 isn't nothing, it's not a whole lot of money — I'd get the Fire TV dongle.

A couple reasons why:

First: I like the dongle form factor. Yeah, you lose a couple of important features in expandable storage and ethernet. And if those two things are deal-breakers for you, the Fire TV box still works great, or you could wait for a refresh.

Second: HDR is a big deal. It takes what otherwise is a ho-hum stream and makes it better. When you're talking about upscaling streamed content on a 4K TV, bytes need every little bit of help they can get. While it's disappointing to not have Dolby Vision on board — it's a proprietary, better version of HDR and simply isn't supported by the processor in this case — it's also not available on any of Amazon's Fire TV devices yet. So that's a wash.

You can get by with the Fire TV Stick, but get more out of the box for that extra $30.

The Fire TV dongle also has better hardware. And when it comes to this sort of thing — decoding video and running apps — better hardware almost always leads to a better experience. That's definitely true when it comes to the Fire TV. It won't blow the doors off other streaming devices. But when it comes to these two, it's definitely the victor. Better processor, better GPU. That means better performance.

Also: If you've got a 4K television — that's the newfangled resolution that's also referred to as UHD — then the Fire TV dongle also is the right call, as it's the only one here that handles that many pixels. The Fire TV stick is limited to a 1080p resolution.

There are a few other minor differences, but those are the big ones you should worry about.

And moreover, when given a choice that's within my budget I always get as much tech as I can. It won't necessarily future-proof the device. For as much better as Fire TV is over the stick, it's still not the same as getting a couple hundred dollars worth of hardware.

But in this case, the new $69 Fire TV dongle is the right decision.

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Updated November 2017: We've updated this post to recommend the updated Fire TV dongle, which is now the Fire TV update our update recommends.

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1 hour ago

Many of these Logitech PC accessories are down to historic lows at Amazon

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Grab some PC essentials at their lowest prices ever.

Is this deal for me?

If you've been looking for some new Logitech PC accessories, you are going to want to check out these awesome deals. A variety of keyboards, mice, speakers and more are all on sale at both Amazon and Best Buy. Many of these prices are historic lows for the items, and others are within a few dollars of the lows.

Keyboards

Mice

Headsets & Speakers

Racing Wheels

TL;DR

  • What makes this deal worth considering? - Some of these Logitech products are down to their lowest prices ever!
  • Things to know before you buy! - These deals are thanks to Black Friday, so there's no telling when they'll run out.

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2 hours ago

T-Mobile outage? Here's what you need to do!

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Having trouble staying connected to the T-Mobile network? Here's what to do to determine if there's an outage in your area.

T-Mobile is one of the fastest growing mobile networks in America, but sometimes that that can lead to growing pains — outages and other network issues.

If you're experiencing issues connecting to the T-Mobile network, here's a step-by-step guide of how you can figure out what's causing the issue.

First things first, make sure it's not your phone

If you're having trouble with your T-Mobile device and are thinking of calling technical support, you should save yourself some time and be sure that it isn't a setting on your phone that's causing the connectivity issues.

T-Mobile has a support page for troubleshooting signal issues and it's as good a place to start. Here are the first things you should try:

  • Be sure to check your device settings to make sure Airplane mode is off and Data roaming is turned on. In network settings, the Network mode should be set to auto.
  • Tap the Mobile data icon in your notification shade twice to turn toggle your phone's network services.
  • Remove any cases or covers from the device.
  • Try turning off your device, wait five seconds, and then turn your device on again.
  • Ensure that your T-Mobile SIM card is properly installed on your phone.

It's easy to blame a wireless carrier when things go wrong (fun, too), but sometimes we do it to ourselves. It can be pretty easy to accidentally switch into Airplane mode without noticing it. Its embarrassing when it happens, but it's even more embarrassing to find out while on the phone with a customer service rep.

Check the T-Mobile Coverage Map

T-Mobile has a pretty reliable nationwide network that's been steadily expanding over the past few years, but there are a still a few gaps in coverage and not all areas are serviced with full 4G data. If you're travelling through a part of the country you've never been to before and are experiencing slower data speeds you'll want to check T-Mobile's coverage map.

You can browse around the map and zoom in to see the specific coverage provided in your area, or search by address, city, or zip code.

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Check out T-Mobile's outage report

If you're well within T-Mobile's coverage and still experiencing issues, there might be an outage in your area. Outage.Report is a reliable site that tracks outages reported across the country for all major carriers.

At a glance you'll be able to see if there have been any outages reported in the last 20 minutes, a color-coded history of network problems reported over the last few months, along with a heat map showing areas which are currently experiencing issues. It's a handy site worth bookmarking if you're a T-Mobile customer. Also, If you're experiencing an outage make sure to click the "Not working for me" button and report it!

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Still need help?

So you've checked to make sure your phone's settings are set right, you've confirmed you're well within T-Mobile 4G coverage, and there's no reported outage in your area — and yett you're still struggling with network issues.

It's time to call T-Mobile technical support. They can be reached by dialling 611 from a T-Mobile phone, or toll free at 1-877-746-0909. Agents are available 24/7 and will help you further troubleshoot any issues with your service.

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3 hours ago

Eufy BodySense vs. Fitbit Aria 2: Which smart scale is best for you?

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Which Smart Scale is the right fit for your active lifestyle?

I've covered a number of topics in this health column, from tracking your dietary habits to the best accessories to get the most out of your runs. This week, I'll be focusing on the devices we use to track our progress.

Smart scales might seem like a superfluous upgrade to a pretty basic piece of bathroom equipment, but they're great for getting a more accurate insight into your overall health rather than just knowing your total weight. Based on first impressions the Eufy BodySense and Fitbit Aria 2 both look nearly identical, but just like with people, it's what's on the inside that counts.

Why should you get a smart scale?

So maybe you're reading this while thinking about your reliable old bathroom scale and thinking that it does its designed job pretty well. Why upgrade?

Well, if you're only interested in occasionally checking your current weight, maybe you don't need to upgrade. But if you're trying to improve your health you should know that basing your fitness goals off of your total weight only gives you a fraction of your overall health.

Smart scales use technology called bioelectrical impedance to measure your body fat percentage, bone density, and much more.

Smart scales use technology called bioelectrical impedance to measure your body fat percentage, bone density, and much more. This is accomplished by sending the slightest electrical current up through your legs — muscle and water are a better conductor of electricity than fat or bone. You can see the different conductive areas on the scale where your feet need to touch to complete the connection. It's great to see a more accurate breakdown of your overall health, but the technology is not foolproof and despite the picture above, you'll need to weigh yourself barefoot to get all those added metrics tracked — but no one needs to see a close-up of my bare feet.

All your measurements are tracked automatically and presented as a graph so you can track your progress and see the impact that proper dieting and exercise is having. Maybe you're not losing weight, but your body fat percentage is going down while your muscle mass is quietly increasing. With a smart scale, you'll be able to note those important differences.

Both the Eufy and Fitbit scales offer support for multiple users and instantaneously send the info right to your phone, but it's the connection method between scale and phone that's different and ultimately might be the deciding factor in which one you go with.

Eufy BodySense Smart Scale

Eufy is a sister company of Anker, which is of course known for its outstanding portable batteries and affordable Bluetooth speakers. While Anker makes great accessories for your phone accessories, Eufy focuses on smart home products, from robot vacuums to the BodySense Smart Scale.

Using the BodySense Smart Scale is just as easy as using any other scale, only with the added benefit of getting a ton of cool stats sent to your phone. All you need is the EufyLife app open on your phone and a Bluetooth connection when you step onto the scale and the scale displays your weight while sending the more specific metrics to your phone, where they're tracked over time in graphs that really help to illustrate your progress. The BodySense scale can manage up to 20 unique users and you can also configure it to sync your data to Google Fit automatically after each measurement.

The EufyLife app is easy to use, although it's kind of annoying to have your phone on you and open to the app each time you want to get your full metrics. Fortunately, once the Bluetooth connection is established it pops up on your phone almost immediately and gives you a great breakdown of your stats at a glance, with graphs and more info available by tapping on each measurement.

Aesthetically I love the look of the Eufy smart scale, especially how the display is right under the glass and nearly invisible until it comes to life when you step on. The most important feature in a smart scale for me is the ability to use it quickly and efficiently as a normal scale for the times when you don't particularly care about all those or if a visitor wants to check their weight. But if cost is most important to you, the Eufy BodySense will leave you smiling at just $50.

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Fitbit Aria 2

You all know Fitbit, the company that brought fitness trackers into the mainstream. The Fitbit Aria 2 is the latest companion scale that's designed to seamlessly sync with the Fitbit dashboard like the rest of Fitbit's product line.

The display is the heart and sole of the Aria 2. It's big and bright — and nearly impossible to get a good picture of with decent lighting. It's also capable of a lot more than just displaying your weight, as you'll see fun little animations pop up there, along with a customized user icon just so you know that your Aria is tracking for the right person.

Another important difference is how the Aria 2 wirelessly syncs its data to your phone. Unlike the Eufy smart scale, the Aria 2 connects to your home's Wi-Fi network and will automatically sync to your connected Fitbit account so that your vitals are waiting for you on your Fitbit Dashboard whenever you decide to check in. The tradeoff here is that it seems to take the Aria 2 a bit longer to process the information — it takes about four seconds for the Eufy to lock in on my weight and nearly 10 seconds for the Aria 2 to stop fluctuation between measurements. It's certainly not a deal-breaker, but it is quite noticeable when you used them back-to-back.

If you already wear a Fitbit daily for tracking steps and workouts, getting the Aria 2 is really a no-brainer. Fitbit offers a really polished app experience which lets you set goals, plan meals, and track your workouts. Adding the Aria 2 only enhances the overall Fitbit experience.

The Aria 2 is currently available for pre-order on Amazon for $129 and available in both white and black styles. Having previously spent some time with the first Aria smart scale, I've certainly found the Aria 2 to offer a more refined experience along with being easier to set up and use. The Aria 2 is superior, but if you don't mind settling for the older model you can get the original Aria smart scale at a blowout price of just $87 which is still a pretty good deal.

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Which should you get?

The Fitbit Aria 2 is a great scale for any hardcore fitness folks who never go a day without wearing their Fitbit tracker. If you're already going to be checking in on the Fitbit app regularly, it just makes sense to go with a device that will seamlessly mesh with your app and other devices.

On the other hand, if you're just looking to upgrade your boring old bathroom scale to a cool new smart scale that works without much fuss, the Eufy BodyScale is a great option at a very reasonable price. It's a little clunky having to have the EufyLife app open on your phone, and it's easy to forget to do so and miss out on recording a day. But at less than half the price of the Aria 2, it's an easy compromise to make for those looking to get good value on a smart scale.

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3 hours ago

Deal: Alcatel Idol 5S is down to $200, its lowest price ever

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Some great Black Friday smartphone deals.

Update: These discounts are now live. Hit the links below to pick one up for yourself!

Last year, Alcatel's Idol 4S was one of our top budget smartphone choices, so we were pretty excited when the sequel, the Idol 5S, didn't make too many changes.

What the phone did, though, was get introduced at a much lower price than its predecessor. For $280, users got a 5.2-inch 1080p panel, a Snapdragon 625 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 2620mAh battery, a 12MP rear camera, and a low-profile version of Android 7.1 Nougat.

Now the Idol 5S is down to $199.99 for a limited time -- between Thursday, November 23 at 12:00 AM PST and Monday, November 27 at 11:59 PM PST -- for Black Friday. That's the same price Amazon sells the ad-supported Prime Exclusive version, but this one is ad-free and compatible with all four U.S. carriers.

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Alcatel is also discounting its entry-level A30 smartphone to $60 for the same period, which is a pretty outstanding deal on a device with a Snapdragon 210 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, an 8MP camera, and Android 7.0 Nougat.

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3 hours ago

This limited edition PS4 Pro comes with Destiny 2 and is now on sale for $350

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We didn't expect a lot of PS4 Pro deals this year, so this is a nice surprise!

Amazon is selling the PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB Limited Edition Console - Destiny 2 Bundle for only $349.99! This is a match of GameStop and Best Buy's price, but they have the standard Black console without Destiny 2! Amazon wins.

There are a ton of other great PlayStation sales going on right now, including unique prices on games, the PlayStation VR down to one of its best prices, and more.

Features include:

  • This Limited Edition bundle is the perfect package for existing and new Destiny fans.
  • Destiny 2 players on PS4 will have access to bonus content before its available anywhere else.
  • Bonus content includes a competitive multiplayer map, a three person co-op Strike, a new ship, specialized gear set and an exclusive exotic weapon.
  • HDR in Destiny 2 coming soon.

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3 hours ago

Android Pay vs. Samsung Pay: Which do you use?

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Android Pay works great, but a lot of our forum users would rather use Samsung Pay any day of the week.

If you own a modern Android phone, there's a good chance you've used it to make a mobile payment at one point or another. Android Pay is your only real option to use if you own a phone from HTC, LG, Google, or OnePlus, but if you own any modern Samsung flagship, you have the choice between Android and Samsung Pay.

Samsung Pay has long had the advantage of supporting both NFC and MST transactions, and when you combine this with the ability to earn free money by simply spending as you normally would, you end up with a couple big reasons to take advantage of Samsung's service if you own hardware that's compatible with it.

When posed with the question of Android Pay versus Samsung Pay, this is what some of our forum users had to say.

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its 100x better! not only does it work in more places, you can make money just by using it with the rewards program.

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Overall, the biggest advantage of Samsung Pay over Android Pay and iPay is the MST technology. You can use it to tap, just like Android Pay and iPay, but where taps are not accepted, it can simulate a swipe. In fact, I find that the MST (magnetic secure transmission) works better than the tap technology. The big trick is to get the cashier to get the machine ready for a swipe, when you aren't...

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There is no comparison, IMO. If I see a slider, my Samsung Pay works. I don't have to look for Android Pay available notices etc.

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Baby_Doc 11-21-2017 08:24 PM “

I haven't use Google Pay, but I use Samsung Pay all of the time. I have my Costco Visa card registered which gives me money back when I use it almost anywhere. Along with that, I am also getting Samsung Reward Points, which is a bonus you don't get with Google

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With all that said, we'd now like to pass the question on to you – Do you use Android Pay or Samsung Pay?

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4 hours ago

5 great ways to edit video on your Chromebook

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It's better (and easier) than you thought it was.

One of the biggest criticisms of a Chromebook is the lack of good programs for content creation. Any time you read an article on the internet about using a Chromebook, inevitably someone in the comments will mention Photoshop or Adobe Premiere as the reason they can't use one, and they might be right. If you absolutely need Photoshop or Premiere and all the features they come with, you can't expect to do it on a Chromebook without a lot of fuss.

But most people don't need Photoshop or Premiere, even if they are using those programs on a Windows or macOS computer. And when you look at the alternatives that have the features a basic user needs, Chromebooks are starting to look better every day. We've mentioned that Polarr is an awesome photo editor for your Chromebook that can do more than most people will ever need, and now we've got five easy ways to edit your videos.

None of them are as feature-rich as Premiere, but every one of them stacks up against iMovie or even Final Cut ProX quite nicely. Have a look!

PowerDirector

You need to have access to Google Play to install PowerDirector.

PowerDirector is a feature-packed video editor app for Android that happens to scale nicely and work great on your Chromebook.

It has a familiar timeline interface and can import, edit and export video in 720p, Full HD 1080p, and 4K, including footage direct from your GoPro camera. Because it was built for Android, it's also very touch-friendly but you can use a keyboard and trackpad without any issues. But the biggest strength of PowerDirector are all the special effects, many of which are free.

Adding effects like slow-motion, transitions, or video styles is easy and intuitive, and you can even go a step further with photo or voice overlays using the simple and effective interface. Of course, cutting, trimming, and splitting your clips is also dead simple.

The one thing we don't love is the length of time it takes to export a 1080p or 4K video. Because there is no hardware acceleration it takes a while. But you can always leave your Chromebook plugged in and go do something else while it's exporting.

Download: PowerDirector (free with in-app purchases)

Kinemaster

Kinemaster offers much of the same power-user features as PowerDirector does, but adds one other really cool thing — theme support.

You can edit your videos by hand using effects, transitions, and overlays, or you can use a wizard and ley Kinemaster build a video for you using the visual style, artwork, font selection and music tracks you chose or let the wizard choose for you. the results can be pretty awesome!

Kinemaster is a subscription service but has a free trial mode. You can use the subscription plan through Google Play to get the full version.

In trial mode KineMaster is free for unlimited personal, non-commercial use, but has a "Made with KineMaster" watermark on all videos. Both monthly and annual subscriptions are available for purchase within the app. In addition to the removal of the watermark, subscribers benefit from access to premium downloadable assets from the KineMaster asset store, including visual effects, overlays, professional high-quality royalty-free music, and more, with new assets added regularly. A subscription automatically renews every month (or year, if you chose the discounted annual subscription option) unless you cancel in the Play Store app.

Download: Kinemaster (free trial; subscription service)

WeVideo

Not every Chromebook has access to Google Play, but there are several great online editors available. WeVideo is one of them.

WeVideo is a full-featured editor but is still simple enough for anyone to use right away because of its intuitive interface. Upload your video from your Chromebook or online hosting services like Instagram or Facebook, or even file storage services like Dropbox or Google Drive and you use another computers processing power to do all the work.

WeVideo is a subscription service and free users will have a watermark on their exported video. The company offers various plans for personal and business use.

Part of WeVideo's charm is the template media library that lets you use royalty free sounds effects and music in a pre-packaged set of transitions and effects. Free users have a great selection to choose from and paid users get even more, as well as other extras like advanced text templates for titles and credits.

For people who don't want to spend a lot of time or just aren't great at editing, you can let the program do the work for you, and if you want to do it all by hand you'll appreciate all the goodies available right in the web app.

See at WeVideo (free with paid tier)

Magisto

Magisto is another web app to edit videos with a focus on simplicity.

They promise to create a great video from your uploaded footage in "3 Easy Steps" using your choice of templates, themes, and music. there are plenty of styles to choose from for free users, and if you choose to upgrade to the paid service there are many more.

Once you've gone through the creation wizard you can go back and change anything you selected, and once you're sure you just click one button and check back in a few minutes to find your created video in your account.

If you're looking for complete control, Magisto isn't for you. But if what you're after is a service that can make a great video from your media Magisto is one of the best out there!

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OpenShot Video Editor extension

The OpenShot Video Editor extension is both the best and worst pick on our list.

OpenShot is an incredible and feature-packed free open-source video editor that many Linux users know and love, but the OpenShot Online extension from OffieDocs is really cumbersome. Especially when it comes to importing a video clip or two.

One past that you'll find that OpenShot is a powerful tool with a feature set that rivals Adobe Premiere. Unlimited tracks and clips (including text, images, watermarks, and audio) and support for just about any file format you can imagine are here along with professional-level tools like keyframe animation editing and a complete set of timescale effects. Anything you would want to do while working on a video project can be done in OpenShot.

On a Chromebook, though, you might hate the uploading tools for the Online version.

Download: OpenShot Video Editor (free)

How to do you edit video on your Chromebook?

Let us know in the comments below!

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4 hours ago

Amazon is offering up to $100 off Sonos speakers right now

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One of our favorite deals is available ahead of Friday!

Update: These discounts are back again. If you missed out on them the other day, you won't want to miss out today!

Right now you can score up to $100 off select Sonos speakers at Amazon. This deal includes the first discount on the Sonos One, dropping it down to just $174.99. The Sonos One is the company's first speaker that builds Alexa right into the speaker, and we had good things to say about it in our review.

Sonos is also offering all of these discounts on its own site.

TL;DR

  • What makes this deal worth considering? - Sonos discounts are rather rare, and this is the first discount that we have seen on the Sonos One.
  • Things to know before you buy! - The Sonos One is the newest speaker from the company, and has Amazon's Alexa built right into it. All of the speakers are great and worth buying, but the Sonos One is what you will most likely be interested in right now.

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4 hours ago

Amazon takes up to 25% off nearly any book its sells

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Amazon is currently offering $5 off any print book order totaling $20 or more. You can mix and match a few different titles to hit the $20 mark, or you can get a single book that's valued at any amount over $20. To get the discount, you'll need to enter coupon code GIFTBOOK17 during checkout.

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5 hours ago

Google's Pixel 2 delivers great photo results for those with accessibility issues

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Blurred photos from shaky hands are a thing of the past.

With the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, some of their features are making a huge difference in terms of accessibility. Namely the fact that they're using both optical image stabilization (OIS) and electronic image stabilization (EIS) while taking photos or videos. For people like me who live with benign tremors in their hands, this makes a huge impact.

We're going to break down why.

OIS and EIS mean no more shaky videos

Try imagining this: You go to take a selfie, but your hands are shaking so badly that every shot comes out hopelessly blurred. How about trying to take video of your niece's dance recital, except that the shaking makes it nearly painful to try and watch. For plenty of people all over the world, including me, that's just life.

OIS and EIS working together makes a huge difference.

Or it was anyway until Google delivered OIS and EIS for all the photos and videos you want to take with that glorious new camera. Without getting too technical, the way it works out is this: OIS allows a lens to compensate for small movements, while EIS compensates by using the Gyrometer inside your phone to note motion. Working together, they make a huge difference.

Tremors in your hands are aggravating, but depending on the degree, it doesn't make taking photos impossible. What it does do is make it much harder than it needs to be, and in a world where so much of our lives play out online in photos, you want to be able to grab a snapshot without having to set up a tripod to pull that off.

Having OIS and EIS, rather than one or the other, means that snagging a photo or video is no longer an intensive project at all. More to the point, folks suffering from Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis, or in my case benign tremors, no longer have to worry about taking 25 photos just to get one that turns out.

How well does it work?

I get the chance regularly to check out the best new phones when they hit the market, and prior to getting my Pixel 2, I was using a Samsung Galaxy Note 8. While the camera there was fantastic, I've got well over 100 shots that were blurred when I was standing still because of how bad my hands were shaking. Any attempt to take a photo required two hands, and it wasn't because of the large Infinity display.

I don't need to worry if I'm having a good or bad day because the camera on the Pixel 2 does its job fantastically.

In order to get a clear picture, I'd need to stand still, concentrate, and use both hands to try and stabilize the phone. Even then, I wound up with more photos ruined by blur than I got clear shots. Then I picked up my Pixel 2. While the smaller form factor does make it sit better in my hand, I've only got a handful of blurred photos, and most of them are of my dog who is incapable of sitting still.

I don't need to worry if I'm having a good day where my tremors are nearly invisible or a bad one when I can barely write, because in either case, the camera on the Pixel 2 does its job fantastically. I can easily snap a photo and be done with it, as opposed to the days of taking a photo over and over when it was ruined due to blur.

Are you a fan?

It's clear that Google put a lot of thought into the camera of their Pixel 2, and it translates magnificently into user experience. Whether you've never had issues with hands that shake, or you live with it every day, you can rest assured that the photos you take will be bold, brilliant, and most importantly, in focus. Have you been using the camera? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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5 hours ago

All Our Black Friday Picks 2017

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We know not everyone can browse tons of deal feeds to find the best deal, so we've simplified it for you. This list will constantly be updating, so be sure to check back frequently.

Smart Home

HDTVs

Toys

PlayStation

Google & Android

Amazon Devices

Amazon Deals

Best Buy Deals

Walmart Deals

Apple

Xbox

Nintendo

Everyday Essentials

Fashion & Beauty

LEGO

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