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11 months ago

Want to help Google Home improve? Here's how to send feedback directly to Google

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Google Home is a product that still needs a lot of help.

With Actions on Google, we're finally starting to see Google Home capabilities expand, but that's not to say this product is anywhere near perfect yet. Google is going to be improving Home for years to come (or at least, let's hope it's years to come), and do you want to know how you can help them make this little air freshener lookalike more helpful in your own life? Give Google some feedback! It's easy, too!

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11 months ago

Turn any song into a yule log with Google Play Music's Chromecast Fireplace Visualizer

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Chromecasts roasting with an open fire… Android nipping at your nose…

It's winter. It's Christmas. It's cold. We all just want to curl up by the fire, roast a few marshmallows, and pass out listening to good music. Well, the Google Play Music Chromecast Fireplace Visualizer can't roast the marshmallows, but we have broilers for that. Want to get these lovely flames on your Chromecast? Here's how it's done.

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11 months ago

Top 5 reasons to bring home a Google Home

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The easiest way to high-tech your home.

I have a new roommate, but it doesn't pay rent. Its name is Google Home and it puts Google Assistant in my home so that I can have access to it even when my phone isn't nearby.

I've had Google Home for about a month now and every time I use it, I'm reminded why it was worth adopting in the first place. It's easy to set up, convenient, and some of the tricks it does are worthy party fodder. And since it's available during a holiday season, you might be wondering if it's even worth gifting to a friend or family member. Here's what I'm using it for, which are all great examples of why you'd want something like this at home.

It can keep you informed

I don't commute much anymore, so I don't have as much time to devote to Twitter and reading through RSS feeds and news apps. Instead, I listen to a briefing of the day's news as I clean the kitchen and prep the downstairs for bedtime. I simply say, "OK Google, what's the news today?" and it starts playing through a playlist of the latest news podcasts, rather the ones that were recorded in the morning. It's so much easier than curating my own.

'Okay, Google, what's the news today?'

The best part of the feature is that you can edit where the news comes from, too. For instance, I don't typically have an interest in the sports scores, so I eliminated any sports-centric outlets from being queued up in the playlist. That's all doable from the Settings panel in the Home app on your phone!

It's easier than using your phone

This is the generation of convenience, isn't it? Google Home is perfect for that. You can command it to do things you'd normally do with your phone, like send a text message, add an item to an ongoing shopping list, or call an Uber.

You can use it watch TV, as it accepts commands for Chromecast (or Android TV) and its compatible apps, including Netflix and HBO Go. If you're having a bad morning, you can even ask Home what the traffic is like on the way to work, especially if it's one of those mornings where turning your phone on and unlocking it is too much of an endeavor. We all have those days.

You can program it

Here's a neat party trick: rather than set up your smartphone as the mixtape supplying the tunes, you can ask Google Home to "start a party."

What that does is entirely programmable with the aid of apps like IFTTT and Home's integration with smart devices like the Philips Hue smart bulbs. Home also works in tandem with the Chromecast. If it's hooked up to the living room TV, for example, you ask it to fire up Netflix with the show or movie of your choice.

If you're looking for more inspiration, we've compiled a complete list of all the gadgets and services that work with Google Home. With a little work, you can have Home running the whole show.

It can keep you company

"It's a new day!"

Sometimes, when the house is too quiet, I ask Google Home a question, just to hear a reply. It's a nice break from the monotony of the work-from-home day, and if it's just me and the cat at home, it's a good way to take a break and invite some sound back into the room.

My favorite way of interacting with it is to start off by asking it, "Hey Google, tell me about my day" to get a readout of what's coming up. A simple "It's a new day!" also sets off an IFTTT formula I made that dictates my daily mantras to me. I've actually programmed quite a few so that others in my house can ask it for positive reinforcement, too.

There's more coming

Google Home might seem like it's still figuring itself out through its nascent stage — and that's true! The device has only been out for a month and a half, so it's still got time to catch on. But the news of Android Things and Conversation Actions coming on the horizon should help convince you of its eventual usefulness.

It's kind of like the Chromecast, if you think about — what started out as a relatively inexpensive entertainment dongle is now a sort of plug-in for uniting all the "not-so-smart" devices in your home. In that manner, Google Home is just a convenient way to get into the habit of using Assistant, and as its capabilities grow it'll turn into a bigger part of your daily life.

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11 months ago

Xiaomi Mi Box: Switch to 1080p for dramatically better performance

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 Switch to 1080p for dramatically better performance

Being on the leading edge of a new technology is sometimes difficult.

In the case of video today, supporting 4K resolution — particularly when streaming — isn't always a "sure thing" kind of situation. There are restrictions in hardware, power, internet speed and so on. So while the Xiaomi Mi Box technically supports 4K video, that isn't the same thing as it offering great 4K video.

If you've used the new Mi Box, you'll know that it defaults to 4K resolution when it plugs into a 4K TV. You'll also know that the performance takes a pretty significant hit, sometimes leading to a laggy interface or unnecessarily soft images when Casting content from another app.

Xiaomi Mi Box

Considering its small size and lackluster hardware, it shouldn't be surprising that the Mi Box struggles to play 4K video at the same speed as the NVIDIA Shield Android TV or even the purpose-built Chromecast Ultra streamer. Though it's unfortunate to buy an Android TV box that says "4K" on the package and realize it doesn't do the best job of it, the core of the issue is simply the resolution — meaning there's an easy fix.

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11 months ago

How to replace the base on Google Home

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How do I change the base on my Google Home?

We're finally starting to see more apps and services tie in to Google Home, and the device is finally finding its place in our homes and our lives. That said, in order to let our Google Home fit a little more among our homes and our style, we have another change we can make to Google Home: replace the boring white base with one of Google's more colorful styles.

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11 months ago

Where to buy the Xiaomi Mi Box in the U.S.

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Xiaomi Mi Box

The least expensive full Android TV box you can buy is a bit scarce in U.S. retail.

Though the new Xiaomi Mi Box has been on sale in the U.S. since October, it's been a little tough to get your hands on one. Most major retailers have yet to start selling the boxes, and many that have don't have consistent stock or pricing. If you're still looking to get your hands on this $69 Android TV box, we've rounded up all of the best places to buy it.

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11 months ago

How to export your notes from Evernote

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I want to leave Evernote. How do I do it?

Evernote has been going through a rough period. First it was going to change its privacy policy to allow a small number of employees to read user content to suggestions using machine learning, and people weren't impressed. The move came after the company, which had been experiencing financial troubles, limited to two the number of devices able to access notes on its free tier. Then, Evernote backtracked on the privacy change, [admitting it "messed up."](https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2016/12/15/evernote-revisits-privacy-policy/ Still, people are unhappy, and justifiably so. Some may choose to leave altogether.

There are, frankly, better options out there now. From Google Docs to OneNote to your own convoluted system of HTML and PDF files, here's how to get your stuff out of Evernote ASAP.

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11 months ago

How to get the Pixel fingerprint gesture on other Android phones

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How to get the Pixel fingerprint gesture on other Android phones

How do I use the Pixel fingerprint gesture on another Android phone?

The fingerprint sensor on the Google Pixel isn't just for unlocking the phone; it performs a host of Move shortcuts. One of the most interesting and potentially useful of the bunch is swiping to pull down the notification shade, making one-handed operation (especially of the Pixel XL) much easier.

That feature would be handy on other phones, no? Here's how to get it!

How to enable fingerprint gestures on non-Pixel Android phones

The developers at Code boy studio have come up with a somewhat experimental app that tries to add Move shortcuts to all fingerprint sensors, called Fingerprint Quick Action.

It doesn't exactly work flawlessly. In fact, it's pretty hit and miss, but the quick tap feature does bring down the notification panel, so if you just want it for accessing your notifications, then it works fairly well.

That being said, the developers are pretty up-front about the app and don't try to peddle it as something revolutionary — the "Fast sipe & Quick tap" section even says "Experimental" next to it.

If you want to give it a try (efficacy differs from phone to phone), then here's how!

  1. Download the Fingerprint Quick Action app.
  2. Launch Fingerprint Quick Action by tapping Open in the Google Play Store or by tapping it on your home screen or in the app drawer.
  3. Tap OK, I got it on the pop-up once you have read the disclaimers.
  4. Tap the checkbox next to Enable Fingerprint Quick Action.
  5. Tap OK in the pop-up regarding Accessibility.
  6. Tap Fingerprint Quick Action (third from the top).

    Tap OK, I got it, tap to enable fingerprint quick action, tap OK, tap Fingerprint Quick Action

  7. Tap the switch to enable it.
  8. Tap OK.
  9. Go back to you home screen or the app drawer and launch Fingerprint Quick Action again. For some reason, the app gets stuck in your settings and tapping back only brings you back to the home screen.
  10. Tap Single tap action.
  11. Tap a function. Toggle notification panel works the best, but you can try all of them to see which works best for you.

    Tap the switch, tap OK, launch Fingerprint Quick Action again, tap Single tap action, tap a function

Don't let the name of the feature fool you: Just tapping the fingerprint sensor doesn't really work. You need to hold it there for a moment so that it registers.

If you'd like to swipe to reveal the notification panel instead, then tap Fast swipe & Quick tap action and choose an action. Again, toggling the notification panel works the best, but experiment and see which functions work well on your phone.

Swipe down across your fingerprint sensor to reveal the notification panel, and swipe down again to hide it — swiping upward does nothing.

How to enable double-tap and allow only enrolled fingerprints

Double-tap and using only "enrolled" fingerprints are great security measures and can save you a headache if you don't mean to touch the fingerprint sensor. Enable both for full control.

  1. Launch Fingerprint Quick Action from the home screen or app drawer.
  2. Tap the checkbox next to Enable double tap. Now you'll have to double-tap or double-swipe the fingerprint sensor to carry out the actions you've specified for each action.
  3. Tap the checkbox next to Respond to enrolled fingerprints only. Now only fingerprints registered in your phone will be able to use the fingerprint actions.

    Tap the box next to Enable double tap, tap the box next to Respond to enrolled fingerprints only

Beware that if someone else tries to use fingerprint actions and their fingerprints aren't registered in your phone, the fingerprint sensor will stop working until you lock your phone and unlock it with your pattern or PIN.

Download Fingerprint Quick Action from the Google Play Store

Any questions?

Interested in adding Move gestures to your phone? Spent some time experimenting with Fingerprint Quick Action? Let us know in the comments below!

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11 months ago

How to use Samsung Pay on the Gear S3 without a Samsung phone

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How to use Samsung Pay on the Gear S3 without a Samsung phone

Get the best mobile payment solution available without a Samsung phone.

Samsung's new Gear S3 smartwatch includes the latest in its mobile payment technology, meaning you can use Samsung Pay on your watch to pay at practically any store — no matter if it has an NFC reader or a simple card swipe reader. In a rather surprising move, Samsung has also opened up this feature to work even if your Gear S3 is connected to a non-Samsung phone, bringing the great Samsung Pay experience to anyone who wants to drop $349 on its latest watch.

The setup process is pretty simple, and once you have it loaded up your watch will be ready to tap and pay at just about any payment terminal you come across. Here's how you get it done.

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11 months ago

How to change white balance on the Huawei Mate 9

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Mate 9

If your Huawei Mate 9's screen looks too blue or too orange to you, there's a simple fix.

If you're like us, you're looking at your smartphone's screen constantly throughout the day. So you want it to look just right — including the color temperature of the display. By default, the Huawei Mate 9's display has a slight blueish tint to it — you might notice that colors look slightly cooler in photos, or whites appear a little paler than other phones.

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11 months ago

How to sign up for Amazon Prime

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Prime Video is just one of several reasons to sign up for Amazon Prime.

With Prime Video now available in over 200 countries, now's a good time to consider signing up for Amazon Prime. Prime subscription is available in the U.S., UK, Canada, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, and Spain. If you subscribe to the annual membership — which varies from $7.5 to $99 — in any of these countries, you get free access to Prime Video, as well as a slew of other benefits.

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11 months ago

How the Google Pixel's unlimited photo and video backup works

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Unlimited photo and video backup is one of the Pixel's marquee features.

Google Photos offers unlimited photo backups for everyone as long as the photos are under 16MP and you're willing to save the files at "High Quality." But with the Pixel and Pixel XL, you can store unlimited photos and videos (in 4K!) at full resolution and not have it counted against your quota. Here's how photo backups work on the Pixel.

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11 months ago

What is ARM?

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All computers have a processor, and your phone probably uses one designed by ARM.

We got a great question recently that made us remember that not everyone keeps up to date on specs and hardware design. Someone asked what ARM meant.

Firstly, that's an awesome question. I can imagine it's difficult to make sense of some of the technical talk that happens if you aren't sure of even the basics, and the only way to find out is to ask. So, we're glad you asked!

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11 months ago

How to enable battery percentage on the Pixel

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Easily enable battery percentage on the Pixel with System UI Tuner.

Enabling battery percentage is standard fare if you're using a handset made by Samsung, LG, or HTC. All you need to do is head into your phone's settings and toggle an option to display the percentage in the battery icon. Getting it to show up on the Pixel isn't as straightforward, but it is relatively easy.

How to enable battery percentage on the Pixel

  1. Swipe down on the notification shade.
  2. Press and hold on the Settings gear icon for five seconds.
  3. You'll see a notification that says System UI Tuner has been enabled.

  4. Open Settings.
  5. Navigate to System UI Tuner.
  6. In the System UI Tuner menu, select Status bar.

  7. Navigate to the bottom of the page to find the option for Battery.
  8. Select Always show percentage.
  9. Now you'll see the battery percentage in the status bar icon.

That's all there is to it. Even though the battery percentage is displayed by default once you enable the option, the value gets switched out to a "+" symbol once the phone goes into battery-saver mode.

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11 months ago

How to use Move shortcuts on the Google Pixel

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How do I quickly access notifications using the Google Pixel's fingerprint sensor? Move shortcuts!

Google has added three useful gestures to the Google Pixel that are sure to make you more productive. While they're not exactly new in the Android ecosystem, found in various phones from Motorola to Huawei to LG, they're put to great use here.

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