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Since Google's new Pixel 2s have Bluetooth battery indicators, it's probably time for you to invest in a pair of Bluetooth headphones. Just to see what that indicator looks like, of course. Not because $119.99 is a great deal for some active noise-canceling, on-ear Bluetooth headphones with up to 10 hours of battery life. Honest.  These particular headphones are Amazon's deal of the day, so you'll want to act fast. The promotion ends in a bit under 7 hours, at the time of writing. We've never Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Android Police

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Yes, but it's a bit complicated. Twitch streaming is now an integral part of modern gaming and as such any chance to stream new or unique content is going to be worthwhile for any streamer. There are a lot of fun, interesting apps and games available for Daydream that would be worth streaming and with a little leg work you should be able to get a great stream running. Want to stream to Twitch? Here's how to get started! Ok, so what do I need? It's complicated, but with the right equipment it is Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Android Central

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These days, almost every service with any kind of social element includes a place for a profile picture. Most apps will also give users an opportunity to crop the image down before locking it in, that way you don't have to break out a photo editor just to center yourself and cut out other people from the shot. Most people probably never noticed it, but this little convenience feature wasn't available in Allo, at least not until now.   The new cropping screen appears just after you select an Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Android Police

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The Play Store is an endless resource for apps of all kinds where many new apps are added every week. So where to start when you want to discover something new? AndroidPIT of course. Without further ado, here’s our picks of the week. Be My Eyes As the name implies, Be My Eyes is an interesting volunteer app for the blind. People who are blind or visually impaired can call you through the app, allow remote viewing of their smartphone camera, and allow you to guide them somewhere. Anyone can Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Droid Life

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Getting a good Android tablet doesn't have to mean spending a huge sum of money. You'll always have the high-end, the high asking prices, and the people who are willing to pay for them. But for many, just getting good hardware, a great experience, and not emptying your wallet is the most important set of factors in buying a tablet. The Android tablet space has exploded in recent years and there are now some great choices to be made around the $200 price point and below. Here we've rounded up some Read more [...]
Article originally published at: Android Central