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August 3

Waze offers Warthog and Ghost from Halo as in-app cars [Updated]

One of the more whimsical aspects of Waze is the ability to see your car represented on the map with a 3D model. It seems Waze is getting ready to celebrate the upcoming release of Halo Infinite by including two of the game series’ classic vehicles. Update: Almost two weeks after being spotted by our […]

April 7

Material Gallery Android app to be ‘decommissioned’ in favor of web app

Google is set to kill “decommission” their Material Gallery app on Android, pushing designers to the web app.

January 23

Opinion: Here’s what I think Stadia’s ‘Project Hailstorm’ could be

Last week, our APK Insight team uncovered mentions in the Google Stadia app of an ominous “Project Hailstorm.” Since then, the Stadia community has been abuzz with speculation about what Project Hailstorm could be. Here are some of my own guesses.

November 25, 2013

Review: Europe’s answer to Nest, Tado the smartphone-controlled intelligent thermostat

Affordable home automation has been a long time coming. Frankly, I’m a bit disappointed that it’s the 21st Century and homes still don’t have Star Trek style swishy doors as standard. But smartphone-controlled heating and lighting is here today. Nest hasn’t yet made it to the UK, so I decided to try out competitor system Tado, which is available in […]

December 1, 2018

Google app 8.65 continues work on Podcasts episode search, Image Search filters [APK Insight]

The latest version of the Google app is rolling out this evening with a number of small tweaks and features. Google app 8.65 details more about Podcasts episode search, Google Image Search filters, and more.

November 27, 2018

Review: Google Pixel Slate serves as an excellent ‘B’ to the Pixelbook’s predictable A/B test

Google is known for doing a few different versions of everything. Android Messages and Allo. Gmail and Inbox (by Gmail). Google Play Music and YouTube Music. Take your pick. The strategy is this: Take many versions of an idea seriously and you’re bound to get enough data to point you in the right direction. Intentional […]

February 21, 2019

9to5Toys Last Call: Galaxy S10 Cases $4, Mohu Leaf HDTV Antenna $13, Smart Fire TV Edition HDTV $100, more

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March 26, 2019

Google’s original Pixel gets a speed test to show how four Android versions affect performance

It came as a surprise earlier this month when Google revealed that it would be providing an official update to Android Q for the original Pixel phones. Now, a speed test has hit YouTube to show how all of these updates affect the aging device.

May 24, 2019

Google app 9.94 details Face Match privacy & child setup, federated learning [APK Insight]

The latest Google app beta is rolling out this Friday in a return to the usual release cadence after a few disruptive weeks following I/O. Google app 9.94 reveals continued work on the Nest Hub Max with Face Match privacy and the possible addition of federated learning in the Search app.

March 10, 2020

Today’s best Android game/app deals + freebies: Todo Pro, Star Rover, more

This is the place to find all of the best Android app and game deals. Today we have a some highly-rated productivity/reminder apps, freebie icon packs, interactive astronomy experiences, puzzlers, colorful platformers, and much more. More specifically, today’s best deals are highlighted by titles like Star Rover Stargazing Guide, Todo Reminder Pro + Widget, Word Games Pro, Terra Fighter 2 Pro, Charlie the Duck, Easy Reminder Pro, Minaurs, My Wallets, and many more. You’ll find a complete collection of Tuesday’s best Android app deals and freebies down below the jump.

March 9, 2020

Today’s best Android game/app deals + freebies: Defense Zone, Email Pro, more

Monday’s best Android app and game deals are now up for the taking. We have hardcore top-down tower defense, highly-rated email clients, samurai action, post apocalyptic mutants, classic role playing games, and giant, man-eating worms, just for starters. It can be annoying to rifle through the Google Play app store looking for deals and avoiding the not-so-great stuff out there, so just let us do it for you. Today’s highlights include Defense Zone HD, Email Pro, Permissions Manager Pro, UnreliAlarm, Evertale, Death Worm, SAMURAI II: VENGEANCE, Sir Questionnaire, Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition, and many more. All of the day’s most notable Android app price drops have been curated below the fold.

May 6, 2020

Chrome for Android may bring dark mode to Google Search results

Even before the launch of Android 10, Google has been putting special focus on bringing dark mode to its apps and services, especially on Android. Now Chrome for Android is working to bring dark mode to the Google Search results page in something of an unusual way.

January 8, 2019

10 Essential Google Chrome extensions for 2019 [Video]

Google Chrome needs to have the RAM management issues addressed but it hasn’t really stopped it from being arguably the best browser, even more so when you factor in the power of Chrome Extensions.

September 11, 2019

Comment: This is Google’s year to target iPhone upgraders with Pixel 4

More than every other major Android flagship, the Google Pixel has targeted iPhone buyers. In comparison to the rest of the Android space, the company has focused heavily on user experience over gimmicks, aesthetics over spec sheets. Its success in actually converting people away from Apple’s walled garden has been limited at best, but Pixel […]

October 20, 2020

Google Pixel 5: Top 10 new features [Video]

The Google Pixel 5 has started shipping globally — sorry US — which is now putting the highly anticipated device in the palms of those that pre-ordered. It’s not a traditional “flagship” Made by Google phone, but the Pixel 5 does have a host of new features, and we’ve collated a top 10 of our […]

December 9, 2020

After bumpy start, Stadia handles demand for Cyberpunk 2077, while PC players wait on patch

Tonight is the big launch night of Cyberpunk 2077 on Stadia, PC, and more, and it seems Stadia is handling the surge of traffic with only a few issues by comparison to PC players’ patching woes.

November 8, 2019

Google Stadia app reveals data usage, player limits, demos, more [APK Insight]

Earlier today, the Google Stadia app arrived on the Play Store, less than two weeks ahead of the service’s official launch. While you cannot sign in and use the Stadia app without your Founders or Premiere Edition code, our APK Insight team was able to uncover a treasure trove of information about Google Stadia through […]

October 1, 2020

Comment: Stadia has one thing Amazon Luna and Xbox Game Pass don’t — ownership

Last week, amidst a slew of other impressive products, Amazon announced a new gaming service, Luna, that competes directly with Google Stadia. But before you count Google out of the game streaming war, it’s important to remember that there’s one thing Stadia has that neither Xbox Game Pass nor Amazon Luna can offer — ownership.

July 20, 2013

Review: Google Play Edition HTC One is the best of both worlds

There’s no denying it – the HTC One is one of the nicest pieces of Android hardware on the market. When we reviewed it back in April, we called it “a standout, breathtaking Android phone” and boasted about its above-average build quality and crystal clear display. For me, however, there has always been one thing […]

January 19, 2012

Larry Page: Google is helping its employees quit smoking (and other tidbits)

Google CEO Larry Page is on a mission to remodel his company’s organizational structure and preserve startup mentality that helped create the Internet’s most important asset. He has been on it ever since he took over the reigns from Eric Schmidt in April of last year, and just like Steve Jobs did upon his return from exile […]

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