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You can now grab the Daydream View VR headset from the Google Store


Back when Google announced the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, it also took the wraps off some other goodies as well. The recently released Google Home Mini was one, but another was the updated Daydream View VR headset. We weren’t given a release date at the time of the announcement, but it looks like the headset has just gone live. 

You can now head over to the Google Store (link below) and pick up the headset in either Fog, Charcoal, or Coral. If you want yours sooner rather than later, the Charcoal and Coral headsets are expected to ship by October 22, while the Fog headset is back ordered by two to three weeks. 

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The headsets all come with free shipping and will run you $ 99. That’s $ 20 more than the first generation model, but Google made some improvements on the headset so it obviously feels like it can charge a little more. Those improvements include an added head strap, a new heat sink to keep things cool, and controller storage. It also comes with a wider field of view to accommodate the trend of bezel-less phones and a game bundle that is valued at more than $ 40.

If you’re looking to get a free Daydream View VR headset, keep in mind that LG and Google have teamed up to give them away when you purchase an LG V30. The purchases must be made before November 6, 2017, and you have until November 20, 2017, to complete the registration form here

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7 things the Google Play Store does better than the Apple App Store


Android or iOS? It’s one of the modern era’s greatest unanswered questions and a point of momentous contention for fanboys on both sides of the fence for thousands of years. Or maybe just the past decade.

There are valid arguments that can be made for both sides: Clearly, Apple created a mobile operating system that is incredibly smooth, snappy, and clean. Then again, Android has gotten quite good — Dare I say it? Even attractive — and powers a mind-bogglingly diverse selection of devices. But I’m not here to goad the cries of fanboys the world over. Instead, I’m tackling a much simpler — albeit no less loaded — question. In a feeble attempt to minimize the wrath of followers of Apple fans everywhere, I will address this question as objectively as I can. That question is…

In what ways is the Google Play Store better than the Apple App Store?

Google Play Store is more developer-friendly

From the very beginning, Apple has been extremely (and, for developers, frustratingly) selective about the apps that are allowed on the Apple App Store. The reason for being so selective was basically for quality assurance. Sure enough, iOS apps have surely gained a reputation for working well and being quite polished. As just a single example, Snapchat for iOS is infamously better than the Android version. This reputation for quality has occasionally resulted in certain developers developing iOS apps either exclusively or first; the latter has been the case with the highly-anticipated Super Mario Run, released for iOS in December and yet to be released for Android.

For developers, there much less risk that you’ll spend thousands and thousands of hours on development just to have your app denied for inclusion on the Google Play Store.

While there’s something to be said for making sure your users get only the best-quality apps, there’s certainly a downside. For app developers, there much less risk that you’ll spend thousands and thousands of hours on app development just to have your app denied for inclusion on the Google Play Store. This has also led to a much more vibrant development community for Android apps.

This is not to say there’s a shortage of apps for iOS. Users of both platforms have more than their fair share of apps at their disposal.

Perusing the Google Play Store, you’ll find a wide variety of interesting and creative apps. For starters, there are many powerful launchers available with which you can totally change the look of Android, and that’s something you won’t find on the Apple App Store. Then there are apps like Tasker that open up a world of possibilities for automating tasks and processes on Android devices. Granted, not all the apps submitted to the Google Play Store are winners; however, with things like Google Home and Android Auto, it’s not a bad idea to encourage and support innovation in mobile software rather than to homogenize it.

Google Play apps are more discoverable

Here’s something that you may not have known about the Google Play and Apple App Stores: when you search for an app, you’re somewhat more likely to find what you’re looking for in the Google Play Store than the Apple App Store. Let me explain why.

The Google Play Store runs your search queries through basically all the textual information available on an app’s page. For example, you could search the Play Store using a series of keywords or a phrase and the Play Store would scan even the descriptions of apps to find ones that most closely resemble your query. By comparison, the Apple App Store compares your query against the keywords that developers manually enter into a keyword section, which exists specifically for this purpose. This isn’t a problem if your query happens to be one of the keywords for your desired app, but if you’re searching something that’s a bit more specific, you may have a harder time finding the iOS app that fits your needs.

Of course, the fact that the Google Play Store has more robust search capabilities probably shouldn’t come as much of a surprise as Google is… you know, Google.

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December 12, 2016

Google Play has the ‘social factor’

Historically, downloading and using apps was something we did individually. We found apps on our own, decided whether to download them on our own and used them on our own. Over time, though, finding and using apps has become more social, at least on the Google Play Store.

The Google Play Store has become increasingly social. Seeing who in your network uses an app is like getting personal recommendations from your friends.

When you pull up an app’s page in the Google Play Store, certain information is front-and-center. You’ll easily spot the app’s cumulative rating as well as if any of your friends use and recommend the app. If you scroll down a bit, you’ll find commentary that’s been left by your friends and other users. You can filter that commentary so that you’re seeing only those comments by users who use your same device or who are using the most recent version of that app. In effect, it makes discovering and choosing apps a more social experience. Considering that many apps — particularly games — can connect you with other app users, even using apps has become a more social experience.

By comparison, finding apps on the Apple App Store is a more solitary experience. There are app reviews, but they’re not front-and-center like on the Google Play Store. Perhaps this is due to the assumption that iOS apps are of a higher quality or because it encourages users to choose apps based on those apps’ merits rather than the opinions of others. However, seeing who in your network uses an app is like getting personal recommendations from your friends. This is useful if, for instance, you’re looking for a new game to download to keep you occupied on a flight or long car ride.

Android apps are less expensive

To a degree, the higher price of iOS apps is a statement on how much harder it is for developers to get their apps on the Apple App Store versus the more laid-back Google Play Store. If you run a search query on the Play Store for “to-do list”, the number of results you’ll get borders on obscene. Of course, there are the popular ones like Todoist, Wunderlist, and Any.do, but there are hundreds — if not thousands — of others since virtually anyone with the know-how can have their apps available on the Google Play Store. And for this very reason, they’re free to download.

Clearly, there’s more competition on the Google Play Store, which is why Android apps tend to either be cheaper or free. Think about it this way: Maybe you’ve made a really great app that many would consider worth its cost, but since there are dozen other apps that offer similar functionality and comparable quality, users are likely to make do with one that’s free.

In this case, such competition among apps in the Google Play Store works to the user’s advantages because it makes apps cheaper. Meanwhile, the Apple App Store is more selective about the apps that are accepted; with less competition, developers are able to charge more for the apps because there aren’t as many alternatives. On the development side, developers are better able to monetize their iOS apps without having to riddle them with ads, which has been the downfall of many a promising app in the Google Play Store. So there’s a give-and-take relationship between app cost and the ease with which developers can have their apps included on the Google Play and Apple App Stores. But if you’re someone who doesn’t want to pay for apps — and paying for premium apps surely gets expensive over time — you’re probably better off with Android.

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December 26, 2016

Google Play has a more robust web interface

In many ways, the Google Play and Apple App Stores are two sides of the same coin, far more alike than they are different. If you’re an iOS user, you’d surely have no problem picking up an Android, opening the Play Store, and downloading the app of your choosing; the same goes for an Android user with an iPhone. However, a key functional difference between these two app markets becomes apparent when you try to use them via the web browser of a PC or laptop.

Pushing app installs to your various Android tablets or phones from the web is much simpler than having to find the app on each device individually.

At a glance, much of the same information is available in both places; you can see an app’s name, icon, and a general description displayed prominently on both the Google Play and Apple App Stores. You’ll probably even spot the same screenshots, too. But while the Google Play Store gives you the option to install an app to your Android smartphone or tablet from right there on your web browser, you’ll have to navigate to the app on the Apple App Store on each of your iOS devices in order to actually install it.

Being able to install apps on your mobile devices from the web browser on your PC (or Mac) may not seem like a life-changing convenience if you’re an iOS user, but I’d wager that many Android users have grown to really appreciate this Google Play feature. The most obvious use case would be when you click on a link to an app while you’re browsing the web on your desktop; rather than having to track it down on your phone, you can use the web interface of the Google Play Store to have the app installed and waiting for you on your device the next time you pick it up. Pretty neat, right?

Google Play provides superior information

It might seem odd to say that the Google Play Store offers more info than the Apple App Store after having just said that both app markets offer virtually the same information. That’s still true, but the Google Play Store tends to show a bit more and have that info organized a little better.

On the Apple App Store, the only way to experience an app before you download it is via the provided screenshots. The Google Play Store provides screenshots, too, but oftentimes with an accompanying video. Said video can be a commercial made by the app’s developer or a brief recording of the app being used; however, in either case, the video is much better at giving you an idea of what you can expect from the app and even how the app is used.

Information also seems to be a bit more organized and easier to read on the Google Play Store. The best way to see this difference is to navigate to an app on both the Google Play and Apple App Stores in separate browser tabs on your PC and compare. You’ll notice that an app’s profile on the Play Store is very linear; the identifying info is at the very top, followed by the “Install” button and the video and/or screenshots. Beneath that, you’ll find the app’s textual information, followed by user reviews and some final details at the bottom, including who developed the app, compatibility info, and when the app was last updated.

With the Play Store, everything is in a neat, vertical line, but on the Apple App Store, an app’s information is separated into two columns, a small column on the left and a larger column to the right. Rather than only scrolling up and down to find the info you need, your eyes are darting from side to side, too. And then there’s the fact that an app’s cumulative rating is separated from actual user reviews on the Apple App Store whereas they are a single section in the Play Store.

Of course, everyone has his or her own preferences. You might find the double-column layout of the Apple App Store to be more efficient; however, I’d say the simpler organization and ease of navigation of an app’s profile on the Google Play Store is a noteworthy advantage.

Google Play apps have broader device compatibility

Last but not least, there’s the issue of compatibility, which is decidedly less of an issue for the Google Play Store.

As you may be aware, Android OS powers both Google’s smartphones and tablets. Likewise, both iPhones and iPads run iOS. In theory, you might expect this to mean that both the smartphones and tablets on each platform would be able to run the same apps. While this is largely the case for Google, it’s a bit more complicated for iOS devices

The entire Google Play Store is your oyster whether you have an Android smartphone or a tablet. Unfortunately, iPad users are a bit more limited.

Although many of the staple iOS apps are available for both iPads and iPhones, the ability for an iPad to run an app is contingent on that app having been adapted for use on the iPad’s larger display. However, this isn’t an issue for Android. When you download an app on your Android tablet, one of three things could happen, depending on the app in question and the version of Android your tablet is running. The app will either have been made to be used on both smartphones and tablets (which is the most likely scenario at this point), be automatically scaled-up to fit the larger display, or the app will operate within a smartphone-sized window at the center of the tablet’s display.

The vast majority of Android apps are designed for use on both smartphones and tablets rather than one or the other. In short, the entire Google Play Store is your oyster whether you have an Android smartphone or a tablet. Unfortunately, iPad users are a bit more limited, at least for the time being.

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December 1, 2016

Let me conclude by clarifying that the Apple App Store isn’t without its strengths; I even mentioned several of them over the course of this article. Likewise, even the Google Play Store has its weaknesses. The purpose of this article was not to declare one a winner over the other. Instead, my intent was to merely identify some of the chief differences between the Google Play and Apple App Stores, particularly when it comes to Google’s strengths.

But now I’d like to hear from you. Do you agree or disagree with the characteristics I identified as the Google Play Store’s greatest strengths? Do you feel the Google Play Store is actually better than the Apple App Store? If you think the Apple App Store is better overall, why? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Ransomware-infected app gets removed from the Google Play Store


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While the Google Play Store is supposed to be the most secure place for Android device owners to download apps, there have been a number of examples of malware finding its way into the storefront. This week, a security firm claims that an app in the store, EnergyRescue, became infected with a ransomware program called Charger.

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According to the blog post by Check Point Software, the ransomware was first discovered several weeks ago. Once the app is installed, the ransomware program takes the device’s contacts and SMS messages, then asks the user for permission to access its admin privileges. If that happens, a message then pops up on the screen while also locking out the device. What’s more, the “Charger” program will then display this disturbing message on the device’s screen:

You need to pay for us, otherwise we will sell portion of your personal information on black market every 30 minutes. WE GIVE 100% GUARANTEE THAT ALL FILES WILL RESTORE AFTER WE RECEIVE PAYMENT. WE WILL UNLOCK THE MOBILE DEVICE AND DELETE ALL YOUR DATA FROM OUR SERVER! TURNING OFF YOUR PHONE IS MEANINGLESS, ALL YOUR DATA IS ALREADY STORED ON OUR SERVERS! WE STILL CAN SELLING IT FOR SPAM, FAKE, BANK CRIME etc… We collect and download all of your personal data. All information about your social networks, Bank accounts, Credit Cards. We collect all data about your friends and family.

The security firm also noted that its creators used a number of advanced coding techniques so that the app’s true nature could stay hidden in the store.

The good news is that Check Point Software informed Google of the infected EnergyRescue app, and the company has since deleted it from the Google Play Store. There’s no word on how many Android devices got hit with this Charger ransomware, though the blog post notes that at least one real-world handset was infected.

Google recently offered more information on how it finds and gets rid of any malware that could have been published in the Google Play Store. It also launched a new security-themed page on its Android Developers site, offering tips to app creators to make sure their creations are secure.

This latest example shows that even using the official Google Play Store is no guarantee that the app you may be downloading is secure and safe. While the company is taking a proactive approach to eliminating malware, everyone who owns an Android smartphone or tablet should not just download every app they may see listed in the store.

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OnePlus 3 and 3T Google Play Store bug fixed with OxygenOS 4.0.2 update


OnePlus continues to update OxygenOS for the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T, after launching the big 4.0 version that introduced Android Nougat to those devices a few weeks ago. Today, the company is rolling out OxygenOS 4.0.2, which fixes a small, but important, issue on both phones.

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According to the changelog, the 4.0.2 update fixes a download bug with the Google Play Store. Obviously, if some OnePlus 3 and 3T owners were not able to download apps correctly, this could be a bit of a problem. Hopefully this OxygenOS update will deal with this issue. The changelog also notes some more stability improvements with this release.

OnePlus also says that some people might still be experiencing some Wi-Fi connectivity problems with this update. If you happen to be one of those folks, you can send a private message to the company to report on this issue via its forums.

As with previous updates for the OnePlus 3 and 3T, this latest version of OxygenOS is being rolled out to a small section of those phones, before it is released to a wider number of the devices in the near future. You can go into the phone’s settings to select “About phone”, and then “Software updates”, to see if your OnePlus 3 or 3T can snag OxygenOS 4.0.2.

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Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories hits the Play Store


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All the way back in June of last year, we learned that Android would be getting its very first Harvest Moon game, Seeds of Memories. The game was slated to come out in the winter, but it looks like there were some entanglements in the development process. We didn’t see hide nor hare of the farming simulator as the winter solstice came and went, but now just in time for spring planting season, Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories has arrived.

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This game brings back much of what you love about the classic rural slice-of-life adventure that won over the hearts of millions. You’ve been tasked with revitalizing a farm, so you’ll need to socially invest in the nearby town to get the help you need. Grow a variety of crops and discover new varieties as you build relationships and spend the afternoons fishing. Raise cows, sheep, chickens, and even horses and even start a family. There’s a fairly elaborate upgrade system, and plenty of interesting events like cooking contests and festivals.

All in all, Seeds of Memories looks like a solid addition to the Android game library, and we hope to see more like it in the future. We haven’t had the chance to give it a full play, of course, since it just came out, but click the button below to hit it up in the Play Store. Give it a spin, then come back and let us know what you think in the comments below!

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XBMC’s Kodi media player officially makes its way to the Play Store with version 15 update


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The popular Kodi media center application, formerly known as XBMC, has finally made its way to the Play Store. The app launched in Google Play last month in beta form, but now it’s officially available for all to download. Along with the big Play Store announcement, Kodi is getting a hefty update to version 15 which brings some notable features that make the app even more functional than ever.

For starters, version 15 brings 4K support, refresh rate switching and HEVC playback to capable Android devices, such as the NVIDIA Shield Android TV. It should be noted that Android 5.0 Lollipop is required to take advantage of these new additions.

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Also new to the application is an all-new chapter selector window that lets you visually browse and choose different chapters in supported video formats. Take a look at the video below for a quick demonstration:

Another small, yet notable feature in this update is adaptive seeking functionality, which allows you to skip forward and backward more quickly by tapping the navigation key several times. The developers have made a quick video for this feature as well, so check that out below:

The update also brings new audio and subtitle lists, language add-ons and expanded international preferences, as well as an improved add-on manager. There are a ton of other small improvements listed in the changelog, so feel free to check out the source link for more details. Thankfully the app is now available in the Play Store, so interested folks can get these changes right away.

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Deal: Grab Monument Valley for 75% off, Icewind Dale for 60% off in the Play Store


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Need a few awesome games to help you get through the end of the week? At some point today, you might want to head over to the Play Store, where you can currently find the acclaimed puzzler Monument Valley and popular RPG Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition on sale at significant discounts.

Monument Valley recently made our list as one of the 70 best Android games available today, and during this sale, you can pick it up for just $ 0.99, which is 75% off the normal $ 3.99 price tag. Icewind Dale, which is also on our Best Games list, is normally sold for a hefty $ 9.99 but is currently on sale for 60% off at just $ 4.14. Additionally, the most recent Humble Bundle features Monument Valley, Joe Danger and a handful of other games for cheap, which is also a really great deal.

Head to the source links below to download these awesome games. Anybody taking advantage of these sales today?

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Google has a new app in the Play Store, but Interactive Events isn’t for you (yet?)


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Behind closed doors in Mountain View, California, hard working Googlers bring to life all manner of cool services and Android apps. We are seeing one of these new Android apps today, but we are not sure we were supposed to. Introducing Interactive Events by Google.

A first glance, Interactive Events looks like an amazing tool to find and navigate events in your area, presumably providing vendor lists and floor plans for that comic-con or RV convention, you know, whichever you are into. Functionality we’ve seen out of the Google I/O apps of years past. However, Interactive Events does not actually do any of these things at this time.

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Whether left in place accidentally, or the slip up was in actually publicly launching the app, Interactive Events immediately greets new installs with Google’s dogfood warning. Apparently, the app is not meant for non-Googlers, you know, not meant for you or I to see or use. As such, we expect an update really soon, or to see the app removed from the Google Play Store.

One thing is for sure, if this somewhat outdated looking app goes live with local event information, we will have plenty more to say about it, but for now, unless you have a valid event code, or event QR Code to scan, we can only explore the first few screens of Interactive Events.

Check out Interactive Events in the Google Play Store for more details. It’s free.

What would you say to a local events calendar and guide from Google – would you use an app like Interactive Events?

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Motorola offers up to $140 off on Moto store purchases starting February 2nd


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In honor of Valentine’s Day, Motorola has announced a new promotion that will go live on February 2nd at 11am CT and will give you as much as $ 140 off your purchase.

For those looking to save the max amount, you’ll need to register for a special promo code on February 2nd between 11am and 11:59pm CT. A total of 200,000 promo codes will be issued, allowing you to get $ 140 off any purchase of at least $ 499.99 or $ 50 off any purchase of $ 249.99 and up. Once you have a promo code you’ll have until February 14th to use it or it will expire. Miss out on registering? Between February 2nd and February 14th, anyone can get $ 100 off if they spend $ 499.99 or $ 35 off on purchases of $ 249.99 and up — no promo code necessary.

As you’d expect, there are a few catches to this promo. First, you need to have a US shipping address. Second, certain devices are excluded from the offer including the Nexus 6 and the Moto X 2nd gen on Republic Wireless. Of course devices like the Moto X (2nd gen) and Moto 360 are very much eligible for this deal.

For a full list of exclusions, promo details or to learn how to register for a promo code, you’ll want to head on over to Motorola’s website.

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Stealth-action game République 60% off in the Play Store


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Every once in awhile, Google Play has some pretty decent deals on really premium content. They’re definitely continuing that reputation as they offer the thrilling République for only $ 1.99… that’s 60% off!

If you’ve never heard of République, let me fill you in for a second. Think a Metal Gear Solid-esque game with console-quality graphics, developed around a touch screen, and amazing music floating overtop of it all. It’s no wonder why the game reminds us so much of Metal Gear Solid, though, because the game is developed by Camouflaj (the makers of M.G.S., Halo, F.E.A.R.). It’s split up between five episodes, all of which are sold separately. Hope, the main character, is trying to escape a mysterious building that’s heavily surveyed. The goal of the game is to try and get Hope to safety, away from the facility. But the interesting thing about the game is that you don’t play as Hope. You play as a hacker, guiding her around the facility through security cameras.

With that being said, the game is on sale thanks to the Google Play Weekly Deals promotion. You can grab the first episode for only $ 1.99. And seriously, you’re probably going to want to play the remaining episodes right away.

Grab the game from the Play Store here before it goes back to the original price! Have any of you played République? How did you like it?

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