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Google Play Pass games and apps: All titles announced so far (Updated)


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Update: December 6, 2019 (5:15 PM ET): Google just added ten more games and apps to its Play Pass subscription, including KLWP and KWGT. These are some of the best widget, live wallpaper, and overall customization apps you can get on Android, so this is exciting news. We have updated the list below to include these latest additions.


Original Article: September 23, 2019 (12:19 PM ET): The long-awaited Google Play Pass is here and with it a new way to enjoy apps and games from the Google Play Store. With nearly 400 ad-free Play Pass games and apps available, there’s sure to be something that piques your interest.

The titles included will expand over the coming months, but we’ve made a list of all games and apps currently announced for Google Play Pass below. Titles in bold are ones we recommend.

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Google Play Pass has a solid list of launch games from a variety of genres and publishers. Most of them are premium (paid) titles, but there are a few free-to-play games with ads and in-app purchases removed. Here’s a full list of what’s on tap, separated by genre as best we could.

Note: To cut down on the number of items in the list, all generic games have been removed. Rest assured that there are tons of word search, sudoku, jigsaw puzzle, and chess games, but they’re not in the list below.

Adventure:

  • LIMBO
  • Sorcery! 1, 2, 3, and 4
  • Old Man’s Journey
  • 80 Days
  • Lumino City
  • Swordigo
  • Jungle Adventures 1, 2, 3
  • NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits
  • Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink
  • Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood
  • Gem Miner 2
  • Wayward Souls
  • Suzy Cube
  • Thimbleweed Park
  • 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure
  • Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride (Full)
  • The Bug Butcher
  • The Tiny Bang Story Premium
  • Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy
  • Red Ball 3: Jump for Love
  • Sally’s Law

Action/sports:

  • Chameleon Run
  • Titan Quest
  • Lichtspeer
  • Farm Invasion USA
  • Touchgrind BMX 2
  • Touchgrind Skate 2
  • Pumped BMX 3
  • Space Marshals
  • Grimvalor
  • OTTTD: Over The Top TD
  • Annelids: Online Battle
  • Reckless Getaway
  • Reporter
  • Grand Action Simulator – New York Car Gang
  • Absolute Drift
  • Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition
  • Ninja Hero Cats
  • Sea Battle 2
  • Moto X3M Bike Race Game
  • What, The Fox?
  • Offroad Legends 2
  • Dual!
  • Smashy Road: Wanted
  • Smashy Road: Arena
  • Fancy Pants Adventures
  • Horror Hospital 2
  • Cubes
  • Pinball Flipper Classic 11in1

RPG:

  • Stardew Valley
  • Terraria
  • Star Wars™: KOTOR
  • Magium
  • King of Dragon Pass
  • Evoland
  • Game Dev Tycoon
  • Hoplite
  • Tempest

Puzzle: 

  • Monument Valley 1, 2
  • ELOH
  • Bridge Constructor Portal
  • FRAMED 1 & 2
  • Agent A: A puzzle in disguise
  • Neighbours from Hell Season 1 & 2
  • Energy: Anti Stress Loops
  • Flow Free
  • Flow Free: Hexes
  • Flow Free: Warps
  • Red
  • Hocus.
  • Square Paint
  • HEX
  • Cut the Rope
  • Cut the Rope 2
  • Cut the Rope: Time Travel
  • Dumb Ways to Die 2
  • Vertical Adventure: Jump, Die, Retry
  • One More Line
  • The Tiny Bang Story
  • Death Squared
  • .projekt
  • Hidden Folks
  • Save the Puppies
  • NR Shooter
  • Connection
  • Shapes
  • Lines
  • Red Herring
  • Block Puzzle & Conquer
  • Number Mazes
  • Infinity Loop
  • Brain It On!
  • Decipher
  • What’s inside the box?
  • Harmony: Relaxing Music Puzzles

Strategy/simulation:

  • Reigns
  • Reigns: Her Majesty
  • Reigns: Game of Thrones
  • Mini Metro
  • Pocket City
  • This is the Police
  • Guns’n’Glory Heroes
  • Guns’n’Glory Zombies
  • Fiz: Brewery Management Game
  • Traffix
  • Risk
  • Tiny Guardians
  • Door Kickers
  • King’s League: Odyssey
  • The Battle of Polytopia
  • SpellForce – Heroes & Magic
  • Card Thief
  • Card Crawl
  • Drive Simulator
  • Door Kickers

Music:

  • Cytus II
  • Melobeat

Children/educational:

  • Toca Nature
  • Toca Mystery House
  • Trivia 360
  • My Very Hungry Caterpillar
  • Power Girls Super City
  • StoryToys Rapunzel
  • Animal Puzzles for Kids
  • Code Karts Pre-coding for kids
  • Thomas & Friends: Race On!
  • Sago Mini Pet Cafe
  • Pet World Premium
  • Little Panda Fireman
  • Little Panda’s Jewel Adventure
  • Jurassic World
  • Kids Animals Jigsaw Puzzles
  • Learn to Read & Save Animals


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The list of Google Play Pass apps is honestly pretty bloated, but there are a few useful productivity apps. Here’s the list for now, and we’ll update it as more apps are added to the service.

All apps:

  • AccuWeather: Daily Forecast & Live Weather Reports
  • Tunable: Music Practice Tools
  • ISS HD Live: View Earth Live
  • Pic Stitch – #1 Collage Maker
  • Daylio – Diary, Journal, Mood Tracker
  • Moon+ Reader Pro
  • All-In-One Calculator
  • Easy Voice Recorder Pro
  • jetAudio HD Music Player Plus
  • VivaVideo Pro Video Editor HD
  • Business Calendar Pro
  • White Noise
  • White Noise Generator
  • Ambience – Nature Sounds
  • Rain Sounds – Sleep & Relax
  • Relax Rain – Rain Sounds
  • Nature Sounds
  • Sleep Sounds
  • Unit Converter
  • TouchRetouch
  • MyTuner Radio App
  • Friendly for Facebook
  • Our Groceries Shopping List
  • Decision Roulette
  • GPS Status & Toolbox
  • Photo Editor
  • Podcast Go
  • Smart Recorder
  • Podcast Republic
  • Money Manager Expense & Budget
  • Cross DJ Pro
  • Quotes Creator
  • KWGT Kustom Widget Maker
  • KLWP Kustom Live Wallpaper Maker
  • Photo Studio Pro
  • CamtoPlan
  • Slow Motion Video FX
  • Hi-Q MP3 Voice Recorder (Pro)
  • Password Manager SafeInCloud Pro
  • Currency Converter Plus
  • Dictionary.com Premium
  • Infinite Painter
  • To Do List
  • Mix by Camera360
  • Sleepo
  • WebVideo Cast
  • Enpass Password Manager
  • LockMyPix Secret Photo Vault
  • FlipaClip: Cartoon Animation
  • Perfect Piano
  • Notebloc PDF Scanner
  • Fast Scanner
  • DataDex Pokedex
  • Real Guitar
  • Flashcards
  • Accurate Altimeter
  • PixelLab
  • Calls Blacklist – Call Blocker
  • Lexis Audio Editor
  • Phonograph Music Player
  • My Notes – Notepad
  • Voice changer with effects
  • Luci – Dream Journal
  • Weather Kitty
  • ArtFlow: Paint Draw Sketchbook
  • Diaro – Diary, Journal, Notes, Mood Tracker
  • Pixel Art: Color by Number
  • Rain Alarm


What are your favorite Google Play Pass games and apps? Let us know in the comments below!

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Android 10 update breaks Google Pixel 2 Wi-Fi for many users


Google released the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL just over two years ago. The company has since updated the devices with each new iteration of Android since. Unfortunately, the platform’s most recent update, Android 10, seems to break Wi-Fi functionality on many Pixel 2 devices.

Thanks to a tip from Android Authority reader LW Rozanski, we’ve been notified of a Google support thread where hundreds of users are claiming Android’s latest update renders Wi-Fi nearly useless on their devices. Interestingly, though, it seems no two cases are the same.

Some users claim their devices can connect to Wi-Fi networks, but internet access is not available. Others say Wi-Fi connectivity will drop sporadically. Some also claim that even their devices’ Bluetooth functionality is inconsistent and unreliable after receiving the Android 10 update.

Related: Google confirms that Pixel 2 camera won’t get Top Shot feature

Google has yet to formally address the issue at large, though some users have received replacement devices running Android 9. This is not a proper solution since many devices could still suffer the same problems if and when users upgrade them to Android 10.

So far, the only potential fix is to factory reset the device, and even that isn’t guaranteed. And even if it was, users shouldn’t be required to reset their devices just to reclaim its basic functionality.

Fortunately, we have not had this Wi-Fi issue on any of our Pixel 2 devices after receiving the Android 10 update, so we cannot replicate the problem. But what about you? Have you had any of these issues with your devices, and have you had any luck sorting them out? Let us know in the comments below.

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How to fix common Google Play Store error codes


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The Google Play Store is the most secure and easily accessible place to grab your essential Android apps and games. While it is a pretty stable app, it is not immune to bugs and issues. Google can present a wide range of unintelligible error codes with no real way to quickly fix the problem. This list of the most common Google Play Store errors codes and their solutions should help you sidestep these annoyances.

Common Google Play Store errors

  1. Error 944
  2. Error 941 / 927 / 504 / 495 / 413 / 406 / 110 / rh01 / rpc:aec:0
  3. Error DF-BPA-09
  4. Error DF-DLA-15
  5. Error 103
  1. Error 919 / 101 / 923 / 921
  2. Error 491 / 923
  3. Error 403
  4. Error 927
  5. Error 481
  6. Error 911

1. Error 944

We’ll start off with a simple one, and one of the most common Google Play Store error codes. Error 944 appears when the Google Play Store servers are offline, or if they’re suffering from some connectivity issue. The best solution is to just wait a little while and try again, rather than messing around with app settings. This can be annoying, but if you get this message at least you know there is nothing wrong with your phone!


2. Error 941 / 927 / 504 / 495 / 413 / 406 / 110 / rh01 / rpc:aec:0

If you’ve had problems downloading apps from the Play Store, you’ve likely come across the Error 495, 110, or one of the other Play Store error codes above. They all indicate slightly different download problems, but they all share the same solution. To fix any one of them, you’re probably going to need a new Google ID assigned to your device, but that’s not too hard to do.

For starters, delete your Google Play Store data by heading over to Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache. Check if this has fixed your problem. If not, then you’ll want to delete your data from the Google Services Framework too, which can also be found under the apps. This will give you a new Google ID on your devices, almost as if you’d factory reset it. However, this new ID has the downside of messing up some apps, at least temporarily, so you might have to reinstall any apps that suddenly have problems.

If you’re still running into issues after that, you’ll have to delete your Google account from your device. Do do this, and re-add it back after a restart, head on over to Settings > Accounts > Add account > Google.


3. Error DF-BPA-09

The character mishmash above is another fairly common Play Store error code, this time related to trying to download a purchased app. Unfortunately trying over and over again won’t make the issue go away, but a quick clear of the Play Store app data will solve it quickly. Just clear data under general Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Services Framework > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache.

This problem is sometimes on Google’s end too, so the above method may not work every time. If that’s the case, log into the Google Play Store from your PC and push the download to your device.


4. Error DF-DLA-15

Another wordy looking Play Store error code, but this one relates to app updates or new downloads. The best way to flush out this problem is to clear the cache and data from the Play Store app and try again.

To do this, head to Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache. If this doesn’t work, try removing, and re-adding your Google account.


5. Error 103

Error 103 occurs when there’s a compatibility problem between your device and the app you’re trying to install. Usually, Google won’t allow you to install incompatible apps, but sometimes there’s a bug or server error that can cause conflicts to occur.

The best solution is to wait this one out. It is often a server side issue dealing with application signatures. The Play Store will eventually update to make sure your phone receives the right package. Although lingering issues should be reported to Google Support for them to look into.


6. Error 919 / 101 / 923 / 921

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This Google Play Store error is a pretty simple one to fix. It just means there isn’t enough space on your device to fully install or update an app. Removing some unused apps is a good place to start, followed by pictures, videos, or music.


7. Error 491 / 923

491, unfortunately, means that downloads and updates are impossible, so something has gone seriously wrong somewhere. To fix this error, you will need to remove and then add the same or a new Google account to your device.

Go to your device’s Settings > Accounts, click on the account and then press Remove account. Restart your smartphone or tablet, then go back into Settings > Accounts > Add account again to log back into your account. Finally, go into Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Play Services > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache.


8. Error 403

The 403 error is similar to the one above, in that downloads and updates are impossible, for some reason. However, this time the problem is caused by a conflict between two or more Google accounts buying apps on one device.

To fix this, your first port of call should be to log into the Google account that you bought the app with, uninstall it, and then hit the purchase/install button once again.

If that doesn’t work, removing your Play Store search history might fix the conflict. To do this, go into the Google Play Store and select Settings > Clear local search history. Alternatively, you could try creating a new Google Play account and installing the app again using this account, although this is usually how the problem started anyway.

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9. Error 927

This is another Play Store error code that appears when trying to download or update an app, but this particular code occurs only when the Play Store is caught out in the middle of an update of its own.

The best fix is usually to wait for the Play Store to finish updating and installing, and then simply trying again. Alternatively, you can clear app data for the Play Store by going to Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache.


10. Error 481

If you’re unfortunate enough to see the 481 error code, then it’s probably the end of the road for your Google account. This code means there’s some sort of major error with your account. The only fix is to remove your old account and then sign up for a new one.


11. Error 911

This download error can be a little tougher to diagnose exactly, as it’s sometimes a problem with your current WiFi connection, but can also be solved be clearing Google Play Store data.

If you’re connected to a WiFi hotspot that requires a login, it’s possible that error 911 appears because you need to re-authenticate your connection. After you’ve done that, open the app and try again. If you’re still having problems, it’s likely something to do with your WiFi network, so try a different connection or perhaps switch to your network data connection.

Alternatively, you can try clearing Play Store data by going to Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache.


There are a few more error codes floating around out there. Generally, most of these are related to connectivity issues or some account authentication problem. Most of these can be solved by checking your connection status and waiting for Google’s servers to catch up, or reapplying your account to the Play Store. Also, never discount the effectiveness of restarting your phone.

Hopefully, this little list will have solved your particular Google Play Store error code. If you’ve come across any different errors or have some fixes of your own to contribute, please feel free to share in the comments section below.

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The best Google Pixel 3 XL cases you can get


The Google Pixel 3 XL offers 2018 hardware, but it’s more than enough to enjoy a great smartphone experience in 2019. The big selling point of Google’s smartphone though is a slew of camera features that improve on the already fantastic camera of its predecessor. Keeping your phone safe from accidental bumps and drops is always important. To help you out, we’ve rounded up some of the best Google Pixel 3 XL cases you can get right now.

The best Pixel 3 XL cases:

Editor’s note: We will continue to update this list of the best cases for the Pixel 3 XL as more become available.


1. Spigen Rugged Armor

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The Spigen Rugged Armor is one of the best Pixel 3 XL cases you can buy. It offers excellent protection without adding too much bulk or thickness by utilizing air cushion technology and a spider-web pattern on the inside for shock dispersion. A raised lip keeps the display, camera, and fingerprint scanner safe and you also get covered buttons.


2. Pixel 3 XL MNML Case

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Looking for a thin Pixel 3 XL case? There is no thinner case than the MNML case at just 0.35 mm thick. It’s so thin that it will look and feel like you have no case at all. It doesn’t offer much drop protection, but it will protect you from the day-to-day scratches that can accumulate. The case comes in 5 different colors, including frosted black, frosted white, matte black, really blue, and red, and it’s on sale for $ 27. Get 15% off with code: 15PX3 only at MNMLCase.com


3. Caseology Waterfall

caseology waterfall transparent acrylic case

The Caseology Waterfall is a thin acrylic case that barely adds any bulk to the phone but offers military-grade protection. It’s also transparent and lets you show off the phone’s design. Covered buttons, reinforced corners, and a raised lip around the display and rear camera add to the protection as well. It’s also thin enough to let you wirelessly charge the device.


4. Supcase Unicorn Beetle Style

supcase unicorn beetle style hybrid bumper case

The Supcase Unicorn Beetle Style combines a hard polycarbonate back and a thick TPU bumper for drop protection. The scratch-resistant backing is also transparent and lets you show off the phone’s design. Elevated bezels keep the display and rear camera damage-free. You also get covered buttons and precise cutouts for everything else.


5. Ringke Fusion-X

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The Ringke Fusion-X comes with a dual-layer design that combines a hard polycarbonate shell and a thick bumper to offer MIL-STD 810G-516.6 grade protection. A raised lip keeps the display and the rear camera safe, while the sides and corners are reinforced for added drop protection. You also get a built-in lanyard hole to connect wrist and neck-straps.


6. Tudia Merge

tudia merge dual layer pixel 3 xl case

The Tudia Merge offers rugged protection for the Pixel 3 XL with its dual-layer design. It combines a soft, shock-absorbing TPU layer and a hard polycarbonate shell for all-round coverage. Precise cutouts are available and while you have covered buttons, they are easy to press. Raised bezels keep the screen and the rear camera free from scratches as well.


7. ESR metal kickstand case

esr tpu case with sturdy metal kickstand

If you’re looking for a case that isn’t bulky but still offers the convenience of a built-in kickstand, this ESR case is for you. The flexible TPU case comes with a raised lip and reinforced corners. The metal kickstand is sturdy and lets you prop up the phone in both landscape and portrait orientations, and also allows you to change the viewing angle.


8. Spigen Tough Armor

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The Spigen Tough Armor offers dual-layer protection with the combination of a soft TPU core and a hard polycarbonate shell. It’s one of the best rugged cases for the Pixel 3 XL you can get, coming with a MIL-STD 810G-516.6 certification for drop protection. The case also has a built-in kickstand that lets you prop the phone up in the landscape orientation.


9. Supcase Unicorn Beetle Pro

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The Supcase Unicorn Beetle Pro is a popular option for those looking for rugged cases. The multi-layered TPU and polycarbonate case does a great job of keeping the phone safe from accidental bumps and drops. A built-in screen protector ensures that the screen stays protected as well. The built-in kickstand lets you prop the phone up in both portrait and landscape, and it also comes with a detachable belt clip holster.


10. Otterbox Defender

otterbox defender heavy duty pixel 3 xl case

Otterbox is usually the go-to for anyone looking for a rugged case for their phone and the Defender series provides the most protection. It’s thick and bulky, with covered buttons and ports, and has a raised lip to keep the display safe. The Otterbox Defender also comes with a belt clip holster. This rugged case is expensive and will be overkill for some. If complete protection is what you want though, that’s what you get.


There you have it for this roundup of the best protective cases and covers currently available for the Google Pixel 3 XL!

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Google could offer a native wireless ADB option in Android 11


Google is working on a wireless ADB solution for a future version of Android.

ADB (Android Debug Bridge) functionality is one of the most important features for developers and enthusiasts, allowing you to communicate with your Android phone via PC.

ADB traditionally requires a wired connection from your phone to the computer, but XDA-Developers has spotted AOSP commits showing that Google is working on wireless ADB functionality.

It seems like users will be able to toggle a “wireless debugging” switch in developer options, then create the connection by scanning a QR code or entering a six-digit code. It’s unclear when we’ll see this feature in Android, but Android 11 seems to be a likely candidate.

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XDA notes that there are a couple of ways to create a wireless ADB connection, but they aren’t well-known or suffer from security issues. So this new solution would certainly be a welcome addition.

This might be a handy feature for people using computers without full-sized USB ports, or if you lost your phone’s USB cable. It could also be convenient for people who simply don’t want to deal with wires in the first place.

Do you use ADB functionality? What do you think of this solution? Let us know in the comments!

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Google Play Music hits 5bn downloads, but is this as good as it gets?


Google Play Music has been the official Google music streaming service for years, and it’s just hit a landmark figure on the Play Store.

The music app has reached five billion downloads on the Play Store, according to Android Police. This reportedly makes it the sixth app to cross this mark, following Chrome, Gmail, Maps, Search, and YouTube.

It’s worth noting that all these apps are pre-installed on Android devices, boosting the listed download figures in the process.

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Unfortunately, this could be the apex of Google Play Music’s growth, as Google will pre-install YouTube Music instead of Play Music on future Android phones. Google confirmed the news on the YouTube blog last month, saying all new devices launching with Android 10 and Android Pie will offer the app out of the box.

Hopefully Google keeps Play Music around until YouTube Music achieves feature parity at the very least. Right now, the new app lacks Play Music’s cloud locker functionality, the ability to halt autoplay, and sleep timer functionality, to name a few features.

What would it take for you to use YouTube Music? Let us know in the comments!

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Last minute Google Pixel 4 leaks reveal possible US price and box accessories


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There’s just one day to go for the new Google Pixel 4 series to launch and leaks around the two new Android phones keep coming. One of the latest leaks reveals what could be the price for the Google Pixel 4 XL in the US. Meanwhile, images of the Google Pixel 4 retail box have appeared on Reddit, revealing all the accessories you will get with the phone.

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A Best Buy employee apparently provided 9to5Google with information regarding the price of the Pixel 4 XL. He gave the publication a screenshot of the retailer’s system, revealing that the larger 2019 Pixel will be priced at $ 999. If true, this will make the Pixel 4 XL $ 100 more expensive than the Pixel 3 XL.

The Pixel 4 series was previously tipped to cost CA$ 1,049.95 ($ 795) in Canada for the 64GB model. The Pixel 4 XL was rumoured to cost CA$ 1,359 ($ 1,029) for the 128GB variant.

We would advise our readers not to take these leaked prices at face value since none of these have been officially confirmed or strongly verified. 9to5Google notes that it is possible for the US Pixel 4 XL price listed on Best Buy to be a placeholder.

Pixel 4 retail box

New images shared on Reddit show what looks like the retail box for the smaller “Just Black” 2019 Pixel. The front of the box features the rear panel of the phone with the square camera setup. The image matches all previous Pixel 4 leaks.

The back of the box reveals specs such as 64GB storage and a 5.7-inch screen. These are also in line with all the information about the Pixel 4 that has been floating around these past few months.

The box also mentions the accessories that come bundled with the Pixel 4 unit. You will apparently get an 18W USB-C power adapter, a charging cable, and a Quick Switch Adapter in the box. What you don’t get is a pair of headphones or a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter.

The Pixel 4 series launches on October 15. Stay tuned to Android Authority as we bring you all the hot news from the Made By Google event tomorrow.

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What are the must-have features for gaming phones? Google has the answer


Google is working on a game device certification program for gaming phones.

We’ve seen loads of so-called gaming phones launched since the Razer Phone revived the category in late 2017. Since then, we’ve seen the Asus ROG Phone series, the Black Shark family, and several other devices.

The “gaming phone” term is rather vague in practice though, as many brands interpret this as packing powerful internals and better cooling. Fortunately, XDA-Developers has uncovered the existence of a Game Device Certification program by Google.

Google documents obtained by the outlet reveal several requirements for a device if a brand wants game device certification for it.

How to qualify?

The first requirement is that the device should offer “predictable performance.” This means no “unexpected throttling, lost CPU cores, or other odd system behaviors” when playing games on the device.

Google is also focusing on GPU performance for the program, saying that devices should offer a “modern, up-to-date GPU and display APIs.” More specifically, the search giant mandates that Vulkan 1.1 should be supported on these devices.

Finally, the documents also address RAM behavior, saying that a certified gaming phone should provide access to RAM in a predictable way. Furthermore, Google says certified phones must allow a minimum of 2.3GB of RAM to be used by a process before it gets killed off.

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We’re glad to see Google reportedly mandate a few requirements for gaming phone certification, although you could argue that this is a low bar. For one, virtually all flagships (aside from Huawei and some Samsung devices) use the Snapdragon 855 chipset, which supports Vulkan 1.1. We’ve even seen this API supported on mid-range silicon.

This just leaves better cooling and RAM management as two challenges for manufacturers, although many existing gaming phones tout improved cooling measures and a ton of RAM.

The Razer Phone 2 display.

It’s also interesting to note that refresh rates and physical inputs don’t seem to be taken into account for gaming phone certification. We’ve seen the likes of the Razer Phone series offering 120Hz refresh rates, which translates into a smoother gaming and system experience. Meanwhile, the Asus ROG Phone family offers ultrasonic triggers that act like shoulder buttons.

In other words, Google’s reported definition of a gaming phone is basically a reasonably powerful device that won’t overheat but packs sensible RAM management. What would you like to see from gaming phones? Let us know in the comments!

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We asked, you told us: Most people use Google Assistant for a variety of things


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I consider myself a pretty boring Google Assistant user. I use it quite frequently on my phones and Google Home speakers, but really only to ask it general questions and to tell me the weather.

That’s why we asked you last week to tell us what you use Google Assistant for. Are you a boring user like me, or do you command your smart home with the voice assistant? Out of over 1,400 total votes, the results were actually pretty even.

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18% of voters said they use Google Assistant for controlling their smart home products, 16.6% use it to ask general questions, and 16.5% use it to play music around their house. 15.1% use it to set reminders, and 14.6% use Assistant to ask about the weather.

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Here are some of the best comments from last week’s poll explaining why they voted the way that they did:

  • I don’t. Because, even though I live in town – and have 5 bars on my 4-month old G8 – when, while driving down the road I say, “OK Google, call (my brother) 70% of the time I get:” I’m sorry, I can’t reach the internet right now. So I use Cortana instead. Just makes me appreciate how well the voice assistant in Windows Phone worked 5 years ago and what a useless disaster Android is in this area.
  • I use assistant for everything
  • Mainly Google broadcast to call everyone to meals and in this heat using smart plugs to turn fans on and off.
  • I use it quite a bit while driving to send text messages.
  • Smart home control, broadcasts around the house, and definitely routines for me. And alarms, timers, shopping list, music… Okay. We use ours a lot.
  • I use it ONLY to set my alarms for work or any special occasion

That’s it for this week, everyone. As always, thanks for voting, thanks for the comments, and don’t forget to let us know what you thought of the results below!

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Google I/O 2016 app is now available


Google IO 2016

One of the most difficult parts of attending a conference is managing your time. There’s so much going on that unless you have a handy navigator or detailed plans ahead of time then you’re probably going to miss something you wish you would have seen. That’s why every year for Google I/O the search giant launches an updated version of the official I/O app, and this year’s version is now available.

Head of Android Sundar Pichai will take stage during the keynoteSee also: Google I/O 2016: our early predictions for Google’s big event7

This app has everything you would expect from a conference navigation app. It brings you all the tools you need to stay connected to the subjects you’re interested in whether you’re participating digitally or physically attending in Mountain View, California. With this app, you can create personalized schedules to ensure that you hit every event that you want, maps so you never get lost, and social media trackers so you can keep up with public I/O-related conversations. Stream keynotes and sessions live if you can’t make them in person, and get reminders before they start. If you’re itching for content ahead of time, you can even use the app to revisit videos from previous years’ conferences. For those attending the event, the app will also help you get plugged into the conference’s wifi network.

google io app 2016

Google I/O will take place from May 18 to May 20, and you can be sure that Android Authority have boots on the ground to bring you direct coverage of everything that’s happening. Click the button below to grab this app from the Google Play Store, and let us know what you’re expecting from the conference in the comments below.

Get it in the Play Store

Next: (UPDATE: EVENT MAP IS OUT) GOOGLE I/O 2016: OUR PREDICTIONS FOR GOOGLE’S BIG EVENT

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