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[Deal Alert] $1 Google Play movie rental (ends July 7th)

Myandroid.com / May 29, 2017

By Ryne Hager

The movie-related deals continue! Google must be paying attention to the forecasts for this weekend in anticipation of ruined family outings. There is a list up on Google Play of 100 different movies, and renting any one of them is just $1 right now with the new promo. If you haven’t seen Logan, Arrival, or Get Out, now you can give it a watch on the cheap.

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5 tips to increase the battery life on your Android smartwatch

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By Pierre Vitré

Does the battery on your smartwatch empty too quickly? Read on for our tips and tricks to increase the battery life on your smartwatch.

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Source:: https://www.androidpit.com/tips-to-increase-battery-life-on-your-android-smartwatch

    

[Deal Alert] Anki's Cozmo robot is $152.99 ($27 off) on Amazon

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By Corbin Davenport

Cozmo, which is unfortunately unrelated to Cozmo Kramer, is afairly popular interactive toy robot. It can stack tiny blocks, play games, and be controlled like a typical RC car. If you’ve been waiting to try it out, you can now buy Cozmo off Amazon for $152.99, a $27 reduction from the usual price.

Out of the box, Cozmo comes with three game cubes (seen in the video above), the robot itself, and a charger.

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From the Editor's Desk: Where next for OnePlus

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By Alex Dobie

With the arrival of the OnePlus 5, the company graduates from ‘startup’ status. So where does it go from here?

OnePlus had a great 2016. Last year, the company that made its name Never Settling settled into its groove. It gave us two of the best Android phones of the year at competitive price points and built vital carrier relationships while also catering to its core “unlocked” customer base. And it finally figured out software and OS updates, while steering clear of the bravado and PR blunders that had plagued earlier release cycles.

Countless smartphone hardware startups have fallen by the wayside in the time that OnePlus has existed, making the success of the company in 2016 all the more remarkable. Sure, OnePlus remains a lean organization compared to an HTC or LG, but it isn’t really a startup anymore. So where next?

It wasn’t long ago that you’d need an invite to buy a OnePlus phone.

From what little we know about the “5” so far, it seems like OnePlus isn’t rocking the boat too much. Leaked renders show a 3T-like design with dual cameras. There’ll be a fingerprint scanner on the front, which likely means a standard 16:9 display, complete with “forehead and chin” bezels. And of course, a Snapdragon 835 running the show.

That fits the established pattern of OnePlus phones to date. The manufacturer hasn’t needed to do anything outlandish with its hardware. Indeed, the “cheaper flagship” space that it’s operated so successfully within has restrained it from doing anything too crazy with the chassis or its innards. As a result, OnePlus has remained focused on the core experience of using the phone, and avoided the gimmicks that have ensnared many rivals.

More: What we know so far about the OnePlus 5

Instead of modular add-ons or 4K screens, the differentiator for OnePlus is the brand itself — community-driven, with fans shaping the direction of OnePlus’s software, and being a major part of any new phone launch. And over the past couple of years, OnePlus has been able to successfully scale up this approach, even while forging deals with carriers like O2 and Elisa in Europe.

2017 could be OnePlus’s strongest year yet.

Over the next twelve months, OnePlus will need to navigate its “post-startup” phase and grow its business further, but without alienating the early adopters who helped it get where it is. It’s likely there’ll be more carrier deals in the works, as OnePlus nips at the heels of larger, traditional manufacturers like HTC and Sony. The challenge will be to become more mainstream without losing sight of its enthusiast-driven core. It’ll be a tricky balancing act, but if OnePlus can pull it off, there’s every chance 2017 could be its strongest year yet.

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Weekend poll: Do you use a tablet?

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By David Ruddock

Tablets as a form factor seem to headed for niche-ification in the near future. Sales are down, consumer interest seems low, and smartphones are just getting bigger and better, allowing us to do things that may have seemed a bit impractical on a handset as little as five years ago. Laptops, too, are seeing a resurgence: they last longer, do more, and are becoming even more portable and versatile, often offering touchscreens and convertible designs that make them work as quasi-tablets when needed.

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Microsoft's Path Guide app for Android makes creating and giving directions indoors easy

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By Ryne Hager

Microsoft recently released a new app for Android called Path Guide, which allows you to easily create and follow custom routes for indoor areas that exist as linear instructions separate from a map. Think of a children’s treasure hunt where each goal shows the next step, toss the whole thing on your phone, and that’s the concept. Even more interesting, it makes the process of creating those directions literally as easy as taking a walk.

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The best game emulators for Android

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By Cory Schmidt

Here is a list of the best game emulators for Android. Whether you’re a fan of old school DOS games or Nintendo classics, we’ve got you covered with the best emulators.

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Two reasons the Moto Z Play is far from perfect

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By Camila Rinaldi

Having tested the Moto Z Play for 3 weeks, I’m a little disappointed in the camera and the module options. Read on to see why I would never buy the Moto Z Play.

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The pricey OnePlus 5 and the accidental OnePlus X [#acpodcast]

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By Daniel Bader

This week, Daniel, Andrew and Flo close the door on Google I/O and open it to the OnePlus 5. And while they’re at it, they talk about Motorola’s newfound confidence, and whether the HTC U11 can make up some ground.

Oh, and there’s some OnePlus X reminiscing ❤️

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Add a thin case to your Nexus 5X for just $5 today

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Not a huge fan of cases but want a thin layer of protection for your Nexus 5X? If so, look no further than Amzer’s Pudding TPU case for an extra layer of safety and grip for your phone, all for just $5 today!

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