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Keep v3.2.415 Prepares New Drawing Mode And Image Annotations For Notes [APK Teardown]

Posted: 24 Oct 2015 11:58 AM PDT

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Google Keep received a seemingly minor update this week, bringing the version number up from v3.2.354 to v3.2.415. There aren't any visible new features or even any particularly notable changes, but that doesn't mean the only changes are bug fixes. A teardown shows that Keep is due to receive its own built-in drawing mode so users can easily record their own doodles, scribbles, and sketches. Additionally, users will be able to annotate imported images like photos and screenshots.

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Keep v3.2.415 Prepares New Drawing Mode And Image Annotations For Notes [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Leaked Screenshots Purportedly Show The Android Version Of Apple Music

Posted: 24 Oct 2015 11:13 AM PDT

musicWe already knew that Apple is working on an Android app for its new Apple Music service (the descendant of Beats Music, which Apple acquired along with the headphone maker last year). We've also heard that it's due sometime this fall. If screenshots posted by German site MobileGeeks can be believed, work on the Android version of the Apple Music app is progressing nicely. We can't verify the shots, but they seem to line up with Apple Music on iOS.

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Leaked Screenshots Purportedly Show The Android Version Of Apple Music was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Got A Spare Android Phone Or Tablet? Perch Turns It Into A Home Security Camera

Posted: 24 Oct 2015 04:40 AM PDT

image (4)Right now there are three Android phones and four Android tablets within arm's reach of my desk, and another half dozen or so in my closet. (It's OK, I don't have a problem. This is my job.) If you're in a similar situation, you can put some of those gadgets to use: they work great as remotes for set-top boxes like Android TV or Roku, or you can cobble them together into a sort of poor man's Sonos multi-room speaker system.

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Got A Spare Android Phone Or Tablet? Perch Turns It Into A Home Security Camera was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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360 Security Lite Speed Boost app for Android

Posted: 24 Oct 2015 12:40 AM PDT

360 Security Lite Speed Boost app for Android

Is your android really slow? Do you have to keep restarting and rebooting your android phone all the time? Download 360 Security Lite now and your phone will perform faster, smoother and quicker! 360 Security Lite is the only all-in-one speed booster and antivirus app that optimizes your background apps, memory space, junk(cache) files and battery power,... View Article

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OnePlus Extends Invite Claim Time To 3 Days Instead Of 24 Hours

Posted: 23 Oct 2015 10:10 PM PDT

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The OnePlus 2 is the company's latest and only flagship smartphone for this year and while an invite could have landed you one yourself, you would have needed to claim the invite in only 24 hours.

OnePlus has announced on Facebook that the 24 hour time limit previously put in place to order the phone has now been increased to three days. I'm quite confident this means that the company has now-or is very close to clear the backlog of orders. If you've already made a purchase, the company also stated that it would take around 10 days for you to have invites to share.

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Coffee with a Googler: Bullet Time with the Cloud Spin Team

Posted: 23 Oct 2015 05:10 PM PDT

Posted by Laurence Moroney, Developer Advocate

As part of Google Cloud Platform's Next roadshow, the team decided to make a demo that anybody could get involved in, and the concept of Google Cloud Spin was born. The idea, influenced by the "bullet time" scenes from The Matrix was simple -- build a rig of cameras, have them take a number of pictures, and stitch them together into an animated GIF that looks like this:

Coffee with a Googler caught up with the team responsible for this demo to talk about how they built it, what technical challenges they faced, and how they used the cloud to managed the number of camera and create an animated GIF like the one above.

There was so much great information for developers in the exploration of this project, that we've split our interview into two episodes. The first, with Ray Tsang, Developer Advocate, who tells us about the ins and outs of setting up a number of phones to take a pictures to create a spin. From their original prototype (having lots of googlers holding up selfie sticks) to their final version (shooting videos that are synchronized on an audio signal, controlled by events in Firebase), it's a fascinating conversation. In Part Two of our conversation, we will talk about how those videos had the right frame extracted, and the frames assembled into a cloud spin is coming soon!

To learn more about this project, visit the Google Cloud Platform blog.

OPPO to launch and maintain AOSP ROM for ‘key devices’

Posted: 23 Oct 2015 05:10 PM PDT

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Chinese manufacturer, OPPO have some pretty impressive hardware out on the market, in case you didn't know, but one aspect holding them back is their ColorOS overlay, so OPPO have announced they're working on a pure, AOSP ROM for their handsets.

AOSP, or Android Open Source Project is a move to bring handsets to a near vanilla Android experience and the decision from OPPO comes after receiving plenty of feedback from its customers about the robustness of their ColorOS skin, who instead would prefer a more stripped back Android, which in turn would bring about smoother performance.

Earlier this year, OPPO announced a beta AOSP ROM for their flagship Find 7 handset. This particular ROM was the full bare-bones ...

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