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SimCity BuildIt 1.8.14.37583 APK

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 03:11 PM PST

SimCity BuildIt, the simulation game developed by Electronic Arts, has recently received a new update which will make those who love the city of London happy, as it will be possible to add classic London landmarks like the Globe Theater and Big Ben and more. The new SimCity BuildIt update apparently also includes a few bug fixes as well as performance improvements.


SimCity BuildIt is a free to play the latest entry of the popular Sim City series for Android and iOS. The game lets you build your city with countless buildings and vivid, 3D-quality graphics, this is the most realistic city builder on mobile. You can create resources and build up your skyline, and then trade resources with friends and other cities.

The game just gets better and better with each new update. It just reflects upon how hard the game developers work to bring the best experience to SimCity. The London Town update is here which allow you Build your London and expand your city with new content.

Here is new in SimCity BuildIt version 1.8.14.37583 for Android
• Create customized British neighborhoods with new residential buildings
• Add classic London landmarks like the Globe Theater and Big Ben
• Fulfill your citizens' dreams by completing fun tasks to earn great rewards
• Expand your city limits with 25% more playable area, including more beachfront
• Earn special London items, such as the Teapot, Bobby's Helmet, and Telephone Box

SimCity BuildIt is now available for download for free on the Play Store. The new update is also available for download right now.

Requires Android: 2.3.3+
Download File: 21MB (SimCity BuildIt APK)


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Eternal Arena 1.0.1 APK

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 03:11 PM PST

A new action role-playing game developed by a successful China team has been released on the Google Play Store a few days ago, a game that fans of games real-time PvP features with a modern spin will surely enjoy.

Eternal Arena apk

The new game is called Eternal Arena and it's been developed by NetEase Games. In the game, you will be able to control different characters, train the team in Story mode, then dominate other players online in Ranked PvP challenges. You can even battle your friends and nearby opponents.

Here's a list of game features:
• REAL-TIME PvP: Battle Friends & Nearby Opponents
• DEEP ACTION-RPG: Equip, Upgrade, Train & Command 35+ Heroes
• 15+ PLAY MODES: Including Quick Match, Rune War & Trial by Fire
• TEAM TACTICS: Set Formations & Lead up to Three Heroes in Battle
• EXPANSIVE GUILDS: Wars, Missions, Expeditions, Co-Op & More…

You can now download Eternal Arena for Android on the Play store. And for those who can't get it on the market you can download  Eternal Arena APK file at the link below.

Requires Android: 2.3+
Download File: 42MB (Eternal Arena APK)

Download Eternal Arena 1.0.1 APK

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Playerline: Fantasy Football + NFL News

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 02:32 PM PST

Playerline: Fantasy Football + NFL News

Playerline: Fantasy Football & NFL News makes it easy to dominate fantasy sports by giving you real-time information and community-driven insights into every player in the NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL. Imagine if you no longer had to look for the news, but the news you needed came to you? Playerline lets you 'follow' individual... View Article

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The Squarespace Commerce App Is Now Open For Business On Android

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 01:54 PM PST

Squarespace

You may think of Squarespace as what you use to create your own personal website. Maybe it's just that name you hear advertised during podcasts. Either way, you may not know that the company also reaches out to small business.

Squarespace Commerce, which has been around since 2013, is a way to manage and sell products online. Businesses can use it to sell both digital and physical goods. Those that do now have the option to use Android devices.

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Samsung’s first iOS app will make Gear S2 watch iPhone-friendly

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 11:02 AM PST

Gear S2 could soon be teaming up with iPhone. Photo: SamsungSamsung is working on its first app for iOS, and it's going to allow iPhone owners to use its new Gear S2 smartwatch. The South Korean company is working on the Gear Manager app now, according to sources — and Samsung is keen to make it available as soon as possible. The Gear S2 is

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Mysterious Gmail bug puts skull and crossbones in your inbox

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 10:31 AM PST

Scary! But nothing to worry about.A mysterious Gmail bug is putting a skull and crossbones emoji inside users' inboxes. Hovering over the icon displays creepy messages like "Component Spy," "Chat Spy," and "Data Spy" — but it's actually totally harmless, and Google is already working to fix it. The bug affects a specific set of user accounts, and can be

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Motorola announces Moto 360 Sport availability, US-bound in January

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 10:31 AM PST

Not too long ago, Motorola introduced the world to the Moto 360 Sport, a tweaked version of the Moto 360 that makes it more appealing to those looking to purchase a smartwatch for fitness reasons. Designed to compete with both fitness bands and smartwatches, the Moto 360 Sport brings in features such as heart rate monitoring and GPS tracking as well as a sportier design that's made of silicone, allowing it to resist sweat damage.

The most notable feature, however, is Motorola's AnyLight display, which combines a traditional LCD display with front lit reflective technology. This means that it's clear and easy to read in practically any lighting setting, as it will reflect bright light when outdoors.

What Motorola didn't give us during the announcement was a specific launch date for the Moto 360 Sport. That news is now here, with the Moto 360 arriving in the UK and France first on December 18. After that, the device will reach US shores just after New Year's, on January 7. US pricing is set at $299, making it pricier than some fitness bands, but cheaper than some smartwatches. Further availability in Brazil, Canada, China, Mexico and Spain will come in early 2016.


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Nexus 7 Successor Could Be Made By Huawei

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 09:59 AM PST

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Many were hoping for a successor to the Nexus 7 (2013) this year, but it just didn't happen. Google has yet to release a new Android tablet after releasing their HTC-made Nexus 9 last year. However we may have much better luck next year.

According to a post on Weibo, Huawei is considering on making the upcoming Nexus 7 (2016) tablet as Google is looking forward to releasing their next budget tablet. This is very interesting considering Huawei also makes the premium Nexus 6P smartphone.

More details are expected to surface just like every other device so stay tuned for more.

[GforGames / Weibo]

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TeamViewer 11 Is Out Of Beta And Live In The Play Store With Unattended Support, Clickable Web Links, And More

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 09:52 AM PST

TeamViewerHost

TeamViewer started beta testing a big update to its Android app (and other apps) recently, and now it's final. TeamViewer 11 is out of beta with a plethora of features that will make it less awful when someone on the other side of the country needs help with their phone. It'll still be kind of awful, but you won't want to murder the other party (probably).

There are actually two relevant apps here—there's the TeamViewer 11 client and the Android host app.

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TeamViewer 11 Is Out Of Beta And Live In The Play Store With Unattended Support, Clickable Web Links, And More was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Facebook's 7-Second Profile Videos Are Gradually Surfacing On Android

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 09:37 AM PST

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Facebook announced profile videos a couple months back, showing off the ability to play a moving picture when people first begin the page stalking process. This one minute video gives you an idea what to expect, minus the graininess that comes from using your phone's less than stellar front-facing camera.

These videos, which totally aren't GIFs, are 7-second loops that include sound. They autoplay by default, but users have to tap on the video to pull up the sound.

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Samsung’s new Galaxy S7 could look awfully familiar

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 09:26 AM PST

We certainly won't be complaining if Samsung holds onto this design. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of AndroidSamsung's next-generation Galaxy S7 will bring no major design changes, with upgrades and improvements focused on its internal components instead, according to a new report. The device is expected to bring an improved display, an even better camera, and expandable storage. Like many of its rivals, Samsung has made changes to the physical appearance of its

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Share OnePlus with a friend, buy them the new OnePlus iPhone case

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 08:53 AM PST

No, we're not joking. OnePlus is selling a Sandstone-finish case for the iPhone 6 and 6s. For $19.99 you can buy a case that will give the iPhone the same signature feel as you get with the OnePlus One and OnePlus 2, paired with a physical invite card to purchase a OnePlus phone.

We wouldn't be surprised if more than a few people buy the new case for your iPhones (yes, we're on to you), but OnePlus is really hoping that you'll buy the case for friends and family who own an iPhone to show off the incredible Sandstone finish of its phones. That's right, OnePlus wants you to pay $19.99 for the case so that you can advertise OnePlus to iPhone users. If those in charge of this project were in business school, they would all be getting an A+ form their professor for coming up with the idea. We're just not sure that there are enough OnePlus fans out there who would be willing to spend their hard earned cash on an iPhone case.


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HTC hopes to capture 8 percent of India’s mid- to low-end smartphone market

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 08:23 AM PST

HTC might not be faring well in the high-end smartphone market these days, but the company has released a handful of mid-range devices that are quite compelling. It's with these new smartphones that HTC hopes to capture 8 percent of India's mid-range smartphone sales in the next 6 months. With the recent launch of the mid-range One A9 and budget Desire 828 in India, HTC is kicking off an offensive that the company hopes will help sell millions of devices and improve HTC's overall market share in the country.

Sales of smartphones increase over 20 percent during the third quarter of this year, with 65 percent of sales falling within the mid-range to budget categories (Rs 8,000-15,000). HTC's high-end smartphones are well represented in India, but Chia-Lin Chang, HTC President of Global Sales, admits that HTC has not done a good job in the low-end and mid-range segments in India. "In India, 65 percent of smartphones sold are below the Rs 10,000 price point. Till now, we didn't participate in that market… If we can capture 2 percent of the budget phones sold in India, we will have a huge growth momentum in India taking our global revenues higher."

While HTC probably won't make much profit with these new devices, selling more devices helps them keep manufacturing and set costs in check, allowing them to pull in better profit margins on high-end smartphone sales in other regions.


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Google Chrome can now reduce your data usage by up to 70%

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 07:54 AM PST

Data Saver mode on Google Chrome. Photo: GoogleGoogle is rolling out an improved Data Saver mode for Chrome on Android that streamlines your browsing for a snappier experience on slow connections. It also significantly reduces data usage by up to 70 percent, making it ideal for those with strict data allowances. With Data Saver mode enabled, Chrome will automatically remove images from the

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Best Android Apps & Games: November 2015

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 06:24 AM PST

Best Android Apps and Games November 2015

The best Android apps & Android game recommendations list this month is small but still good. Here's the tally for the entire month of November 2015. Vetted for superior quality and we only list apps & games rated 4.0 and higher out of a 5.0 star scale. Download or buy these top apps with convenient one-click tools below: Best... View Article

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Follow the Line EX – simple, yet challenging finger runner game

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 06:07 AM PST

Follow the Line EX - simple, yet challenging finger runner game

Follow the Line EX is a finger runner game. It is simple, yet challenging! Keep your finger on the screen and run through randomly generated path. Try to follow the line and avoid moving obstacles. Run as far as you can and beat your friend's high score! New Upgrade System: Shield: Protect from obstacles Speed: Reduce... View Article

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Chrome Data Saver Now Shaves Off Up To 70% Data By Loading Images On Demand On Slow Connections

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 05:33 AM PST

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Chrome introduced its data saving feature many versions of the app ago, but if you've kept it enabled on your device(s), you must have noticed that it's not exactly that efficient. It saves somewhere between 10 and 20% of your data, but that's not going to make a big difference if you're on a very slow network or a very limited plan. If you're suffering from the former, you'll be happy to know that Data Saver is going to get better.

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YO! – Chat & Share over WiFi

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 05:07 AM PST

YO! - Chat & Share over WiFi

YO! instantly connects you to people on the same WiFi network, without ever accessing the Internet. YO! is the fastest tool for immediate file transfer and content sharing. Share photos, files, music, videos and even other apps over a local network without the slowness of the Internet. Start sharing with your friends at campus, with your colleagues... View Article

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OnePlus launches a new case for… iPhone?!

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 04:23 AM PST

The OnePlus iPhone case has a grippy sandstone finish. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of AndroidOnePlus is today launching a new smartphone case with its signature Sandstone finish — but it isn't compatible with any of the company's own devices. Instead, it's made for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, and we love it! Check out our hands-on gallery below. Thanks to that Sandstone finish, which is only available in black

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[Update: Smoking Gun] WhatsApp Is Blocking Telegram Links In Its Android App

Posted: 01 Dec 2015 02:48 AM PST

  • We've heard through several sources and have confirmed independently that this is not caused by a random glitch but by code that was added to WhatsApp with the

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Honest companies are expected to retain their users by offering the best service they can provide and not by actively locking them in and making it hard to switch to a competitor. Google, for example, lets users easily download all their contacts, bookmarks, photos, emails, and other personal data though Google Takeout.

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ASUS Announces ZenFone 2 Selfie Limited Edition

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 09:52 PM PST

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Given it's almost the end of the year, ASUS should be working on their successor to the original ZenFone 2 released earlier this year. While our long time review for the phone coming up, it looks like the company has one more model up their sleeves.

The company has launched a limited edition of the ZenFone 2 Selfie variant in pink and it retains the awesome 13MP front facing shooter in the ZenFone 2 Selfie while improving on memory and storage capacity. The ZenFone 2 Selfie Limited Edition comes with 3GB standard and comes with 128GB of internal storage.

Everything else such as the 5.5-inch 1080p display, 13MP rear/front camera, Snapdragon 615 SoC with a 3000mAh non-removable battery.

The phone is going to be launched in China only for now.

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Vodafone’s new flagship Sydney store will offer exclusive deals for a limited time

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 08:46 PM PST

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Vodafone has today opened up shop in prime real estate of Sydney's CBD, at Pitt Street Mall and for a limited time, a number of deals are available in store.

From now until December 12 all customers who enter the new store will be able to choose from a number of exclusive postpaid and prepaid deals, which should play well for Christmas shoppers buying for family of treating themselves.

The offers themselves remain a mystery, we've reached out to Vodafone and they've yet to confirm just what deals may entail, so until then Sydneysiders, a visit to the store in person is recommended.

This latest flagship store — located at shop 2046, Westfield Sydney City on Pitt Street Mall — ...

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Wink home automation via your Android device: Wink Hub and app reivew

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 07:36 PM PST

If I could, I would control every piece of my home from my phone. But I'm too poor to make that happen right now. What I was able to afford was putting a Wink Hub/GE Link Light Bulb starter kit on my Christmas wish list last year and I was lucky enough that my wish came true. Christmas shopping is in full swing and if you're anything like me (I assume you are if you're reading this) you've been seriously considering home automation and connected devices. There are so many ways to automate and connect the home such as lighting, door locks, garage doors, security, appliances, HVAC, etc. My goal is to share with you some of the things that I have done with my home and how I control it with my Android phone. Hopefully you get some ideas on how you can make your home awesome and you friends can share your fantastic connected/automation ideas with me.

Some of these connected devices were purchased with my own money, some I was given for Christmas, and some were provided by Wink for review. I have been using the Wink Hub with various connected devices and the Wink App on various Android phones for almost a year now. I've been using the Wink App with my Nexus 6 and a Samsung Galaxy S6. I will share the length of time I've been using each device when it is reviewed.

Wink Hub

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The Wink Hub alone doesn't do much for you, but it's the brains of the operation. The Hub supports many different protocols such as Bluetooth, Z-Wave®, ZigBee®, Wi-Fi®, and Lutron® Clear Connect®. So if you check out Wink.com, you'll find a host of different products that you can buy into to make your home smart that will all connect through the Hub. There are sensors, security, lights, switches, deadbolts, thermostats and more. All these items will connect into the Wink Hub which you can control and automate from one central location on your phone.

Setup in my opinion was not a piece of cake. But I think if you are fully aware of what you're getting into you can be prepared for the situation and it shouldn't cause you too much trouble. The Wink Hub requires a Wi-Fi network with 2.4 GHz routers running on WPA-PSK, WEP, or open security. It does not currently support 5 GHz networks. So, you may need to check your wireless router and see what options you have. To use the Wink Hub, you may need to get a dual band router or go and buy a cheap router just to support this system. I have a dual band Netgear N600 router that I set up the 2.4 GHz band to specifically handle the Wink Hub and it has worked great. One other issue I ran into was putting my Wink Hub too close to my wireless router. The answers I got from looking into support from my connectivity issues early on were that the Wink Hub being too close to the wireless routers can create interference. Since I moved the Wink hub away from the router it has worked beautifully since.

Alone, the Wink Hub will set you back $89. For some reason, the price for the Wink Hub has gone up over the past year. I'm not sure if this is because Wink initially wanted to incentivize us to purchase their system or if there have been upgrades, but I believe when I was originally in the market for one they were $50 and now their $89. But there are some starter kits and ways to get some dollars knocked off that price.  There's a starter kit that comes with the Wink Hub and two Cree Connected Bulbs for $97 for a savings of $20 if you were to buy them all separately. There's also a Security and Monitoring Kit that comes with two door/window sensors, a motion sensor, a plug-in appliance module and the Wink Hub for $147 and saves you almost $50. Both of these kits are great ways to start connecting and automating your home.

I searched Home Depot's website and found you can find the Wink Hub there for $50 and there are loads of other bundles. I'll be reviewing pieces of these different kits over the following weeks. If you're patient you may think about waiting for holiday deals. My guess is they'll come around but I have no insider information to offer on that.

The Wink App

There are a lot of things that impresses me about the Wink app. In general, it's the software hub for your connected devices/home automation. It is constantly getting updated to support new connected devices and features. I've had the GoControl Essential Security Kit for months and only since a recent update to the Wink app around a month ago do I feel like the connected security devices were actually convenient to use. But now they are convenient to use, and my wife and I absolutely love the Connected Security devices. Here are the different features of the app:

Accessing Your Connected Devices

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Within the home screen of the Wink app is where you access the different categories of your connected devices such as Lights + Power, Sensors, Thermostats, and your Wink Hub. If you click on the different categories, one can then access and use the different connected devices. For example, if we click on Lights + Power, we then have access to all of our connected lights where we can toggle them or change the brightness. You can then access the individual connected device settings to change its name, icon, or access product support. Keep in mind, these devices can be accessed anywhere you have a data connection. You can do it while you're on your home Wi-Fi, or you can do it while you're thousands of miles away on vacation. You can turn off your lights or unlock your door for a friend from where ever you are.

Some of the connected devices aren't super useful to access within the Wink App. This isn't because the connected devices aren't useful, but just because there's no real use in accessing them like sensors for instance. From within the Wink app, sensors tell you when the last time a sensor was activated like a door opening or closing. It's good information if you need to know, but you probably won't need to access that information all the time. The good thing is, this connected device home page can be rearranged so your most accessed categories can be front and center. Last, from this Wink connected device home page, you can add new products.

Adding a Product

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When you get new connected products, the Wink app walks you through step by step with the installation process.

Here's a tip: Read and follow the directions.

In short, when you add a device from the long list of possible devices supported by Wink the Hub needs to be put into a pairing mode.  Then, the new device needs to be turned on, plugged in, or a button pressed at specific times to successfully get the device in the Wink system. The Wink app has a great guide for each device complete with pictures to take you through the process. When I first attempted to install my first connected devices, the GE Link bulbs, I thought I was too good for reading directions and struggled to get the light connected. I jumped online and learned how to reset my GE Link bulb (yes I reset a light bulb), and then followed the directions on the Wink app carefully and it worked great.

Shortcuts

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If you're not excited about what Wink offers yet, hold onto your shorts because we're getting to the really good parts. Shortcuts are key to a great Wink experience. Shortcuts allow you to create one or more tasks with your connected devices with a single button press. Once a shortcut is created, it resides within the shortcuts page of the Wink app. Additionally, shortcuts can be placed directly on your Android home screen, accessed from Google Now or Android Wear, and can even be activated via IFTTT. So for example, you could have a shortcut that turns off all your connected lights and puts your thermostat into away mode just from one click. So you can make sure you're saving energy while you're driving away from your house.

One more thing, within the last month of two, Wink added the ability to enable and disable Robots via Shortcuts which really took Robots to the next level in my opinion. I'll explain why in the next section.

Robots

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Enough about connected devices, right?!? How does Wink help us automate? Wink gives us Robots. I also automate with Wink via Tasker and IFTTT, but what Wink provides are Robots. Here is a list of what Robots can be set to detect:

  • Arriving or leaving a location like home
  • Activating/deactivating a connected device
  • Sensors being activated or not being activated for a period of time
  • Temperature/humidity rising/falling beyond a threshold

Then more ifs can be added to the equation such as during specified times and for specified times.

So we've specified some ifs, now comes the thens:

  • Send a notification
  • Send an email
  • Activate/deactivate you connected devices
  • Enable/disable other Robots

So there are a lot of neat things one can do with the Wink Robots. As I mentioned in the Shortcuts section, I use a shortcut to enable my different security sensors so I can effectively arm or disarm my home's security. The security robots will then notify my phone when a sensor detects something. I also use Tasker in addition to robots so I can create tasks with nested ifs and have a little more control with timing, but I'll get into that with later posts when I review the different connected devices.

Summary

Wink provides a complete central hub to access and automate a host of different connected devices for your home. I would say it is not for someone who isn't willing to tinker and troubleshoot a bit. You need the right kind of Wi-Fi network and many of the connected devices require reading instructions and installation. But overall Wink provides a great user experience with both hardware and with their app. The app looks great and is mostly very intuitive. I've also had great experiences with customer service when I've had to use it.

The Wink Hub can be purchased in many different locations including Wink.com, Amazon, and Home Depot if you prefer brick and mortar. The Wink Hub will set you back $89 and connected devices will cost you money on top of that.

Over the next several weeks, I will be posting reviews of different Wink connected devices I am using around my home and will discuss how I use them with my Android device. So keep an eye out for those. I want you to share your experiences automating your home, what connected devices you have, and how you automate them. Let us know if you have any questions about the Wink Hub, Wink services, or the Wink app and stay tuned for more great connected/automated home content.


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Netflix App Update 4.0 Adds A Homescreen Widget, For Some Reason [APK Download]

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 07:17 PM PST

2015-12-01 02.38.18Have you ever been so excited to watch Netflix's collection of movies, shows, and original content that you simply couldn't wait to get into the app itself before you start to browse? Apparently someone on the development team thinks so, because the latest version of the Android app (posted to APK Mirror earlier this evening) includes a homescreen widget. It's similar to the Play Store widgets, in that its only real purpose is to highlight some of the content on the service.

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18 New And Notable Android Apps From The Last 2 Weeks (11/18/15 - 11/30/15)

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 06:32 PM PST

roundup_icon_largeWelcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 2 weeks or so.

Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info.

Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

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Today's roundup is presented by DigiCal Calendar & Widgets from Digibites.

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