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Google I/O 2018 mega-roundup: Every announcement we covered

After three days of non-stop announcements and developer talks, Google I/O 2018 has finally come to a close. Unless you were watching the event yourself, or if you were refreshing Android Police every minute, you probably missed a few things. Luckily for you, we've compiled a list of every announcement from Google I/O for your reading pleasure, complete with links to our full coverage of each to » Read More

Facebook Is Rolling Out A New Notification Tab With More Personalized Info

Facebook is about to put more things in the notification tab of your Android app. Note, that doesn't mean you're any more popular. If anything, less so. Facebook will start including notifications based on the people, pages, and locations you're connected to in this tab. This is a server-side change that's rolling out to Android and iOS starting today. Sorry for the iOS screenshots, but tha » Read More

Editorial: YouTube Red Is A Fantastic Idea, Please Ignore People On The Internet Who Hate Paying For Good Things

YouTube Red is a damn good idea, and I'm not even going to qualify that statement. You know why it's a damn good idea? Because YouTube needs to grow up, and step one is getting rid of those garbage advertisements we all love to hate so much. Step two is convincing average, rational human beings that maybe, possibly, they could see themselves in a world in which they might actually pay to more con » Read More

[Update: APK Download] HBO Now App Updated With Android TV Compatibility... But Only For Sony And Sharp TVs

Update 1: 2015/10/01 10:45pm PDT According to Sascha Prüter (a senior Android program manager for Google) in the comments section, the app is intentionally missing compatibility for non-TV set top boxes. It's not out of Update 2: 2015/10/02 5:46pm PDT We were able to side » Read More

Official Imgur App Hits Google Play – Available Exclusively In Australia For Now

Everyone's favorite image hosting site has just made its way into the Play Store. Of course I'm referring to Imgur, "the simple image sharer." Unfortunately, the app is georestricted to Australia during its beta period, so those of us in the rest of the world will have to wait a bit to get our hands on it.   Those who can use it, however, will be able to browse through Imgur's content, » Read More

Gameloft Teases Upcoming Dungeon Hunter 4 With Very Pretty Video Trailer

The fourth incarnation of Gameloft's action-RPG Dungeon Hunter franchise is going to be coming out in the near future, but the developer is already priming the pump with a teaser trailer. Unlike some other pre-release trailers, this one actually includes gameplay footage. Take a gander.It looks like the same kind of hack-and-slash gameplay from past editions of Dungeon Hunter at work here. There » Read More

[Deal Alert] All Of DualBoot Games' Beautiful (And Highly Customizable) Live Wallpapers Are 50% Off

While I've never been much of a live wallpaper guy myself, there's little denying that DualBoot Games (I'm guessing the name is a holdover) makes some of the best and prettiest ones out there. At least, that seems to be the general consensus, judging by the number of downloads their seven wallpaper designs have managed to achieve.  You may say "only seven? how hard can making a live wal » Read More

American Red Cross Releases 'Wildfires' App, Helps You Keep Your Cool When Things Get Hot

The American Red Cross has been releasing a series of apps to help people deal with disasters. We've already seen apps dedicated to hurricanes and earthquakes, as well as one for first aid. The fourth app in the series just hit he Play Store, and this one's designed to keep people safe during a wildfire.Much like the Hurricane and Earthquake apps, Wildfires can alert users of nearby fires and off » Read More