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Microsoft Bookings is a service available to Office 365 Business Premium subscribers who also happen to be small business owners and want to easily manage their staff's schedules, appointment bookings, client reminders, and more. It launched in July in limited capacity and only on the web, with mobile apps promised "in the coming months."

The Android app is now available, but only accessible to beta testers. It's just useful for business owners (clients and staff can use email or the web component) to manage their business from their phone.

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Microsoft Bookings app now available on the Play Store for beta testers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 12/09/2016, 13:08. Read more

ViewRanger is popular among outdoorsy people for its hiking trails and off-road topographical maps from different sources and known publishers. The fact that you can track and create your own trails, navigate using an Android Wear watch, and keep all your maps offline for use when away from a signal is more than just one big plus. And now there's a new cool feature for ViewRanger users: Skyline.

Skyline is an augmented reality map layer inside the ViewRanger app.

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[Pretty cool] ViewRanger lets you see and navigate your outdoor maps in Augmented Reality with Skyline was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 12/09/2016, 12:07. Read more

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Ready for some Nougaty goodness before the end of the year, HTC One M9 users? If you answered with an enthusiastic "yes!" then I hope you have an unlocked device, because that's the one getting the OTA update to Android 7.0 in the US. If you bought your handset from an operator, you will have to wait longer, unfortunately.

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[Update: RUU file] Unlocked HTC One M9 starts getting Nougat OTA was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 12/09/2016, 10:35. Read more

Yahoo Answers is a treasure trove of answers about any and every question you might have. Whether I have a technical query or a random question I'm wondering about, it's almost always been asked by someone else on Yahoo and it shows up as a search result on Google. The answers there aren't always the best I could find, but they often help in getting me on the right track. It's kind of sad that one of Yahoo's oldest and least appealing entities (in appearance) has survived this long and is still one of its most popular nowadays.

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Yahoo Answers Now comes to Android with all its useful, random, and weird Q&As was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 12/09/2016, 10:34. Read more

arrivalThe movie-going public owes a great debt to Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert. The "thumbs up, thumbs down" system breaks down a complex opinion into a simple yes/no question, "did you like it or not?" Its effects can still be seen on Reddit and even in the comments section of this very article - now all we need is some digital implementation of The Wagging Finger of Shame. Google's on board with the thumb system of movie and TV reviews, and has lately implemented it on its search pages in the Knowledge Graph section.

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Google Search on the web adds movie and TV ratings from users was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 12/09/2016, 02:15. Read more

home buttonWe're starting to hear a few Galaxy S8 rumors well ahead of the usual Mobile World Congress-ish reveal for Samsung's flagship series (usually around late February or March). That may or may not have something to do with the phenomenal failure of the Galaxy Note 7, after which Samsung must be scrambling to shift potential customers' attention elsewhere. So we're treated with two somewhat credible pieces of Galaxy S8 info in a single week: one that Samsung will drop the headphone jack, and another that the company will finally release its deathgrip on physical home buttons.

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Report says Samsung will ditch the physical home button for the Galaxy S8 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 12/09/2016, 01:07. Read more

It's no secret why CyanogenMod is the most popular custom ROM out there; not only does it support a metric crapload of Android devices, but it also keeps them going far past their primes. The latest devices to get support for CM14.1 (Android 7.1 Nougat) nightlies include two variants of the Galaxy S III, the second-generation Moto X, a few Oppo devices, two versions of the HTC One Max, two Xiaomi phones, and more.

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CyanogenMod 14.1 nightlies come to the Galaxy S III, Moto X 2014, some Oppo phones, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 12/09/2016, 00:47. Read more



Yahoo Launches Official Answers Now App for Q&A Community



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Cortana app now available in the UK after a user interface refresh in version 2.0



Andrew Bowins leaves Samsung after Galaxy Note 7 scandal



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