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For an app developer, there's nothing worse than finding out your latest update is catastrophically flawed and blowing up for your users. This is the reason Google introduced the alpha and beta channels, and then added staged rollouts. These features give developers a way to steadily release new versions into the wild, discover their bugs, and fix them before a wide release. However, all of this still relies on treating some of your users as guinea pigs.

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Developers Can Now 'Halt' A Staged Rollout To Minimize The Fallout Of A Bad Update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 03/27/2015, 01:07. Read more

notsureifAlright, we're only posting this because the original OnePlus "game changer" announcement was so infuriatingly vague. During a Reddit Ask Me Anything session, OnePlus forum administrator David S. stated that the upcoming gaming-related device from the maker of the OnePlus One will be a drone. Yes, a drone - presumably one that flies around and does stuff.

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What David meant by a "gaming drone" isn't entirely clear. But of course, it's possible that he's trolling (read: lying) and OnePlus intends to release something more conventional, as we speculated in the original news post.

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[Not Sure If Trolling] OnePlus Representative Says That New Gaming Gadget Is A Drone was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 03/27/2015, 00:00. Read more

uploadUK readers, have you been stewing in jealousy over Americans' access to Android TV and the Nexus Player? Well you shouldn't be - it's not all that great, at least at the moment. But if you're eager to check out the only retail ATV device available thus far, now you can. The Nexus Player is selling on the UK version of the Google Store for £79 (a little less than $120 USD at the moment - sorry about that).

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The Nexus Player Is Now Available From The United Kingdom Google Store For £79 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 03/26/2015, 23:31. Read more

Google's Ingress, made by Niantic Labs, has been quite a phenomenon. Those who have paid attention know the game has had a storied history since its initial launch as a closed beta in 2012, and a quick Google+ search shows that engagement doesn't really seem to be slowing down. The Ingress YouTube channel continues to pump out content and updates for players on various in-game goings on.

But, according to a report from The Information, Google isn't content to just have a cult hit of a game on its hands.

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Rumor: According To The Information, Google's Working On An Ingress TV Show was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 03/26/2015, 22:07. Read more

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Android for Work is Google's initiative to get on the good side of enterprise administrators. The feature offers a split personality mode for your device, giving users a dual lineup of apps - one copy for personal use and one for business use. The "for work" profiles are built on Android's default encryption and SELinux in cooperation with Android's multi-user support (which came to phones with 5.0).

In an exhaustive review for Ars Technica, AP alumnus Ron Amadeo has put Android for Work through its paces, detailing everything from the somewhat nightmarish plate of spaghetti that is Google's online Apps administration console to the for Work Play Store, to leaving your company and cutting ties with your for Work profile.

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Ars Technica Puts Android For Work Under The Magnifying Glass In Full Review was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 03/26/2015, 21:41. Read more

wm_zen1The Asus ZenWatch continues to be one of the best deals on a first-generation Wear device, and now you can pick one up from Google in Australia and Italy. This is where someone who had less respect for you would make jokes about things being upside down and shaped like a boot. Not me, though.

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Google's support page has been updated with availability in both countries, so if the ZenWatch is not for sale at this moment, it should show up very soon.

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Asus ZenWatch Now Available Through Google Store In Australia And Italy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 03/26/2015, 21:25. Read more

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Just a couple of weeks ago, Google launched the new Google Store, replacing the "devices" section of the Play Store with a crisp, clean, and beautiful interface ready to show off all the virtues of Google's hardware offerings. Unfortunately, the arrival of the new Store didn't necessarily coincide with more international hardware availability, something that can't come soon enough for Google fans outside the US.

Today though, Google continues to chip away at that problem by opening up Nexus 6 sales to more markets.

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Nexus 6 Comes To The Google Store In Austria, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Norway, Portugal was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 03/26/2015, 20:52. Read more

GS6 thumbSamsung has announced official US availability dates for the Galaxy S6, and they might sound rather familiar. Just like the HTC One M9, you can pre-order the new Galaxy tomorrow (March 27th) and pick one up on April 10th. The exact details will vary by carrier, but already both AT&T and T-Mobile have announced pre-orders for tomorrow. Other carriers haven't announced official details yet, but I expect it won't be long.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Up For Pre-Order March 27th In The US, Available In Stores April 10th was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 03/26/2015, 17:06. Read more

Motorola_Droid_Turbo_Metal_Fiber_Glam_BlackPity the poor Verizon customer, whose options for user-moddable Android phones are more limited than any other US carrier. It's particularly cruel, then, that Verizon tends to get some awesome Motorola exclusives in the DROID line. 2014's entry is the DROID Turbo, which is basically the Nexus 6 crammed down into the 5.2-inch body of the second-gen Moto X, plus the usual DROID Kevlar styling and an enormous 3900mAh battery. Oh, and a locked bootloader that makes root and custom ROMs difficult.

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Root Method Now Available For Verizon's Motorola DROID Turbo - With Some Big Drawbacks was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 03/26/2015, 16:58. Read more

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Motorola's President and COO, Rick Osterloh, hosted a Twitter chat yesterday under the hashtag #AskRickO in which he answered a few questions regarding the company's expansion, release plans, device updates, and showed his current phone and watch setups.

The most interesting bit of information came in reply to Sumer Broota, who asked him whether Motorola had any plans to release a tablet this year. Rick said no and pointed toward Lenovo's line of Yoga tablets as an alternative.

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Rick Osterloh, Motorola's President, Says The Company Doesn't Have Any Tablet Plans This Year (And Other Tidbits) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 03/26/2015, 14:30. Read more



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