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The Nest app is getting an update today, which makes sense. The Nest Cam IQ is available for purchase, and the app needs some new smarts to keep up with this 4K security camera. Just grab the new version from the Play Store or APK Mirror, and you'll be able to set that camera up. There are a few other goodies as well.

Here's the full changelog of the update.

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Nest app updated with Cam IQ support, better audio alerts, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 22:36. Read more

Google might be planning on having your Duo calls appear in your phone's call history. A new prompt is appearing in Duo that asks if you'd like to merge its call history with your phone's. We found data to support this last month in a teardown of the Duo app, so it isn't too surprising. Either the switch flipped early for the prompt, or the feature might be coming soon. 

I was able to pull up the prompt myself after exiting a call in Duo.

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Duo is now asking to integrate with your phone's call history, but it might not be working yet was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 22:12. Read more

Now that you’ve had a week in the wake of its launch to ruminate on the OnePlus 5, it’s time for us to tell you all the reasons you should think about it. Of course, there’s our review to consider, too, in which the OnePlus 5 even earned our hallowed “Most Wanted” award. But if you’re here for the TL;DR, we’re happy to oblige.

#1 Modifications

If you are the sort of person that enjoys activities like rooting and ROMing, and the utility gained from them, then the selection of phones that can please you is somewhat limited.

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The 5 best things about the OnePlus 5 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 21:32. Read more

If you're not familiar with Android Things OS, it's a lightweight version of Android designed to run on Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The first Developer Preview was released last year, and there have been a few updates since then. Now Google has released the first preview of Android Things Console, which makes managing a fleet of Android Things devices significantly easier.

Things Console allows you to perform a variety of tasks, from creating a custom factory image to sideloading developer-created APKs.

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Google releases first preview of Android Things Console was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 19:34. Read more

Six years is a long time, especially in the technology world. When Google+ was launched on this day in 2011, the Nexus S was still pretty new, Google Reader was still around (RIP), and we were mourning the loss of Google Buzz. Here we are, six years later, and the site is still kicking - though perhaps to a lesser extent than Google initially hoped for.

For most people, Google+ is that service that you only signed up for to leave a comment on YouTube.

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Happy happy birthday: Google+ turns six years old today was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 19:09. Read more

Google announced a few cool things were coming to Google Photos back at I/O, but there was no date for the rollout. Apparently today is the day. Both Suggested Sharing and Shared Libraries are rolling out to all devices, employing Google's machine learning muscle to make it easier to share photos with friends and family.

Suggested Sharing will be available in the new Sharing tab, which tracks all your photo sharing activity.

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Suggested Sharing and Shared Libraries are rolling out in Google Photos today was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 18:30. Read more

Sony's phones used to stand out from the crowd thanks to features like water-resistance and high-resolution camera sensors. Now, everyone has those. So, what's next for Sony? Maybe a 3D depth sensor pointed at your face. Sony subsidiary SoftKinetic, which makes advanced camera sensors, is set to demo such a device at MWC Shanghai this week.

Why would you want a 3D depth sensor on the front of your phone? It has the potential to boost the speed and accuracy of facial recognition.

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Sony to demo front-facing depth-sensing camera for 3D face unlock was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 17:45. Read more

MWC Shanghai started today and Samsung is on the floor making some announcements. The first one is the growth of its ISOCELL technology to become a standalone image sensor brand, with 4 new sub-brands that cater to different devices and markets. The aim is to make it easier for customers to recognize the main strength and features of future devices' cameras.

The 4 sub-brands are Bright for great low-light images, Fast for quick autofocus even in the dark, Slim for thin sensors that still deliver great photos in slim devices, and Dual which have combinations of different sensors to bring multiple features in one device.

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Samsung launches 4 new ISOCELL image sensor sub-brands including Dual, a likely Note 8 candidate was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 13:56. Read more

I still remember when Google Street View was that pre-installed icon that I wished I could remove from my device but couldn't because it came as part of Google Maps. Now the exploration service is all grown up, living independently, and thanks to the spread of 360 cams and user-generated content as well as the addition of dozens of interesting photosphere collections from real to fictional, has reached 1 Billion total installs on the Play Store.

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Google Street View goes round and round, reaches 1 Billion installs on the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 12:02. Read more



Sony Xperia Z5 range, Z4 Tablet, and Z3 Plus start getting Android Nougat 7.1.1 OTA



American Express is now supported by Android Pay in Canada



Google News desktop site gets a Material redesign, with new Story Cards and more customization options



Never Settle: OnePlus dodges questions on the company's Reddit AMA



Sony adds Xperia XZ Premium to Open Devices program



[Playing With Fire] Samsung will reportedly release the Galaxy Note 7 'Fandom Edition' in South Korea on July 7th



Verizon's Exynos-based Galaxy Tab S2 updated to Android 7.0 Nougat



ZenFone 3 Zoom updated to Nougat with less bloat, improved UI, Google Feed on home screen, and more



[Deal Alert] Samsung's new Gear 360 camera is $209 ($20 off) on Amazon



Project Fi now works with G Suite accounts