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Sen.se is a relatively new entrant in the connected home and IoT space. The company's most prominent product is the Mother, an oddly shaped humanoid-like hub that connects to small "Cookies" you can intersperse everywhere to monitor motion, temperature, presence/absence. The concept is interesting: Sen.se bills it as a way to keep an eye on different things and people around your home, including how often someone brushes their teeth or when the cookie jar is opened.

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Sen.se Peanuts review: The coolest way to monitor your fridge, rooms, cookie jars... as long as you can rely on Bluetooth was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 01/21/2017, 13:00. Read more

dash buttonsThe hook for Amazon's physical Dash buttons is an easy thing to understand: hide little Wi-Fi connected buttons around your house, then press them when you're low on toilet paper in the bathroom, or dishwasher detergent in the kitchen, or imported all-natural small batch coconut oil in the bedroom, and the relevant product will automatically be bought via your Amazon account and shipped out in a couple of days. Now Amazon has made virtual Dash buttons for its website and shopping apps...

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Amazon app adds virtual Dash buttons for slightly faster Prime ordering was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 01/21/2017, 00:08. Read more

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A new version of Android Pay is headed out to users. Like many other updates, this one doesn't seem to have much in the way of new features poking out from the surface of the app. However, a teardown of the APK gives us a couple of things to look forward to in the near future. Android Pay will soon enable the use of PayPal cards and it looks like we're getting close to the previously announced support of Visa Checkout.

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Android Pay v1.13 prepares to support PayPal cards and enable payments with Visa Checkout [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 01/21/2017, 00:03. Read more

Encryption is probably always going to be a hot topic. Whether it's fear of your government or just personal paranoia, there are quite a few options out there for securing your stuff. Local files and drives are all well and good, but how do you guarantee the security of the things you have stored in the cloud? The developers of Cryptomator, an open-source multi-platform cloud encryption solution, think that they have an answer to that.

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Cryptomator takes a stab at securing your cloud files with transparent, client-side encryption was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 01/20/2017, 19:29. Read more

The anime-styling selfie app Meitu has exploded in popularity recently, then someone got to wondering why it was asking for so many permissions. It turns out the app is grabbing your IMEI and MAC address and sending them to a server in China. People were understandably concerned, and now Meitu has issued a statement meant to assuage our fears. It kind of doesn't, though.

The statement provided to Cnet notes that Meitu is based in China, which we knew.

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Meitu claims it's collecting user data because it's in China and needs to do ad tracking was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 01/20/2017, 18:28. Read more

It's a sad time when couples decide to split - the end of an era. It's even sadder when an app that was specifically meant for couples announces its shutting down. And yet that's exactly what's happening to Avocado, the messaging app aimed at two humans who have a close relationship.

Avocado launched in 2012, devoting itself to people in relationships. The thinking was that while instant messaging apps, like Messenger, WhatsApp, WeChat, iMessage, and Hangouts, were great for talking to most people, they were not so good at talking to those who you're closest to - i.e.

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Avocado, the messaging app for couples, is closing its doors was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 01/20/2017, 13:29. Read more

The Google Photos 'free up space' option is a great addition to the photos app, especially for phones with low amounts of storage space. Microsoft obviously thought this too, as the OneDrive team announced on Google+ that its app would be getting a similar option.

The post is a 'call for help' testing the new feature, which is in beta on Google Play at the moment. As might be expected, it works in pretty much the same way as Google's version; every time 1GB or more worth of photos is uploaded to OneDrive, the app will offer to delete the photos that have been uploaded, thereby freeing up space.

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OneDrive adds a 'free up space' option for photo storage to its beta app was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 01/20/2017, 11:39. Read more

It's not too often that I see Hulu app news pop up here, but this update is important. The popular TV (and more) streaming app is finally getting profiles, à la Netflix. The obvious benefit here is that individual users can have their own watch histories, interests, and recommendations without interfering with each other.

Here's the official note on it:

Profiles: Creating individual profiles enables you to keep track of all of your favorite shows and movies regardless of what other viewers in your household watch.

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The latest Hulu app update catches up to Netflix, brings profiles for different users was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 01/20/2017, 06:27. Read more

Every once in a while, you might wake up and see everyone playing the same new smartphone game/app, much like in The Next Generation. Meitu is a bizarre Chinese photo app, that applies various filters and 'enhancements' to pictures of yourself and others. In just the past few hours, it has received massive coverage online. While the app is certainly fun to mess around with, several users have pointed out that the application is sending a massive amount of user details to external IP addresses.

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Popular photo app Meitu is sending IMEI, MAC address, and more to remote servers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 01/19/2017, 23:50. Read more

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A new version of Google Photos hit late yesterday, bringing the current version to 2.7. At first glance, it's hard not to notice there are fewer items in the navigation drawer, but not much else seems to have changed for regular use of the app. Digging a bit deeper reveals a neat Easter egg that's all about the love, and a hint that Photos will soon allow users to edit the timestamp on a photo.

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Google Photos 2.7 tidies up the navigation drawer, adds a loving Easter egg, and sets up for timestamp editing [APK Teardown + Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 01/19/2017, 19:59. Read more



Small Microsoft Office updates for PowerPoint, Excel, and Word add in whiteboard capture and form control file opening



[Update: Release in March] Super Mario Run is up for pre-registration on the Play Store



YouTube shows a fun castle animation when loading a video



Nintendo's next mobile game is tactical RPG Fire Emblem Heroes, coming to Android in February



Latest Waze update adds category, voice search and distance auto complete



Personal file storage company Drobo launches DroboPix on Android



[Updated] Google Maps 9.44 shows parking availability and Atmosphere images [APK Download]



Top Features start showing up for more users on the Play Store



YouTube's new sharing feature is live in Canada, remains invite-only everywhere else



Google is rolling out offline search to help counter spotty connections