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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

Oxenfree, a very highly regarded game for both PC and consoles, has just been released for Android. It's a 2d point-and-click adventure game, with a late 80's spin. And, it's excellent. If you don't trust me on that, trust the somewhat crazy 93% the game has on Steam right now. 

This won't be a full review (It's a long game), but I spent a good while tapping around on the Android version.

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Oxenfree is an awesome point-and-click game set in the 80's, and now it's on Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 20:48. Read more

It feels like I just wrote Monday's app sales post and here we are already at Wednesday. June is almost over and the U.S. Independence Day is fast-approaching, which means a holiday weekend for us Americans. We're not there yet, but luckily, I have some apps to tide you over til then.

Be sure to go back to check out Monday's sales roundup. And remember that the times remaining on the apps are all accurate at the time of writing.

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Wednesday brings us 12 temporarily free and 16 on-sale apps was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 20:27. 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

Most Android enthusiasts have probably heard of XDA Developers. And if you're reading this post, then you're likely interested in what their Forums and Portal offer in terms of new customizations, development advances, and more. But if you don't want to use the full XDA app with the entire forum experience, and you'd prefer to just have the important news from the different device sub-forums reach you instead of having to dig for new threads here and there, then this new XDA Feed beta app might be the thing for you.

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XDA Feed is a curated news source from the XDA Forums and Portal was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 17:30. 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

Android Pay has barely been available in Canada for a month, but it already has a good selection of debit and credit cards signed up to use the service. The latest to get on board is American Express, adding the first card that isn't a MasterCard or Visa to Android Pay in the country.

This is great news for Canadian Amex users, especially considering the card is not yet supported on Android Pay in the UK (which we've had since May 2016).

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American Express is now supported by Android Pay in Canada was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 10:02. Read more

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Sharing photos with friends and family is one of the best social things you can do with your phone, so it only makes sense that it should be as seamless as possible. Google has been putting a lot of work into the sharing experience in its Photos for the last year, and the latest evolution of the interface just started appearing for some users today. If you try sharing one or more photos, you may be greeted by a new screen with a carousel-like photo picker.

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Some Google Photos users are getting a new sharing UI with photo selection and a button for sharing to family groups was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 06/28/2017, 01:23. Read more



27 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last week (6/21/17 - 6/27/17)



ChromeOS will eventually have an automatic red-tinted Night Light mode



DIRECTV apps updated to include purchases, downloads, and easy access to your entire collection [APK Download]



[Update: App updated] Amazon's Echo devices now double as in-house intercoms



Here are 45 temporarily free and 61 on-sale apps to start off the week



Google Home v1.24 prepares to give Google Home users an option to automatically cast to specific TVs and speakers without naming them each time, Bluet



[Cruising around with the top down] Chromebooks will get power settings for closing the lid



Automatic night mode is now available in the official Twitter client



[Update: Winners] Win one of 10 free codes for the Humble Mobile Roguelike Bundle



Lyft hails another Uber feature in the form of pickup suggestions