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nexusae0_Google-Photos-icon-logo.pngWe gave you an overview of the new Google Photos app earlier today, but there's a lot more to see than can be covered in a single post. We're breaking some of the new features out so we can go over them in detail. First up, the new link sharing component of Google Photos. Not only can you share photos or videos in a snap, you can preserve some of your privacy while doing it.

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The New Google Photos App Will Include Photo And Video Link Sharing With Privacy Controls was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 05/24/2015, 21:30. Read more

image (2)The latest update to Google Keep doesn't add a whole lot, but if you're used to adding reminders based on location, you might notice a new feature. Now when adding a location-based reminder to a Keep note you'll be treated to a new Google Maps screen, allowing you to see the spot on the map rather than guessing at a text-only address. Here's the difference:

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Left: old UI. Center and right: new UI.

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Google Keep Version 3.1.204 Adds A Map View To The Location Reminder Interface was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 05/23/2015, 20:24. Read more

image (1)Apps with tens of millions of users tend to either spend a lot of time and effort conforming to Android's visual standards... or spend none at all, considering their own cross-platform UI more important. Dropbox has tended to fall into the former category, but it's taken them a while to get on board with the Material Design standards introduced with Android 5.0. That changes today: version 2.6.0.2 adds a new UI that follows the Material Design playbook.

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[APK Download] Dropbox Gets A Material Design Makeover And Gesture Folder Navigation In Version 2.6 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 05/23/2015, 19:51. Read more

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There's little doubt in anyone's mind that Microsoft has been marching forward with its cross-platform strategy over the past months. The company has been releasing more and more apps for Android and iOS, trying to spread its wings beyond its own operating systems and grab a few users across the pond. While some of these apps are the serious productive tools that we expect from Redmond, others have been quirky, experimental, and sometimes even wtf-worthy. That's not the case with OneClip.

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OneClip Is Microsoft's Upcoming Cross-Platform Cloud Clipboard Service was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 05/23/2015, 15:30. Read more

chromecastMost updates to the Chromecast app don't warrant a full post around here, but holy crap, you guys. This one has backdrop history, finally. The app will now let you page through the last few images displayed on your Chromecast so you can find out what they were.

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The app has a few layout changes to accommodate the new focus on backdrop history.

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[Update: Changelog] Chromecast App Updated With Backdrop History And Layout Tweaks [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 05/23/2015, 09:10. Read more

GMS-Teardown

In Part 1 of this teardown, we saw what may be the return of Android@Home, or at least something similar. There were also new pieces to Nearby, Google's unique technology for finding two devices (and people) in close proximity, and a possible (subtle) change to the way Smart Lock responds to wearable devices. In Part 2, we'll continue with the possible centralization of Chrome Sync to Play services, project Sidewinder, a mysterious appearance by Facebook, and more.

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[APK Teardown] Play Services 7.5 - Part 2: Chrome Sync Might Be Relocating, Google Play In China, Kid Accounts, And A Random Facebook Logo was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 05/23/2015, 01:11. Read more

Maps-ThumbIf you're looking for a nearby place to eat and want directions on how to get there, open Google Maps first. If you try using the Google Search app or the web, you probably won't get the results you want.

You see, Search is currently having a hard time giving out directions. If you tap the icon underneath a restaurant, it will open up Google Maps, but after that... nothing.

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Yup, as you can see, I'm somewhere in Virginia.

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[Bug Watch] Google Maps Fails To Load Directions When Prompted From Search was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 05/22/2015, 22:33. Read more

music_app_iconSony's decision to drop the Walkman brand from its music app left people strangely upset, but maybe this will cool some hot heads. The latest update of the beta music app adds Google Cast support. It's "experimental," but it's better than nothing.

Here's the full changelog for the new version. It's more than just the casting support, but not much more.

  • Google Cast support (Experimental feature)
  • Crisper album art in lock screen (Lollipop devices)
  • Download music info moved to Settings
  • Misc bug fixes

You need to have a Sony device to use the music app, just like when it was still called Walkman.

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Sony Adds Experimental Google Cast Support To Its Beta Music App [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 05/22/2015, 22:00. Read more

a978106d85577e7bbc74fb8b9765d9a5_400x400NVIDIA is getting ready for a big push with the GRID gaming service and the SHIELD console. GRID has been free so far, but it's expected to transition to a paid service soon. So is it worth it to pay monthly for access to streaming games? That all depends on the value you're getting, doesn't it? A page put up by greenrobotgamer.com calculates how much the GRID catalog is worth, and it's a lot—over $960 right now.

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This Page Tells You The Value Of NVIDIA's GRID Game Streaming Service In Steam Dollars was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 05/22/2015, 20:12. Read more

MixelsRush-ThumbI remember the Cartoon Network of the early 2000s, back when shows like the Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo, and Ed, Edd n Eddy were the latest things out. But the channel has moved on to a new generation. These days I find myself writing about cartoons I've never heard of, like Steven Universe and Mixels. The latter apparently involves tribes of colorful creatures that defend Mixel Land from destructive things called Nixels.

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Combine Cute Little Critters And Their Powers In Cartoon Network's Mixels Rush For $2.99 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 05/22/2015, 19:11. Read more