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Team Substratum is petitioning Google to allow custom overlays on Android P, and they need your help

The first developer preview of Android P, the next major version of Android, has arrived, and the biggest change in tow is a complete user interface overhaul, possibly the biggest since the introduction of Material Design with Android 5.0 Lollipop. A predominantly white interface with rounded corners and round icons are present as Google officially […]

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Google adds Video Voicemail feature to Google Duo

Duo, Google’s cross-platform video-calling app, is being updated with another feature that puts it above the competition. Users can now send a “video voicemail” up to 30 seconds long. Just like an old-fashioned voicemail, it allows users leave a message when somebody can’t come to the phone (or declines your call). Users can also opt to leave […]

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Here’s Everything New in Android P Developer Preview 1 for the Google Pixel/XL and Pixel 2/XL

Google dropped a bombshell on us today—the first Android P Developer Preview. Widely expected to release this month, the first Android 9.0 builds are now available for the Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Pixel 2, and Google Pixel 2 XL. Unfortunately, support has been dropped for the Google Pixel C, Google Nexus 5X, and […]

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Google is working on adding an Android Go image to the Android Studio Emulator

Android Go is Google’s stripped down version of Android based on Android 8.1 Oreo, and is designed to run on lower-end hardware with reduced RAM and storage requirements. It was announced last year and recently we saw it reach its first devices. For developers, it holds an exciting prospect. While some devices will be launching […]

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