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Taskbar lets you enable Freeform mode on Android Nougat without root or adb

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When the Android N developer previews were released, we learned about a hidden “Freeform mode” that takes multi-window to a whole new level. Instead of being limited to two apps on top of each other or side by side, Freeform would let you open as many apps as you want and resize them any way to fit on the screen. But we later learned that Freeform wasn’t going to be enabled on any existing Nexus devices, not even the Pixel C which would benefit a lot from it.

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Taskbar lets you enable Freeform mode on Android Nougat without root or adb was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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[Deal Alert] League of Stickman is down to 10 cents or less worldwide

It’s been a while since we’ve had a good Play Store deal worldwide. Lately, they’ve all been limited to a few European countries and Australia — not even the US or Canada could benefit from many of the 10 cents price drops we’ve been posting. But today’s different.

League of Stickman, the combat adventure game that’s become quite popular with its fast-paced fighting moves and beautiful immersive graphics is down on the Play Store to about 10 cents, worldwide.

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[Deal Alert] League of Stickman is down to 10 cents or less worldwide was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Android Marshmallow also comes to the AT&T Galaxy S5 Active

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Actively watching Nougat roll out to Nexus owners this week? Most Android devices don’t have a shot at getting an update to the latest and greatest. Some, like the Galaxy S5 Active, are only just now getting an update to last year’s version.

Sorry, I may have rushed through the news here. Let me repeat that. The Galaxy S5 Active is now getting its over-the-air update to Android 6.0. AT&T is showing the Active some love, if we can call it that, at the same time as the regular Galaxy S5.

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Android Marshmallow also comes to the AT&T Galaxy S5 Active was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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AT&T is rolling out Marshmallow to the Galaxy S5 (build MMB29M)

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The Android update news this week has been all Nougat all the time. But what of the lowly Samsung Galaxy S5? AT&T is rolling out an update during Nougat week, but it’s only Android 6.0 Marshmallow. I mean, not that Marshmallow is bad, but running just a little late, are’t you AT&T?

The OTA will include all the usual Marshmallow tweaks like Doze mode, granular notifications, and Google Now on Tap.

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AT&T is rolling out Marshmallow to the Galaxy S5 (build MMB29M) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Alphabet looks to slash costs of Google Fiber unit and cut workforce in half

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Many of us have spent the last five years hoping beyond hope that Google Fiber would be deployed on our home turf. Fiber has been expanding little by little, but the costs are still astronomical. Alphabet CEO Larry Page has reportedly gotten fed up with Google Fiber burning through cash. He’s demanded Fiber chief Craig Barratt cut his staff to 500 from 1,000 and reduce the cost of acquiring new customers to one-tenth of current levels.

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Alphabet looks to slash costs of Google Fiber unit and cut workforce in half was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Trump Reaches Out to Communities of Color with…Lies

In recent days, Donald Trump has attempted to make overtures to African American voters, despite his previous divisive and bigoted rhetoric. In fact, as NBC News reported, Trump’s “new outreach to black voters” is undermined by his own history — which includes a Justice Department investigation into an apartment building owned by Trump and his father, which allegedly […]

Rescue strategy game EMERGENCY goes free on Android

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EMERGENCY came to Android more than 3 years ago in March of 2013. Back then, the Xperia Z was the hottest phone on the block, the Galaxy S4 was starting its pre-orders, and Holo was the coolest design language we could imagine. But EMERGENCY was rather well received thanks to its replay value. With 13 disaster scenarios and 18 units under your command, you could manage your resources differently to try to save as much lives and fight as many terrorists as you could, and thus control the situation better and faster.

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Rescue strategy game EMERGENCY goes free on Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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myAT&T app adds fingerprint login for supported devices, plus AT&T THANKS program

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You asked and they answered: AT&T has finally added fingerprint support to its myAT&T app, providing an extra layer of security to your mobile phone, landline, or internet billing app. This will only work if your myAT&T password is saved, however; as is normal, fingerprint access can be turned on or off in the app’s settings at any time.

WHAT’S NEW

  • We’ve listened to your feedback. You can now use your fingerprint scanner as an extra layer of security for the myAT&T app (supported devices only).

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myAT&T app adds fingerprint login for supported devices, plus AT&T THANKS program was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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CrossOver for Android runs Windows programs on x86 Android tablets and Chromebooks

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If you have ever used Linux, Mac, or another *nix operating system, you’ve probably heard of Wine. No, not the beverage – it’s software that allows Windows programs to run on platforms that aren’t Windows. Wine is one of my favorite open-source projects, under development since 1993 and having a massive community of developers and testers. Wine also maintains a database of compatible programs, which should give you an idea of the impressive compatibility.

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CrossOver for Android runs Windows programs on x86 Android tablets and Chromebooks was written by the awesome team at Android Police.