AndroidGuys http://www.androidguys.com Android news and opinion Tue, 23 Dec 2014 00:39:07 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Runkeeper updated to support the Sony Smartwatch 3 http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/runkeeper-updated-to-support-the-sony-smartwatch-3/ http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/runkeeper-updated-to-support-the-sony-smartwatch-3/#comments Mon, 22 Dec 2014 23:48:31 +0000 http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/runkeeper-updated-to-support-the-sony-smartwatch-3/ One of the comments we pulled out when we reviewed the Sony Smartwatch 3 was that the dedicated GPS chip was a brilliant addition but required developers to take advantage of it to really make it significant. Well the folks over at Runkeeper have done just that and their latest update brings compatibility to use…... Read more »

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Goat Simulator Sale http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/goat-simulator-sale/ http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/goat-simulator-sale/#comments Mon, 22 Dec 2014 23:22:03 +0000 http://www.androidguys.com/?p=74589

I know you all have heard of the Goat Simulator from somewhere. I first heard of Goat Simulator as a computer game designed with no regards to physics or anything else that would force the game to make sense. A little while later, I heard that the beloved Goat Simulator had been ported to work... Read more »

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I know you all have heard of the Goat Simulator from somewhere. I first heard of Goat Simulator as a computer game designed with no regards to physics or anything else that would force the game to make sense.

A little while later, I heard that the beloved Goat Simulator had been ported to work on Android devices. I was excited beyond belief, but was dejected by the $4.99 price tag.

Well have no fear! Thanks to the holiday season, you can now get the amazing game for $0.99! Get it now, it is quite a steal and I loved every minute of it. I would have had this posted about an hour ago, but I got distracted by playing the game.

Still unsure if you want to spring the dollar? Check out some game play!



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WoodPuck Qi charging pad reviewed http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/woodpuck-qi-charging-pad-reviewed/ http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/woodpuck-qi-charging-pad-reviewed/#comments Mon, 22 Dec 2014 21:24:04 +0000 http://www.androidguys.com/?p=74559

I have been intrigued by the idea of wirelessly charging my phones for awhile.  On several occasions I have thought about buying one of the wireless charging solutions on the market, but ultimately I talk myself out of it.  There have been a lot of reasons to avoid buying into the technology, but that is... Read more »

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I have been intrigued by the idea of wirelessly charging my phones for awhile.  On several occasions I have thought about buying one of the wireless charging solutions on the market, but ultimately I talk myself out of it.  There have been a lot of reasons to avoid buying into the technology, but that is starting to change.  Prices are starting to come down, more companies are getting into the segment and more phones are compatible with the technology straight from the factory.  When I got the chance to review a new wireless charging pad, I jumped at the chance.  Specifically, I got the opportunity to test the WoodPuck wireless charging pad from Fone Salesman.

The WoodPuck wireless charging pad is a gorgeous example of the new generation of wireless chargers.  The WoodPuck is made out of bamboo which is a sustainable material.  I’m all for products that help to reduce harm to our environment, it’s an additional benefit that it looks so good.  When you open the box you are greeted with the wooden puck that is the charging pad.  Beneath the puck is the cord that makes everything work, it is a standard USB to micro-USB cord.  There’s not much to this device, the bamboo puck has a cut-out in the bottom that houses the electronics, but you won’t ever see that once you pick out where you want the charger.  Like I said above, the bamboo makes for a very attractive piece of tech.  You won’t feel bad about leaving this out on a desk or nightstand for all to see, although it is a bit on the small side.  It could easily be confused for a coaster the first time someone sees it, all that gives it away is the cord snaking out of the side.  Set-up was as simple as could be, just plug it into the wall and you’re good to go.

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So I set up the charging pad and I’m all set to charge my device, right?  Well, not quite.  Right now I have an LG G3 from AT&T which isn’t Qi compatible.  I should have known this and planned accordingly, but the picture on the Fone Salesman website showed an LG G3 (the same picture above) on the charging pad so I didn’t really put much thought into the details.  I learned the hard way that no matter which way you put the incompatible phone on the pad, it just won’t charge.  However, all was not lost, a quick search on Amazon and I had Qi wireless charging receiver on the way.  I have to admit that I almost gave up at this point.  When I learned I needed to order an adapter to make my phone capable of charging wirelessly, I had visions of bulky cases that would turn my phone into an unwieldy beast.  This was part of the problem with early wireless charging solutions, there was almost always a bulky case involved.  Instead I found that wireless charging receivers have shrunk to the point they can probably fit inside the case you might have on your phone (check out the picture below).  After a couple days wait, I was finally ready to test the WoodPuck.

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WoodPuck test, take two.  Now that my phone should work with a Qi wireless charger all I need to do, to charge my phone, is set it on the pad, right?  Well, I might sound like a broken record, but not quite.  When I set my phone on the pad for the first time a recurring “BEEP” sound filled the room.  I had never heard my phone make this noise so I figured it must be the WoodPuck.  After taking a look at the directions, I found that a recurring beep means that my phone and the charging pad don’t have a solid connection.  The directions told me that I should adjust my phone until I hear a single beep, this indicates that I have a solid connection and charging is underway.  I did as I was told and was rewarded with the single beep.  Finally, I had succeeded in charging my phone without any wires, never had I been so excited to charge my phone!  All seemed to be going well so I left my phone to charge in peace.

Several hours later I came back to check on my phone and things were not going as well as I thought they were.  While my phone was charging, it was doing so very slowly.  I had been told that wireless charging would be slower than using the old fashioned cord, but I was shocked by how little my phone had charged.  I thought that I should check my setup out before coming to any conclusions.  I went through the setup process again and even went so far as to move everything away from the charging pad (any metal, other cords, dust, etc.).  This time I put my phone down to charge as I went to bed at 1:12 AM, my battery was at 19%.  I woke up at 4:38 AM and my battery was up to 89%.  Usually my phone charges from near dead to 100% in a bit over an hour so this seemed like a long time to charge.  Using this system was a completely new experience for me so the fault might not lie with the WoodPuck.  There could have been several issues hurting the performance of the charging pad: maybe the WoodPuck wasn’t playing nice with the wireless receiver I ordered from Amazon; my setup could have been less than optimal; a defective part could have been hurting overall performance; or, this might be the regular level of performance and I didn’t have enough experience with wireless charging to know.  The point is that wireless charging has aways to go before the masses will adopt the technology.

After using the WoodPuck for the last ten days I came away fairly disappointed with wireless charging.  My biggest issue was definitely the extended charging times.  If I don’t start my day with a full charge there is no way I make it to the end of the day with a working phone.  This is a problem that will turn a lot of people off from wireless charging.  That’s the bad news though, there is a lot to like about the potential of this tech.  First of all, getting rid of cords would be great.  Secondly, imagine a world where wireless charging pads are built into restaurant tables or desks.  You could charge your phone almost anywhere without any extra equipment.  I have been hard on wireless charging, but if you absolutely want a wireless charger I can wholeheartedly endorse the WoodPuck.  The charging pad is made out of first rate materials and is absolutely gorgeous.  I have very few complaints about the actual WoodPuck.  First, it can be difficult at times to get a solid connection.  Again, this could be the result of the receiver I ordered, but sometimes it can take some work to get the phone situated just right.  Secondly, I think the charging pad should be bigger.  The WoodPuck is about the size of a standard coaster you would sit a drink on.  With smartphones getting bigger all the time, the charging pad should be big enough to accommodate them.  While I think wireless charging has aways to go, the WoodPuck is a great piece of equipment.  Just make sure your phone is compatible before ordering.

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HTC One M9 (Hima) leaks, shows off Sense 7 http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/htc-one-m9-hima-leaks-shows-off-sense-7/ http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/htc-one-m9-hima-leaks-shows-off-sense-7/#comments Mon, 22 Dec 2014 21:17:52 +0000 http://www.androidguys.com/?p=74583

A new leak has emerged from @upleaks which shows off the new HTC One M9, which has also been called the HTC Hima previously. The future HTC flagship device is expected to land in March 2015 and feature a 5-inch 1080p display, 3GB of RAM, octa-core 64-bit Snapdragon 810 SoC processor, and a 20.7-Megapixel camera.... Read more »

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A new leak has emerged from @upleaks which shows off the new HTC One M9, which has also been called the HTC Hima previously.

The future HTC flagship device is expected to land in March 2015 and feature a 5-inch 1080p display, 3GB of RAM, octa-core 64-bit Snapdragon 810 SoC processor, and a 20.7-Megapixel camera.

With Sense 7.0 and Android 5.0 Lollipop, it’s set to arrive in Grey, Silver, and Gold with a form factor a little thicker than that of this years HTC One M8.

Keep your eyes pealed at MWC in Barcelona for the HTC One M9 (Hima), and of course AndroidGuys will have you covered.

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Google’s Santa Tracker gets Santa themed watch faces!!! http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/googles-santa-tracker-gets-santa-themed-watch-faces/ http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/googles-santa-tracker-gets-santa-themed-watch-faces/#comments Mon, 22 Dec 2014 18:48:27 +0000 http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/googles-santa-tracker-gets-santa-themed-watch-faces/ When I was little kid, I loved to watch the evening news on Christmas Eve so I could catch the updates on Santa’s location.  Knowing that Santa Claus was busy doing his thing made me even more excited, if such a thing were possible.  Through the years the Santa Tracker has seen many iterations: from…... Read more »

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When I was little kid, I loved to watch the evening news on Christmas Eve so I could catch the updates on Santa’s location.  Knowing that Santa Claus was busy doing his thing made me even more excited, if such a thing were possible.  Through the years the Santa Tracker has seen many iterations: from… Read more »

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Amazon to give away $220 in free apps and games December 24-26 http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/amazon-give-away-220-free-apps-games-december-24-26/ http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/amazon-give-away-220-free-apps-games-december-24-26/#comments Mon, 22 Dec 2014 18:27:21 +0000 http://www.androidguys.com/?p=74557

Amazon, in what will be its largest Free App Bundle to date, is set to give away more than $200 worth of Android apps and games. Beginning from December 24 and running until December 26, Amazon’s collection will be worth upwards of $220 when it’s all said and done. The bundle includes apps and games... Read more »

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Amazon, in what will be its largest Free App Bundle to date, is set to give away more than $200 worth of Android apps and games. Beginning from December 24 and running until December 26, Amazon’s collection will be worth upwards of $220 when it’s all said and done.

The bundle includes apps and games from developers like Halfbrick Studios, Rovio Entertainment and Sega of America, which range in price from $0.99 to $64.99, all for free

And, as if that’s not cool enough, Amazon is offering discounts on Amazon Coins purchases. With up to 30% off the purchases, it’s triple the normal savings. As readers may already know, Amazon Coins can be used for in-app purchases, additional games, card packs, and other goodies.

Additionally, Amazon is going shaving 50-85% off titles from developers such as Disney, Gameloft, and Sony Pictures Television.

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But wait, there’s more

On top of the aforementioned discounts and promotions, Amazon is offering up some incredible sales on other content.

  • Until December 25th, customers can get up to 50% off Holiday and Kids movies and TV shows. Top titles include; Dr. Seuss: How the Grinch Stole Christmas, White Christmas, Polar Express, Home Alone, A Charlie Brown Christmas, and Elf. Find out more at amazon.com/aiv/deals.
  • The first-ever exclusive Amazon holiday playlist—All Is Bright—features more than 40 newly-recorded holiday songs from artists including Amanda Palmer, Ashley Monroe, Brandi Carlile, Liz Phair, PHOX, Yoko Ono and more. Every track is available for unlimited ad-free listening on Prime Music for Amazon Prime members at no additional cost to their membership. In addition, anyone who visits Amazon will be able to listen to a selection of the holiday songs from the All Is Bright playlist, for free, while they shop. Featured as a snowflake and music note at the top of every Amazon page, shoppers can just press play and enjoy through December 25th.
  • Starting December 25th and running through the New Year popular Kindle books from best-selling authors will be up to 85% off, including titles from James Patterson, David Baldacci, Rick Riordan, Sandra Brown, Kristin Hannah, Jeff Kinney and Barbara Freethy. Check out amazon.com/ebookdeals each day for new deals or sign up for the Kindle Daily Deal newsletter. Customers can also subscribe to Kindle Unlimited to read and listen to over 700,000 books and audiobooks, including the Harry Potter series, The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy, the Hunger Games trilogy, Diary of a Wimpy Kid books, Flash Boys, and more.

Find out more at amazon.com/appstore.



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Mailwise – Email for Exchange & Hotmail + Review http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/mailwise-email-exchange-hotmail-review/ http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/mailwise-email-exchange-hotmail-review/#comments Mon, 22 Dec 2014 17:00:29 +0000 http://www.androidguys.com/?p=74406

MailWise is an app that looks to provide you a one-stop shop for all of your email accounts and email app needs, and it does this really well. Let’s dive in. MailWise: Inbox by Gmail meets basic Email app One of the things I feel that the new Inbox by Gmail app lacks are some of... Read more »

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MailWise is an app that looks to provide you a one-stop shop for all of your email accounts and email app needs, and it does this really well. Let’s dive in.

MailWise: Inbox by Gmail meets basic Email app

One of the things I feel that the new Inbox by Gmail app lacks are some of the basic options you had from the AOSP Email app. It is also missing the ability to add other emails currently so that you can sort your all of your email. MailWise looks to provide a similar feel as Inbox by Gmail, actually more reminiscent of the Mailbox by Dropbox, but give it a few twists of its own, and allow all emails to be added.

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Microsoft Exchange, Windows Live Hotmail, Gmail, Outlook, Aol, Yahoo!, are the accounts that it automatically accepts, however it even has an “other” option that will accept other emails you might have.

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How this app is reminiscent to Inbox and Mailbox is the ability to take action on an email by swiping it in the list view. You can choose what action it takes when swiping to the left, but default is Archive. Swiping to the right reveals several options: Delete, Archive, Move to folder, Read/Unread toggle, and Star. Or, you can tap the “X” to close the menu. The only thing I wish this app had like Inbox and Mailbox is the ability to Snooze emails, however the Play Store description promises more features coming soon, so its possible this will be in a future update, and looking at the changelog in AppBrain, they update it often which is a good thing.

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The other thing MailWise prides itself on is their conversation view of emails, which I must say is nice. Instead of displaying all of the info many people show in all of their emails such as business, position, contact info, logo, etc., MailWise only displays this in the very first email, and then cuts it out in all the other emails, and shrinks the message down in a compact, SMS-style message. This makes viewing past messages to look for information a breeze, and really helps cut down on the need for scrolling. Initially I thought it was a gimmick, but as I used the app I came to enjoy this feature.

The app is also filled with custom settings for you to choose from, including but not limited to sync frequency, avatar displaying or not, quick responses, Auto Bcc, and much more. Another great thing about this app is they include security for Exchange accounts, so the app is safe to use for your business. The app also has a nice design, and while it is not Material Design yet, I wouldn’t be surprised if that came soon.

Overall, this app looks good, works well, and is packed to the gills with settings for you to customize the app to your liking. On top of it all, it aims to help you keep your inbox compact and organized, and get through emails quickly without needing to open each one. For those looking for an app to have all your emails in one place, I highly recommend MailWise.



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Game Developer Bundle: Learn to create the next hit Android game, 93% off http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/game-developer-bundle-learn-create-next-hit-android-game-93-off/ http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/game-developer-bundle-learn-create-next-hit-android-game-93-off/#comments Mon, 22 Dec 2014 17:00:28 +0000 http://www.androidguys.com/?p=74528

Remember Flappy Bird? What a hit! With just a little bit of code and some retro minimalism, an amazingly viral sensation was created and generated tons of income for its creator. Do you have a great idea that you’ve been tossing around? We’re approaching a new year and you owe it to yourself to reach... Read more »

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Remember Flappy Bird? What a hit! With just a little bit of code and some retro minimalism, an amazingly viral sensation was created and generated tons of income for its creator. Do you have a great idea that you’ve been tossing around? We’re approaching a new year and you owe it to yourself to reach your goals and bring that game to life! This Android Game Developer Bundle is the exact purchase you should make to start the year off right.

The Android Game Developer Bundle gives aspiring creators 7 quality courses on game development. Learn to build with no prior knowledge of coding required. These courses will empower you and remove the barrier between you and your creative dreams. Heck, maybe we’ll even get to review your creation here on our site! Regularly priced at $761, AndroidGuys readers get limited-time access to this bundle for only $49! We will expect a small commission when your game reaches #1 on Google Play, though. ;)

See more at deals.androidguys.com

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Goat Simulator Sale

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Android Lollipop on HTC One M8 shown in leaked screenshots http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/android-lollipop-htc-one-m8-shown-leaked-screenshots/ http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/android-lollipop-htc-one-m8-shown-leaked-screenshots/#comments Mon, 22 Dec 2014 16:54:03 +0000 http://www.androidguys.com/?p=74549

Since Android Lollipop was announced, many users have been waiting to hear when their manufacturers are going to release the next version of Android for their devices. Companies like Samsung and LG have been mostly quiet about it, while companies like Motorola and HTC have done what they can to communicate how quickly that Lollipop goodness... Read more »

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Since Android Lollipop was announced, many users have been waiting to hear when their manufacturers are going to release the next version of Android for their devices. Companies like Samsung and LG have been mostly quiet about it, while companies like Motorola and HTC have done what they can to communicate how quickly that Lollipop goodness will come. HTC One M8 users have the benefit of knowing the update will come within 90 days of the release of Lollipop with HTC Advantage, but it seems it may be even quicker than that.

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Screenshots have been leaked of Android Lollipop 5.0 running on a HTC One M8, and surprisingly most things have remained stock. Mind you, this is a leak, so who knows how much of this will change by the time it’s released.

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Notifications seem to have had the biggest effect, taking cues from stock Android. It seems you’re also able to have lock screen notifications, as seen below.

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Quick settings have also been changed to be very similar to Android Lollipop, albeit with HTC Sense settings such as Battery Saver mode.

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Multitasking has changed from the flat preview style of HTC Sense to the new card interface of Lollipop, which looks much better.

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Settings now have a search function, allowing users to find settings much easier.

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Something that is entirely new is this “Easy Mode” which essentially replaces the highly customize-able home screen with a simple, 6 button interface. This is likely for the elderly who just need something simple.

That’s all of the screenshots, but we’ll keep you posted if we hear any other news on Lollipop on the HTC One M8.

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Samsung’s Tizen-based Z1 to be launched in India in January http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/samsungs-tizen-based-z1-launched-india-january/ http://www.androidguys.com/2014/12/22/samsungs-tizen-based-z1-launched-india-january/#comments Mon, 22 Dec 2014 15:27:42 +0000 http://www.androidguys.com/?p=74538

Samsung is going to release its ultra-low budget Tizen-based phone, the Samsung Z1, in January next year, according to the Korea Economic Daily. Priced less than 100,000 Korean won (about $90), Samsung will be releasing its much-awaited device in India on January 18, an official source revealed. It is likely to go on sale in... Read more »

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Samsung is going to release its ultra-low budget Tizen-based phone, the Samsung Z1, in January next year, according to the Korea Economic Daily.

Priced less than 100,000 Korean won (about $90), Samsung will be releasing its much-awaited device in India on January 18, an official source revealed. It is likely to go on sale in China in February and Korea in the first half of 2015.

“We decided to release the Tizen phone in India on January 18, 2015. The price of the phone is set at less than 100,000 won,” a Samsung official said.

Touted as Samsung Z1, the Tizen OS based smartphone is expected to be Samsung’s answer to a slew of budget devices selling like hotcakes by Xiaomi, Huawei and Micromax. Samsung wants to become a dominant player in the budget phones segment even if it’s not very profitable. Also, the Korean firm is trying to enter the global content domain by promoting Tizen.

The Samsung Z1 is rumored to feature a 4-inch WVGA TFT screen, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and a 3-megapixel rear-facing primary camera. It will run Tizen 2.3 OS out-of-the-box and house a 1500mAh battery.

Samsung intends to sell the Tizen Phone through its existing sales model, which includes online retailers as well as the existing offline sales network.

Along with the article from the Korea Economic Daily is a tweet from @MAHESHTELECOM showing some pictures of the alleged Samsung Z1. They are the picture above and shown below.

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