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Google Play Pass is out, but far from perfect. We took a dive into the app to discover some of its flaws. Most of them are fairly minor and indicative to a new service. We found there were more than half a dozen voice recorder apps and Sudoku games. We posit that Google needs to bring more high end apps and games into the service to properly compete with the likes of Apple Arcade. Hit the link for more details.

It’s possible to play Call of Duty: Mobile on your PC. Gameloop, a re-branded Android emulator for PC, boasts support for the game for the low, low price of free. Gameloop was Tencent Gaming Buddy in a previous life, but now stands as its own product. You can still download it for other emulators like Bluestacks. However, Gameloop has Tencent’s blessing as the official Call of Duty: Mobile emulator. It’s a neat experience overall.

Google’s Halloween decorations are macabre and hilarious this year. The company put up a little garden with the gravestones of a bunch of canceled Google products. You can find the image at the link, but there are gravestones for Orkut, Google+, Google Reader, Google Buzz, and a few others. It’s great for, well, people like us, but it has to be weird for Google employees hitting the campus and seeing a reminder of a half a dozen of their failures.

Microsoft launched a large update for its Your Phone app this week. The new update lets you field phone calls from your computer. You can initiate, accept, or deny phone calls straight from the desktop with Windows 10’s native notification center. The only caveat is both devices need Bluetooth support in order for everything to work.

Perfect World Mobile

Price: Free to play

Perfect World Mobile is a free to play mobile game. It launched in September but we wanted to cover it anyway. The original game was an MMORPG from about 12 years ago. This version isn’t nearly the same, but it has many of the common elements. It plays like an MMORPG on mobile. You create a character, explore a huge open world, and fight off various bad guys in a variety of quests. The game also features multiplayer dungeons and some other game perks. There is quite a grind at higher levels, but that’s a problem with most mobile MMORPGs.



Price: Free / $5.99 per month

Shudder is a video streaming service from AMC. It specializes in horror movies. The service couldn’t have picked a better month for its debut. There are a bunch of movies and TV shows on Shudder, including a bunch of old classics such as the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. There are even curated lists from folks like Rob Zombie. The streaming quality is fine, but nothing special. You won’t find any 4k HDR streams here. It’s not a bad service to try out during Halloween season. You can try a free trial for a week. The service runs $5.99 per month after that.


Price: Free to play

DIGIMON ReArise is the latest Digimon title from Bandai Namco. The game features an entirely original story apart from all of the other properties. Otherwise, it plays like your classic gacha card dueling game. There are single and multiplayer modes, including PvP up to five versus five. The gacha elements are a little restrictive compared to many gacha games and that has many early adopters complaining about the game. However, other than that, the game seems to excel in its other elements.

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A report circulated this week outlines Elon Musk’s alleged ideas to increase Twitter’s revenue. Among the ideas includes monetizing tweets, increasing celebrity engagement, and slashing the salaries of high-level executives. It was apparently part of his bid to buy Twitter. We don’t know how feasible a lot of that stuff is, but you can hit the link to learn more about it.

Google is giving people more power to remove personally identifiable information from the web. This week, Google gave people the ability to request that phone numbers, email addresses, and physical addresses be removed from Google Search results. Google processes the requests in a few days and your information should be gone. We like this move a lot and recommend that people do it.

Last week, we talked about the shutdown of the disaster that was CNN Plus. It turns out, it was worse than we thought because it actually shut down two days early. It was set to shut down on April 30th, but shut down on April 28th instead. It’s one of the worst streaming services launches of all time and draws comparison to Quibi quite a lot.

Several major tech companies were duped into giving personal data to hackers. The process is a little complicated. However, the short version is that hackers pretended to be a legitimate company and submitted fake legal requests. The big tech companies responded and gave away data. Google, Apple, Twitter, Discord, and several others were included. Hit the link to learn more.

The Google Play Store now shows you how apps collect and share your data. It’s 100% mandatory for app developers to include this data starting from July 20th, 2023. The information includes what data is collected, how it is used, what third parties it shares with, and several other pieces of data. You should see this rolling out in the coming weeks.


Price: Free

Phantom is a crypto wallet that was originally for desktop browsers. The company launched its Android and iOS apps a couple of weeks ago. The app boasts many of the same features as the wallet itself, including quick transactions, low fees, and Solana DAPPs for increased functionality. As an app, it’s not terrible but it definitely still needs some optimizations. It tends to load slowly and becomes occasionally unresponsive. However, a little tweaking here and there and the app should prove to be very useful. People who already use Phantom should definitely check it out.

Seven Mortal Sins X-Tasy

Price: Free to play

Seven Mortal Sins X-Tasy is a mobile JRPG with the usual gacha elements. You play through the story while you summon and upgrade your units. Some other game features include voice actors, the story having unique reactions based on player decisions, and hidden stories for your characters to unlock and play. The honeymoon phase is quite free-to-play friendly, although the grind does catch up to you eventually. It’s definitely one of the better options for this genre in recent memory.


Echoes of Mana

Price: Free

Echoes of Mana is the latest gacha RPG from Square Enix. This one revolves around the existing Mana series. It plays like many Square Enix gachas where you can summon new and old characters from the Mana series, play through a storyline, and enjoy a bit of nostalgia mixed with a bit of newness. This one is a bit more aggressive in terms of microtransactions than most Square Enix gachas and some of the gameplay is a bit stuttery on lower-end devices, but Square Enix will continue to improve over the long term so keep an eye on this one.

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5 Best Keepass Companion Apps For Android

If you use KeePass to manage your passwords, you’ve probably thought about how you can manage those passwords on Android. As it stands, there isn’t an official KeePass management app for Android. This is a shame, as it would make things easy, having one app on multiple systems.

Regardless, KeePass fans have taken it upon themselves to make some companion apps: programs that can work with your password databases to help you bring that wonderful KeePass management to your phone. So, what one is the best? Let’s find out!

1. KeePassMob Password Manager

Perhaps the best implementation of what we could see from an “official” KeePass Android app, KeePassMob supports KeePass 1.x as well as the 2.x file format. It also includes support for Dropbox, chúng tôi OneDrive and others for cloud backup. The app also supports password generation, and many, many other features.

Out of all of the ones on the list, KeePassMob is hands down the most user-friendly and good looking. If you’re trying to find a modern app for your KeePass needs, this should be one of the first apps you take for a spin!

2. KeePassDroid

When people talk about using KeePass on Android, few recommend anything other than KeePassDroid. It’s a simple app that supports read and write support for both versions of KeePass. That’s not it, though, as they have some other killer features too: mainly Google Drive support and password generation.

Though many admit KeePassDroid isn’t the most user-friendly app in existence, once you get past the learning curve, you might grow to love everything about it. If you want a competent KeePass manager, definitely check this one out!

3. KeepShare Lite for KeePass

KeepShare Lite is a free version of the KeepShare KeePass manager for Android. Though it’s not as full-featured as the paid version, it still has some enticing and robust things to offer. With this app you’ll be able to use KeePass 2.x password files, autofill support, cloud provider support, full database browsing and much, much more. If you’re looking for a cool way to keep track of your passwords, check it out!

4. Keepass2Android

Looking for a good KeePass 2 password safe for Android? Keepass2Android has you covered. For starters, it integrates with just about any Android browser; lets you upload password database files to various cloud providers like Drobox, Google Drive, OneDrive, etc.; and has an integrated keyboard to protect you from clipboard exploits.

If you’ve tried the other apps on the list and found they came up short, you should give Keepass2Android a go!

5. Keepass2Android Offline

We’ve already talked about Keepass2Android in #4, but this app deserves a mention too. It essentially does everything that the online app does, except this time it doesn’t need an Internet connection. Everything can be done completely offline. The features it sports are comparable – if not identical – to the online app, so we won’t say anything here. However, if you loved Keepass2Android but have connectivity issues, this is the logical choice.


These apps aren’t blessed by the KeePass project by any means. And sure, it would be really nice if the KeePass team got together and made one official Android application that does all of the things these companion apps do, but no matter.  Don’t let this fact discourage you. Each and every one of these companion apps is great if what you want is to bring the might of KeePass password management to Android.

Derrik Diener

Derrik Diener is a freelance technology blogger.

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5 Best Duplicate Photo Cleaner Apps For Android

Want to clean up duplicate selfies, blurry images, screenshots, and edited photos? Use these Android duplicate photo cleaners to streamline your gallery!

But, how do they even get there in the first place?

It’s like accidentally hitting the “Copy” button instead of “Paste” or snapping the same shot over and over again. And don’t get me started on those never-ending WhatsApp forwards that flood our inboxes & galleries with duplicate memes, funny pictures & screenshots.

5 Best Duplicate Photo Remover Apps for Android To Recover Storage Space

These duplicate images not only cause a “Storage Full” error on a smartphone but also makes it impossible to find that one perfect picture in a sea of look-alike images.

Our experts have considered factors like ease of use, accuracy, and efficiency to bring you the most reliable duplicate picture identification apps for Android 2023.

1. Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro

Tired of duplicate photos taking up precious space on your Android smartphone? Look no further! Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro is one of the most trustworthy apps that deleted duplicate photos. This handy app runs an in-depth scan to identify & remove those pesky duplicates and similar-looking pictures. This app is known to free up lots of storage space in a single scan.

Using Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro is a breeze. Just choose your scan type, start the scan, and let it do its magic. You can even set the matching level and set criteria for identifying similar-looking images. You can also clear the cache within the app!

With its simplicity and time-saving features, this app makes deleting duplicate photos from your Android device a breeze. Enjoy a clutter-free gallery with just a few taps!

Note: It’s an excellent app to delete duplicate photos for free. But there’s a small catch: To delete an unlimited number of dupes, you’ll need to watch a reward video. But don’t worry, if you want to go all-in and remove duplicates without any restrictions, you can easily upgrade to the premium version. It’s your choice!


Fast scanning engine.

Preview files before deletingthem.

Auto-mark duplicates without manual intervention.

Shows a confirmation message before erasing duplicates.

Displays the amount of total space recovered.


Annoying Ads.

2. Files By Google

Requires Android: Version 5.0 and up.

Google’s File by Google app is a convenient way to manage the files stored on your phone. The app offers excellent syncing capabilities and is completely secure as it was created and backed by Google.

While many file management apps exist, Files by Google is one of the finest of its kind. It genuinely helps you get rid of space-intensive files while also managing what needs to be stored and where.

Google’s Files by Google app can help you safely find and delete duplicate photos, cache, and junk files very seamlessly. It also offers a storage optimizer to help you free up space on your phone.


Share files with others – fast, securely, and without data.

Free up space with smart cleaning recommendations.

Organize files easily by moving or copying files to a specific folder.


Sharing large files takes much time after the recent update. 

3. Remo Duplicate Photos Remover

Requires Android: Version 4.2 and up.

“Remove Duplicates- Organize & Optimize your Phone.” This tool is developed to locate, preview and delete duplicate photos.

The app scans and displays duplicate or similar photos in sets. It then serves you with the option to delete the duplicate photos by selecting the entire set or a set of images from it. The best part is that it keeps one copy of each photo for you to have, even if you delete all the copies in a set!


De-Dupe Algorithm to scan and locate similar photos taken in burst mode or HDR mode.

Ensures retention of a single copy.

Preview duplicate pictures in sets.


Occasional crashing issue while scanning.

4. Duplicate Photos Remover

Requires Android: Version 4.0.3 and up.

Another easy-to-use duplicate photo cleaner app, Duplicate Photos Remover is an ultimate app that quickly scans your phone’s internal & external storage for duplicate & similar-looking photos within seconds!

If you have duplicate photos creating clutter in your device’s gallery, then it is time to bring order to your device storage by using this application Duplicate Photos remover that can find exact or similar matches of images, allowing you to eliminate the duplicates and regain precious space on your Android phone.


Super lightweight. Just 2.3MB in size.

Support for Internal and External Storage (SD Cards).

Selectively search and file finds based on file type.


Minor in-process bug issues.

5. Duplicate File Remover

Requires Android: Version 5.0 and up.

Duplicate Cleaner: Duplicate Cleaner is a utility application that scans and removes any unwanted, duplicate media audio, photos or video files from your phone’s memory (internal memory, SD card or external storage).


You get a notification every day when there are new duplicate files.

Attractive User Interface.

Smart scan modes.


Relatively Slow in comparison to other apps.

To Wrap it Up

There you go! These are the best photo duplicate cleaner apps for Android. You can use these simple to use apps to find, manage and delete duplicate photos on your device. It will automatically recover a lot of storage space without the need for any work on your part.

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5 Free And Useful Reminder Apps For Android

You have so many things to do that, normally, you forget about a few of them. The problem is when you forget something important. If you forget to go to the dry cleaners, you can always go tomorrow. Still, it’s a whole different story if you forget to buy important school supplies your kid needs for the next day.

Since it’s almost impossible to remember everything you have to do during the day, that a little help come be great. You can use various Android apps for free to help you remember the personal and work-related things you need to get done. Let’s see which one best fits your needs.

1. Google Tasks

Google Tasks is a free app that will remind you of your tasks at the exact time you need to be reminded. Create your task, and while you’re creating it, you’ll see an option to add a reminder time. Since you’ll be using your Google account, the reminder will appear on all the Android devices you have that account on.

The app also lets you add subtasks to your tasks, Change theme color, Rename lists, Rearrange the order of your tasks, View your tasks in Gmail, and you can easily switch between accounts. You can also organize them by date so you can always meet that deadline.

2. Reminder with Alarm

If you need to be a reminder to call someone, the app will ask for permission to access your contacts for an easy add. You can also use speech to text to name your task, a great option when typing is a little difficult. If you see a task you want to make your favorite, tap on the star icon, and it’ll automatically be saved to the Favorites section. When you can’t remember if you completed a task, don’t forget to use the search option at the top.

3. Microsoft To-Do: List, Task, and Reminder

Are you a fan of Microsoft? In that case, you might like the Microsoft To-Do app. It’s full of great and useful features, such as reminders. To have the app remind you it’s time to complete a task, tap on the plus button at the bottom right.

After you add things such as a name, Due date, Repeat, you’ll see the Remind me option.

You can choose from the default time options or choose the Pick a date and time one. First, it’ll ask you to choose a date from the calendar and then tap on the Time tab. To add the time, you can do it two ways. By sliding the great circle to the right time, you can tap on the keyboard icon to type in the time.

Just like with all the apps on the list, when the time comes around, you’ll get the reminder on your notification bar.

4. To-Do List – Schedule Planner and To-Do Reminders

Do you like adding pictures to your reminders? If you do, that’s something you can do with To-Do List – Schedule Planner and To-Do Reminders. This app lets you create tasks with a fancy design and add a reminder if you want to; it’s not an obligation. When creating a task, you can add a due date, Time, reminder, Repeat task, and Attachment. The free version only lets you add one attachment, but you can upgrade to Pro if you need to add more.

There’s also a calendar view to see how many tasks you need to take care of during the week. You can also divide your tasks into different categories such as Work, Personal, Wishlist. You can also create a list if you don’t see a title you can use. It’s also possible to manage the categories by editing, hiding, or deleting them. For an easy find, all the categories are at the top.

When it comes to themes, the only ones you can use for free are blue, pink, black, and green. The texture and scenery themes are only for Pro users.

5. chúng tôi – To-Do List Planner and Calendar

If none of the previous apps convinced you, hopefully, you’d like Any Do. You can view your tasks in four different ways:





You can add tags and create your own lists. When you first start using the app, you can sync your Google calendar, and the app does the rest of the work. To make things easier, the app has various widgets you can add to your home screen. You can choose from eight of them, including transparent and non-transparent.

When you create a task, the app offers you a long list of options to choose from. Towards the bottom, you can see your reminder options. You can choose from options such as Later today, This evening, Tomorrow morning, Next week, Someday, or Custom. With Custom, first, you’ll need to choose a date, followed by the time. You’ll know the reminder has been added successfully because it’ll appear blue at the bottom right corner.

The app also lets your share your tasks with others by assigning them to the task. Also, if you forget to add a reminder, you can always go back and open the task to add it. Simply toggle on the bell icon and add the time and date you want to be reminded of.


13 Best Ar Android Apps You Should Try!

The technology behind AR (augmented reality) has existed for decades now, but it has finally gone mainstream only until recently. With social media apps like Snapchat making AR popular with its filters and games like Pokémon GO introducing AR in a fun way, the craze is only building.

Apple has enjoyed a front seat in the AR revolution thanks to its ARKit program, but now Google is catching up with the ARCore platform. Luckily, you can already find some of the best AR Android apps on the Google Play Store already, and we’ve sorted it all out for you.

Let’s check out some apps that are already available on Android.

Big Bang AR

The Big Bang AR as an interesting tool to gain a virtual image of the discovery of this universe. The app is based on a nice concept that exposes you to an in-depth knowledge of our solar system topped by soothing background music as a perfect addition to the visuals.

The content is fairly educational and provides astronomical knowledge with AR technology as reviewed by a user.

Wow! A delightful and educational app for everyone. An excellent way to introduce astronomy to anyone. Thanks a tonne for this experience!

However, to have a good user experince you have to make sure that your device is compatible with this app.

Download: Big Bang AR

INKHUNTER – try tattoo designs

Love may not be forever, but permanent tattoos definitely are, which is why you need to be smart about the ones you get. There’s no way to guarantee how a tattoo will turn out to be, but an app called INKHUNTER helps you see exactly how a tattoo design would look in real time on your skin.

Packed with dozens of stylish tattoo designs of its own, INKHUNTER also allows you to pick up designs you have saved in your gallery. Simply select the tattoo and point the phone camera to the part of your body where you’d want the tattoo, and the app will display it in AR right away.

Download: INKHUNTER – try tattoo designs


The Zoomquilt offers zooming illusion artworks as live wallpapers for your smartphone. This app is a pick for creative individuals who love to see unique stuff on their phone screen.

The app is based on a unique concept that exposes you to a range of iconic wallpapers and screensavers for your phone. The visuals can seen as an inspiration to proceed with your creative journey in any field. However, there are chances that the app may behave jittery at times.

Download: Zoomquilt

Houzz – Home Design & Remodel

Houzz can be your personal assistant to come up with the best interiors or to perform complete remodeling of a given space. You can explore and buy from over 10 million products to find the perfect add on to your house interiors. And the varified products review on the platform makes it easier to make a better choice.

One of the most innovative and likable features is the ability to see through the entire house out of a single picture. For professionals, the app can be a decent pick to come up with paperless work to show their creations in a visually impressive manner.

Download: Houzz

Assemblr – Make 3D Images & Text, Show in AR!

If you are looking for an app that lets you create some interesting designs with AR, then this one is worth a try. Assemblr can be your platform to create 3D designs for various purposes such as powerpoint presentations,  3D printing, facebook posts, etc.

However, you need to make sure that your device is compatible with this app for smooth user experience. The app is fairly easy to use and can definitely be used as a learning platform.

Download: Assemblr

Sky Map

For all the stargazers out there, augmented reality connects the dots in the infinite universe and shows a different picture of the sky with the Sky Map. Originally developed and supported by Google, Sky Map is now an open-source project for aspiring astronomers to use their Android device and find the celestial bodies in the space.

All you need to do to get started is calibrate your device’s compass and point the device up towards the sky to get an augmented view of what lies above.  With quick shortcuts to specifically view constellations, nebulas, and planets in our solar system, you’ll always have a planetarium in your pocket with the Sky Map.

Download: Sky Map

ARCore Elements

ARCore Elements is a pick for your first AR experience as the app features many AR core elements and allows you to interact with the AR world. However, device compatibility may impact the user experience for this app so make sure to check it once.

It highlights the AR principles and patterns such as creating and manipulating visual objects, real-world movement, designing environments and making a user interface. Try it for its AR demonstration and clear your doubts about what AR does.

Download: ARCore

My Tamagotchi Forever

The closest some of us came to parenting all the way back in childhood was when we had to look after, feed, and raise your very own virtual pet. All of this was made possible with just a little gadget that helped you keep a close watch on your Tamagotchi, introduced by Bandai Namco all the way back in the 90s.

Thanks to the AR push, this retro virtual pet is coming to life in a different dimension on Android with My Tamagotchi forever. From feeding your adorable pet to keeping them entertained and happy, this app will not only make the kids fall in love with Tamagotchis, but make us adults reminisce the old childhood days too.

Download: My Tamagotchi Forever

Augment – 3D Augmented Reality

Until now, AR was either an entertainment accessory or just a fun way to enjoy social media, but now it is making its way into the business world. One app that is building towards this purpose is Augment, which is here to help you bring 3D models alive in augmented reality.

Whether you’re a realtor who wants to make their brochures more interactive, an interior decorator who wants to help customers visualize your designs, or a publisher looking to make their books come alive with 3D AR illustrations, Augment can help you do all of this and more.

Download: Augment – 3D Augmented Reality


Being more than two decades old, there’s a good chance that this shopping app has already a home in your mobile app drawer, but did you know that is now comes packing AR capabilities? But instead of offering a cheap gimmick that involves augmented reality, eBay has added AR technology to solve a grave issue for sellers when trying to find the box size they need to ship their products.

This feature is called “Which Box” and now comes built into the eBay mobile app, allowing you to easily find the shipping container size needed for a product you’re selling. Using the camera and the power of ARCore, app virtually measures the dimensions of the package you want to send out and suggests the appropriate box size.

Download: eBay

Just a Line

This little gem comes directly from Google itself, and hopes to be the next great thing in the world of social media sharing which makes the most out of augmented reality. Just a Line makes the world your canvas, where you can doodle away to bring to beautiful AR creations to life.

The app is pretty straightforward, simply create a drawing or a doodle on the screen while the camera is turned on by the app, and hit the record button to create your very own augmented reality video to blow away your social media peers.

Download: Just a Line

The Walking Dead: Our World

If you thought games like Pokemon GO were pushing the boundaries between the virtual and real world, wait till you get some zombie killing action in AR with The Walking Dead: Our World game. This unique game puts you in a post-apocalyptic world, which is built right on top of your real world, offering some stunning location-based gaming.

Team up with the brave survivors of the zombie outbreak – Rick, Daryl, Michonne, and others to fight in your real world and get the Walkers before they get you. From completing exciting weekly challenges to teaming up with friends in real life to survive and create a society, while reclaiming your city from the dead.

Download: The Walking Dead: Our World

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