Newest Open Beta for OnePlus 3/3T add call answer gesture and February security patch

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OnePlus has just posted the full changelog of its newest versions of Oxygen OS’ Open Beta builds. The OnePlus 3 is on version 32 while the OnePlus 3T finds itself on version 23. Both of these builds are identical and bring the same features. Sadly, the update doesn’t bring Oreo 8.1 like the OnePlus 5/5T’s latest Open Beta, so the 3 and 3T are still on Oreo 8.0. Let’s get into the changes. Starting with the Phone app, the update brings an automatic answering gesture. When the phone rings, you can raise the handset towards your ear and the call will connect. Meanwhile, the Gallery App sees…

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Tesla temporarily paused Model 3 production in February

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Tesla temporarily halted production of the Model 3 in order to fix crucial bottlenecks in the assembly process. According to Bloomberg, the line at the company's Fremont plant was shut down between February 20th, through to the 24th. In a statement,…
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OnePlus 5T gets Android 8.1, February security patch, improved gesture navigation with Open Beta 4

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The latest Open Beta for the OnePlus 5T brings Android 8.1, the February security patch, and a handful of other updates. This comes just a day after the OnePlus 5 got an almost identical set of updates in its latest Open Beta.

Android 8.1 is the star of the changelog here, of course. But there are a few other notable updates included in Open Beta 4 for the OP5T:

Upgraded system to Android 8.1 Oreo

Phone

  • Added New auto pick up gesture – answer incoming call by raising the phone
  • Added global roaming solution

Gaming mode

  • Added new optimizations in gaming mode for immersive gaming experience including
  • notifications blocking, power saving and pausing adaptive brightness

System

  • Added more clock styles for ambient display
  • Optimized full screen gesture support (this is only for 5T)
  • Updated Android security patch to 2018-02

OnePlus Switch

  • Supported data migration for application backup

The optimized full-screen gesture support first appeared in the previous Open Beta build for the OP5T, which landed at the end of January.

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OnePlus 5 Open Beta 6 brings Android 8.1, February security patch, and more

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OnePlus 5 owners received a nice surprise today. Open Beta 6 has a fairly important change in tow; it brings the phone up to Android 8.1. Other changes are along for the ride, too, but the highlight is the base OS version bump.

As usual, I have the changelog:

Upgraded system to Android 8.1 Oreo

Phone

  • Added New auto pick up gesture – answer incoming call by raising the phone
  • Added global roaming solution

Gaming mode

  • Added new optimizations in gaming mode for immersive gaming experience including
  • notifications blocking, power saving and pausing adaptive brightness

System

  • Added more clock styles for ambient display
  • Optimized full screen gesture support (this is only for 5T)
  • Updated Android security patch to 2018-02

OnePlus Switch

  • Supported data migration for application backup

The highlight, being the update to 8.1, is obvious and already stated.

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February in Africa: Kenya’s ‘blockchain taskforce’ and Uber’s exodus

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Long seen as one of the fastest growing and most opportunity-laden markets on the continent, Nigeria’s ecommerce space had a challenging February. One of the country’s flagship ecommerce ventures, Konga, which raised substantial backing from the likes of multinational conglomerate Naspers and was once seen as the major competitor to market leader Jumia, was acquired by Zinox for far less money than it had raised. Konga is now set to be merged with another Zinox portfolio company — Yudala. Meanwhile, Naspers was also at the heart of another piece of bad news for the Nigerian ecommerce space as it scales…

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Top 10 iOS Apps of February 2018!

We’ve compiled a top 10 list of our favorite iOS apps to hit the App Store in February 2018. The apps highlighted in this video include Wehe, Calzy 3 Calculator, Glitch Dash, Thunderly, Doctors Report Illness Tracker, Make 10, Sketch, Moleskine Actions, Mubert, and Jump Jam. Which app is your favorite?

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Five iOS Apps Worth Checking Out – February 2018

Over on our YouTube channel, we’re continuing on with our new monthly series that highlights new, interesting, and useful apps that we think are worth checking out.

Because there are so many apps available on the iOS App Store, it can be hard to find new content, and it’s also easy to overlook great older apps. Our app lists are designed to include apps — both new and old — that we personally recommend and have used over the course of the month.

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  • Hooked (Free) – Hooked is actually a book app that offers up short stories in a unique format — chat messages. Hooked stories are all presented as text message conversations, so it’s a little bit like you’re reading someone else’s chat history. With Hooked, you can read little bits at a time in moments when you have a free minute or two, and the stories are always engaging. Hooked is free to download with a free trial period, but unlimited access costs $14.99 per month.
  • App in the Air (Free) – Whether you’re a frequent or infrequent traveler, App in the Air is a useful app that serves up details like real time flight status, airport maps, security wait times, walk time to your gate, airline point tracking, and more. It works with more than 1,000 airlines around the world, and key information like gate changes and updates to flight status are delivered via SMS. The app is free, but there are premium features like real-time flight status updates that require a subscription, which is priced at $34.99 per year.
  • Timepage (Free) – Timepage is a calendar app from Moleskine, the company that makes those handy notebooks. Timepage combines data like events, maps, contacts, weather and more into a simple interface that’s easy to parse at a glance. There are monthly, weekly, and daily views, along with a heat map that lets you know when you’re busiest. Timepage is a free download, but only on a trial basis. A monthly subscription is priced at $1.99, or you can pay $11.99 for the year.
  • Confide (Free) – Confide is a private and secure messaging app that’s a great way to communicate with people when you want to keep your messages entirely private. Messages sent through Confide use end-to-end encryption and disappear after a set period of time, plus there’s screenshot protection so no one can snap an image of what you’ve written. Confide is a free download, but access to features like unlimited attachments and themes requires Confide Plus, priced at $29.99 for three months or $59.99 for a year.
  • Alto’s Odyssey ($4.99) – Alto’s Odyssey is the highly-anticipated sequel to popular 2015 game Alto’s Adventure. Like the original, Alto’s Odyssey is an endless runner with gorgeous graphics, but this time it takes place in the sand instead of the snow.

If you’re looking for great Mac apps that are worth downloading, make sure to check out our February list of essential apps for the Mac. And if you have favorite iOS apps, make sure to share them with us — we’ll be highlighting interesting, useful iOS apps on a monthly basis.

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Top 10 Android Apps of February 2018!

We’ve compiled a top 10 list of our favorite Android apps to hit the Play Store in February 2018. The apps highlighted in this video include Die With Me, Caster, Feedster, Lens Distortions, Just Slide, Cake Browser, and Nwsty. Which app is your favorite?

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The 5 best games that came out on mobile in February 2018

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It’s been a pretty good month for mobile gaming, but what have been the standout games that have landed on the App Store in February? Well, that’s what we’re going to find out in this here list.

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Five Great Apps for Your Mac – February 2018

Apps designed for the Mac often don’t receive as much attention as apps for iOS apps, which is why we’ve launched a monthly series that highlights various useful, fun, and interesting Mac apps that are worth checking out.

This month’s app selection, outlined both in the video and post below, includes apps with niche and broad appeal for taking notes, using Gmail, learning shortcuts, and more.

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  • Boxy ($5.99) – Designed for Mac users who use Inbox by Gmail, Boxy is a minimal email app for the Mac with a clean, simple interface that offers a rich feature set like smart replies, Markdown support, email snoozing, reminders, email bundling, email pinning, Google Calendar event parsing, useful archive search tools, and more. Boxy works with any Gmail email address and supports multiple accounts.
  • Sip ($9.99) – Sip is a bit of a niche app, but it’s useful for artists, designers, interior decorators, app developers, and other content creators who like to create and maintain color palettes. Sip lets you create and organize color palettes that can be accessed right in the menu bar of your Mac and shared to all of your favorite design apps like Photoshop, Xcode, Illustrator, Sketch, and more. Choosing colors from any source is as simple as a key press, and a color dock makes all of your palettes readily available.
  • Agenda (Free) – Agenda is a note taking app that’s a little bit unique because it’s date based, which makes it ideal for project planning. Agenda offers a timeline organizational system that makes it easy to keep track of your progress on a project, with an “On the Agenda” tool for surfacing things that need to be addressed right away.

    There’s a full text editor built in complete with styles and formatting, and notes can also be added to categories for even deeper organization. Agenda is a free download, but it will cost $24.99 per year to unlock premium features like creating calendar events, saving searches, and exporting in Markdown or HTML.

  • CheatSheet (Free) – CheatSheet is simple little app that’s designed to offer an overlay with a list of all the keyboard shortcuts that are available on your Mac. It’s customized to the current application that’s open, so if you’re running image editing app Pixelmator, for example, it’ll display all of the available Pixelmator keyboard shortcuts.
  • DeskApp for YouTube (Free) – DeskApp is another simple but useful app that’s designed to let you search for and watch YouTube videos from within the DeskApp app instead of through Safari, Chrome, or another browser. It allows for quick access to YouTube from the menu bar on your Mac, it supports multiple windows and tabs, and it has a clean, easy to use interface.

Do you have favorite must-have Mac apps that we haven’t highlighted yet? Let us know what they are in the comments and we might feature them in a future video.

Make sure to also check out our January list, which covered apps like Unclutter, Dropzone 3, Bartender 3, and Magnet.

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