A comprehensive list of Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 and 3.0-compatible mobile devices [Update]

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QC 3.0Back in September, Qualcomm announced that devices armed with their new generation of processors – flag-shipped by the Snapdragon 820 – would be capable of even faster and more efficient charging speeds with Quick Charge 3.0. After the announcement, Rita wrote a great summary of the advantages of QC 3.0 over QC 2.0 that you can read if you want specific details about the upgraded charging standard.

Fast forward seven months and the first QC 3.0 Android devices are finally starting to trickle out to consumers.

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List of Macs Supporting eGPUs on macOS 10.13.4 High Sierra

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With the release of macOS 10.13.4, Apple has officially added native support for eGPU to the OS. If you are a regular user, this is not going to mean much to you but for developers, this is a particularly big deal as it will allow them to use a more powerful GPU with their existing Macs. Continue reading
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Pokémon Go: Complete list of Shiny Pokémon as of March 2018

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How do you catch Shiny versions of Lugia, Magikarp, Gyarados, Pikachu, Sableye, Shuppet, Duskull, Mawile, Absol, and Snorunt in Pokémon Go? Here’s your guide!

First introduced as part of the Water Festival Event, with Magikarp and Gyarados, Shiny Pokemon in Pokemon Go have grown to include the Pikachu family, and now the Gen 3 Ghosts and select Raid Bosses, among others. Here’s the complete list of shiny Pokémon as of right now, and how you can catch ’em all!

Which Shiny Pokémon are currently available in Pokémon Go?

As of March 2018:

  1. Shiny Magikarp
  2. Shiny Gyarados
  3. Shiny Pichu
  4. Shiny Pikachu
  5. Shiny Raichu
  6. Shiny Sableye
  7. Shiny Shuppet
  8. Shiny Banette
  9. Shiny Duskull
  10. Shiny Dusklops
  11. Shiny Mawile (Raid only)
  12. Shiny Absol (Raid only)
  13. Shiny Snorunt
  14. Shiny Glalie
  15. Shiny Aron
  16. Shiny Lairon
  17. Shiny Aggron
  18. Shiny Swablu
  19. Shiny Altaria
  20. Shiny Luvdisc
  21. Shiny Poochyena
  22. Shiny Mightyena
  23. Shiny Dratini
  24. Shiny Dragonair
  25. Shiny Dragonite
  26. Shiny Lugia (Raid only)
  27. Shiny Magby (Egg only)
  28. Shiny Magmar
  29. Shiny Togepi (Egg only)
  30. Shiny Togetic
  31. Shiny Wynaut (Egg only)
  32. Shiny Wobbuffet
  33. Shiny Bulbasaur
  34. Shiny Ivysaur
  35. Shiny Venusaur

March 23, 2018: Shiny Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, and Venusaur added in time for Community Day

With the third Pokémon Go Community Day comes the third family of Community Day Shinies.

  1. Shiny Bulbasaur
  2. Shiny Ivysaur
  3. Shiny Venusaur

Are Shiny Pokémon in Pokémon Go official?

They are now! From Pokémon Go:

Trainers across the globe have reported sightings of golden Magikarp in the wild. These Shiny Magikarp are extremely rare, so pay close attention to the Magikarp you encounter while you’re out exploring the world to make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to catch one!

And what are Shiny Pokémon exactly?

Simply put, color variants.

From Bulbapedia:

A Shiny Pokémon (Japanese: 光るポケモン Shiny Pokémon), previously officially known as alternate coloration or rare coloration (Japanese: 色違い differently colored), and called Color Pokémon in Pokémon Stadium 2, is a specific Pokémon with different coloration to what is usual for its species. It is one of the many differences that a Pokémon can have within its species.

The term “Shiny Pokémon” was first created by fans to refer to the sparkling sound effect and animation made at the start of an encounter with one in the games. Eventually, this term fell into official usage in Generation IV, used on promotional material promoting Shiny event Pokémon. The term Shiny Pokémon was first used in-game in Pokémon Black and White in Nimbasa City.

There’s only one color variant per Pokémon. Some variants are obvious, like Shiny Gyarados is red instead of blue. Others are more subtle.

What about Zapdos, isn’t it Shiny?

No. Strangely, Pokémon Go is using the Shiny model for Zapdos to represent all Zapdos. So, while it looks Shiny, it’s only counted as the regular version.

Madness.

What are the odds of finding a Shiny Pokémon in Pokémon Go?

No one knows. In the original Pokémon Games, Shiny are extremely rate. One in thousands. 1/4069. It’s unclear.

n Pokémon Go, it might turn out to be more like Evolution Items, which is roughly 1/300. But that’s the thing about random chances — some people have gotten them right away, others after a 100 or so, other still nothing after 500+.

There’s no guarantee. It’s a dice roll every time. All you can do is keep catching until you get one.

Any chance you’ve already caught Shiny Pokémon and they’ll all suddenly be revealed?

There was some hope that Shiny was an attribute that, upon release, would suddenly light up existing Pokémon you’d already caught. For example, that Pokémon with perfect stats (100% IV) would suddenly be revealed as Shiny.

No such luck.

To have a Shiny you have to catch a Shiny post-release. No retroactive Shiny status has been conferred.

Can you hatch Shiny Pokémon in Pokémon Go?

Yes! Shiny Pichu has been hatched from an egg. The Gen 3 Ghosts as well.

And you can catch them, right? With Incense and Lures too?

Sure can, and absolutely with Incense and Lures!

Any Pokémon with a shiny form in the game can turn out to be Shiny when you encounter it, whether it’s in the wild, from a Lure at a PokéStop, or attracted by Incense.

In other words, Lure and Incense away!

Do Shiny Pokémon show up on Nearby or Sightings?

No, sadly. Pokémon will always show up on Nearby if it’s attached to a PokéStop, or Sightings if it’s not, but it’ll look totally normal.

It’s only revealed as a Shiny when you tap on it and go to the catch screen. So, if you see a normal Magikarp or Pikachu on Nearby or Sightings, don’t discount it — once you tap on it, it could be a Shiny.

Are Shiny Pokémon Shiny for everyone?

Nope. With Ditto, once a Pokémon is determined to be Ditto, the servers make it Ditto for everyone. With Shiny, it’s done on a player-by-player basis.

That means you and a friend can both catch the same Magikarp, yours could turn out to be Shiny, and theirs… not.

Basically, where Ditto seems global, Shiny seems to be on a case-by-case basis.

But once you catch a Shiny Pokémon, you can still show it off in a Gym?

Yes, once you catch a Shiny, it will show as Shiny, including in Gyms. So, go ahead, make everyone jealous!

Will Shiny Pokémon show up in the Pokédex?

They will! Not as separate entries, though, but as a new badge on the main entries, same as genders do. You’ll need to make sure you’re running the latest version of Pokémon Go, then:

  1. Tap the Menu button (looks like a Poké Ball), button right.
  2. Tap Pokédex, top middle.
  3. Tap on the Pokémon you want to check. (Only Magikarp and Gyarados for now.)
  4. Look for the Shiny badge.

Of course, the Shiny badge will only show up once you’ve caught a Shiny version of that Pokémon. So, if you don’t see it, go catch one!

Do Shiny Pokémon have perfect stats (IV)? Special movesets? Magic powers?

Nope. Shiny Pokémon have the same stats (IV) as non-Shiny variants. Which is to say, a range. You can catch a perfect Shiny Magikarp, but you can also catch a not-so-great one.

They also have no special movesets or powers of any kind. Aside from looking AWESOME on Gyms.

If you evolve Shiny Pokémon do you get it’s Shiny evolution?

Totally. Shiny status, like festive hat status, stays with a Pokémon during evolution. If you get a Shiny Magikarp and decide to hit the Evolution button, you’ll end up with a Shiny Gyarados. Same with Shiny Pichu or Shiny Pikachu — that’s how you get Shiny Raichu.

If you catch a shiny Magikarp, can it turn into a Shiny Ditto?

It can turn into Ditto but not a Shiny Ditto. Which is as horrifying as it sounds.

Magikarp are one of the 7 Pokémon species that can currently be revealed as Ditto in Pokémon Go. Every time you catch a Magikarp, there’s a chance it’ll morph into Ditto — including a Shiny Magikarp.

Since there’s no Shiny Ditto in the game yet, that means you could finally catch your Shiny Magikarp only to watch in horror as it morphs into a regular old Ditto right before your eyes.

Yeah. Ugh.

Can your transfer Shiny Pokémon back to the professor? Can you do it by accident? (Terror!)

You can transfer Shiny Pokémon, but Pokémon Go will treat them as though they’re automatically favorited.

So, if you try to choose a Shiny Pokémon as part of a bulk transfer, you’ll be prevented from doing so. If you try to transfer a Shiny Pokémon separately, you’ll get a warning.

Safety first!

When are more Shiny Pokémon coming to Pokémon Go?

When Pokémon Go announces them!

OK, fine, just tell me how to catch ’em all!

First, you have to find as many Pokémon as you can. That means finding spawns or nests where those types of Pokémon are commen. Then catch, catch, catch away.

Same for eggs. Collect as many as you can. Walk as much as you can. And hatch, hatch hatch.

For the Raid Pokémon, the story is the same. Find the Raids. Beat the Raid Boss. Hope the one you get is Shiny.

And, if you have a chance to catch a Shiny, remember:

  1. ABC. Always be curving. Once you can nail Curve Ball every time, you’ll get a 1.7x bonus every time.
  2. Max out your medals. Some are easier to get than others but they consume no resources like Great or Ultra Balls or Razz Berries, so once you get them, that 1.1x to 1.3x is automatically applied each time.
  3. Consistency counts. Aim for the smallest target you can nail every time. If that’s Nice, it’s nice. If that’s Great or Excellent, even nicer. But better the bonus you get then one you miss, and that extra 1.3 to 2x also doesn’t consume resources and can make a difference.
  4. Razz for real. Use Razz Berries when you need to. Unlike Great or Ultra Balls, you can’t miss with a Razz Berry and its 1.5x bonus will last until you hit. For the new Golden Razz Berries, it’s 2.5x!
  5. Bump them Balls. Use Great and Ultra Balls to maximize your odds. You get an extra 1.5x for a Great Ball and 2x for an Ultra Ball so use them to get those super rare or hard to catch Pokémon.

For a complete explanation and many more details:

How to catch tough Pokémon in Pokémon Go

Any Shiny Pokémon questions?

If you have any questions about Shiny Pokémon, drop them in the comments below!

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Instant Apps break PackageManager list of installed apps on Android 8.0

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Google has been talking about Instant Apps for a few years now, but it only turned developers loose on the tools around the middle of last year. With Instant Apps gaining popularity, users have started to notice some strange behavior. In Android 8.0, Instant Apps appear to break the ability of the PackageManager to return a list of installed apps.

According to the Issue Tracker thread, Instant Apps interfere with the getInstalledPackages and getInstalledApplications commands.

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Apple climbs LinkedIn’s 2018 top companies to work list, sits in sixth place

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How to Share a List in Reminders on Your iPhone

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One of my favorite features of the Reminders app is the ability to share lists over iCloud. The Reminders app includes great features like the ability to add and remove members from a list, and even to remind list members to accomplish tasks when they’re at the correct location to do so. Once you get the hang of using Reminders to share your lists, you may just wonder what you ever did without this feature. Let’s get started learning how to use the Reminders app on your iPhone to share lists. 

Related: How to Set Reminders on Your iPhone & iPad

How to Share a List in Reminders on Your iPhone

Only the owner of the list can add and subtract people from the shared Reminders list.

  • Open the Reminders app.
  • Make a new list or open a list you’ve already made—for this example I’ve made a new list and tapped Done.

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  • Now tap Edit.
  • Next, tap Sharing.

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  • Tap on Add person.
  • You’ll see a field where you can type in a person’s icloud.com email account, other email address, or even their name, then tap the plus sign. 

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  • Once you’ve added all the people you want to include in your Reminders list, tap Done.
  • This will bring you back to the list, where you can tap Done to close out Sharing.

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The people you’ve invited to your list will need to accept the invitation to collaborate on your Reminder with you; until then it will say Pending under their name. 

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Best To-Do List & Note-Taking Apps for iPad & iPhone

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Using the right task-management app and note-taking app can make all the difference to your productivity. And the iPhone Notes app and Reminders app aren’t quite up to handling more than the basics. On the other hand, the App Store offers so many alternatives that it can be hard to know which of the options will end up being the right app for your particular needs, whether you’re looking for the best task-reminder app, the best Evernote alternative, the best checklist app, or the best iPad note-taking app. That’s why we assembled this list of our favorites and shared which functions each app does really well. There’s sure to be an app in this list that can meet your requirements!

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Evernote ($ 7.99/month for Premium) 

While Evernote has seen its fair share of controversy after hiking its prices and slashing features for free users, it’s still one of the most trusted note-taking apps. Not only does it do all the basics like allow you to create notes and lists and collaborate with friends, it also lets you scan documents, display notes as presentations, and easily transform business cards into phone contacts—a handy feature for networking. To really benefit from Evernote, we recommend paying for a Plus ($ 3.99/month) or Premium ($ 7.99/month) account. While a free Basic account lets you sync notes across two devices and upload 60 MB worth of new data per month, a Premium account permits you 10 GB worth of new uploads per month across an unlimited number of devices. Also keep in mind that creating presentations and scanning business cards is only available to Evernote Premium subscribers. 

Wunderlist (Free)

If you’re new to to-do list apps, Wunderlist is a great choice with its simple, straightforward offerings. This task manager app allows you to create lists, assign to-dos, and save webpages and articles that you’d like to revisit later. Best of all, you can share the lists you’ve created with friends and family and collaborate on them together (which is a perk when you’re co-hosting an event or working on a group project). The app seamlessly syncs your information across your devices, allowing you to access lists no matter where you are. While the app allows you to set reminders, sadly, it doesn’t offer location-based reminders at this time.

Bear (Free)

Apple’s Notes app gets the job done when you need to quickly jot down thoughts and ideas, but there’s no denying that it lacks quite a few key features that would make the experience much more enjoyable. Bear is a much more sophisticated alternative. It’s as basic and straightforward as Apple’s Notes app, but with a few extra features baked in that we know you’ll love. With Bear, you can write everything from to-do lists and notes to more complex projects like a novel or an essay. This note-taking app offers a variety of markup options, as well as the ability to include hashtags for easy sorting and links to websites or other notes you’ve written.

Any.do (Free)

This  task-manager app does it all, allowing you to create to-do lists, view upcoming events in a built-in calendar, set reminders, manage projects, and compose notes. You can set location-based reminders for yourself too. That means next time you are in the grocery store, the app will remind you to grab that jug of milk that you added to your shopping list a few days ago. Despite all its features though, this app is remarkably simple. To create a task, all you need to do is select Task and the app will provide a variety of prompts such as Call, Buy, Pay, etc. to help get you started. And when you create a note, not only can you add photos to your note, you can add videos and voice memos too!

Remember the Milk (Free)

One of the most annoying things about even the best reminder and to-do apps is the manner in which they remind you to complete your tasks. Most send you a simple notification, and that’s all good and fine, but in our experience, it’s all too easy to dismiss the reminder and go about our days, convinced that we’ll remember what we need to do, only to quickly forget. If you’re looking for a to-do app that’s a little more diligent, Remember the Milk is for you. Not only does it allow you to easily create lists, it will send you reminders via text, email, or even Twitter, so you’ll have no excuses. You can also prioritize to-dos, add tags, and search the app using keywords.

Microsoft OneNote (Free)

Few note-taking apps offer as many features for free as Microsoft OneNote. The task-manager app lets you create a collection of digital notebooks, making it easy to keep separate sections for work and personal projects. Once you create a note, you can type, draw, or attach a slew of other documents like audio files, spreadsheets, and PDFs that you can annotate. A favorite way that we’ve seen this app put to is for home renovations, helping take your idea from vision to reality. You can start by snapping a photo of a room and then creating a plan of attack by writing in dimensions and using color-coding to represent different materials you’ll need to complete the project.

GoodReader ($ 4.99)

If you’ve ever needed to sign a PDF while you are away from home, then you understand how frustrating it can be—especially if signing the document is an urgent matter. In just three steps, GoodReader allows you to sign your document, as well as make necessary edits. You can also use GoodReader to extract text, combine files, create ZIP archives, and listen to audio files. Although the iPhone’s Markup lets you make notes on PDF files as well, you won’t find the extensive list of features that GoodReader offers. You can easily view everything you need, from books and maps to movies and pictures. The app will even read your PDF and TXT files to you!

Noteshelf ($ 7.99)

If you love adding your own personal touch to notes, then this is the app for you. Noteshelf allows you to customize your notebook by providing a range of notebook cover options (i.e. stripes, leathers, florals, basic colors, etc.) and even allows you to select a paper template that suits your needs best. Want to create a planner or a log to keep track of all your freelance work? There’s a template for that! Noteshelf also provides one of the smoothest writing experiences on the iPad. You can take notes by hand (or type them out) and annotate PDFs and photos. You can also password protect notes, sync and share notes, and record lectures for later.

Google Keep (Free)

This sticky notes app is about as simple as it gets—which is exactly why we love it. Creating notes is simple and oddly satisfying, no pen and paper needed! The app does have the ability to transcribe handwritten notes if you prefer writing them out, although we have found this feature to be a little faulty for those with less-than-perfect penmanship. Once created, you can pin important notes to the top of your Notes page or search the app at whim by topic, color, and images. As expected, Google Keep works well with Google’s other services, meaning notes are automatically searchable within Google Drive.

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