Gmail Go for low-end devices arrives on Google Play

Google keeps releasing versions of its apps taileored for smartphones with less than 1 GB of RAM. After YouTube, Gboard and Google Assistant, now Gmail also gets a Go version. The app is available on Google Play, but can be downloaded in a limited set of countries and only by devices running Android 8.1 Oreo. There is also an link shared by APKMirror if you want to try and side-load it. Gmail Go screenshots Gmail Go does almost everything the regular mail app can. It uses less RAM and loads images on demand. When combined with Gboard Go, for example, the data… – Latest articles

Motorola Moto G4 Play on Verizon gets Nougat update

After the international model last month, the Verizon variant of the Motorola Moto G4 Play has also started getting the Nougat update. The update arrives as version NPI26.48-38 and bumps the Android security patch to December level. Aside from the usual Nougat goodies, the update – which weighs in at around 1GB – also includes fix for the KRACK vulnerability. If you haven’t received the update notification yet, be patient, as OTA roll outs usually happen in phases. Source | Via – Latest articles

Telegram X just disappeared from the Play Store

Last month, Telegram launched a new client for Android and iOS, named ‘Telegram X.’ It’s an experimental app based on ‘Challegram’ (which Telegram previously acquired), designed to be faster and smoother than the main app. But now, for reasons unknown, it has vanished from the Play Store.

It’s unclear why the app is now missing from the Play Store, but the iOS version remains live on the Apple App Store.

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How to play anything on your HomePod, including vinyl records, with Airfoil and a Mac

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Apple’s HomePod may be limited in connectivity, but thanks to its support for the legacy AirPlay standard, it’s possible to connect basically anything you want to it over Wi-Fi. One of the best ways to do this is with the Airfoil app, available from longtime Mac developer Rogue Amoeba.
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