For a limited time, Sprint is offering a 5th line of unlimited data to families on an Unlimited Freedom plan. Specifically, this promotion is for those who are new customers that activate four lines via Unlimited Freedom, then receive the fifth line free of charge. (more…)
AT&T’s first 5G Evolution market goes live today and can be taken advantage of by owners of the Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+. If you are in Austin, TX, you’ll find connection to this next-level network in “select areas” right now. Time to go hunting!
In related news, AT&T also announced that they plan to light up over 20 “major metro areas” by the end of 2017 with similar 5G Evolution speeds. They haven’t posted a full list of those, but areas in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Indianapolis (this summer), Los Angeles, Nashville, and San Francisco will get the love. (more…)
Spotify announced this morning that it is ready to bring its “Behind the Lyrics” feature on over to Android for the first time since introducing it to iOS users over a year ago. The feature is a collaboration with Genius, the former rap lyric site turned musical storyteller, where Spotify hopes to make your listening experience a knowledge hub about your favorite artists. (more…)
As many of us graduate from our current phone to a Galaxy S8 or S8+, I will once again suggest you consider buying one of the cheap magnetic air vent car mounts you’ll find on Amazon. These little guys only cost a few bucks, yet they allow you to mount your phone without a ridiculous dashboard vise grip kit. All you have to do is slap one of these in an air vent and then attach your Galaxy S8 (or other phone) on the thing and it’ll stick. (more…)
After Samsung killed the original Bixby remap method, developers have been busy trying to figure out another work-around for your Galaxy S8 or S8+. Over the weekend, a bunch of apps surfaced that were indeed a work-around, though we’re not sure we would put a full recommendation behind any. I say that because most just seem to be apps that launch Bixby in order to call up another action, like Assistant or another app or your camera. And maybe that’s all you need! Either way, here are a few we did some short tests with. (more…)