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Duo v16 adds new notification types and Notification Channels on Android O, tweaks UI for Audio/Video toggle [APK Download]

While Allo's new web client scored most of the headlines this week, its sister app Duo wasn't to be left out in the cold. A new update to the video chat app is out with a few changes of its own. Notifications are a significant part of this release with a new toggle in settings for all users and full support for Notification Channels on Android O. And for some users, there are a few tweaks to the UI of the Audio/Video selector and contact list.

What's New

Unofficial Changelog: (the stuff we found)

  • New notification type for "special events & topics"
  • Custom notification channels (Android O)
  • Audio/Video toggle moved down to the calling window and icons in the contact list match the current setting

Special events & topics

If you haven't really had a sense of when to use Duo, you can always let the app itself tell you.

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[Update: Only $328.99 at Target] Deal Alert: Get a Google Wifi 3-pack and Home together for just $358 ($70 off) on the Google Store

Looking to put your older home into the 21st century? The Google Store has just the deal for you - while supplies last, you can pick up a Google Wifi 3-pack and a Google Home for just $358 total, a full $70 off their normal prices.

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Google Inbox now has an 'All inboxes' view

Google's Inbox app is a pretty great email client, but it has always lacked something that many mobile and desktop email applications have - a merged inbox view. You always had to check each account separately, which can take at least two taps to switch between. Thankfully, Google has finally added an 'All inboxes' view to the app.

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Google I/O 2017 app's source code released on GitHub to demonstrate the newest, best practices for Android devs

Every year for the past few years, Google releases an app for I/O attendees. Then, a few months afterwards, the company uploads the app's source code to GitHub. This year's I/O app was aptly named "Google I/O 2017," and now, if you're an Android developer, you can go through its source code to see what new techniques you can implement into your own app(s).

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Google rolling out auto-playing video previews in Search

No one likes auto-playing video, but auto-playing previews can be helpful in certain cases. Last month, Google began testing autoplaying videos for select searches (like movie trailers). Now the company is rolling out video previews more widely on its mobile Search.

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Kick off the weekend with 24 temporarily free and 48 on-sale apps

Happy Friday, everyone! The weekend is nigh upon us, which means that it's time for me to give you the final app sales list for the week. There's a few goodies below (in bold), plus the huge Telltale Games sale. And before you go, be sure to head back to Wednesday's post, too.

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YouTube feed now has "Breaking News" section across all platforms for many

Most of YouTube's server-side rollouts are fairly limited, but this latest one seems to be pretty widespread. There's a new "Breaking News" section within the YouTube feed that has appeared for many, and it's exactly what you'd expect - a collection of videos pertaining to breaking news around the world.

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Instant Apps now rolled out to 500 million Android devices

Instant Apps were first announced over a year ago at Google I/O 2016. Put simply, when tapping on search results from a supported site, a minimal version of the site's app would quickly install and immediately display the content. For example, tapping on a Vimeo link would open the Vimeo app and the video would start playing.

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Google Assistant is rolling out in Brazil with Brazilian-Portuguese

Google Assistant may be over a year old now, but it still only supports a select number of languages in a few countries. Back in May at Google I/O, it was announced that Assistant would support four more languages, including Brazilian-Portuguese, by the end of the summer. Lo and behold, Google Assistant in a Brazilian-Portuguese flavor is now available in Brazil.

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Google shows how easily image watermarks can be removed by AI, and how to combat this

Watermarks are the most common way to prevent images from being used without licensing, but they're not nearly as potent as you'd imagine. Research at Google recently published a paper called "On the Effectiveness of Visual Watermarks" regarding how easily watermarks can be removed, and how this can be prevented.

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