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Android N Dev Preview 3 Comes With Four New Wallpapers [Download]

The third developer preview of Android N is now in the wild, and there are lots of interesting tweaks to see. Just for fun, Google threw in four new wallpapers along with the standard pink sky image that came with the last two. We've got them all ready for download below.

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Google Image Search On Mobile Now Allows You To Star Images And Organize Them Into Collections

When you need to find an image, you probably head straight to Google image search. And if you need to find that image again... you probably do the search again. Well, maybe not anymore. Google has added the ability to "star" images and organize them for easy access later.

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Google Docs, Sheets, And Slides Can Now Import TIFF And CMYK-Formatted Images

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Imgur App Gets A Huge Update To v2.0 With Fully Native Design, Better Uploads, And More [APK Download]

It has become accepted fact that Imgur is the best way to host images on the internet. Stop it with that Photobucket nonsense already. The official Imgur Android app has existed for a while, but it wasn't an ideal experience. Now with today's v2.0 update, it should be much better.

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[Android Wear 5.0.1 Feature Spotlight] Image Search Surfaces Results Directly On Your Watch

Ok Google, Show me images of Chris Hemsworth. Awwww, that's what I'm talking about! *Clears throat*. Oh hi, I didn't see you there. Come in. We're serving some cool images right to your wrist in the form of Google Image searches on Android Wear. Want some? You'll need the latest Wear update (I don't recall this working before and neither does our tipster - correct us if we're wrong) and you should initiate an image search by asking Google to "show images of [subject]" or "show photos of [subject]."

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Very inception. Much round. Wow.

What you'll get back is a series of thumbnail images displayed on your watch.

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QuickPic Gets A Serving Of Material Elements In Its Latest Update

Back when I was using CyanogenMod on my Galaxy S3 and when Google didn't have a decent Gallery alternative, QuickPic was my go-to replacement photo browser. It was fast at combing through thousands of images and had a clean and clear interface that made it easy to get to the photos you wanted to view. Even though I personally have less reasons to use QuickPic now, many users are still hooked on its lightness, speed, and simplicity. For those millions of QuickPic lovers, the app just pushed an update to v3.9 that brings some Material elements.

But don't get your hopes up just yet.

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The Nexus Player (Fugu) Initial Android 5.0 Factory Image And Binaries Are Ready To Download Now

Look, we know most of you are probably more eager to see Lollipop software images for devices that you actually have instead of the ones that have just been released. But Google seems to be taking its sweet time with those, so in the meantime, we've got the software image and binary drivers for the Nexus Player. That's nice, right? Hello? Anyone reading this?

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Actually, the software for the Nexus Player will be very important for the future of Google's Android TV platform - this is the showcase device for the next generation of Google-powered set-top boxes, for better or worse.

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Now That Zoe 1.0 Has Gone Live In The Play Store, Look For HTC To Spread It To More Devices

During its Double Exposure event yesterday, HTC announced that it was bringing Zoe out of beta and expanding it to all Android devices running Android 4.3 or higher. It also intends to bring the service to the iPhone later this fall. The company clearly has large plans for something that began as a camera perk exclusively available on a small number of its devices. Zoe has become a social network, and HTC wants as many people to use it as possible.

Zoe began as the ability to take a series of photos in rapid succession and string them together into short videos that resembled animated GIFs.

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Tired Of People Swiping Through Your Photos Without Permission? Check Out Focus

We've all dealt with it before: you hand someone your phone to show them a photo, and the jackass swipes forward and/or backward to look at your other photos. That's a huge no-no, but unfortunately there are still people out there who didn't get the memo (or are just too damn rude to care). Fortunately, there's a way to keep this scenario from happening ever again.

It's a simple app called Focus, and it basically puts other photos under a PIN code, so when someone tries to swipe left or right, they're greeted with this message:

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There are two versions of Focus: an ad-supported, free variant; and a paid version that costs a dollar.

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More Galaxy Tab S Images Leak Out In Their High-Res Glory Ahead Of Samsung's Upcoming Event, Show Off Some Features

Samsung is all set to unveil a new set of Galaxy Tab S AMOLED tablets at its Galaxy Premiere event on June 12th, but more images have already leaked ahead of the big Madison Square Gardens unveiling. These photos, which come to us courtesy of SamMobile, again show that the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 will look like a Galaxy S5 that's been flattened out to a larger size. The button placement, the shape of the camera, and the perforated texture on the back all look familiar.

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The tablet will be both thin and light, coming in at 6mm and 465g.

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