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T-Mobile Galaxy S5 Receives Android Marshmallow OTA Update

The latest version of Android is currently making the rounds. People with Samsung's two-year-old flagship are waiting, and they won't be left out. Carriers are gradually pushing Marshmallow to that device.

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Google+ Web Preview Update Improves Mentions And Adds Polls

It seems that when Artem complains, things get done. Recently, our esteemed leader posted on his personal account about the mentions feature of Google+ and how awful he found it. Less than a fortnight later and Googler Luke Wroblewski has announced a new update for the Web Preview, which includes improvements to mentions, along with a new feature - polls.

What's New:

  • 79 bug fixes
  • 8 accessibility issues addressed
  • Ability to create polls
  • Ongoing improvements to +mentions (more coming)
  • About information always visible on Communities on small screens

Neither Artem nor I have the update yet, so the improved mentions cannot be tested, but they can't be worse than when Artem posted earlier this month.

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AT&T Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Finally Get Marshmallow

Owners of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge on America's #2 carrier are in for a new sweet treat. It would appear that AT&T has begun rolling out a Marshmallow update for both devices. In addition to the host of goodies provided by Google and Samsung, there are also some welcome omissions from the Death Star in terms of bloatware. The update removes Keeper, Facebook Messenger, and AT&T Live, and moves AT&T Mail and YP Mobile from the permanent install to "virtual" preload, meaning you should now be able to uninstall the apps if you so desire.

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Alarm.com Brings One-Touch Automation 'Scenes' To Android In Latest App Update

Alarm.com sounds like a website whose sole purpose is starting your day with a broken laptop. Turns out it's a home automation service. The site can manage your security alarm systems, locks, lights, thermostats, and garage doors. Using "scenes," it can manage multiples at once with a single button press.

With the latest update, this functionality has come to the Android app.

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Some Pixel C Owners Are Reporting Random Reboots After The May Over-The-Air Update

Google's commitment to Android in the form of monthly updates for its own branded hardware is pretty great... until it's not. That's the case with the May security and stability update for the top-of-the-line Pixel C tablet, which has created some serious headaches for owners. Some (but by no means all) owners of the Pixel C are reporting more or less random reboots of the tablet, usually occurring every five to thirty minutes when the Pixel C is off its charger.

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Google Now On Tap Is Rolling Out For The Portuguese Locale [Updated]

Dear international Android Police readers: thank you. Our staff is relatively small, so we can only be on the ground (so to speak) in a handful of countries... most of which are the US. So when a bunch of you from one particular place start telling us that something big is happening, we listen. The latest one is Google Now On Tap, the contextual screen-based search tool, which appears to be rolling out in Brazil right now. If you're in the country (and happen to be running Android M), give it a shot.

Update: Turns out Google Now on Tap is now enabled for the Portuguese locale rather than specific countries.

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Snapchat Android App Update Introduces One-Handed Zooming

There comes a moment when you're making a recording where you wish you could zoom in. Well, you can, and now Snapchat has made that something that only requires one hand.

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Google Updates Design Spec With New Recommendations On Motion & Growth

Google, following through on its promise that the material design spec is a "living document," has updated its design guidelines and suggestions again, this time adding more guidance on motion design, along with new sections for growth & communications and expanding panels.

First up, let's look at what's new in motion - Google has given motion design a more comprehensive section, outlining the principles of motion in material design. The section explains that material motion is responsive, natural, aware, and intentional. Transitions should be quick, clear, and cohesive.

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After that brief primer, the motion section goes on to detail - at length - everything from duration and easing to transforming pieces of material and thinking about custom motion patterns that fit in with the material world.

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ZenFone 2 Laser Gets Android Marshmallow Update, Loses A Bunch Of Pre-Loaded Apps

The ZenFone 2 was one of the best budget phones to launch last summer, and the Laser variant (named after a laser auto-focus module) was a good follow-up. Now the latter is getting its Android 6.0 update, WW_13.10.6.16_M3.6.44.

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Evernote App Gains New Ways To Scan And Edit Documents

Evernote is a place for storing notes, and not just the ones you've typed up. You're welcome to scan documents and upload them to the service. Alternatively, you can whip out your phone, open the app, and take a picture.

With the latest update, Evernote has enhanced the photo-capturing experience.

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