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Nest Wifi routers can now prioritize video conferencing as well as gaming traffic

Nest Wifi routers can now prioritize video conferencing as well as gaming traffic

Google's routers are already packed with intelligent features like network stats, manual device prioritization, Wi-Fi pause options, or device grouping — not to mention the integrated smart speaker in the Nest Wifi. To further improve on these options, Google has decided to add the ability to automatically prioritize certain traffic via the Home app, such as video conferencing or gaming.

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Spotify finally lets you edit playlist details and artworks on Android

Spotify finally lets you edit playlist details and artworks on Android

When Spotify isn't busy adding things no one asked for, such as Instagram-like stories or exclusive podcasts, the company sometimes improves existing features. It looks like revamped playlist editing for Android is up next. A few people on the Spotify subreddit report that they can now tweak their playlists' cover arts and subtitles on top of being able to change the title and song order.

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AutoVoice Assistant Action is back for all supported languages

AutoVoice Assistant Action is back for all supported languages

Google has taken down the Assistant-integrated AutoVoice Action again, for the second time in a year. This time, the company claims the action "promotes content that advocates hate or violence or promotes discrimination," apparently because someone in Germany stringed together a clearly custom command that made the Assistant spout off some hate speech.

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Spotify is publicly testing its own version of Stories

Spotify is publicly testing its own version of Stories

It looks like Spotify didn't want to be left out in the cold when Twitter introduced its Snapchat stories clone Fleets. The music streaming service has started publicly testing its own version of stories, an exclusive way for artists and companies to connect with their audience.

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Google Fit removes advanced weight training tracking on Wear OS

Google Fit removes advanced weight training tracking on Wear OS

Google Fit doesn't receive as much attention as it should, but Google gave it a massive redesign earlier this month. The update improved sleep tracking and changed the interface to better match Google's other applications, but it seems there was at least one feature lost in the transition: advanced weight training tracking.

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Google Photos introduces new doodle-y collage designs for showing off your pics

Google Photos introduces new doodle-y collage designs for showing off your pics

Google Photos is full of great memories constantly resurfacing in the Instagram Stories-like Recent Highlights that show up in the carousel at the top of your photos. The company has decided to tweak the collages consisting of multiple pictures that show up there with doodled backgrounds, making them more shareable on social media without further effort on your part.

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29 temporarily free and 206 on-sale apps and games for Black Friday

29 temporarily free and 206 on-sale apps and games for Black Friday

Welcome to our Black Friday Play Store sales roundup, everyone. As expected, there are a boatload of apps and game sales available today, primarily premium apps/games, and yes, there are a bunch of noteworthy titles in the list. Of course, Wednesday's sales roundup also had a ton of noteworthy sales, so make sure to also give that a look if you're doing a deep dive for the best deals. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold green text in order to make discovery easier. So without further ado, here are 29 temporarily free and a whopping 206 on-sale apps and games for Black Friday 2020.

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Twitch finally supports any two-factor authentication app

Twitch finally supports any two-factor authentication app

Twitch has supported two-factor authentication for a long time, but the company went out of its way to make it as inconvenient as possible. You were either limited to insecure SMS messages or had to use Authy and its proprietary 2FA API. Thankfully, Twitch has announced that it's launching support for any 2FA authentication apps, like any web service should. The streaming service even entices you with six exclusive emotes.

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The Samsung Galaxy S21 might support biometric Bixby voice unlock

The Samsung Galaxy S21 might support biometric Bixby voice unlock

The Samsung Galaxy S21 shouldn't be too far out if previous generations are any indications. As such, more and more details about the series consisting of three phones are surfacing — our own Max Weinbach was one of the first revealing tons of specs. Now SamMobile has come forward with additional information on the software. Its sources claim that the Galaxy S21 will come with biometric voice unlock powered by Bixby.

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Google Opinion Rewards is now available in Thailand

Google Opinion Rewards is now available in Thailand

Google Opinion Rewards is a great tool for earning some extra money you can spend on the Play Store, potentially financing almost any app you could ever want to purchase or your subscription needs. And now, Android users in Thailand can also finally take advantage of it, seven years after the app became available in the US.

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