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Arlo camera app catches up to Nest with animated video notifications

Arlo camera app catches up to Nest with animated video notifications

If you're a fan of Arlo's line of smart home camera equipment, you've probably been waiting for a few of its features to catch up to the likes of Nest. Today one of them does, at least if you're a subscriber to the Arlo Smart premium package. With the latest app update, you can see animated video previews in the notification for Arlo cameras and video doorbells.

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Firefox 88 says goodbye to FTP

Firefox 88 says goodbye to FTP

Firefox is the last remaining browser with its own rendering engine, giving it an important role in keeping the internet open and standardized. Following the release of a completely rewritten and redesigned version of the browser on Android, Mozilla has been sticking to regular release schedules over the last year, and that's not changing with the latest version, Firefox 88, either. The new release is now rolling out via the Play Store, but you can also get it from APK Mirror straight away.

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Google's Action Blocks update lets you move your Assistant widgets between phones

Google's Action Blocks update lets you move your Assistant widgets between phones

Action Blocks is a small, interesting tool to help build some manual controls for Google Assistant functions. If you've been making heavy use of it for the last few months, we have good news: your created actions and other data now back up to Google Drive, along with the other data on your phone. The change was announced in the latest app update, and appears to be active now.

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Grammarly Keyboard's new Tone Detector knows when you're being a sarcastic jackass

Grammarly Keyboard's new Tone Detector knows when you're being a sarcastic jackass

For a lot of writers Grammarly is an invaluable tool to help nail grammar, punctuation, and the many other pitfalls that English throws your way. There's no full-featured version for mobile, but the Grammarly Keyboard comes pretty close. It now has another feature from the desktop version: Tone Detector, which helps you send the right message at the right time. Or alternately, helps curb your less savory texting habits.

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Update your Shield's Plex Media Server app through the Play Store to get it working again

Update your Shield's Plex Media Server app through the Play Store to get it working again

One of the NVIDIA SHIELD's most impressive capabilities is running a Plex media server, something that isn't usually possible on a streaming set-top box. But some users have had issues with it for the last couple of months, complaining that a lack of updates has broken their home-built video streaming server. There's a straightforward solution: update the Plex server app on the Play Store, since the server won't update itself automatically.

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Google Maps dark theme is finally rolling out, more than a year after it was first teased

Google Maps dark theme is finally rolling out, more than a year after it was first teased

Google has been teasing a dark theme for Maps for over a year now, and it even briefly rolled out to a few people, but it was never properly formalized or acknowledged officially. That changed last month when Google finally announced that dark mode is coming, and now, it's starting to roll out more widely.

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Scheduling texts in Google Messages is officially rolling out for everyone

Scheduling texts in Google Messages is officially rolling out for everyone

You can already schedule messages in Gmail and Telegram (among others), and now Google Messages is joining the club. The functionality showed up for a few people as part of an a/b test back in November 2020, and today, Google has announced that the feature will come to everyone using Messages on Android 7 and higher. The option replaces the long-press shortcut for sending an MMS with a subject.

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Telegram Beta gets widgets and QR codes for joining groups

Telegram Beta gets widgets and QR codes for joining groups

Telegram only recently gained huge momentum thanks to people switching from WhatsApp due to the upcoming new terms of service, but the company isn't resting on its laurels. TestingCatalog took an extensive look at the latest Telegram Beta, version 7.5, and found quite a few forthcoming changes: The update introduces widgets, QR codes for joining groups, and options for reporting content.

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