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Google is testing a new cardless Discover interface

Google is testing a new cardless Discover interface

Google is always tweaking its Discover feed ever so slightly to fit your taste even better, but sometimes, the company is also willing to make big changes. It looks like it's currently testing a brand-new look for Discover that does away with the signature card interface, and it's adding a share button while it's at it.

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OnePlus finally gave up on the Shelf, OnePlus 8 launcher switches to Google Discover

OnePlus finally gave up on the Shelf, OnePlus 8 launcher switches to Google Discover

While most other manufacturers have integrated the Google Discover feed into their home screen launchers, OnePlus has largely pushed back against it. Instead, the left-most page was reserved for the 'OnePlus Shelf,' a customizable panel with quick shortcuts and various widgets. However, OnePlus is saying goodbye to the Shelf with the OP8 series.

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T-Mobile is adding bloatware next to the Google Discover feed on its REVVLRY phones

T-Mobile is adding bloatware next to the Google Discover feed on its REVVLRY phones

While the amount of bloatware has generally shrunken in recent years, you can almost be certain that you'll still find more pre-installed software on carrier-issued phones than on their international or unlocked pendants. The same is true for T-Mobile's REVVLRY phones, available for purchase starting today. A Play Store listing of a "T-Mobile Play" app has surfaced that adds an additional tab on these phone's Google Discover feed sitting next to the leftmost homescreen.

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Nova Launcher 6.1 beta brings dark mode to the Discover feed and numeric notification dots [APK Download]

Nova Launcher 6.1 beta brings dark mode to the Discover feed and numeric notification dots [APK Download]

Nova Launcher, the most popular third-party launcher on Android, keeps getting better with time by adopting features similar to Google's Pixel Launcher and improving on them in meaningful ways. In version 6.1 beta of Nova, which was just released, two changes further prove this: dark mode for the Discover feed and numeric Oreo-like notification dots.

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