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Cover promises to automatically hide NSFW content on your phone

It's possible that you have some inappropriate images on your phone, and it's also possible you will occasionally receive more of them. I'm not here to judge, but there's a new app that judges for you what is and is not NSFW. Cover automatically finds and segregates NSFW photos and videos on your device, even if you've forgotten they're saved. It can operate in the background to hide such items before they appear unexpectedly in other apps, too.

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Condoms, butts, and nipples: A first look at some of Google Allo's hilarious sticker packs

With Google Duo already released and working well, and rumors of Nougat coming on August 22nd, it's only a matter of time before we have Google's Assistant and its messaging app Allo in our hands.

In the meantime, what we have here is an early look at one of Allo's features: sticker packs. From the screenshots, it looks like Allo will come with 3 packs installed by default and others can be added later.

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There are 24 additional packs available in different styles and from different designers. As far as we can tell, there doesn't seem to be a way to add your own sticker packs from a URL or a Zip file, but that may or may not change in the future.

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[NSFW] Pornhub Announces Pornhub Premium, An Ad-Free Subscription Service With Android, Roku, And Virtual Reality Apps On The Way

You know that website, that one you've never visited or heard of? It's called Porn...place? Porn...hut? Wait, no, it's Pornhub. Yeah, that place your friend visits sometimes. Well, tell your friend that Pornhub is launching a new subscription service that they promise will make them the "Netflix of porn."

Pornhub Premium logo (PRNewsFoto/Pornhub)Pornhub Premium will cost you $9.99/month and give access to some member-exclusive videos, an ad-free interface, and Android and Roku apps when they come out in the near future. By early 2016, they say, support for virtual reality devices will be ready to go for subscribers as well. Platform support will surely be limited by various content restrictions, but there shouldn't be any problems getting the app installed on Android devices once it comes out.

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Nerd3 Goes On An Epic Rant About Dungeon Keeper And Its £70 In-App Purchases [Video]

An Android version of Dungeon Keeper became available worldwide two days ago, and some of you took to the comments to express how you would never, ever, consider downloading another free-to-play game from EA. Imagine if all of your complaints were combined into a single YouTube video and bottled up into eight hilarious, rage-filled minutes. That's what Nerd3 has done for us. Be warned, the audio is pretty NSFW, even though the video is fine.

Certain actions in the game require players to wait a lengthy bit of time for them to complete, but there is the option to spend money to speed things up.

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[Download] Highly NSFW - "Dick" Returns As A Downloadable APK After Android Market Ban

First things first - if you're easily offended or recently had your appendix removed, with stitches that could come apart from excessive laugher, stop reading right now, hit the Back button, and erase the title from your memory. Cool? Alright.

So, a few weeks back, an app called "Dick" showed up in the Market, only to be quickly banned by Google (what a dick move, eh?). We called it the most WTF app to ever hit Android, and Google seems to be in agreement. Since there's a sexual connotation (who would have thought?), the Market's ToS are pretty clear - no porn is allowed, so nobody should have been surprised when the app got ejected.

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