Camera360 Ultimate 7.0.3 APK

Pinguo has started pushing out the latest Camera360 Ultimate for Android stable release, version 7.0.3, this week. The update enhanced two filters exposure performance and improved smooth capture on several devices.

Camera360 Ultimate

Camera360 Ultimate is free photo editor for the mobile device featuring tons of filters, unique shot modes, and extras not found in other apps from the genre out there.  Camera360 allow you to live adjustment your photos as you’re taking them, or you can snap a photo and apply filters and other effects afterward with tons of fun and unique features. The app itself is easy to use and makes your photos more beautiful than previous pics.

The update is rolling out slowly, hit the Google Play Store on the device to check for updates, or head over to the Play Store to grab a fresh copy. As always, we provide you the latest APK file of the app. You can download Camera360 Ultimate APK version 7.0.3 from the source link given below.

One of the best camera app for mobiles and the recent updates make it smoother and faster. Let us know if you’ve seen the Camera360 Ultimate update from the Play Store, how are you liking the new filters and feel?

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OnePlus X makes its official debut with 5-inch display, Snapdragon 801, and $249 price tag Threads

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The OnePlus family grew again today with the arrival of the OnePlus X, a new Android phone that’s small in both size and cost.

OnePlus is really talking up the build quality of the OnePlus X, which includes two slabs of black glass with a metal frame in between them. That’s on the Onyx version, anyway. There’s also a Ceramic model that OnePlus says takes 25 days to make because of a process that involves baking ceramic, cooling it, and polishing it. Both models also include a metal frame with several microcuts that give it a texture.

In terms of specs, the OnePlus X touts a 5-inch 1920×1080 AMOLED display that runs Android 5.1.1 beneath OnePlus’s custom OxygenOS user interface. There’s a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor paired with 3GB of RAM and a 2525mAh battery powering the X, and there’s also dual SIM support, 16GB of storage and a microSD slot packed inside. The OnePlus X’s camera arsenal includes a 13-megapixel rear camera and 8-megapixel front-facing shooter.

OnePlus X Onyx

OnePlus X Onyx

Moving on to availability, yes, the OnePlus X will require an invite to purchase. The good news is that that requirement will only be in place during the month of November, and OnePlus says that it’s already sent out 15,000 invites to buy the X. After November, the OnePlus X will be available through open sales each week, and once production can keep up with demand, it’ll be available totally invite-free.

The Onyx OnePlus X will launch in Europe on November 5 at a price of €269, and it’ll arrive in the US on November 19 for $249. The Ceramic model will only be available in Europe and India for €369, and you’ll need a Ceramic-specific invite to get one. What’s more, OnePlus says that it’s only making 10,000 Ceramic units, so you’ll have to put in work to snag one.

With the OnePlus X, OnePlus set out to make a small phone that can easily be used with one hand and has a respectable feature set. With its 5-inch screen, the X should be fairly easy to use one-handed for most folks, and its spec list is pretty decent for the price.

What do you think of the OnePlus X?

OnePlus X Ceramic model

OnePlus X Ceramic

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OnePlus X Ceramic rear


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Google plans to fold Chrome OS into Android Threads

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Mobile is the future, and Google has pursued both Android and Chrome OS as mobile platforms for a while now. Chromebooks still haven’t been doing well, accounting for 3% of all PCs purchased, but Android has been excelling. The strategy of using a platform for apps seems to be working a lot better than bringing apps to the web.

Google might be giving up on Chrome as a platform soon, as the company is planning to fold Chrome OS into Android. Lately Google has been bringing Android apps to Chrome OS, and it has even released a Pixel product running Android instead of Chrome OS. The company may be giving up on the platform, to a degree.

Google has been working on a new version of Android that is basically a combination of Android and Chrome OS to run on PCs for the last two years. It will be shown off next year, but won’t be ready until 2017.

While this is a controversial decision, I think it’s for the best. Real apps have shown their superiority to web apps outside of compatibility, and Android is just a more powerful platform for anything more than web browsing. What do you think of this decision? Will it help Google and Android, or is Chrome OS being wrongfully killed off? Let us know in the comments!


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The Moto X Force is a rebranded DROID Turbo 2 for international markets Threads

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A couple of days ago, Motorola and Verizon officially debuted the DROID Turbo 2, the next high-end smartphone to take up the DROID branding. It packs in quite a few impressive specs along with a display that Motorola calls “shatterproof.” Now that device is coming to international markets, too.

In what the manufacturer is dubbing the “#ShortestPressAnnouncementEver,” the Moto X Force has been debuted by way of a quick YouTube video showing the device being dropped on a hard surface. As one can expect from a device marketed as shatterproof, the display appears to be fine after picking it up. The outcome was much worse for Apple’s iPhone 6s and Samsung’s Galaxy S6.

The Moto X Force is exactly the same phone as the DROID Turbo 2, meaning it features a 5.4-inch QHD display, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor under the hood, 3GB of RAM, 32GB and 64GB variants, a battery measured in at 3760mAh, and a 21-megapixel camera on the back. There’s a 5-megapixel front-facing shooter, and it’s running Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box, but Android 6.0 Marshmallow is coming down the line.

There wasn’t any mention of an exact launch date or pricing, but Motorola does say that the device will launch in Latin America, APAC and EMEA beginning sometime in November.


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Google plans to fold Chrome OS into Android Threads

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Mobile is the future, and Google has pursued both Android and Chrome OS as mobile platforms for a while now. Chromebooks still haven’t been doing well, accounting for 3% of all PCs purchased, but Android has been excelling. The strategy of using a platform for apps seems to be working a lot better than bringing apps to the web.

Google might be giving up on Chrome as a platform soon, as the company is planning to fold Chrome OS into Android. Lately Google has been bringing Android apps to Chrome OS, and it has even released a Pixel product running Android instead of Chrome OS. The company may be giving up on the platform, to a degree.

Google has been working on a new version of Android that is basically a combination of Android and Chrome OS to run on PCs for the last two years. It will be shown off next year, but won’t be ready until 2017.

While this is a controversial decision, I think it’s for the best. Real apps have shown their superiority to web apps outside of compatibility, and Android is just a more powerful platform for anything more than web browsing. What do you think of this decision? Will it help Google and Android, or is Chrome OS being wrongfully killed off? Let us know in the comments!


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Amazon Scary Good Deals has over $70 in paid apps and games free Games Apps Threads

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Presumably it is only app developers that would potentially find these deals spooky, but Amazon is at it again with one of their big roundup of paid apps going for the low, low price of free until 11:59 pm PDT on October 31st.

No doubt many of you have perused these offers before, and as always, there are a number of repeat visitors to the list. If you haven’t already downloaded them, that won’t matter to you, and there are always a few new gems making an appearance.

This time around there are a few timely titles like Lego Star Wars Microfighters, Halloweenistry, The Little Witch at School, Time Mysteries 2: The Ancient Spectres and Time Mysteries 3: The Final Enigma.

Beyond these titles it is a mix of apps and games that are pretty well reviewed, so take a look through and see if anything piques your interest since the price is right. Direct links are below if you’ve been waiting for something specific to go on sale, otherwise check out the full sale page.

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If you spot any personal favorites in there or download something new that you think is awesome, let us know in comments.


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Sprint unveils new $20 unlimited data plan that only offers 1GB of high-speed data Threads

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“Sprint beats all national carriers with unlimited data for $20/month.” That’s the headline Sprint is using for this announcement, but the wording “unlimited data” is quite a stretch. The plan does indeed offer unlimited data, but only 1GB of that will be LTE. The rest will be 2G data, which we all know sucks.

Though many carriers do this and have done this for years, it’s still purposefully misleading for customers who don’t read the fine print. If you see this deal, or any like it, remember to read the fine print and ignore it if you need significant amounts of data.


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iFixit gives Nexus 6P a repairability score of 2 out of 10 Threads

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The Nexus 6P is not an easy phone to repair, according to iFixit. The site gave the device a score of 2 out of 10 for repairability after tearing it apart and seeing what’s inside. Hint: it’s a lot of glue.

To remove the screws holding the metal body together you have to remove pieces that are glued on, including the camera lens cover. The display is also held on by glue and is extremely hard to replace. Apparently replacing it without shattering it is a difficult task, and that’s the most common repair.

While it’s a shame that repairing this device is so difficult, most people don’t opt to repair their devices anyway. Make sure you get the Nexus Protect plan and keep your phone safe!


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HTC adding Verizon support to the unlocked HTC One A9 in December Threads

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No, Verizon still isn’t planning on selling the HTC One A9, but that doesn’t mean that Verizon’s customers will not be able to buy the HTC One A9 and use it on their favorite network. Thanks to a software update, the unlocked HTC One A9 that is being sold on htc.com will soon feature support for Verizon’s LTE network. You will need to wait until December for the software update to arrive, but if you are planning on picking up the HTC One A9 to use on Verizon, we suggest you do it soon. The $399.99 promotion price for the phone is set to expire on November 7, bumping the price up to $499.99.

It’s nice to know that HTC is working on a software update to ensure that the HTC One A9 works on Verizon, but HTC really needs to get Verizon to carry the phone and offer it directly to its customers if it truly wants the One A9 to be a success in the US market. The phone itself may not have the specs it needs to compete directly with other flagship Android phones, but it looks like HTC may actually be willing to spend a bit of money to promote the phone. If that’s the case, the HTC One A9 may actually sell better than HTC’s flagship One M9.


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YouTube Red and its ad-free videos now live for $9.99 per month Threads

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One week ago, YouTube Red became official. With the new subscription service, Google is offering individuals the opportunity to get rid of advertisements that appear on the video-centric service for a minimal monthly cost.

The subscription actually offers a bit more in terms of benefits for that monthly subscription, which runs $9.99 per month. For starters, you get an ad-free experience across your YouTube account, from mobile to desktop or even on a Smart TV with the YouTube app present. The same goes for ad-free music listening, too, says YouTube. On top of that, users can save music and videos to their device to watch offline. The other up-front benefit is background play, which means you can keep listening even when your screen goes dark, or you open up another app.

What’s more, Google Play Music’s subscription is rolled into YouTube Red (or, if you’re already subscribed to Google Play Music, you’ll get YouTube Red at no additional cost), so you can have access to Google’s music streaming service — which will include podcasts soon — as well.

Do you plan on signing up for YouTube Red?


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