Pocket launches Beta Channel to bring you more relevant content

With the amount of posts, links, videos, images, etc that we come across every day and that we are thinking of consuming, sometimes what is left is what everybody else is talking about (which is not necessarily quality) or what is the latest thing that you saved/read/watched (which again is not always that great). Pocket, that neat little tool that you can get to save links for reading later, is launching a new Public Beta Channel, which can help you with that problem, among many other features.

Level Up! Top 5 Games of July 2015

It's been quite a while and a very busy month, especially with new high-end devices that have popped up, like the new OnePlus 2 and the Moto X Style and Moto X Play, all viable smartphones for gaming. And while we're waiting for Samsung to make its pitch in about two weeks, we can while the days away with some of the best Android games that are gracing our screens this month. From long overdue sequels to PC games come to mobile, welcome to Android Community's top five picks for the month of July 2015.

Hidden Temple lets you explore the deepest of the jungle in virtual reality

There may be a few virtual games available but we're certain that more and more developers will soon enter the VR gaming arena. For now, let's focus our attention on those devs and gaming studios that have already worked hard to release mobile games that will allow a unique gaming experience to those who have their VR devices. If you have a Google Cardboard or a Samsung Galaxy Gear VR, you are free to download and enjoy this new game called HIDDEN TEMPLE - VR ADVENTURE.

Bevel camera attachment brings Genuine 3D photography to your hands

You know, 3D imaging may be fun but it has not really took off as a standard. We've seen 3D movies, 3D TVs, 3D printers, 3D projectors already but we have yet to see if 3D phones will actually have a future. There are no full 3D smartphones yet, only with 3D features, but who says that you can't enjoy 3D photography right now on your phone? A Kickstarter project was recently launched that hopes to bring basic 3D photography to smartphones and tablets as a simple camera attachment.

Spacecom will test your wits in this complex, starfleet command strategy game

First and foremost, don't be deceived by the seemingly simple gameplay of Spacecom because it's really not. This strategy game will challenge the ultimate strategist out of you in this starfleet command game. It requires you to make smart choices, movements, and even resort to deception to defeat the enemies and achieve victory. You need to focus, devise, and plan real-time tactics and try to learn from the military legends.

Facebook adds extra layers of protection with Security Checkup

With all the malware, viruses, and hackers going around, people are getting extra paranoid about the security of their digital devices, cloud hosting services, and even their social media accounts. Facebook is probably one of the most important accounts that you have that you don’t want anyone to hack (well, unless you’re actually not on Facebook) and so any news of extra protection for it is always welcome. The social media giant has actually added a new tool called Security Checkup that will make it easier for you to access these controls.

Audiobooks.com app being prepped for Android Auto

Support for Android Auto is finally coming from Audiobooks.com. This means you can finally read more books...errr, hear more audiobooks while in the car that has Android Auto connectivity. The in-car dashboard platform is slowly getting a lot of support, being integrated and installed in more cars. The list of vehicles is getting longer but expect more to be added so you can have more choices of what new car to buy--that is, if you are planning to get one.

Kaboom app makes your photos and messages online vanish

Sharing photos, statuses, and messages online is easy nowadays. Doing so has actually become part of our everyday lives that whether you admit or not, you post something in any of your social media accounts anything about your life or anything that just happened. I don't know how often you share and to what extent but I hope your friends don't think it's TMI.

Android Studio 1.3 released with improved testing, C++ debugging support

As an ordinary Android user or gamer, you may not care about how developers and Google work together. The Android community is one big family that comes together with one aim: to safeguard and optimize the platform. We all know Google has quite a number of continuing efforts to secure and improve on Android. But because there just too many really smart people out there--some geniuses and geeks are still able to hack into Android, devices, and apps. With Android Studio, the Internet giant hopes to provide an integrated development environment (IDE) as they develop on the platform.
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