Moon Lover

Sep 18th AT 2:42 AM



Catch the Moon Locker Master live theme.
We look at the staring sky that year, there are so many beautiful dreams. If you were there, you can maintain a pure heart for me after we both grow up…
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Amazon’s 4th generation of tablets announced, new Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 and more

Sep 18th AT 2:42 AM

Amazon Fire Tablet Family Business Wire

We just finished letting you know that Amazon has announced an update to their Fire OS, the fun does not stop there, Amazon also has launched 5 new devices to the Kindle family.

Sangria, or Fire OS 4 will be available later this year, but it will also begin shipping in October on a few of Amazon’s 4th generation devices that were just announced, including the all new Fire HDX 8.9, new Fire HD and Fire HD Kids Edition. Rounding out the five new devices are two new Kindles as well, including touchscreen.

New Amazon Kindle Fire HD

New Amazon Kindle Fire HD

Amazon introduces the new Kindle Fire HD as ‘the most powerful tablet under $100.’ Bold claims. Available in 6-inch or 7-inch display sizes, both at 1280×800 resolution. The new Fire HDs come with 1.5GHz quad-core processors, 2MP rear camera, “all-day battery life” and five colors to choose from. These are WiFi only tablets with 8 or 16GB of internal storage.

The new Fire HD tablets are expected to start shipping in October, but you can pre-order now starting at $99 for the 8GB 6-inch model, up to $159 for the 16GB 7-inch model. We’ll cover the device in more detail soon, but feel free to hit the Amazon store to check out the pre-order details.

Amazon Fire HD Kids Edition

Amazon Kindle Fire HD Kids

The Amazon Kindle Fire HD Kids Edition takes the new Fire HD tablet and wraps it up in a super tough and kid friendly case. Amazon is even offering a two year guaranteed no questions asked replacement if your child can manage to break this thing. Otherwise, expect a few kid friendly software tweaks on top of either the 6-inch or 7-inch Fire HD tablets. And, of course, three kid friendly colors are available.

Expected shipping date is October 21 and pre-orders are open at $149 for the 6-inch version and $189 for the 7-inch unit. Again, we’ll have more info soon, stay tuned.

New Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9

New Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 tablet

Amazon is not messing around with this guy, the new Kindle Fire HDX is a 8.9-inch device with 2560×1600 resolution display. It rocks the Snapdragon 805 processor at 2.5GHz and the Adreno 420 GPU keeping things lit. Amazon employed the latest MIMO and 802.11ac wireless technology for speeds they claim up to 600Mbps.

Available with 16, 32 or 64GB of internal storage, the new Fire HDX 8.9 also packs an 8MP rear camera, dual stereo speakers with new Dolby Digital Atmos technology and Amazon’s Mayday service. In addition to the WiFi only model, expect to find 4G LTE models as well.

The new Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 also ships starting October 21 and can be pre-ordered today starting at $379. Opting for 4G LTE with 64 GB will run you nearly $600.

Once again, we are eager to get you more coverage of this device, stay tuned for our hand-on and full reviews as soon as we can get our hands on this thing.

New Amazon Kindle

New Amazon Kindle touchscreen

Amazon has announced two new Kindle devices. The first is pretty straightforward, the new Kindle is a 6-inch device with 16 shades of gray on their e-ink display. 4GB of internal storage should keep you reading for a while and the touchscreen breaths new life into the experience.

The new Kindle will start shipping on October 2nd, pre-orders are open now starting at $79.

Amazon Kindle Voyage

Amazon Kindle Voyage e-paper reader

Last, but not least, the Amazon Kindle Voyage. Stepping up the game, the Voyage offers optional 3G connectivity on top of the WiFi of the normal Kindle. New Carta e-paper technology brings 300ppi to the 6-inch display with adaptive front light. Amazon claims to have bettered battery life as well with up to 21 hours of screen on time.

The Kindle Voyage joins the other new tablets shipping October 21st. Again, pre-orders are open now starting at $199 for the WiFi only or $269 with Free 3G.

Special Offers

Please keep in mind that Amazon offers all of these devices with Special Offers pricing. Special Offers is Amazon’s on-device advertising deal, that installs a sponsored screensaver on the device and fires up (pun intended) an ad on your screensaver and the bottom of the home screen. Device savings differ by model, but an additional $20 or so will get you the ad free model of the devices.

There you have it, a big day for Amazon and the Fire line of tablets. As mentioned, we’ll have more to say about these devices before they go live in October, stay tuned if you are interested.

Has Amazon brought anything to the table to entice you away from Google’s Android and over to the Fire OS 4 Android experience?


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LightHouse

Sep 18th AT 1:55 AM



LightHouse

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Will be available tomorrow:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.werksmannschaft.lltemplate.lhouse

Thanks to Bogdan Tautu (https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BogdanTautuTBog/posts) for the rotating Script which i used.

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Amazon launching Fire OS 4 with new UI and features, including Firefly

Sep 18th AT 12:57 AM

Amazon Fire OS 4 Sangria update

Amazon has announced they are launching an overhaul to their Fire OS. Sangria, as it is codenamed, will be known as Fire OS 4 and it brings a bunch of new features including an UI update and new features like Firefly product identification and Profile support for multi-user applications.

While Amazon has not provided much in way of details for their new OS, they have simultaneously launched a handful of new devices as well, including updated Kindle reader and Kindle Fire HD tablets. We’ll have more on that soon, stay tuned.

Amazon Kindle Fire HD Kids

Along with some visual tweaks in Fire OS 4, Amazon has added in Firefly and Profiles, as mentioned, but also ASAP and Smart Suspend.

Profiles is pretty straightforward, allowing multiple users to log in with their own accounts on the same Amazon Fire OS 4 powered device. Great for a shared family Kindle Fire HD tablet.

Amazon’s new ASAP feature is a feature taken from Fire TV that predicts what you want to watch next and queues it up for you to start watching as soon as your current media finishes. Small wonder then that ASAP stands for Advanced Streaming and Protection.

Firefly is a service that Amazon launched along with the Fire Phone, allowing you to identify content like TV shows, movies, music and even physical objects by pointing the camera at them. Some consider Firefly to just be an interactive way to get into the Amazon store to make purchases, but that won’t stop you from being able to do so from your new Amazon tablet now.

Smart Suspend is a power management tool that will primarily work to turn off your WiFi when not in use. The Smart aspect is that it will learn from your usage habits and do what it can to turn WiFi off only when you are not using it, like at night. Of course, it will occasionally turn things back on to check for emails and the like, making sure it is up to date when you typically get up and at ‘em in the morning. Allow me to shamelessly self-promote: check out our Android customization series for our tutorial to build your own WiFi controls using Tasker.

Amazon Fire Tablet Family

Amazon says that Fire OS 4 will be available on all 4th generation devices, including the new tablets that are already up for pre-order. 3rd generation devices should expect the update OTA later this year, or into 2015 for the Fire Phone.

Stay tuned for new Amazon tablet news, coming up next.

What aspect of Amazon’s Fire OS do you most hope has been updated in Fire OS 4?


Via: Android Police;
Source: Amazon;


INFOGRAPHIC

Sep 18th AT 12:27 AM



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The Best Android Wear Watchface Yet Is A Tribute To The Ministry Of Silly Walks

Sep 17th AT 10:31 PM

unnamed (16)Good day, readers. Here at Android Police, we wish to express our full and unequivocal support for the Ministry of Silly Walks, and the fine work that those men and women accomplish. It is a lamentable shame that the Ministry is continually overlooked in favor of less noble endeavors, such as National Defense, Housing, and Social Security. With a budget of only 348 million pounds per year, it's amazing that they manage to produce such instructive material as the official Ministry of Silly Walks Game.

The Best Android Wear Watchface Yet Is A Tribute To The Ministry Of Silly Walks was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



The Best Android Wear Watchface Yet Is A Tribute To The Ministry Of Silly Walks

Sep 17th AT 10:31 PM

unnamed (16)Good day, readers. Here at Android Police, we wish to express our full and unequivocal support for the Ministry of Silly Walks, and the fine work that those men and women accomplish. It is a lamentable shame that the Ministry is continually overlooked in favor of less noble endeavors, such as National Defense, Housing, and Social Security. With a budget of only 348 million pounds per year, it's amazing that they manage to produce such instructive material as the official Ministry of Silly Walks Game.

The Best Android Wear Watchface Yet Is A Tribute To The Ministry Of Silly Walks was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Amazon Announces The New Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, Fire HD 7, And Fire HD 6, Starting At $99 And Shipping In October

Sep 17th AT 10:11 PM

Fire_HDX_8.9_HorizontalToday Amazon popped its yearly Kindle Fire update unannounced, showing off no less than four new models of its customized Android tablet family. The Kindle Fire HD Kids is being covered in this post, but the main event is the refreshed versions of the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, Fire HD7, and the "all-new" Fire HD 6. These will make up Amazon's new line, scheduled to go on sale in October.

Amazon Announces The New Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, Fire HD 7, And Fire HD 6, Starting At $99 And Shipping In October was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Amazon Announces The New Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, Fire HD 7, And Fire HD 6, Starting At $99 And Shipping In October

Sep 17th AT 10:11 PM

Fire_HDX_8.9_HorizontalToday Amazon popped its yearly Kindle Fire update unannounced, showing off no less than four new models of its customized Android tablet family. The Kindle Fire HD Kids is being covered in this post, but the main event is the refreshed versions of the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, Fire HD7, and the "all-new" Fire HD 6. These will make up Amazon's new line, scheduled to go on sale in October.

Amazon Announces The New Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, Fire HD 7, And Fire HD 6, Starting At $99 And Shipping In October was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Amazon’s Fire OS 4 Brings New Coat Of Paint, ‘Hundreds Of New Features’ Including Firefly, Profiles

Sep 17th AT 10:01 PM

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Along with a handful of new tablets, Amazon has officially announced Fire OS 4 (codenamed Sangria), which it says adds hundreds of new features to the "content-forward" operating system.

First and foremost, Amazon says the user interface in Fire OS has gotten a facelift. Amazon hasn't gone into detail in describing its UI changes, but visual tweaks are certainly welcome to an interface that can at times seem scattered.

Besides that, Amazon is touting new features like ASAP, Smart Suspend, and the addition of individual user profiles to make for easier sharing among families.

Amazon's Fire OS 4 Brings New Coat Of Paint, 'Hundreds Of New Features' Including Firefly, Profiles was written by the awesome team at Android Police.