Welcome to the final full week of July. There is quite a list of app sales today, including my personal favorite icon pack. Enjoy what's on offer today and be sure to pop by again on Wednesday for another round. Free Apps 80s Music Radio Pro $1.99 -> Free; Sale ends in 4 days Calmly Writing Notepad Pro $1.49 -> Free; Sale ends in 5 days Augustro Music Player $4.99 -> Free; Sale ends in 6 days File Manager by Augustro $4.99 -> Free; Sale ends in 6 days Lecture Notes - Classroom Notes Made Simple $2.49 -> Free; Sale ends in 6 days Mydolist: Daily Checklist Pro $1.49 -> Free; Sale ends in 6 days Ai. Read More30 temporarily free and 42 on-sale apps and games to start the week was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
In April, Samsung announced its largest smartphone camera sensor, one that could take in up to 64 megapixels of information. The rumor mill was quick to point to a new Galaxy phone that would be the first to feature said sensor. But it seems that Xiaomi has shown up the crowd with a couple of samples from what is supposedly its first phone with a 64MP camera. And there's reason to believe that it will be fairly affordable, too. Read MoreIt looks like Xiaomi's next Redmi phone will have a 64MP camera was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
When you need to automate something on your phone, there's a good chance Tasker can do it. You just need to learn how to use it. Now, the app can do even more things, assuming you have the patience to figure them out. In v5.8, Tasker has picked up more features related to third-party apps, Bluetooth connections, HTTP requests, and more. The developer of Tasker, as always, has been kind enough to provide a full (and enormous) changelog. Read MoreTasker updated to v5.8 with new features for third-party apps, Bluetooth, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Beyond the political luggage generated in the midst of the protracted U.S.-China trade dispute, the American import ban that Huawei has to deal with is laden with doubt from tech critics who chide D.C. with inhibiting innovation in mobile phones. Lest we forget, though, that the Department of Justice is pursuing the Chinese tech behemoth for stealing trade secrets and fraud in relation to Iran sanctions breaches. Now, we're learning of leaked documents that tie Huawei to business conducted in another adversarial country: North Korea. Read MoreHuawei reportedly helped build North Korea's wireless network and everyone's freaking out was written by the awesome team at Android Police.