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Month: April 2018

Rayark Adds 'Sdorica – Sunset' Songs to 'Cytus II' in Crossover Update

Rayark has been quite busy in 2018, first launching Cytus II [$1.99], the sequel to their fan-favorite rhythm game, back in January and then launching their visually stunning puzzle RPG Sdorica – Sunset [Free] just a couple weeks ago following a fairly lengthy soft launch period. Now the worlds of both games are colliding with a new update to Cytus II which adds a couple of Sdorica songs to the set list for free. To get these new songs, according to the update description, “Players can read the corresponding iM posts in Character – NEKO#ΦωΦ to unlock the collaboration songs.” Here’s a trailer for this new version 1.2 content. Subscribe to the TouchArcade YouTube channel In addition to the Sdorica songs, this update includes two more new songs, one for the free character ROBO_Head and one new one for the paid DLC character ConneR. This is in addition to a fairly beefy update that was released for the game in mid-March. If you want to learn more about Cytus II, then be sure to check out our full review, and if you’re already among those who have been enjoying the game this year then be sure to check out this latest content. Go to Source Author: Jared...

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Vivo Y53i is a low-end phone for Indian market, but is it a Redmi rival?

The Vivo Y53i is the latest phone from the Chinese brand to launch in India that it hopes will win market share from Xiaomi’s budget Redmi phones. The Y53i carries a 7,990 rupee (~$120) price tag and is available now in the region, the company has announced. In terms of sheer horsepower, the device offers 2GB of RAM, 16GB of expandable storage, a 2,500 mAh battery, and a low-end Snapdragon 425 quad-core chipset. Display-wise, we’re looking at a 5-inch panel with a 960 x 540 resolution. Editor’s Pick These are the 5 best Indian smartphone brands Indian smartphone brands are losing ground to Chinese manufacturers in their home market — not a single one made the list of the five biggest players in Q3. Samsung is tied with Xiaomi for first … The Vivo Y53i also offers an 8MP main shooter and a 5MP selfie camera. Vivo is touting “ultra HD” photo functionality for their device though, allowing it to combine multiple 8MP snaps into a 32MP shot. “Ultra HD technology takes several consecutive images and combines them, enabling the 8MP rear camera to render up to 32MP photos,” Vivo explains on its website. It’s unclear how effective this can be, although we certainly liked the Oppo N3’s Ultra HD feature, praising it for reducing noise. Fans of facial unlocking will also want to look at the Vivo device (literally),...

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5 Android settings you should change to level up your smartphone game

Android has loads of settings available to let you customize your smartphone and give you control over security and privacy. A lot of important Android settings are enabled by default, including the popular Find My Device feature. However, there a few Androud settings that need to be turned on (or off) manually to take your Android game to the next level. Disable app shortcuts New apps downloaded from the Play Store appear on your home screen as shortcuts by default. This is an annoying feature that doesn’t add much value, as not every app you download is important enough to take up precious space on the home screen. It’s especially annoying when you get a new phone and the device automatically downloads all the apps tied to your account, leaving you with dozens of icons to clean up. Thankfully, it’s super easy to disable the feature. Long press on the home screen and tap the “Home settings” option that appears below. Then just switch off the “Add icon to Home screen” option and you’re good to go. Step-by-step instructions: Long press on one of your home screens. Tap the “Home screen” option that appears below. Toggle off the “Add icon to Home screen” Android settings option. Opt out of personalized ads Google likes to track your online activities to learn more about you and show you personalized ads based...

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'Fortnite' Battle Pass Season 3 Ends 30 Minutes Before Season 4 Downtime Begins

The season 4 downtime for Fortnite [Free] begins on Tuesday, May 1st, at 4:00 AM EDT. Season 3 of the the Battle Pass ends a little before this update, at 3:30 AM EDT, so you won’t be able to get the John Wick-inspired “The Reaper” outfit after tonight. There will also be a short period between when However, there are bulk Battle Pass tiers available in the shop, so if you’re willing to drop a few bucks for the cause, you can maybe get that outfit at last. Otherwise, it’s time to start grinding out those objectives, ASAP! Brace for impact! Witness Season 4 tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/LVG3mO6vmK — Fortnite (@FortniteGame) April 30, 2018 Season 4 of Fortnite will seemingly feature superheroes as a theme for many of the items, as early material teases what look like superhero masks and decorations. “Fight With Honor” sounds a lot like a superhero theme as well. Leave your mark. Season 4 Coming Soon pic.twitter.com/q6d82L1Lbp — Fortnite (@FortniteGame) April 29, 2018 But the biggest mystery surrounds what will happen with the comet and meteorites that are appearing in the game. Speculation has suggested that Tilted Towers is set to be blown up, but now rumors abound that it’s Dusty Depot that will meet its demise at the hands of a giant object in the sky. Which sounds like more fun, those hangars are a bit...

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Huawei P20 Pro: Taking a photo in complete darkness

The Huawei P20 Pro and regular P20 are packed with cutting edge photography features. One particularly interesting option we touched on in our Huawei P20 Pro review is Night Mode. The shooting option boasts the ability to capture better looking low light pictures by using a very long exposure time, with a few tricks to avoid common problems like blurriness and light smudging. At the core of Huawei’s Night Mode technology is its artificial intelligence stabilization (AIS), which is really just a fancy word for software image stabilization. In this mode, the Huawei P20 camera takes one or more long exposure images using different camera settings and then applies software stitching to create the best-looking image. Editor’s Pick Huawei P20 Pro review: The Galaxy S9 killer 40MP, the world’s first triple camera, 5X Hybrid Zoom, artificial intelligence in all the ways, and the most unique color on any smartphone ever. These are just some of the features Huawei is hoping will … You can manually dial in the exposure time for more control over the shot, or the camera can pick automatically based on the lighting conditions. The maximum manual time is 32 seconds, but I’ve seen the auto-mode crank this up to a minute in complete darkness, which is a long time to hold the camera steady. Although most of the time a 4 to 6 second exposure will suffice. To test just...

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