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TouchWiz was often blamed for being too full of bloatware and slowing down the device that it was supposed to improve in terms of user experience. Samsung listened to that criticism and finally decided to trim the UI down in size. While this step worked really well and most users liked the new TouchWiz a lot better, it did come with certain sacrifices in terms of customizability. Earlier, it was possible to tinker with the backlight settings of the capacitive keys, but unfortunately, it is a thing of the past now.


Fortunately, you can still customize it on your S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, Note 5, S7 and S7 Edge with the help of a third party app known as Galaxy Button Lights. Download it for free from the Google Play Store and install it. Once you open the application, you will find that everything that was missing from the TouchWiz settings menu in terms of the capacitive key backlighting, they are all there.


You will get to change and choose in-between settings such as Time to remain on, Always on, Always off and Default. Adjust the settings according to your convenience and tap on SAVE BUTTON BACKLIGHT BEHAVIOR to apply the settings on your device immediately. Just to make sure that you are downloading the right application, check if the developer's name is mentioned as NotQuiteinsane on the Play Store's Download section. If it is, then that's the right app.

 


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Looks like Google will be launching a New YouTube Music service very soon. Screenshots of an upcoming version of YouTube App for Android has been leaked.

 

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According to the source, YouTube Music Key is on the way soon and will bring many of the features that we have been expecting, like offline playback and more. The service will be ad-free, and it will allow for audio-only playback, offline playback, infinite YouTube mixes, and complete albums; but, this is still YouTube, so there are some interesting video features as well.

 

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The images of the updated app claim there will be "over 20 million high-quality tracks complete albums, organized into artist discographies" as part of Music Key. And, since this is YouTube, you'll also get access to watch concerts, covers, and remixes.

 

YouTube Music

 

The YouTube Music Key service will cost $9.99 per month after a one-month free trial, and maybe the best part is that it will include a subscription for Google Play Music Key. Presumably, if you already have a Google Play Music All Access account, you will automatically get the YouTube Music Key subscription, but it is unclear if those who got the initial promotional rate of $7.99 will keep paying that price.

 

 

 

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The YouTube much anticipated subscription music streaming service from Google has been officially announced today. It's called YouTube Music Key (BETA), and it will be in beta for an unspecified amount of time.

 

It brings you an ad-free YouTube experience, along with support for background playback on mobile, and offline viewing too.

 

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All of these perks will cost you $7.99 (for a limited time, the normal price being $9.99) per month. But the nice thing is that if you pay for Music Key, you'll also get a Google Play Music subscription, which gives you access to more than 30 million songs and expert-curated playlists. That in itself costs $9.99 per month, so you're essentially getting two services for the price of one here.

 

 

"You've asked us for ways to listen to music without ads, to keep playing music videos even if you lock the screen or start using another app, and to play music even if you're not connected to the Internet. That's why today we're introducing YouTube Music Key beta, a monthly subscription service starting with the promotional price of $7.99/month (discounted from $9.99/month) that will give you all that-ads-free music, background play and offline viewing. It will also include a subscription to Google Play Music, with 30+ million songs, expert-curated playlists, and in the coming days, the ability to watch many YouTube official music videos right from the app." - Official YouTube Blog

 

 

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Game-changing technologies are sweeping every industry and gambling is no exception. One trend that has caught the eyes of the casinos worldwide is the massive surge in mobile gambling. Take a look at these numbers.


In 2016, the share of overall gambling worldwide was close to $400 billion. In contrast, online gambling's share reached $50 billion in 2017. This was an exponential jump within a time span of six years from $30 billion in 2011.


Let's take a look at the key trends sweeping the online gambling industry as well as the effect they are having on the mobile online casinos.


VR takes central stage


Ever since we got Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear, the VR technology is showing no signs of slowing down. Today's virtual reality casinos create an experience so close to the real land casino that it's hard to differentiate. You can find slots, blackjack, roulette and other specialty games complete with all the action, sound, music and lights. 


Slot Millions, one of the first VR casinos offered the slot game "Starburst," which has been a major hit with its outstanding graphics, immersive soundtrack. Even NetEnt dipped its toes in the VR world with "Jack's World," its hugely successful take on the classic slot game Jack and the Beanstalk as a foundation.


Nowadays players also can enjoy live streams that don't need high-profile investment and a combination of 3D graphics and 3D sound.


Cryptocurrencies

 

Cryptocurrencies have made landfall in the gambling world. Various benefits - anonymity, speed, tax-free status, security, and low fee - that comes with using a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin has attracted a lot of players.


It has got the attention of casinos with a lot of crypto coin casinos popping up. Perfect compatibility of cryptocurrencies as a payment method with all the mobile devices is further propping up cryptocurrency as an acceptable trend at all the best mobile casinos.


For example, 1xBit.com, an online multi-cryptocurrency-accepting casino has been widely regarded as a trendsetter. It offers unique software for placing sports bets and playing casino games from the top-providers. Players can easily bet on more than 50 sports.


Better user experience


Online casinos recorded an unprecedented profit (over $40 billion) last year with the advent of technologies like the IoT (Internet of Things). A rise in the connected devices has worked wonders for every industry today with an unbelievable amount of data analytics at the disposal of enterprises, and the gambling industry is also taking note.


Information gleaned from the analytics is being used to offer better user experiences for all the casino games on offer. Online and mobile casinos have an advantage over the land casinos as they can react instantly to every iota of data player give them like the choice of games, the length of time spent on each game, and the best time the players like to play.


That's how the developers of online slot games can decide what works better. Games with powerful supplementary video and audio content, branded stuff, or theme offerings?


More attention to safety & security


All this talk of technology hasn't left the safety and security aspect untouched. The industry is worth billions in the gambling industry with rising hacking attacks on the mobile casino sites.


Online casinos and mobile casinos are now increasingly deploying the latest SSL encryption techniques to layer the important financial and personal data. The RNG (Random Number Generator) technology is being used, which is as close to the universal laws of randomness, as you can get.


Phone providers offer increasingly sophisticated device fingerprinting fraud prevention solutions to identify users.


Also, banks have become vigilant when it comes to online and mobile payments. Then there are a host of regulatory bodies that exercise tight control over land as well as online casinos activities. This ensures that players get a fair deal and their information isn't tampered with.


Live casino games


Mobile gambling has latched on to the fascinating world of live casino games. Ever since the first roulette game was rolled out on the mobile platform, all the casinos worth their salt offer a varied range of mobile gaming solutions.


Microgaming introduced the live dealer games back in 2006. Today's live dealer casinos online offer an unparalleled experience in poker, casino, baccarat, roulette, and slots. Players get advanced socialization experience, which combined with a land-based casino atmosphere, is becoming popular.  The attractive bonuses and VIP programs are also proving to be a huge draw among players.


Conclusion


The coming years will see further growth in online gambling and more players in the market with sophisticated technology.


The key mobile gambling trends discussed should all be good for the player as vendors fight ruthlessly for their attention and more importantly, money.


There will be some winners, and there could be a lot of losers - we wouldn't like to make a bet on it!


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