Wileyfox Super deals today!

UK’s own smartphone brand Wileyfox is running a decent sale on this year’s Swift 2 Plus, selling the phone for £149 on Amazon UK, £70 off of the retail price of the handset. Wileyfox is also bundling a one-time screen replacement service as well as an official case at no additional cost. The Wileyfox Swift 2 has also received a notable discount, dropping to £119.99, a saving of £55.00. The metal-bodied Swift 2 Plus offers a 5-inch 720p display, Snapdragon 430 SoC, 3GB of RAM, 32GB storage, microSD slot, 16MP camera, 8MP…

The Phones Show Chat (audio podcast)

Download Phones Show Chat episode 360 (“Loud and in Stereo!”,18/09/2016) manually (Size: 57MB, 80 minutes duration). Phones Show Chat 360 – Show Notes Steve Litchfield and Ted Salmon with Gareth Myles Errata & Feedback Michael Warner with iPhone 7 Surveys – One, two, three Tim Evans has first impressions of iPhone 7/Plus Android Pay comes to a new group of UK Banks CCleaner for Android Allen Cross on Android Beta and RMS Explained Device Week Nexus 6P Moto Z & JBL SoundBoost – Ted’s Unboxing (YT: Moto Z & JBL SoundBoost…

Buy one get one from on frappuccinos in Starbucks with Android Pay

For once there is a deal in the UK instead of the States. If you use Android Pay to buy a frappuccino at Starbucks today, you’ll get a second for free. The deal is only valid today and can only be redeemed once, however any Android Pay user can take advantage of it. If you’re a regular Starbucks customer and don’t use Android Pat, be sure and download it, link a bank card and and take advantage of the deal today! [ Source ]

Android Pay is here … for most

After a tense wait Google’s mobile payment service, Android Pay, has been rolling out for supported phones in the United Kingdom. From my post this morning I received a number of tweets to state people were able to get the app, notably on differing devices from Samsung and HTC. However, I could not enable the apk on my Nexus 6p until almost lunch time. A strange occurrence however it is here for most now. A number of folks with the Huawei P9 and Samsung Galaxy S7 have noted failures possibly leading to problems…

Android Pay not quite here yet

Just before Google I/O kicks off tonight we are all eagerly anticipating Android Pay here in the UK and it is being dangled temptingly however we just cannot get it yet. Checking Google Play shows that the banking app is there however users are either far unable to download the app from the Google Play store with a message stating ‘This item is not available in your country’ or no compatible devices are listed. We are eagerly awaiting the real Go Live and hopefully any delay is just for a final bug…