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The LG G Watch is now incredibly affordable. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

The LG G Watch is now incredibly affordable. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Retailers have been offering some great prices on the LG G Watch for weeks, but its price tag on Google Play has remained the same since the device made its debut back in June. Now Google has finally brought its price down to $99 for Black Friday, and to make the deal even sweeter, all Android Wear watches come with $50 Play Store credit.

The Stand Folio protects your Nexus 6 and carries your cards. Photo: Google

The Stand Folio protects your Nexus 6 and carries your cards. Photo: Google

The Stand Folio Case for the Nexus 6 is now available to purchase from Google Play. Made by Case-Mate, the folio provides front and back protection for your shiny new smartphone, carries your credit cards, and folds into a handy stand for watching movies or making video calls.

Get your Nexus 6 on Sprint this weekend for free apps, games, movies, music, and more. Image: Google

Get your Nexus 6 on Sprint this weekend for free apps, games, movies, music, and more. Image: Google

While it’s still too early to find any decent reductions on the Nexus 6 for Black Friday — it has only been on sale for a few weeks — you could get $50 in Google Play Store credit if you buy the device from Sprint. The promotion will run over the Thanksgiving weekend, starting Friday, November 28, according to a leaked Sprint document.

This logo isn't the only modification AT&T will make to your Nexus 6. Photo: AT&T

This logo isn’t the only modification AT&T will make to your Nexus 6. Photo: AT&T

If you’re buying your new Nexus 6 on AT&T, you’re not going to get the completely pure Android experience you were probably expecting. We already know that the carrier is slapping its logo onto the back of Google’s latest smartphone before shipping it to customers, but it seems a number of changes are being made to its software, too.

Numbers and extra keys. Photo: KIllian Bell/Cult of Android

Numbers and extra keys. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Google has greatly improved its default Android keyboard for Lollipop, not only by giving it a Material Design overhaul, but by adding new features as well. One of those is the ability to add a number row and other special keys to the keyboard, but enabling them can be pretty tricky. Here’s what you need to do.

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