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This Black Friday deal brings the Shark Navigator NV360 Vacuum down to $100

There’s no use in waiting ’til Thanksgiving to start your holiday shopping. Black Friday deals are starting even before November this year! We’re seeing retailers like Best Buy and Target offering deals we’d normally expect during the end of next month right now instead. Tech, home decor, appliances and more are dropping in price, such as this Shark Navigator NV360 Upright Vacuum. Right now it’s discounted by $130, bringing its price down to $99.99. This deal marks a return to the best price this vacuum has ever reached.

This deal at Amazon is a price-match of a sale happening at Best Buy, so you could also pick it up there once it inevitably sells out at Amazon. This low price certainly won’t last forever, so don’t wait!

The Shark Navigator NV360 is a powerful, upright vacuum featuring Lift-Away technology, allowing you to lift away the pod and clean above the floor with a lightweight, versatile handheld vac. You can shutoff its spinning brushroll for gentle bare floor cleaning. It has a large-capacity dust cup for longer cleaning sessions, while its anti-allergen complete seal works to capture and trap 99.9% of dust and allergens inside. Best of all, it’s lightweight enough to make manuevering around furniture and other obstacles a breeze.

This is one of Shark’s most popular vacuums these days, featuring a rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon with reviews from nearly 10,000 customers. It’s also currently the #1 seller in upright vacuums, though today’s stellar low price is surely helping out there.

We’ll be seeing plenty more Black Friday deals going live over the next few weeks, so now is the time to keep your eyes peeled! We’re keeping track of all the best discounts that are currently available in our guide to Black Friday 2020.

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Proscenic M7 Pro LDS Robot Vacuum Cleaner review

Up for review today is a robot vacuum cleaner from Proscenic. We’ve had a number of robot vacuum cleaners pass through here and each one has its benefits. Whether it’s price, overall functions, or the ability to tie it into our smart home, there’s usually something to love. How does the Proscenic M7 Pro fare? Read on to find out.DesignThere’s not much to say in regards to the design of the Proscenic M7 Pro. If you’ve seen one robovac, you’ve pretty much seen them all. The M7 Pro uses the typical circular shape with a sensor on the top for mapping. On the underside are the wheels, main brush, two side brushes, and charging contacts.Proscenic provides a large dustbin that’s easy to empty and includes a storage space for the cleaning brush making it easy to clean.User ExperienceMy first impression of the Proscenic M7 Pro was that it is very aggressive. While roaming through the house I found it rammed into objects with more force than other robovacs I’ve used in the past. However, it wasn’t a major issue, but I did notice it had knocked objects off a side table we have, and it got stuck on top of a floor standing fan in one room that has a base 1.5-inches tall.Alternatively, all the other robovacs I’ve used in the past, would give a gentle tap and go around the fan and other objects that the M7 Pro seemed determined to bump and push around if possible. Knowing that, you may want to follow it closely on its first run to ensure it won’t knock anything over, or rearrange your home by moving trashcans or other lightweight objects. Something else I noticed it was guilty of.One other thing to watch out for is if you place the M7 Pro near an area with a TV. This is because our TV remote would send the signal to start cleaning whenever we turned on the TV. At first, it was confusing, then it was funny, and soon after it became annoying. Even though the M7 was not in the line of sight with the TV, somehow it still picked up the infrared signal from time to time when we used the remote.Besides those minor issues, the Proscenic M7 Pro did a good job. Setting it up was quick and easy, I had it charged and mapping the house in no time. Afterward, I was able to dig into the app to play with some of the more advanced features such as, partitioning the house up into smaller areas, setting up restricted areas, and scheduling cleaning times.If you’re not into scheduling your cleaning times, you can always start the M7 Pro manually using the included remote control, the app, or giving a command using Google Assistant. The last way has to be my favorite, there is something so satisfying about bossing your robovac around by voice command.AppOverall, the Proscenic app functions fine, but it could certainly use some more polish. Most of the terms are clear enough, but you can tell that it’s been translated by someone who isn’t a native speaker. Especially when words that don’t exist in the English language such as “responsing” appear in the app.Also, while the app offers most of the advanced functions I’ve come to love from other robovacs, I found it to be a bit clunky to use. For example, when I tried to set up some restricted areas in the app, it wouldn’t allow me to zoom in or place them flush against some walls. This made creating restricted areas more cumbersome and less precise.Another minor criticism I had in regards to the app, was I often had issues with it refreshing automatically if I left the app or turned off my phone for a few minutes. Backing out of the live map and clicking back on the M7 Pro tile in the app was a quick and easy fix. However, I’d rather it just refresh automatically when I re-open the app.As I said above, the app functions fine, but some improvements to the English translation and polish on the user interface would be very welcomed.How well does it clean?The Proscenic M7 Pro uses a high-powered motor capable of up to 2700Pa of suction power. I don’t know what any of that means, but I can tell you that running the M7 Pro resulted in filling up the dustbin with plenty of debris from my home. I was impressed by how full it would get each time we ran it through the house, even with running it a couple of times a week, it seemed to pick up more dirt and lint that I could have imagined was in our carpet. There is no doubt in my mind that the M7 Pro left the floors significantly cleaner each time it ran.MoppingThe mopping function was less impressive, however. Like other two-in-one robovacs I’ve used, the “mopping” is more akin to dragging a damp rag over the flooring. That certainly helps get up any residual dust, but it’s not exactly what I’d call mopping.Overall, it won’t replace mopping in the kitchen where you may get stains or grime on the floor, but it works great if all you want to do is get the dust off your hardwood floors. I have to point out though that the M7 Pro’s “Y mopping” provided some of the most even coverage I’ve ever seen and I was very impressed by that. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a way to get it to mop the entire area when using Y Mopping as it didn’t seem to adhere to the “zone cleaning” when in that mode.Final ThoughtsWhile the Proscenic app could use some improvements, and the M7 Pro could be a little aggressive moving through the house, it still does its job and does it well. It keeps my floors clean, has fantastic battery life, and offers advanced features at a reasonable price.You can pick up the Proscenic M7 Pro from Amazon or the Proscenic website with or without an auto empty station starting at $367.Buy from Amazon Buy from Proscenic

Discovery+ streaming service launches on January 4 in the U.S.

I know what you’ve been thinking lately, it sure would be great if I had yet another streaming service to pay for. Luckily for you, there is a new one on the way from Discovery and its associated networks.The new streaming service will be called Discovery+ and feature more than 55,000 episodes at launch from networks including A&E, Discovery, Food Network, HGTV, The History Channel, Lifetime, OWN, TLC, and more. According to Discovery, the new streaming service will be “the definitive non-fiction real-life subscription streaming service” with over 2,500 shows combined from its portfolio of networks.Beyond getting your reality show fix with shows like 90 Day Fiancé, Ice Road Truckers, Pawn Stars, and 60 Days In–Discovery+ will also include exclusive access to BBC’s “largest natural history offering” featuring content from Blue Planet and Planet Earth. Discovery+ has also scored the streaming rights for the 2021 Olympic Games in Europe.Additionally, Discovery+ will be home to a host of original streaming programming. Fans of the 90 Day Fiancé series will be thrilled to know there are several shows in the works revolving around the cultural phenomenon. Plus, some Food Network alums like Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, Duff Goldman, and even comedian Amy Schumer will have new shows exploring the culinary world. And that is only a portion of the new exclusive original programming coming to the U.S. via the new streaming service in 2021.Discovery+ launches in the U.S. on January 4, 2021, and has already begun rolling out globally in the U.K., Ireland, Italy, India the Netherlands, and more. In the U.S. the service will start at $4.99 a month for the ad-supported plan or you can go ad-free for only $6.99 per month. For that price, you’ll be able to have up to five user-profiles and four concurrent streams at once.Verizon customers on select plans will also be treated to 12 free months of Discovery+ thanks to a partnership between the two companies. In order to qualify, you’ll need to be a new or existing customer subscribing to the Play More or Get More Unlimited plan. Customers with the Start or Do More plans will also be eligible for 6 free months of Discovery+. Lastly, new subscribers to Verizon 5G Home Internet or Fios Gigabit may also qualify for three to six months “depending on their plan.”

The HyperSonic DX noise cancelling earbuds are just $40

Shopping for gifts for that music lover in your life? Why not give them the gift of great sound that goes anywhere they do? We’re talking, of course, about wireless earbuds.The HyperSonic DX, just $40 in the AG Deals Store, are an affordable way of providing a long-lasting and comfortable listening experience. Not only that, but they’re stylish as well.HyperSonic’s exclusive DX Noise Cancelling Earbuds are engineered to bring you the feeling of exhilaration and excitement of being on stage with your favorite singer. Equipped with a 3D Hyper Definition Sound Engine, these earbuds deliver pure sound reproduction, clarity, and improved dynamic range, revolutionizing the way you listened to music. With passive noise cancellation technology, you are assured that any ambient sound is blocked out totally.Features3D Hyper Definition Sound Engine. Deliver pure sound reproduction & clarityPassive Noise Cancellation. Ensures ambient sounds are completely blocked outPillow Soft Ear-Tips. For optimum in-ear stabilityBluetooth 5 Technology. Eliminate call & music dropoutsBeam Forming Microphone Technology. For optimum audio clarity in video & voice calls20 Hours Playtime. Enjoy non-stop music entertainmentOrder Yours Today!Purchase your pair of HyperSonic DX wireless earbuds from the AG Deals Store today for just $40.Best SellersEarn Credits!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Google Photos new live wallpaper feature cycles through your Memories

When Google first launched its Photos app, it immediately became one of the best ways to manage the image library on your phone. Over the years, Photos has continued to grow constantly adding new and exciting features along the way.Today, marks another one of those occasions where Google has introduced a new way to utilize the precious memories you’ve captured. Rolling out in the latest 5.22 update of the app, is a live wallpaper option that our friends over at XDA-Developers spotted.With this new feature, Google Photos will create a live wallpaper by cycling through photos in your Memories collection. In case you didn’t know, Memories are photo collections that the Photos app has created for you by using machine learning to group images based on the places or people within them. Google introduced this feature in 2019 along with ordering local prints of your images.Now, it seems the sentimental search giant has come up with a new useful way to utilize the albums it creates. What good are the fantastic images you’ve captured if you never get to see them? Having them front and center on your phone will allow you to stroll down memory lane each time you unlock your device.To use the new feature, you’ll need to be running the latest 5.22 version of Google Photos. If your app hasn’t updated already, you can snag version 5.22 from APK Mirror like I did and install it manually.After you have the latest version installed, go to the wallpaper picker on your phone and select “live wallpapers.” From there, you should see an option for Memories. Selecting it will show you a preview as it cycles through the photos in your Memories and you can set it as your wallpaper.Unfortunately, not all my AI curated Memories photos are winners. It would be a lot better if Google gave us a little control over what albums are used for the live wallpaper. Then I wouldn’t have to see things like product photos, selfies, or dimly lit noisy photos of food.While it’s still upsetting that Google will end support for backing up your images for free in 2021, this new feature goes to show that Photos is more than just a backup tool. Google has taken what it has learned from the images we’ve stored on its servers and continues to find useful ways to help us rediscover what we captured.