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Play Movies & TV v3.11 Tells Us How Bundles Will Work With The Family Library [APK Teardown]

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 02:55 PM PST


The Play Books update from a couple of days ago turned up the first sign of life for the Family Library we've seen since mid-November. At the time, I made a quick prediction that matching strings would pop up fairly soon in Google's other content apps, and Play Movies & TV is the first to follow through. But this wasn't just a mirror image of the same strings, there's actually a bit of new information regarding movies sold as a bundle and seasons of television shows.

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Play Movies & TV v3.11 Tells Us How Bundles Will Work With The Family Library [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Snapseed Updated To v2.3 With Auto-Straighten, SD Card Installation, And More

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 02:55 PM PST


Google's Snapseed got a big v2.0 update last year, and continued to get some update love on a regular basis after that. Now, it's getting another notable update to v2.3. Google was even gracious enough to provide us with a changelog. Stop, Google. You'll spoil us.

Here's what Google says is new in Snapseed v2.3.

  • Lens Blur: automatic face detection and blur placement
  • Auto-Straighten: automatically adjust to the horizon
  • Improved in-filter help
  • Ability to install Snapseed on external SD card

The lens blur and auto-straighten tools are pretty self-explanatory.

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Snapseed Updated To v2.3 With Auto-Straighten, SD Card Installation, And More was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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SmartTorrent Torrent Client – BitTorrent Client for Android

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 01:44 PM PST

SmartTorrent Torrent Client – BitTorrent Client for Android

SmartTorrent Torrent Client is a native BitTorrent Client for Android, optimized for both mobile devices as well as tablets. Download large files such as movies, music, videos, software and other media directly to your Android Device! Features: Multiple simultaneous torrent downloads Magnet Links support Set file priorities (Ignore,Low,Normal,High) "Wifi Only" download mode to save battery Limit... View Article

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iOS Weather App Maker 'Sunshine' Buys PressureNet, Plans To Make An Android Version

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 12:40 PM PST


Our smartphones come jam-packed with sensors. Do you know what the barometer in your phone is good for? Some apps use it as an altimeter to better map your location and elevation. PressureNet uses it to help predict the weather. With the help of hundreds of thousands of users, this piece of open source software has helped an abundance of people anticipate what the sky may soon drop on the people in their area.

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iOS Weather App Maker 'Sunshine' Buys PressureNet, Plans To Make An Android Version was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Glide Video Messenger Adds Support For Android Wear Following Marshmallow Update

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 12:40 PM PST


Google has, at long last, started rolling out the Android 6.0 update for Android Wear. It will take some time to make it to all watches, but in the case of two devices, the OTA will awaken the dormant speaker. Glide is ready to take advantage of that feature with its video messaging app, which is updated and waiting.

Glide is basically a chat app that lets you quickly record and send videos in addition to text.

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Glide Video Messenger Adds Support For Android Wear Following Marshmallow Update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Moto 360 Sport Now Available Through The Google Store

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 12:15 PM PST

Moto 360 Sport

The Google Store is becoming a pretty good option for purchasing anything Google/Android related and today the store has another item available for purchase.  As predicted, the Moto 360 Sport is now available through the Google Store.  The price is more or less the same as other retailers at $379.99.

As the name suggests, the Moto 360 Sport is the fitness-centric version of Motorola's most recent Android Wear family.  In addition to the more durable and sweat/water resistant band, the Moto 360 Sport also adds a new screen technology for better outdoor visibility and GPS to help track your movement for you.

Like Telus, the Google Store only has the watch available in black at this time but perhaps additional colours will come later on.

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Top 10 new Android games this week: Dreii, Space Grunts

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 12:14 PM PST

Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we're playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any suggestions for next week's post.


DescriptionDreii is a puzzling game about skill, logic and friendship. It subtly connects players in real-time across the world, to help one another in a battle against gravity.


Lost in Harmony

Description:  Dive into a fantastic musical odyssey, brought by an immersive soundtrack imagined by famous composers, including Wyclef Jean. Go beyond by creating and sharing your own levels on ANY SONG with the included level editor.


Laserbreak 2

Description: Laserbreak 2 is the much anticipated sequel to the very popular Laserbreak – the highly addictive and original puzzler that has hooked millions of players worldwide. Control your laser and use various physics objects to collect the coins and destroy the targets.


Goldbeards Quest

DescriptionWhen the Queen of the Dwarven kingdom discovers that the Dwarf Kings' huge party has spent every last coin and drank every last drop of ale she goes to the one dwarf she knows she can trust, Goldbeard. Can he negotiate his way through the dwarven dungeon and fill his magic sack with gold and ale, saving the day for his Queen and the entire Dwarven kingdom!


Marvel Avengers Academy

DescriptionExperience the MARVEL Avengers as you've never seen them before! Build the ultimate Super Hero academy, and play as your favorite Avengers characters reimagined as students developing their superpowers.


Retro Rat Race

Description: Blast your Rat Racer at extreme speed around deviously designed levels rigged with traps and puzzles. A true test of steely determination and razor sharp reflexes.


Bullets Bullets Bullets

DescriptionA 2D shooter that puts you in control of a lone soldier defending the last remnants of earth from alien invaders! Use gold dropped by our unwanted attackers to upgrade your gear with special ammo and grenades. Survive as long as you can to get the most points!


Adventures of Mana

Description Relive the excitement of Final Fantasy Adventure―a timeless classic remastered for a new generation. Adventures of Mana's battle system grants you the freedom to move about the playing field without restriction, allowing for thrilling combat in which you decide when to attack and how to evade.


Space Grunts

DescriptionYou play one, out of a team, of Space Grunts, and your mission is simple: find your way into the moon-base, and figure out what has happened. You'll have to fight your way through aliens, robots, security drones and base-systems.


Party Ball Arcade

Description: Roll up cups of cola with the titular Party Ball and save the party from the angry crabs, rabid racoons and even beings from beyond our world.


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Pay what you want to learn comprehensive coding for the web [Deals]

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 11:15 AM PST

original_2412_PWYW-WebHackerBundle_MF-BundleA key to being a successful coder is having as broad a knowledge base as possible — the more you know, the better you code. With all the languages, platforms, and frameworks in the web development world these days it can be hard to know where to start, but with the Pay What You Want

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Amazon Echo adds Spotify to its musical repertoire

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 10:45 AM PST

Amazon Echo adds Spotify to its bag of tricks. Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of MacAmazon's Echo smart speaker just upped its music game, adding Spotify streaming to its ever-growing list of skills. Now playing your favorite artists and playlists is just a voice command away — at least if you're a Spotify Premium subscriber. "Now playing your favorite music from Spotify is as easy as asking Alexa," said Toni

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Google’s latest Android Wear update adds call support, new gestures

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 10:45 AM PST

Wear gets even greater. Photo: GoogleGoogle today announced another major Android Wear upgrade, adding support for making and receiving phone calls on compatible devices, new gestures, and the ability to use your voice to send messages with a long list of third-party apps. "There are plenty of times when you've got your hands full but still need to stay on

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Android Wear updates adding support for phone calls, new voice actions and gestures

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 09:59 AM PST

Android Wear has given users lots of options for how they wish to interact with their devices since the beginning, and the forthcoming updates are going to expand those options even further.

One of the headline new features is the ability to make and take voice calls on your smartwatch. Owners of Android Wear watches like the Huawei Watch and the ASUS ZenWatch 2, both of which feature an external speaker, will be able to take advantage of this new functionality when the update rolls out in the coming weeks. Presumably we will see additional manufacturers add the necessary hardware to future devices. While I concede this seems like a ridiculous feature, I actually found it useful on more than one occasion during my time with the Samsung Gear S2.

Sticking to the voice theme, more Android Wear apps will now support sending messages by voice alone. Google Hangouts, Nextplus, Telegram, Viber, WeChat and WhatsApp will be the first to support this. Initiating a message through one of these services will be as simple as "Send a (service name) message to…".

Android Wear is also gaining some new gesture controls to go with scrolling. Users will now be able to expand cards by holding their arm out and pushing down to show the active card's first action and repeating the gesture to select this action. To go back you can simply raise your arm up. Opening the apps menu from the watch face relies on the same pushing down gesture. The settings menu can be accessed from the watch face by a twist of the wrist away from the user. The final new gesture is also the most simple, and that is simply shaking your wrist to either return to the watch face or cancel an action.

If any of those gestures sounded confusing, and they were to me initially, take a look at the Android Wear Help page on them.

The entire wearable market is still trying to figure out exactly what we want to do with these devices and what are the best ways to interact with them. While they aren't appropriate for every environment, I think Google is right to keep working on voice commands and interactions with Android Wear, as one of the prime use cases for my smartwatch is getting things done when I don't have my hands free to use my smartphone.

These updates will be rolling out to all devices in the coming weeks, with the caveat that some features, like voice calling, are restricted to devices with the necessary hardware.

What do you think of the new functionality? Is there anything in particular that you are excited to try out when the update arrives?

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Don’t install Marshmallow on your NVIDIA Shield tablet yet!

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 09:45 AM PST

Avoid Marshmallow for now! Photo: NVIDIAReceived an update notification for the Android 6.0 Marshmallow on your NVIDIA Shield tablet? Don't install it! The update comes with a bug that plays havoc with Wi-Fi connectivity, leaving some users with no connection at all. You shouldn't be able to install the update now if you haven't already, because NVIDIA has pulled it.

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Project Tango workshops help bring indoor location apps to life

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 09:41 AM PST

Posted by Eitan Marder-Eppstein, Developer Engineering Lead, Project Tango

GPS helps us find our way outside whether it is turn by turn navigation to the nearest grocery or just getting us oriented in a new city. But once we get indoors, it is not quite as easy - GPS doesn't work, with accuracy dropping and navigation becoming all but impossible. This is one of the reasons why we started Project Tango, which has centimeter-scale accuracy of a device's location, allowing better navigation and experiences in indoor spaces.

Over the past few weeks, we've been collecting amazing ideas from around the world for great apps for Lenovo's Project Tango-powered phone. (Have an idea? If you can dream it, you can submit it!) As part of this program we're hosting workshops, focused on specific Tango features. And we just wrapped up a session that we hosted with Westfield Labs devoted to indoor location. Here are some of the highlights:

As you can see, everyone from retail brands to robot startups joined in on the fun—using Project Tango's motion tracking, depth perception, and area learning capabilities to build some amazing location-based apps. Some of our favorites included:

  • Wayfair made it possible to look through your phone and visualize how a piece of furniture would look in your home.
  • Lowe's Innovation Labs improved in-store navigation by overlaying directions to individual items
  • And Aisle411 created a shop-along experience with some of your favorite celebrities

The next stop in our series is a utilities workshop, where we'll be going deep on getting things done with Project Tango—like taking 3D measurements, or mapping your home or building. In the meantime, keep submitting your ideas to the App Incubator (the deadline is February 15!), and we'll see you soon!

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Bing Android App Gets Big Visual Redesign, Scans Barcodes, Lists Gas Prices, And More In Version 6.0

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 09:25 AM PST


Microsoft has a big Bing theory about how people should use their Android devices. The theory is simple — Microsoft believes you should use your phone to use Bing. And to entice you, the company has revamped the app. When you tap that Bing icon, what you see will look something like this.

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News stories hover below the screen by the default, and you can tap any of the icons along the bottom to switch between restaurants, video, images, and other areas of the app.

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Bing Android App Gets Big Visual Redesign, Scans Barcodes, Lists Gas Prices, And More In Version 6.0 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Android Wear: Designed for your wrist

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 09:21 AM PST

You're walking to meet a friend with coffee in hand. Or maybe it's really cold outside, so you're rocking a pair of mittens. Or maybe you're in the middle of making dinner. There are plenty of times when you've got your hands full but still need to stay on top of reminders, messages, and calls. That's why Android Wear includes things like voice actions and gestures. And today we're expanding these hands-free options in a number of ways:
  • Navigate your watch with new gestures. Scrolling up and down your card stream is as simple as flicking your wrist. Starting today you can also expand a card, bring up your apps, or return home to your watch face with a push, lift or shake. You'll be able to stay connected to what's important, while keeping your phone (or other hand) in your pocket. 
  • Send more messages with just your voice. With Android Wear, you've always been able to get answers to spoken questions. Now you can also use your voice to send messages from apps like Google Hangouts, Nextplus, Telegram, Viber, WeChat, and WhatsApp. Running late for lunch? Just say "OK Google, Send a WhatsApp message to Nathan: I'll be right there." 
  • Make calls and listen to messages with speaker support. Screening calls from your wrist is a nice convenience that comes with Android Wear. Thanks to speaker support, you can now make and take calls over Bluetooth. And you can listen to audio/video messages with apps like Glide. All you need is a watch with a speaker, which today includes the Huawei Watch and the ASUS ZenWatch 2 (49mm).
These improvements are rolling out to all Android Wear watches over the next few weeks, including new watches like the Casio Smart Outdoor Watch and Huawei Watch for Ladies. In the meantime, you can follow @AndroidWear for timely updates and tips.

Posted by Krystal Higgins, User Experience Designer, Android Wear

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Deal: Newegg offering a $25 gift card with every Honor 5X

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 08:59 AM PST

The Honor 5X is already a pretty crazy deal at $199. Many are calling it the best budget smartphone on the market, and just days after it officially launched in the U.S., you can score an even better deal through Newegg.

For a limited time only, every Honor 5X purchase through Newegg will include a $25 gift card, bringing the cost of the Honor 5X down to $174 if you are like me and consider $25 at Newegg basically as good as cash.

The deal is available on all three colors, and at the moment they are all in stock, unlike Amazon, which is backed up about a month on the gold model.

We have no idea how long this offer is going to be available, but if you are interested in the Honor 5X, this is probably the best deal you are going to see anytime soon.

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Crazy LG invites tease G5 unveiling on February 21

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 08:45 AM PST

The G5 is coming. Photo: LGSamsung's next-generation Galaxy S7 won't be the only new smartphone we get from Mobile World Congress on February 21. These crazy invites from LG confirm it will announce its new G5 smartphone on the very same day. The G5 is expected to be a big upgrade over the G4, with a more premium design that

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Verizon gives its prepaid offerings a data boost

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 08:44 AM PST

While the postpaid market certainly gets the lion's share of the attention for mobile coverage, the prepaid market is a critical arena for the carriers and a compelling option for many customers.

Verizon certainly isn't known as a budget offering, and while it isn't the cheapest option in the prepaid world either, it does retain a network advantage in many areas of the country. Today its value proposition just got a lot more interesting with the smartphone prepaid plans that includes 2GB of data for $45 a month or 5GB at $60 a month. That is up from 1GB and 3GB previously. The plans include unlimited talk and text in the U.S. and unlimited texting to Canada and Mexico. Customers are also eligible for another 1GB of data each month if they enroll in Auto Pay.

This compares favorably with T-Mobile's Simple Choice plans that start at $50 for 2GB of data with unlimited talk and text. The big difference is that with T-Mobile, you will fall back to 2G if you go over your data for the month, whereas with Verizon you will be paying for that extra data.

This doesn't make Verizon the clear cut winner in the big carrier prepaid race, but it does at least put them on relatively even footing with the others, and in many areas that is enough to tip the scales in favor of Verizon thanks to its coverage.

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Remember The Milk Gets A Huge Update With New UI, Subtasks, Improved Sharing, And More

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 08:25 AM PST


List manager Remember the Milk has been on Android since time immemorial, but it's been in serious need of an update for some time now. Well, it's happening. Remember the Milk is getting a big update on most platforms today, but particularly on Android. Not only are there new features, the UI has finally been updated to something more modern.

There's a lot going on here, so here's the general changelog provided by RTM.

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Remember The Milk Gets A Huge Update With New UI, Subtasks, Improved Sharing, And More was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Amazon Echo adds playing Spotify music to its résumé

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 07:44 AM PST

With the Amazon Echo getting ready to star in a Super Bowl commercial this weekend, it's not shocking to see it brushing up its résumé and making sure that it is ready to put its best foot forward on a national stage.

Earlier in the week, the Echo picked up the ability to order you a pizza from Domino's, and now once the pizza arrives and a halftime show that you aren't thrilled about starts, you will be able to crank your favorite Spotify music on the Echo to keep the party rolling.

Unfortunately, this functionality is only available to Spotify Premium subscribers, so you will need to pony up $9.99 a month in order to take advantage of this on your Echo. If you haven't tried Spotify Premium previously, you can give it a spin for 30 days before getting hit with a bill.

I'm going to go ahead and recommend that you not hold your breath for Play Music support to arrive on the Echo, which is particularly disappointing to me now that podcasts are available there, as the limited podcast support on the Echo is one of my few complaints with the device.

With all the new functionality and attention that Amazon is going to be drawing to the Echo this month, it would seem like a logical time to take the wraps off that rumored portable version.

Is the Echo getting any more tempting for you? Would a portable version at around $100 push you over the top?

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"Alexa, Play Spotify": Spotify Now Available on Amazon Echo
Spotify Premium subscribers can listen to any song in the Spotify catalog on EchoSEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb. 4, 2016– (NASDAQ: AMZN)— Amazon today announced that Spotify Premium subscribers in the U.S. can now listen to their music on Amazon Echo—just ask Alexa to play any playlist, artist, genre and more from Spotify's catalog. And because Echo also supports Spotify Connect, customers can effortlessly transfer and control their listening experience from the Spotify app to Echo—just select Echo from the list of available devices within the Spotify app. If you don't have Spotify Premium, new users can try Spotify Premium free for 30 days by visiting: http://ift.tt/1JaYz4O."We're extremely pleased that Spotify Premium subscribers can now listen to their favorite music on Amazon Echo," said Ian Geller, Global Head of Hardware at Spotify. "Creating innovative experiences is core to our mission. We know our users will love controlling music with their voice at home."

"Now playing your favorite music from Spotify is as easy as asking Alexa," said Toni Reid, Director, Amazon Alexa. "Music is one of the most popular features on Amazon Echo, and Spotify has been one of the most requested services, so we're excited to bring it to our customers today."

Additionally, Echo customers can play music from Amazon Music, Prime Music, iHeartRadio, Pandora, and TuneIn. Simply ask Alexa for an artist, song, genre, playlist, or station, and once music is playing you can pause and skip tracks using voice commands. Echo is also Bluetooth-enabled so you can stream other music services from your phone or tablet.

Amazon Echo is hands-free and always ready, and with seven microphones and beam-forming technology, it can hear you from across the room—even while music is playing. Alexa—the brain behind Echo—is built in the cloud, so it's always getting smarter. Echo also offers hands-free voice control for information from Wikipedia and the web, weather, timers and alarms, news, shopping/to-do lists, sports updates and scores, smart home features, Audible books, calendar entries, IFTTT, and much more—with new skills being added every week.

Amazon Echo is currently available for $179.99 at Amazon.comand other retail locations across the U.S. For more information, visitwww.amazon.com/echo.

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LastPass' New Logo Dumps The Asterisk For Dots And A Vertical Bar, Looks Pretty Confus•••|

Posted: 04 Feb 2016 07:10 AM PST


Asterisks are serious business. It appears that LastPass was hit with a trademark lawsuit about its logo last year (personal theory: maybe from Asterisk.org?), forcing it to change its brand's identity. The asterisk had to go so the company looked at the visual interface of password fields and saw that dots were now the norm for hiding passwords, not asterisks.

That's where the new logo was born from. The signature red color remains, the black/red logo is also alive, and the font appears to be unchanged.

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Apple Music adds the ability to download music to an SD card

Posted: 03 Feb 2016 08:44 PM PST

Apple's own streaming service, Apple Music, has picked up another set of features in its latest update, with the leading bullet point giving users the ability to download even more of their music.

The update was released on February 3, and it offers at least three new additions to the service for Android users. The biggest part of the new version is the ability to download music to an SD card on compatible smartphones. As Apple puts it in the official update notes, this gives Android users an option to download even more of their music for offline listening.

The update also includes a full schedule for Beats 1 Radio, so you can keep tabs on which shows you want to listen to. Users can now browse through the My Music collection by Composer and Compilation, too.

Are you using Apple Music, or are you sticking with another streaming service?

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Fresh Meat: 10 new Android apps worth checking out

Posted: 03 Feb 2016 08:14 PM PST

New apps need lovin' too, right? Every day there are thousands of additions to the Google Play store, but many go unnoticed and never receive the attention they deserve. We've shown in the past that this community can discover great apps and propel them to new heights. Our weekly Fresh Meat column highlights new apps with fewer than 100,000 installs. Browse our new Android app picks below and let us know which ones you enjoy.


WhatsStats Description: WhatsStats is helper application for WhatsApp friend stats. WhatsStats is gives you an overview of the changes from the selected contact for Whatsapp.



2knock Description2knock – Application, which extends capabilities of managing your phone with Android Wear watch. You can perform various actions with your phone even without touching it: hear a list of missed calls and unread SMS, hear SMS text and make calls to sender. market package="ru.astrosoft.twoknocks.publish"]

Guides by Lonely Planet

Guides by Lonely Planet Description Take Lonely Planet with you on your mobile device and get straight to the heart of where you're going. Our city guides are the ultimate travel companion containing the best of our world-renowned expertise.


Image Gallery for Reddit

Image Gallery for Reddit DescriptionEnjoy thousands of images shared by Reddit community with this unofficial Reddit client app. This app is currently in early stage of development in beta mode only.


Price Statistics For eBay

Price Statistics For eBay DescriptionFind price statistics for active, and completed items. Line graph of sold price over time. Links to buy items.


Gala launcher for Gear VR

Gala launcher for Gear VR Description: Instead of scrolling in Oculus Home to find the game you want to start while wearing Gear VR, now you can find the game in Gala first, then plug your Galaxy in Gear VR, the game will start running automatically, super fast, no hassle.


Ewok Watch Face

Ewok Watch Face DescriptionDress your Android Wear with completely new Ewoks. Six watch faces designed and animated with a single tap on the watch :) They automaticaly change during the time, customisable from the watch.


H&R Block – Income Tax App

H&R Block - Income Tax App DescriptionH&R Block, the largest consumer tax filing company in India and the largest tax filer in the world, has developed an application which allows you to not just file your tax return but save taxes as well.



Flyperlink DescriptionFlyperlink is a revolutionary web browser optimized for multitasking on mobile devices. Features:Link – Click on a link and select Flyperlink to open a floating web browser which shows its content, Share – Use share button of other apps to open its content also in the floating browser, Minimize – Move the bubble or use navigation keys to close content but keep it minimized in the bubble.


All In One Social Media "Fast"

All In One Social Media DescriptionNeed a roommate? Roomi makes it easy to find and connect with compatible roommates in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego (and more cities coming soon!).


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Gold Nexus 6P Now Official In Canada, Receives $50 Discount

Posted: 03 Feb 2016 07:04 PM PST


Three months after Google initially released the Nexus 6P smartphone in Graphite, Aluminium and Frost, the company has finally brought the Gold variant to Canada.

The Gold Nexus 6P was exclusive to the US only until today and for the first time in Canadian history, this will be the 6P's first official price drop. The 32GB Gold model is available on the Google Store for $649 ($50 less than the other colours) and the 64GB goes up to $699, both with free shipping.

It's not clear whether or not Google will permanently continue to sell the Gold variant at a slight discount.

[Google Store]

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Apple Music for Android now allows saving songs to SD card

Posted: 03 Feb 2016 07:04 PM PST

Apple Music now supports saving finally on Android. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of AndroidApple today updated the official Apple Music app for Android to add support for saving offline music to SD card on Android devices. Unlike iOS devices, majority of Android devices still come with a microSD card slot that makes it possible to expand the storage of the handset for cheap. While external storage can be

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