Organize colors as quickly as you can with Compulsive [App of the Day]

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I know, I know. The last thing we’re all looking for is another addictive puzzle game. But Compulsive is so addicting that we can’t let it go! The premise is simple. You have a grid of colorful tiles, and it’s your job to join the like colors together. You can move any tile ...

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Colorem: Color Blocks Wisely is simple premise with increasing difficulty

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There is no shortage of puzzle games in the Play Store, but Colorem: Color Blocks Wisely offers a fresh spin on the familiar puzzle game concept. The concept is simple. The player is given four colors, and one by one they must color blocks on a grid in an effort not to place two blocks... Read More

Timehop comes to Android – “Did I really say that?” [App of the Day]

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The popular iOS app, Timehop, is finally on Android, and it’s here to make you feel infinitely nostalgic. Timehop gives it’s users an easy way to look back in time. It’s basically a feed of your favorite social networking sites, but only shows posts from a couple of years ago. ...

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Multitasking Pro aims to bring more functionality to your device

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If you’re a power user like myself, you may notice that stock and most manufacturer versions of Android do not let you have two programs on your screen at once. Multitasking Pro aims to change that by adding a sidebar app that lets you use multiple apps at once. One of the reasons I ...

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uPod, an Android podcast player worthy of your attention [App of the Day]

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For all you podcast fanatics out there, a newly released app, uPod, is a must have to keep your podcast organized and easily accessible across all your devices! uPod allows you to keep track of all your favorite audio/video podcast subscriptions when you’re on your tablet or on your ...

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City Monkey goes bananas on Android

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Like most of us, you have probably yearned for an pixel-art styled multiplayer game that lets you shoot banana rockets and pineapple grenades at your friends. City Monkey provides that in a Worms-like atmosphere where you can go bananas on your friends. The violently fun shooter game lets you ...

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FlipBeats, getting the most out of your music [App of the Day]

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Who doesn’t enjoying plugging into their phone and turning on their favorite tunes? I know there is nothing like shutting out the world and just getting lost in some of my favorite songs.  However, I never thought if I was truly getting the music experience until FlipBeats arrived! ...

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Load links the correct way with Link Bubble [App of the Day]

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When browsing the Internet on your smartphone, there are a few problems when you need to click on a link. Take the official Twitter app, for instance. If you click on a link, the browser needs to load, then continues to launch the dedicated app for that link. Or when you’d like to load ...

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Our favorite news readers for Android

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After Google Reader died, the poor souls who used RSS feeds for their main source of news were forced to move on. RSS isn’t dead quite yet, and there are tons of really nice apps for Android out there. Here’s a list, in no particular order, of some of the readers we use on our... ...

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FlashScore Livescore international sports score tracking hits Android

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FlashScore.com has long been a destination for those looking to get their international sports scores. With the introduction of a Google Play store app, FlashScore brings what its readers online and on iOS loved to Android. Boasting coverage of 5,000 independent competitions and lighting-fast ...

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Flyne lets you read offline! (App of the Day)

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Flyne is a beautiful Twitter and Feedly reader that allows you to read your feeds offline. Joaquim Verges, the developer of the popular Twitter app Falcon Pro, has created another very functional, very pretty app. Flyne’s main goal is to provide you with news from Twitter lists and Feedly ...

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Chromedrop brings challenging, yet beautiful casual gaming experience

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One of the things that Google has really focused on with Android is trying to inspire developers with its Holo design guidelines. One of the most recent games to Google Play that sticks to those guidelines is Chromedrop. Chromedrop combines elements from trading card and casual games, while ...

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Share content on multiple social networks at once with Polarbear Beta [App of the Day]

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If you’re like most people who use social networking, odds are you would like to post to multiple sites and accounts at once. The process of copy and pasting your text and posting it on different sites can get monotonous very quickly. Polarbear Beta for Android is here to help with that ...

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ZTE Boost Max review

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The Boost Max aims to give users a premium phablet experience with a small price tag. Do you remember when smartphones were upwards of $500? Some still are, like the Samsung Galaxy S4, Note 3, and the HTC One. Recently in the United States, prices of handsets have gone significantly down, ...

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Samsung debuts Milk Music for Galaxy owners [App of the Day]

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Samsung recently announced an application only for ‘Galaxy’ owners. It’s a free radio service without any ads; Milk Music is Samsung’s way of replying to Apple’s iTunes Radio. The app is available for download in Google Play Store and it’s compatible with the ...

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