NVIDIA Shield Tablet update brings much to the table

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The NVIDIA Shield Tablet has received a new update recently. Version 1.1 of the Firmware for NVIDIA Shield is expected to be packed with bug fixes and features, as it is the first update. Luckily, for NVIDIA Shield users, it is packed with fixes and features, you can view the change log below. ...

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Archos announces new Android tablets, smartphones, and gadgets for IFA

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Archos has announced a number of new smartphones and tablets ahead of the annual IFA trade event, a couple of which run Android. First up is the 5-inch 50b Platinum, a handset that runs Android 4.4 KitKat and features a quad-core processor. Additional specifications include an 8-megapixel rear ...

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The Elite Android Hacker Bundle: Lifetime access to developer mastery courses 92% off [Deal of the Day]

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With its rapid proliferation and global popularity, most developers would be wise to add Android programming to their repertoire. Considering the time and financial constraints of everyday life, not everyone has access to the resources necessary to develop an expertise in the craft. The Elite ...

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Our interview with Pierre Valade, CEO at Sunrise Calendar

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If you’ve been looking around for a great calendar application for your Android, chances are you’ve stumbled upon Sunrise Calendar. The long-term iOS exclusive came out for Android a few months ago, and we’ve been following it ever since the first beta releases. It’s ...

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HTC Zoe (beta) released for Android devices running 4.4

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HTC released its, no longer proprietary app, called Zoe in the Google Play store, in beta mode, for Android users who run 4.4.  This app is no longer only available just for HTC devices and can be installed on devices like the Samsung Galaxy S5 and LG G3.  When I owned a HTC One, a favorite... ...

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Wally: Wallpaper app with Material Design [App of the Day]

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Like many of you, I’m pumped for Android L and the refreshed design language that will come with. Developers have been given a taste as to what Android’s next design principles are with the Android L Developer Preview, which mainly highlights Material Design.   Only a handful ...

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Photo editing app Afterlight comes to Android

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One of the best photo editing apps on iOS has made its way over the fence, and now Afterlight is available on Android. Boasting numerous filters and adjustable effects, together with textures, frames, and even some Instagram inspired special filters, Afterlight is packed with functionality. ...

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Fleksy Keyboard launches Arabic beta, demos typing in Chinese, and brings four new themes!

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The folks over at Fleksy are always working hard to bring you the next big thing when it comes to typing. The app is updated just about every month with what seems like 1,000 improvements every time. We’ve got another one here, and if you’re at all interested in Arabic or Chinese, ...

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Google Purchases Smart Messaging Service Emu!

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Google has purchased the smart messaging application Emu. There is very little news on the details of the purchase, such as selling price or what Google plans to do with Emu. Emu did confirm on their website that they were indeed purchased by Google. If you are not familiar with the smart chat ...

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Facebook will force you to use the Messenger app if you want to chat

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If you use Facebook app for chating purposes via Facebook, you’re out of luck. Facebook is going to force you to install Facebook Messenger in order to do that rather soon, in the next few days actually. So, here’s the gist. Facebook didn’t make an official statement, they ...

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Top new Android games (July 2014)

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Out of many new games that are being released for Android platform on a daily basis, we’ve selected 4 which got released this month. Without further ado, here they are in no particular order… Timberman This is one of those pesky little games that you just can’t stop playing. ...

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Google Maps gains new exploration features in latest update

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Google wants to make it even easier to discover the world around you so they are updating the Google Maps app. A new “Explore” feature is being integrated into the Android and iOS apps and is designed to help users explore nearby places. Rather than deliver a generic list of places ...

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Amazon adds ‘hundreds of thousands of songs’ to Prime Music

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Amazon on Wednesday announced the recent addition of “hundreds of thousands of songs” and hundreds of playlists to its Prime Music service. Included as part of an Amazon Prime account, the experience allows for access to over one million songs at no additional cost. Members can ...

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Fleksy Keyboard 3.0: New themes, customizations, and the all new Fleksy Store

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Looking for a new keyboard to spice up your typing style? Now is probably a good time to try “the world’s fastest keyboard.” Just announced is Fleksy 3.0 – a new look, theme store, and new customizations to the popular keyboard. The theme store is put in place for ...

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“Save Once, View Anywhere” with Facebook’s new feature

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Facebook is introducing a new ‘Save’ feature which, like many other apps and services, allows you to save articles or posts you see in your News Feed and view them at another time. This feature can be perfect for quickly getting caught up on your News Feed without viewing every post ...

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