Fleksy Keyboard announces partnership with Sprint App Pass

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Sprint has officially launched App Pass, their new premium app subscription service. Users pay a monthly fee to gain premium access to over 200 apps across two devices, and it will run you $4.99/month (after a 14-day free trial). Beginning today, App Pass will be pre-installed on all Sprint ...

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Top browsers for Android (mid-2014)

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Browser is quite probably an integral part of your everyday smartphone routine, no matter how you use it. Luckily for us there are plenty of browsers populating Google Play Store, many of which are great. Please note that these browsers are listed in no particular order, each of them has ...

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How to install apps that are not in the Google Play Store [Android 201]

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So you stumbled across an application that you can’t find in the Play Store? Don’t worry… we’ll help you install it. This is actually a pretty common way of publishing your Android app. Sometimes Google doesn’t want the app in their store, or sometimes there are ...

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How to force close an app [Android 201]

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Your phone isn’t perfect, and neither are the apps that come on it. When an app misbehaves, there may be something you can do about it. To “force close” an app means exactly what it sounds like: stopping the app without waiting for it to shut down by itself (think of pulling a ...

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Top new Android applications (July 2014)

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We’ve seen many applications launched in July and have picked 5 of those for you. You won’t find games on this list though, we’ve already compiled a list of top new games for July a few days ago. Let’s get started (in no particular order)… Commandr Commandr is ...

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[DEALS & STEALS] Google Play Summer Sale has already kicked off although there’s no official announcement just yet

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It’s summer. Many of you are out there on a vacation of some sort. Perhaps you want to play a game or do something productive on your Android device while you’re lying around resting. If that’s the case then we have some news for you. Android Police released a list of apps and ...

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How I Android (mid-2014)

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The beauty of Android is in the ability to customize it, do whatever you like and use it as such. In other words you’re not nearly as limited as you are in other mobile platforms. Of course there are some limitations on Android as well, but even those disappear once you root the device. ...

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[DEALS & STEALS] Plex and three Anomaly games are on sale

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Take control of your personal media with Plex. For all of you who don’t know what Plex is, it is a service which organizes your photos, music and videos so that you can stream/watch those wherever you want via personal computer or a smartphone/tablet device. Plex is usually priced at ...

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Download all the Android L Apps [APK]

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We’ve already seen a lot of Android L goodness, from wallpapers to keyboards, but now thanks to the guys over at XDA, you can download all the apps that come with Android L all at once. The list is pretty extensive and contains all the Android L app .APK’s, some of which will be ...

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Yahoo Aviate: Flight out of beta

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Yahoo Aviate, after spending quite some time in beta, is finally ready for the public. Yahoo has removed the invite system and the app no longer requires you to have an invite code for access. They have also added a UI update providing a cleaner launcher than before. For those who aren’t ...

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Google Now learns a new quick links trick when you perform a music search

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Google Now keeps on moving forward, adding in new features all the time. This time they’ve added a small, but a nifty one. If you decide to search for music of some kind, Google will (as it did thus far) show you the results of your search. However, from now on it will offer you... Read More

Sunrise intros new apps

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Sunrise, a free calendar made for Google Calendar and iCloud, just introduced apps, adding the ability to connect Songkick, Evernote, Github, Asana and TripIt to your calendar. If you needed another way to connect all of your apps and view them in one place, look no further. Sunrise said that ...

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Get features from the OnePlus One and CyanogenMod 11S on your device

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It may be hard to come across an invite to buy the OnePlus One featuring the special edition CyanogenMod ROM, CM11S, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get some of the features now, except for the lockscreen. The source code for the device has been released and a system dump has showed ...

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Create 3D live wallpapers with Depth Photo Live Wallpaper [App of the Day]

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As seasoned Android users know, there are many live wallpaper apps on the Google Play Store. Recently a trend has emerged with blurred backgrounds as well as those that offer a parallax effect as your live wallpaper. iOS 7 introduced the effect for iPhones a while back, and HTC debuted a 3D ...

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The smart, simple Tomi File Manager is here [App of the Day]

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When it comes to apps, I like to try as much of the new ones as I can, but usually don’t keep them around for very long. I do, however, get very excited when there is an app that does a better job than an app I currently have, including note-taking, camera apps, messaging apps, file... ...

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