Google announces Glassware Review Process for third-party developers

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Google Glass Explorers and developers for the platform will be happy to hear that Google has just announced a Glassware Review Process for developers. The announcement came via a Google+ post by Timothy Jordan. Glassware is what Google has named apps built specifically for Google Glass. ...

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Duolingo – Comprehensive language-learning in your pocket

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Duolingo finally brought their web-favorite language-learning software to Android, and it is easily the best way to start learning a new language on the go.  Duolingo brings all its web features to our smartphones including broken hearts, trophies, and a sleek interface. It is no secret that ...

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New Google Apps admin app for Android announced

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If you or your company uses Google Apps, or you’re an IT admin of sorts with a company or client who does, chances are you’re fully aware of how much of a pain management of users can be while on the run. Now, Google has announced the new mobile Admin app. Just two weeks after... ...

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Find My Friends! – A family and friends locator that will inform (and scare) you

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Find My Friends! (FMF) is a location-sharing app similar to Glympse, but it also adds police reports, check ins, and mugshots to give you an eerie look into what you may or may not know is going on around you. FMF prides itself on adding friends and family members to keep an eye on each... Read More

Everything.me (beta) debuts as your dynamic Android app launcher

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For those of you who like to change up the home screen of your Android, or try new app launchers, we submit something quite new and intriguing. It’s called Everything.me and it’s billed as a dynamic and adaptive launcher that changes with your moods. No matter which app launcher ...

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Google Play 4.0 leak shows off cleaner design

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Google Play may be getting a face lift soon. The team over at Droid Life published photos yesterday of what they say is Google Play, 4.0. The new version, which is a lot more than the minimal tweaks they have done since 2011, seems to provide an updated interface with larger icons and a more ...

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The Humble Bundle is Back!

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The Humble Bundle is back, and this time every game is compatible with Android. The Humble Bundle is a great way to purchase a few cross-platform games all in one pack. Instead of paying a set price for the set, you actually get to choose your own price and you can even choose how the... Read More

Google Play blows past 25 billion app downloads

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The Google Play Store has now seen 25 billion (with a ‘B’) installs of its Android-based apps and games, according to the official Android blog.  And it’s not just a simple milestone reached at the same, steady rate.  No, the Play Store is building momentum and growing at a ...

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Dick’s Sporting Goods debuts official Android app

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Dick’s Sporting Goods today announced that it recently began offering an official Android application. Arriving some time late last week, the free app lets users find a nearby store, shop for products, and follow Dick’s on social networks. Like other retail-based apps, this one also ...

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EA Mobile optimizes titles for Amazon Kindle Fire family

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EA Mobile is sending out an email today to advise that their games are now optimized for the Kindle Fire, and that new Kindle Fire HD. Titles such as The Game of Life, Tetris, Madden 12 and Plants Vs. Zombies are just some of the featured games they have ready for the new Amazon Kindle. We have ...

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Orbotix to launch host of games for Sphero, entertain us even more

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Sphero owners will soon have more to do with that robotic ball than just draw circles, as Orbotix has announced several (five, to be exact) Sphero-specific games that are sure to occupy hours days of free time. Each game is different from the next, so there should be something for everyone. ...

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Five for Friday: Android apps from our favorite restaurants

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It’s Friday and that means we’re ready to go grab a burger after work and relax a bit.  Who are we kidding?  We like to do this any day of the week. Nevertheless, we big fans of good and/or fast food and we love nothing more than to have an excuse to use our phones.... Read More

Save a life, buy an app

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Rest in peace to the bad guys, or, if you’re too cheap to support a developer by paying for their application, the good guys. The United States Department of Justice has gone on a killing spree, crushing three of the best-known websites and markets for Android piracy. Snappz Market, ...

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Google urges developers to make “beautiful, powerful, successful” apps, allows devs to respond to user reviews in Play Store

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with Google IO coming up soon, Google is focusing an extremely pinpointed light on their developers. The Android Developer Site has a brand new look to boot, and Google is encouraging developers to make their apps more beautiful, with more streamlined and simple interfaces. According to the ...

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Pogo from EA hits Android with some free games to play

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EA has been no stranger to the mobile scene, launching many of its prized franchises into the app stores of Android, iOS, and WP7, along with some games that were developed specifically for mobile. Their latest foray is a gaming center app called Pogo, where quite a few games can be played from ...

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