doubleTwist for Android receives a redesign, next major release coming in December

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One of the top music players for Android has undergone a major update. doubleTwist, which broke into the Android scene over a year ago, has released a major update and promises another coming soon. If you use or have used doubleTwist, the new updated UI is a refreshing move forward — ...

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Any.DO helps you keep track of… well… anything you have to do

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Ever get that feeling that you forgot to do something? Chances are… you did. There are all sorts of productivity, notepad, to-do apps out there, but it’s this newcomer that’s garnering attention. Any.DO is a sleek, feature-rich productivity app that aims to simplify your ...

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Multi-touch for SwiftKey X moves out of Alpha, latest Beta version now available to VIP members

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You might remember us telling you about the alpha release of SwiftKey x, which was being tested out by VIP members. The alpha version included the much anticipated multi-touch functionality, and apparently the testing went well, because they have now bumped it up to beta and are releasing it to ...

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Duke says: “No Ads!” – Duke Nukem 3D updated after complaints about ads

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We reported yesterday on Duke Nukem 3D’s release onto the Android Market and of its unusual decision to include ads even though it was a paid app. I personally didn’t agree with the move and we asked our readers what they thought, but apparently there were a boatload of other users ...

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Keep track of your exercise routine with Garmin Fit

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Garmin released its first fitness app onto the Android Market the other day and while it’s been reported to have a few bugs, it looks to be a promising addition to your fitness repertoire. Garmin Fit uses your phone’s GPS to track your movements and provides you with your current ...

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Tethras Takes Android Apps to the Global Level

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Introducing Tethras, a new service that allows developers to translate their apps into over 40 different languages. This is sure to help some devs get their apps to a more broad audience.

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Lookout Mobile Security now available for Android tablets

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Mobile security leader, Lookout Mobile, has been “looking out” for over 12 million smartphone users over the past two years and they are now proud to announce the same great protection for tablet users. Both the free and premium versions are now available to tablet users and offer ...

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Flick Soccer, another flicking game by Full Fat Productions

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Full Fat Productions, creators of Flick Golf, and Coin Drop! managed to flick another game into the Android Market over the weekend. Spawning off their success of Flick Golf, they have released another flicking game, only this time using soccer balls. Flick Soccer’s (or Football to all ...

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Two weeks left to enter the Consumer Reports App Development Challenge [Developers]

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If you havent’ heard, Consumer Reports is holding an App Development Challenge which ends November 8th. This is your opportunity to create the next Consumer Reports mobile application and the chance to win a $10,000 Consumer Reports contract to develop it. To enter, all you have to do is ...

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Google Maps updated to support NFC for Android Beam

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Google Maps was recently updated with a seemingly inconsequential addition: “Reduced app storage size with downloads for different screen resolutions.” It isn’t until actually updating that we find the real reason for the update. Once you hit update, you will be prompted that ...

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Netflix app for Android updated, Honeycomb devices now supported

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The Netflix app has been around for some time now and has worked “unofficially” on just about every device. Every few weeks Netflix drops an update to give “official” support to these devices and today they updated the app to officially support Honeycomb devices. Before ...

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Build Your own Sin City With Game Insight’s Newest Android Game “Rock The Vegas”

Game Insight is known for its highly popular tycoon-style building games such as Paradise Island and My Country. Their newest release “Rock The Vegas” has just recently hit the Android Market and puts users in control of building their very own Sin City. Do it your way by building ...

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Evoqu Releases ShopAdvisor for Android, Alerts you When Prices Drop

Evoqu’s ShopAdvisor app is now available for Android. ShopAdvisor looks to differentiate itself from other shopping apps by not only offering up price comparisons, but allowing you to keep an eye on a product and receive alerts of changes in price or availability. A handy little feature ...

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Android Market App Reviews Finally Become Sortable [About Time]

Well it’s about damn time! One of the biggest complaints I’ve had about Android Market user reviews has been the fact that they aren’t in chronological order. I hate when I check out an app and the first review is months old while the second is two days old. It’s ...

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Sprint ID Gaining Momentum, Six Million Packs Downloaded in the Past Year

Sprint ID recently celebrated its one-year anniversary, and according to Sprint, it has become quite a popular service. Launched last year, Sprint ID gives customers an easy way of customizing their devices with content and apps most likely to suit their interests. Pre-packed bundles allow ...

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