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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HTC’s official Sense keyboard reaches the Play Store

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HTC already has a bunch of official applications released on the Google Play Store. Time has come to do the same for their Sense keyboard app which is now available over there. The app will unfortunately work only with HTC compatible devices. This was to be expected though. We don’t have ...

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Google Maps version 8.2 is out, download and install it now [APK]

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I bet over 90% of Android device owners out there use Google Maps, not only because it’s the default maps application that comes with Android but because it’s the best service out there, by far. Google Maps in version 8.2 is now available and it brings a handful of features/changes ...

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Get a bit more organized using a Terrain Home launcher [App of the Day]

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There are a lot of launchers in the Android space that you can choose from. Some of the most popular ones are Nova, Smart Launcher, Aviate and Action Launcher. Each of these is unique in its own way, as is the one we’re going to talk about today, Terrain Home: Sidebar & Search. ...

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SwiftKey is now free, adds in-app premium features

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SwiftKey is probably the most popular 3rd party keyboard for Android and rightfully so. It has an amazing prediction algorithms along with a bunch of other capabilities which make it so popular. SwiftKey got updated and along with that update came some nifty features along with a 100% price ...

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Google might have quietly changed the Android logo

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The Android logo has remained pretty much unchanged ever since its inception but now a new 17-second video posted by @upleaks reveals the boot animation of the LG G Watch and a new logo. The new Android logo appears entirely in a lower case font, with a softer feel to it than the previous ...

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Google tweets screenshot of new Dialer app

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It seems like the Google Nexus account may have accidentally tweeted out an image of the new Android Dialler app in response to a support request on Twitter. Ok so it’s not the most exciting leak in the world, but it shows yet another app that may be updated independant of the Android ...

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Staples drops prices on all Nexus 7 devices, new Nexus may be looming

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If you’re in the mood for speculation, put on your monocles and grab your corncob pipes, and indulge me for a moment. From leaks and rumors all over the internet, we’re seeing signs of a brand-spankin’-new Nexus 7-ish device coming soon to a phoneaholic near you. Retailers ...

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Hangouts (formerly Google Talk) Android app review

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From the moment it was announced at I/O I was absolutely hooked. I used talk daily for work and a lot for talking to my fellow Android fanatics, so a face-lift and bundle of new features were definitely a welcome update. First let me talk about what a huge departure this is from the bland old ...

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LG teases new mystery phone on Facebook

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With Mobile World Congress in sight at a distance of just a few weeks, LG has decided to drop a bomb… a mysterious bomb. *Cue dramatic music* The company has made a post on their Facebook, saying “See what surprise LG has in store for you this time, with an unexpected ...

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HTC M7 set to have “simple and clean” UI, all-black design

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the rumored HTC M7 has gotten some insider information leaked, and HTCSource has the scoop. According to the source, the HTC M7 will be running Android 4.1.2 (which has a possibility of being updated before it is released), and a new version of HTC Sense, more than likely 5.0. On top of this, ...

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Firefox for Android out of Beta, promises to upgrade your Android browsing experience

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The folks over at Mozilla have been tinkering with Firefox for Android for some time now. Old versions always seemed to be very “beta” in the way they handled, with slowdowns being a norm and unhappy testers being the same. However, with the new version, we can see some massive ...

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A Blurred Vision of a New Casio Android Handset

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We have news from someone in the Android community who was fortunate enough to spend some time in a Casio focus group recently. He came away with a spec list for a new Casio phone that may be of some interest. It was also mentioned that most of these devices were headed to Verizon. Have you... ...

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Samsung Transform Ultra on Boost Mobile [Review]

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Its seems that lately, all the “good” Android phones have been locked into a 2 year contract with one of the top carriers. It’s very rare that a pre-paid service provider like Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile, produces a high end (or at least decent) smart phone. With the addition of ...

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Samsung Rolling out Media Hub Beta to AT&T Galaxy S II Owners

Effective today, Samsung is letting people sign up to receive a beta version of the new-to-come Media Hub. At the start, this beta is only available for the AT&T Samsung Galaxy II and will add features for TV shows and Movies. This new Media Hub will be able to output the purchased media to ...

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