Archive for the ‘Android Apps’ Category

Updated: You can now download the latest version 5.1.11 of Google Play Store APK which brings with it a bunch of changes and bug fixes that users have been facing for quite a while.

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Facebook has released a new app for Android and iOS, named Stickered for Messenger. The aim of this small utility is to supplement Messenger app by allowing you to add stickers to photos before sharing via the company’s chat app.

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Messenger, and instant messaging in general, seems to be the focal point of Facebook’s recent endeavors. After the lofty purchase of WhatsApp – the most expensive mobile app ever created by some margin – the social company’s own client has been the subject of frequent updates, and today, the Menlo Park firm is integrating its FacePile infrastructure into its chat service.

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Fresh from officially having more users than Twitter, Instagram is keen to not rest on its laurels and has today posted to its company blog that updates to both the iOS and Android versions of its apps are now live. Bringing with them new features including five new filters as well as the ability to upload slow motion videos to the service.

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SimCity BuildIt from Electronics Arts has been released for the iOS and Android platforms and is absolutely free to download. The popular genre from Electronic Arts has been around for ages now, and if you are a fan of the SimCity titles available on the PC and Mac, SimCity BuildIt now delivers the same goodness on your iPhone, iPad and Android device.

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Here’s how you can disable or block Facebook Messenger Seen receipts on your Android devices the easy way. More details on this can be found right past the jump.

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Microsoft has broadened its catalog of applications for iOS and Android today with the roll-out of new MSN apps specifically tailored to those running Apple and Google’s mobile platforms. Along with MSN News, Money, Health & Fitness, Food & Drink and Sport, an MSN Weather app is also said to be in the offing, although at this point in time, the latter is not ready for iOS, but is available on the Android platform.

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Even if you’re not an Android user, you’ll have noticed elements of Google’s Material Design initiative appearing throughout the Big G’s product line. From Gmail for iOS to the standard Web search, the aesthetic touch of Android Lollipop could not be accused of hiding away. If you happen to be an early adopter of an Android Wear device, you’ll be pleased to learn that the Mountain View company is pushing yet another major update for the wearable platform, which is now based on Android Lollipop, and with an official watch face API being the marquee feature of this release, it’s perhaps the most significant bump since Android Wear first appeared earlier this year.

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2015 is inching closer each day, and as this year draws to an end you will find the best of ‘everything’ of 2014 – be it apps, cars, cosmetics, movies etc. – on the Internet. As websites try and wrap up their best efforts of this year, Google is not going to wait for any acknowledgement as the search engine giant has released its own “Best Apps of 2014″ list.

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So, with Thanksgiving now upon us, it’s likely that many of you have already spent a great deal on new smartphones, tablets, and of course, food and drink. But app devs are also joining in the shenanigans of today and the rest of the weekend, making huge price cuts that allow app shoppers to snap up some incredible bargains, and having just brought you a long list of paid iOS apps gone free, we’re back with another run-down of Android apps to be had at no cost.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop is still far from a major release on devices other than the Nexus 6 and 9 but the one feature – in addition to loads of others – getting a lot of attention lately is Smart Lock, with the option of adding trusted places. This location based trigger basically tells your device to ease off on the security measures in place for the lock screen on Lollipop. A sweet little addition indeed, and it is limited to Android 5.0 for now. However, this is Android we’re talking about, and you can get the very same feature on any other device which is not even on Lollipop.

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Need for Speed: No Limits is the latest in the NFS lineup for mobile devices, and has been revealed by EA to be hitting your iOS and Android device by next year.

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It’s not often that you get to make your own design and have it printed onto a pair of shoes, but that’s exactly what Adidas is making possible with the miZX Flux service. Originally announced earlier this year, the service is now live in the United States with select other countries set to also join in the fun at a later date including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

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Facebook has continued to dissect the various attributes of its social networking experience, with the Messenger app being the most obvious and widely used spin-off to the main official utility. But it’s not the only aspect of Facebook that could use its own little quite space through which to operate, and with a large chunk of the 1 billion+ user base engaged in groups, Mark Zuckerberg and his software development team have obliged with a separate Groups app for iOS and Android. Details, as ever, can be seen below.

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The Nokia N1 tablet was unveiled today, featuring the new Z Launcher – a home launcher replacement app for Android. So before the public gets its hands on the N1, Nokia welcomes you to try out the new Z Launcher. We see what it has to offer.

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It would be interesting to see how many friendships WhatsApp has destroyed till now, because from today onwards, most who have not suffered the wrath of the infamous Read Receipts feature can remain safe, as the company is now giving an option to users to disable them for good.

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We regularly feature some great deals on apps here, and today’s pickings make for particularly happy reading if you happen to be running Google’s Android mobile operating system. For a very limited time, you can pluck a total of seventeen paid apps for no charge whatsoever, and if your home screen is feeling a little bereft of fresh content, here’s a prime opportunity for you to rectify the situation.

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Google has just rolled out the new messaging app, first seen on the Nexus 6 running Android Lollipop, to the Play Store, meaning those rocking other Android devices can now indulge in this intriguing new application. Provided that your handset is running Android 4.1 or higher, it’ll be ready to run the nice-looking tool simply called Messenger, and as well as the download link, you’ll find all of the relevant details below.

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New leaks show what appears to be a vastly improved Android Wear companion app for Android, and carries Google’s new-found design language.

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Here’s how you can record and mirror your Android device’s screen on Android 5.0 Lollipop without root access.

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