Archive for the ‘Android Apps’ Category

Google Now has been around for quite a while now and it has been quietly gaining some impressive abilities over the last couple of years. Having Google Now look at your emails and then surface important information like flight data or shipping notices from Amazon will never get old, and now according to a Google blog post, things are about to get a whole lot more interesting.

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Although iOS, Android and Windows Phone all compete in the ongoing battle of the mobile platforms, it still makes sense for each of their respective vendors to create and maintain apps that serve a wider audience beyond their own ecosystems. Sure, Apple’s only charitable donation to the Play Store and Windows Phone Store is the inherited Beats Music at this point, but Microsoft is a lot more generous in this regard, and adding to a fleet of utilities already available at the App and Google Play Stores, the software giant has just dropped an official Outlook app for both iOS and Android, which is actually a rebranded and toned up Acompli app that it acquired back in December of last year. Full details, as well as those all-important download links, can be seen after the leap.

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Here’s how you can stream and play your favorite PC games on an Android smartphone and tablet the easy way. For more details, head past the jump.

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Is the Facebook app for Android slowing down your entire experience? In light of the abundance of budget Android phones out there, the social networking giant has just launched Facebook Lite – a lighter version of the original for Google’s mobile platform. Head on after the jump to catch all the details on this development.

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Wi-Fi hotspots are incredibly common nowadays, and you don’t even have to be in the most built-up of areas to find a connectable router. But there are still those occasions where a hotspot cannot be found, or an apparently public network is closed off by means of a password, and rather than leaving you to ask around for those magical characters, there’s an app that allows users to submit networks and passwords for the wider audience to utilize. Networks are plotted on a map, meaning you can move around towards nearby hotspots, and when you’re within range, password details are provided on tap.

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Here’s how you can set up and use WhatsApp Web Client in desktop browser on your PC or Mac. More details and complete step-by-step guide can be found after the jump.

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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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Nobody wants to be caught short, and if you have kids then you live in constant fear that they’ll need to use the toilet when there is none to be found. You don’t know real fear until that moment of realization that your child needs to use the facilities but there are none to speak of. Terrifying doesn’t do it justice.

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You can now download PlayBox movies app for iOS and Android, which is a new Popcorn Time like alternative service for iPhone, iPad and Android. It does not require jailbreak to work. More details can be found right here.

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Users of Facebook Messenger will now see text previews of voice messages, assuming their account has had a magic switch flicked.

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It’s been yet another busy day apps-wise for Google, and having rolled out a new Classroom app for iOS and Android users, the company has also taken the wraps off a major update to its Translate app. Notably, there’s a great new feature that can automatically translates words as they’re detected using a mobile device’s camera.

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The education market serves as an attractive prospect to enterprising companies like Apple and Google, and the latter has just rolled out a new ‘Classroom’ app for iOS and Android. The mobile app does require a Google Apps for Education account, but provided you can meet this prerequisite, details and download links can be found below.

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This app is arguably the best running and fitness tracker for iPhone and Android, and has gone free for a limited period of time. More details and download links can be found right here.

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We’ve all been in a bar or some other public place when there was something interesting on the television but we couldn’t hear it. The most obvious examples are sports events at bars where you might be engrossed in the action but just can’t hear what’s happening. If only there were earphones you could use.

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Here are 33 paid Android apps for free to kick start your New Year festivities on your smartphone or tablet. You can save $110 instantly if you don’t hesitate. More details can be found after the jump.

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Here’s how you can add Flash Player support on your Android 5.0 Lollipop device. Complete details and download link can be found after the break.

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There’s a huge Android apps Christmas sale happening right now, and 40 titles – worth $220 in total – are up for grabs absolutely free. More details and how to avail this offer can be found right after the break.

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Here’s a simple way to get Android 5.0 Lollipop Smart Unlock feature on any older phone. Complete details and download link can be found right here.

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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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