Archive for the ‘Android Apps’ Category

Google Play APK 5.5.12 Update: You can now download the latest Google Play Store APK 5.5.12 which brings with it a bunch of changes and bug fixes that users have been facing for quite a while. Check the full details below.

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Facebook is looking to add a bit of certainty to its Messenger app, as the social media giant launches a new caller ID feature for new Messenger conversations. From now on, the next time a non-friend messages you on Facebook, you will be shown a brief publicly available information on that particular contact.

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Who says that sixty-two year old magazine publications can’t embrace the digital era and give its readership what it craves? In response to almost 16 million people visiting the playboy.com website each month from mobile devices, Hugh Hefner’s Playboy publication has taken the digital leap and updated its mobile app called Playboy NOW.

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Those waiting for the fourth part of the Game of Thrones game won’t have to wait much longer, with May 26 being the start of a few days’ worth of launches.

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Samsung has just released a public beta of its new feature called Samsung Flow, which is essentially a ripoff of Apple’s Continuity – introduced last year. This new feature will allow users to start a task on one device, and be able to pick it up and continue from another.

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If you’re old enough to remember the iconic Nokia phones of the late 1990s then you will probably remember the classic came Snake game above all other features that the phones possessed. That’s probably fair, because if you are anything like us you probably spent more time playing Snake on your phone than making or receiving calls. We loved Snake.

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BitTorrent has officially updated and launched its first secure messaging service – called Bleep – on iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows platforms. All messages are encrypted, and operate through a direct peer-to-peer connection, meaning no conversations stored in the cloud. More details and download link can be found right here.

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Remember that retro mobile game called ‘Snake’ which came preloaded on old Nokia handsets? The title is now getting a complete makeover and is being built from scratch for the advanced smartphone platforms, and is being aptly called ‘Snake Rewind.’

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The ‘Marvel’ brand has really taken off in the last few years, with this year’s movie Avengers: Age of Ultron promising to be stretched to epic proportions when compared to the last one. With the movie hitting cinemas across North America tomorrow, the anticipated RPG game ‘Marvel Future Fight’ for the iPhone, iPad and Android seems to have launched with precision timing.

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Facebook’s Messenger app offers an impressive inventory of different tools and features, and, even compared with longer-serving rivals, caters to most users’ requirements with aplomb. However, one glaring shortcoming is that of video chat – specifically the lack thereof – and with millions of clips shared on the Menlo Park firm’s social network, it seems almost criminal that something so basic remains missing from Messenger. Still, an official announcement today has confirmed that video calling will soon be included among Messenger’s features, with iOS and Android users across 18 different nations benefiting initially.

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A few years ago, before the big IPO, Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook were continually – and correctly – lambasted for their decidedly below-par mobile efforts. For a company that had a following then well into the hundreds of millions – now in the billions, of course – Facebook on iOS and Android were a major let down, but in recent times, things have dramatically improved. Facebook has, at times, partaken in the sport of throwing ideas against the wall and seeing what sticks – with varying degrees of success – and now, has launched an all-new dialer app for Android called Hello.

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EA SPORTS has just dropped a UFC title for iOS and Android, featuring official fighters and events from the all-action sport. It’s free to download, and you can find key details and download links right here.

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Here’s how to install Beats Music Android APK on Mac or Windows for a more native experience. Complete details can be found here.

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We told you a few weeks ago how WWE 2K was set to be released in spring and today that has happened, with the wrestling game is available to download for both iOS on the App Store and Android on Google Play. You’ll need to hand over $7.99 in order to play it, but there’s plenty to get your teeth into once you have.

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You would expect a bunch of Android apps to go free on some special day, but the Amazon Appstore, as always, continues to surprise us with its generous share of paid apps for free. The online retail giant is once again offering an array of paid titles – worth $105 in total – that can be grabbed absolutely free for a limited period.

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Google-owned Snapseed is considered one of the best image-editing apps for mobile devices, and has, in the past, yielded much acclaim from the folks at Apple. Sure, this was before said app was acquired by one of its fiercest rivals, but the fact that both Google and the Mac maker rate Snapseed so highly is a testament to its quality and feature-set. Today, Google has taken the wraps off Snapseed version 2.0 for iOS and Android, bundling in a decent array of new features and fixes. Full details, as well as that all-important download link, can be seen below.

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Here’s how to run Android apps in Chrome browser on Windows and Mac OS X. Complete details and step-by-step guide can be found here.

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While Windows Phone is still a nascent platform in terms of number of apps available as compared to iOS and Android, there are certain titles that define Microsoft’s mobile OS and have always been the source of envy for other users. One such title has always been Microsoft’s own Office Lens – a portable scanner that offers OCR facility for pretty much any text that you throw at it – and today, the software giant has made the app available for both iOS and Android users.

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Facebook’s Creative Labs has spawned plenty of hits and quite a few misses in recent times, ranging from Paper to Facebook Groups, and today, has thrown out another interesting concept in the form of Riff. It’s a concoction of services like Slingshot and Snapchat, allowing users to create and share videos of up to 20 seconds, with the general idea being that other users will add their own bit of footage running along a similar theme. So where you’ll have single, short videos, users will also be able to create Stories a la Snapchat, but in a combined effort as everyone chimes in with their clips.

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WhatsApp voice calling on Android is now a feature which is available to each and every user out there, and in order to access it, you don’t have to jump through hoops and loops like you used to before. For more details on this, head past the jump.

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