Archive for the ‘Android Apps’ Category

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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Updated: You can now download the latest Google Play Store APK 5.4.12 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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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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Facebook has long been expanding its Messenger service to better compete with the numerous clients crowding the instant-messaging market, and despite the acquisition of WhatsApp, the advancement of Facebook Messenger is undeterred. Today, the Menlo Park firm has made a huge statement of its dedication to improving the Facebook Messenger app by introducing third-party add-ons, allowing developers to create apps that will supplement and improve the experience of using Messenger as a whole. Full details below.

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A bunch of awesome paid Android apps are available to download for free, with a worth of around $105 in total. Head over the jump for a rundown of the complete list of apps that can be grabbed for absolutely free right now.

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It has long been rumored that Facebook would add a payments system permitting those on its network to transfer money between one another, and today, said feature has been announced. Although not ready to roll out just yet, users of Facebook’s Messenger app will soon be able to send money to other users, and notably, it’s completely free of charge.

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Here’s how you can activate or enable WhatsApp voice calling feature (VoIP) on Android right away. More details and step-by-step guide can be found here.

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VLC is rightly considered the best and most versatile video player of them all. Renowned predominantly for its ability to handle any and all file formats thrown at it, maker VideoLAN has been busily updating and improving its assortment of mobile variants, and today, has made a rather big announcement in this regard. The crux of it is that VLC will be returning to iPhone and iPad, having been in hiding since the launch of iOS 8; the Android version is now finally out of beta as VideoLAN also adds an app for Android TV (beta), and there are also new versions for Windows Phone and Windows RT – along with a few other notable updates across the wider VLC product range. So, not much, then.

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It’s not uncommon for Google Play Store apps to go free for a limited time, but it is rare for nigh-on 150 apps drop their prices all in one fell swoop. Below, we have a list of 134 Android apps waiting to be downloaded, and if you like a bargain, this tidy collection saves you hundreds of dollars off the usual retail price.

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Google has finally launched the rumored YouTube Kids app for its younger audience, and the piece of software is currently available for both the Android and iOS platforms. Details and download links to follow right after the jump.

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Here’s a list of some of the best paid iOS, Mac, and Android apps out there that can be downloaded absolutely free for a limited time. Head over the jump for the rundown of the apps.

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We regularly cover free iOS and Mac apps over the weekend for the inquisitive deal hunters out there, but Android freebies are a rarity. Even though the Amazon Appstore offers one app free every week, it doesn’t offer much of a choice for users, which is why every once in a while, the retail giant does what it does best: release a plethora of apps for free in a limited time offer. This time around, the apps are worth $140 in total, and we take a look at what these are.

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