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Android News

Android piracy forced Dead Trigger to become a free game

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Those dirty, stinking pirates have claimed another victim in highly-rated zombie shooter Dead Trigger. Following rampant piracy of the $0.99 game, developer MadFinger Games decided to do away with the pric…

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Lifestyle

Quick brings synergy to selling process on craigslist, eBay, and its own marketplace

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A new marketplace has arrived for people looking to sell their personal items. But rather than rely only on other users of the app, it also makes it easy to list an item on Craigslist, eBay, Facebook and Google sho…

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Sports

BBC Olympic app delivers news, schedule, and live video – Adobe Flash and Android 2.2+ required

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If you’re in Great Britain and were jealous of the US-only NBC Olympics app announced yesterday, don’t be. Not only are Britons closer to the games and treated to a better network covering the even…

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Lifestyle

Starbucks Android app launches in Canada and UK, adds PayPal, widget, and more

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Just got into the office after making your morning run to Starbucks? You could have used the Starbucks Android app, which got a nice little update today. And it expanded to support Canada and the United Kingdom.…

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Social

Twitter for Android adds notifications for specific users, expanded tweets, and bug fixes

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Twitter is relying less on the browser these days with a new feature that makes it possible to access more content within its Android app. The latest version of Twitter for Android makes it possible to see expand…

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Health

Endomondo embraces Holo in Android app redesign, which makes running, cycling, and more better in the process

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Endomondo is rated as one of Android’s best running apps, but it didn’t have the most beautiful design out there. I’d argue that the purpose of Endomondo – track and display stats of y…

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Android App Reviews

Word Lens shows live language translation using an Android camera [App Reviews]

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Word Lens blew my mind last year when I saw the app provide live translation of written text. When an iPhone camera hovered over some words written in Spanish, Word Lens instantly translated the text to English.…

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Sports

London 2012 brings the Olympics to your phone, offers official schedule, results, and reminders

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The 2012 Olympic Games take place from July 25 to August 12, and fans now have an official London 2012 app to keep track of all the action. The London 2012 Results App is the official results app of the Olympics. It&…

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Android Apps

Google Drive gets improved access & sharing on mobile, and desktop version gains offline editing

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Google Drive got a new update today that should ease the process of accessing and sharing files on Android. The latest version of Drive, available now for devices running Android 2.1 and higher, introduces the…

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Social

Google+ Android app gets Events, tablet support, and yet another UI change – this one’s actually good, though

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I know that many Android fans, present company included, weren’t the biggest fans of the Google+ user interface that changed a few weeks ago. Well, you have fewer reasons to complain because the Google+…

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Social

Pinterest Android apps hands-on first impressions

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Pinterest is the third best social network, behind Facebook and Twitter, if you let some people tell it. The social bookmarking and sharing service is especially popular among women, and that’s withou…

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Android

Google Play will begin selling magazines, movies, and TV shows

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Google Play started with apps and games before expanding to books and movies. Now Google is bringing a bigger sense of immediacy to its digital storefront by adding magazines, movie purchasing, and TV shows. (…

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Android App Reviews

Viggle, a Foursquare for TV that rewards viewers with prizes for checking-in, lands in Google Play

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There’s always some kind of app to check-in to some kind of activity, but what’s the payoff for all of these activities? Sure, it can be useful to alerting friends to what you’re doing or find…

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Android App Reviews

ReLaunch can launch apps from anywhere in Android [App Reviews]

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Android multitasking works well, but what about when you need super-tasking. I’m not sure if that’s a real word or term, but that’s what I call the way ReLaunch enables more than just switch…

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Lifestyle

Flipboard debuts in Google Play, adds Google+ and YouTube integration, localization for 5 new countries

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Flipboard is now available on Android – not just in beta form like we saw before, but as an official app that most folks with an Android 2.2 or higher device can access. Though it was originally thought that…

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