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1 month ago

Latest SwiftKey beta adds support for new emoji... if you're on Android 6.0.1

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SwiftKey, the popular keyboard replacement on Android, has updated its beta version to bring initial support for the new emoji that came in Android 6.0.1. Unfortunately, if you're not on Android 6.0.1, you won't be able to make use of the new emoji until your phone receives the update. Those who have updated to 6.0.1 will now see the taco, unicorn, burrito and all the rest of the new emoji built into their SwiftKey keyboard.

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1 month ago

Microsoft's new app helps you find the rest of its apps in case you have trouble finding apps

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Microsoft has launched a new app, Microsoft Apps, which aims to make it easier to find and install all of its apps on your Android phone. That's right, once you install this app, you'll be able to find the rest of Microsoft's apps on Google Play with ease.

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1 month ago

Amazon Fire TV adds NBC, GoPro, and much more to its lineup

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Amazon has added a number of major channels to the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, including NBC, Fox Now, and Watch HGTV. The Fire TV has also added a number of interesting games to its lineup as well.

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1 month ago

Future ZTE phones will have Fleksy's keyboard pre-installed

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Fleksy, one of the popular third-party keyboard replacements for Android, has announced that it has a new partnership with ZTE. With this, ZTE will begin preloading the Fleksy keyboard on its phones, offering users a highly customizable experience right out of the box. While this isn't the first time we've seen keyboard makers partner with device manufacturers, this is the first partnership for Fleksy.

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1 month ago

myAppFree launches on Android, lets you score apps for free

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myAppFree is a very popular deal finder for Windows Phone. The developers of myAppFree work with other app and game developers to provide discounted prices apart from scouring the Play Store for other deals. The official myAppFree app is now available for Android as well. With its 'App of the Day' and featured apps sections, myAppFree is used by more than 2 million users across the world.

Every 24 hours, a new app is selected and offered for free, along with other deals and promotions. Apart from free promotion of paid apps, myAppFree also offers discounted in-app content, unlocked levels, premium or pro versions in freemium apps. You can also sign up, and the profile section of the app will offer you a special list of apps curated based on your interests.

myAppFree is a bridge between smartphone users and developers. If you are a developer and would want to participate in their program, drop an email to anna@myappfree.com.

myAppFree has a seamless and intuitive interface, and offers push notifications for deal of the day. It's free, and saves money, so there's no reason to not recommend this app. If you love discovering and trying new apps, make sure you download myAppFree.

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1 month ago

Google's Androidify app brings the holiday cheer with new gear

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Google's Androidify, an app that lets you deck out your very own Android avatar with clothes and accessories, has picked up a new update that brings some holiday cheer with new gear.

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1 month ago

ZTE Axon and Axon Pro snag camera improvements and more in latest updates

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ZTE has begun pushing out a pair of updates to the Axon and Axon Pro, bringing along Google's latest security patches along with some camera improvements and more.

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1 month ago

Direct Share makes it even easier to share to your contacts in Android

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Direct Share will be a great way to decrease steps between actions, eventually.

No other mobile OS handles interactions between apps quite as well as Android. With the release of Android 6.0, Google took this idea and went one step further. We use dozens of apps every day, several for communication. Instead of sharing everything to everyone every time, it makes a lot of sense to make it easy to share something with a single person, especially someone we communicate with on a regular basis.

The function is called Direct Share, and it makes it incredibly easy to share something from just about any app directly to someone you talk to on a regular basis. Here's how it works.

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1 month ago

Facebook and Uber team up to let you order rides from Messenger

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Facebook has teamed up with Uber to let you order a ride and share your ride status with friends from inside of Messenger.

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1 month ago

Skype for Business officially launches for Android, replacing Lync 2013

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Microsoft has officially launched its enterprise-themed VoIP client Skype for Business for Android devices. Microsoft offered a preview version for IT admins to try out in October before today's release.

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1 month ago

Facebook brings Instant Articles feature to all Android users

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Facebook has announced that all Android users will finally have access to its Instant Articles feature. Instant Articles is a way for Facebook to load news stories from select publishers without them having to wait for things to load. As the name would suggest, the stories load instantly, and provide rich reading experiences for those who are reading them.

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1 month ago

You'll soon be able to schedule YouTube video downloads in India

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After announcing YouTube offline in the country last year, Google is now adding functionality in the form of scheduled downloads and improved buffering when a video is paused. Indian customers will be able to set a time for a video to download, allowing them to download videos when on a stable connection. With cellular connectivity still spotty at best in most major cities, the feature will come in handy to those looking to watch YouTube videos on the go.

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1 month ago

Google's Tap to Translate will let Indian users directly translate text from within any app

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At the Google for India keynote, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced a new Translate feature that will be making its debut in country in the first quarter of 2016. Dubbed Tap to Translate, the feature lets users instantly translate text from within a third-party app, such as WhatsApp, Facebook, and more.

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1 month ago

New Night Light feature helps reduce twilight eye strain in Google Play Books

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Google has rolled out a new feature to Google Play Books that should make for easier reading on your smartphone or tablet at night.

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1 month ago

Templates make their way to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides on Android

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Google has announced that templates are coming to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides on Android, just a few months after they became available on the web.

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