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Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now available!


As promised, Google has today delivered Android 6.0 Marshmallow for several of its Nexus devices. You can now download factory images of Android’s latest big update for the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7, Nexus 9, and Nexus Player directly from Google. If you don’t feel like going the manual install …

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15 of the best new and updated Android apps from May

It’s been a busy month for Android apps, with news from big names – Periscope from Twitter lading on the platform for the first time and notable updates to Flickr’s mobile apps. Then, of course, there’s the black-and-white photography app Lenka, and an overhauled version of QuizUp. All you need …

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Periscope finally arrives on Android, 2 months after iOS launch

No more questioning when Periscope for Android is coming: The Twitter-owned stay streaming app launched an Android model on Tuesday, precisely two months after it launched on iOS. The Android model carefully resembles Periscope on iOS, however takes some design cues from Google’s working system, significantly in areas like notifications. …

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Today’s Best App Deals: iOs & Android

Enjoy the savings, and let us know of anything we missed in the comments. iOS FREE Screeny – Delete Screenshots Easily | Normally $1 FREE Reverser – Backwards Video Maker with Reverse Cam | Normally $1 HarrisCamera ($1) | Normally $4 PhatPad ($1) | Normally $5 FREE ThinkBook – Write, …

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WhatsApp: 14 secret features

Its most recent overhaul affirmed what we’ve generally suspected (yet never tried discovering) up and down, that the ticks demonstrated when your messages were conveyed, and now read. On the flipside, this occurrence additionally uncovered how little we think about the informing administration we trade such a variety of privileged …

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The changes coming to Facebook

Facebook announced a series of features and updates at its annual F8 Developer Conference in San Francisco on Wednesday, and while the news is mostly targeted for developers and app designers right now, it could eventually mean big things for Facebook users.IF Developers can now add a Messenger button to …

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Locate your phone on Android Wear

Google is always looking at ways to expand upon the functionality in Android Wear, which explains why the company has recently launched a new feature that will help you locate your phone in the event that it goes missing. The functionality is provided through the Android Device Manager, which helps …

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Amazon ‘Unlocked’ Will Give Away Paid Apps For Free

Amazon has been working hard to build up the popularity of its Android-based Appstore with consumers and developers — borrowing from the well-thumbed Amazon playbook of deep discounts to drive usage. Now, a new feature it wants to launch looks like it could be its biggest disruptive storefront promotion yet. The …

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Better Alternatives To Your Phone’s Lousy Default Apps

SwiftKey (free, iOS and Android) Via swiftkey.com Type without lifting a finger. It’s perfect for times when you’re clinging onto the bus for dear life in one hand and texting with the other. The app also learns how you type and makes creepily accurate autocorrect suggestions based off of that …

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