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MLB Franchise MVP now available in the Play Store

grew November 28, 2013

Major League Baseball has released a new app into the Play Store that puts you behind the plate to become the best player in the league. MLB Franchise MVP allows you to choose from more than 120 teams from Class A, Double-A, Triple A, and Major League baseball. Every position on the field is yours… Continue Reading »

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Image Comics now available in Google Play

grew November 28, 2013

Read award winning titles in Google Play Books on your HD Android tablet or phone Publisher Image Comics has brought their library single edition and series comics to Google Play Books. Titles you know and love, like Saga and The Walking Dead (yes, it started as a comic) are now found right in Google Play and… Continue Reading »

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Sonic Dash hits the Play Store – an endless runner with your favorite SEGA characters

dweek November 28, 2013

Android players receive special score multiplier this weekend only SEGA is launching another Sonic game on Android today, an endless runner called Sonic Dash. This new title is an “endless runner” kind of game (think Temple Run) set in the wonderful old-school 3D Sonic world, with all of the fun associated. You’ll jump, slide and roll your… Continue Reading »

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Humble Mobile Bundle 3 adds 3 new games into the mix

dweek November 27, 2013

The original Humble Mobile Bundle 3 originally brought us 6 great new games — two of which were newly launched with this promotion — and now we’re getting three more. The folks at Humble Bundle have announced the addition of Hundreds, Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor, and Desert Bus, three games which you can… Continue Reading »

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AllCast Beta 7 makes it easy to cast videos to all your DLNA-enabled devices

vinl November 27, 2013

When Google made changes to its API that left the 3rd party app AllCast without Chromecast functionality, developer Koushik Dutta decided to go back to the drawing board. Starting in AllCast Beta 7, users can now cast their Google Drive and locally stored content over toany DLNA-capable device including many popular game systems (Xbox One, PS3, etc), Apple TV and… Continue Reading »

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Tweedle for Android gets a major update to v2.0; Brings Card style UI, custom themes and more

vinl November 26, 2013

There is a lack of decent Twitter clients on the Play Store. Falcon Pro was among the top clients available for Android devices, but ever since the app reached its limit of 100k Twitter token, its development has since then gone down hill. Tweedle is one of the relatively unknown Twitter clients available on the… Continue Reading »

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SwiftKey 4.3.1 update brings new number pad options while squashing a handful of bugs

vinl November 26, 2013

The last we heard from SwiftKey — makers of the one of the most popular keyboard replacements for Android devices — they had just introduced their big “Layouts for Living” update in the Play Store. The update allowed uses to customize the layout of the virtual keyboard to suit their tastes, whether it was a split layout… Continue Reading »

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CheapCast update brings free Chrome tab beaming

vinl November 26, 2013

CheapCast, a free Chromecast alternative, has been missing a key Chromecast feature since its beginnings. However, today’s update to version 0.4.1 brings that missing feature – the support to beam browser tabs straight from your device to your television via HDMI or WiFi. This apparently only works with tabs and not fullscreen casting, and DRM’d services… Continue Reading »

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Epic Launcher brings some KitKat sweetness to Android 4.0+ users

pal November 25, 2013

In the world of launchers, a frequent strategy developers use is to mimic the look and feel of the latest stock launchers. In the case of developer Nikao, they have released a new launcher calledEpic Launcher that is based on the AOSP for Android 4.4 KitKat, but will run on any device with at least Android… Continue Reading »

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SwiftKey updated for new numpad options, bugfixes

pal November 25, 2013

Careful if you’re updating on Android 4.4 KitKat, though … A quick heads up for those of you rocking SwiftKey — version 4.3.1 is now available. The big strokes for the changelog are bugfixes — the $ sign is back for non-English keyboards — and the option to put the numeric keypad on either the left- or right-hand side…. Continue Reading »

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