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ILoveU will let your significant other know your affections with just three vibrations

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you want to let your significant other know your feelings for them during the day, but don’t want to send another cliche message? Well, ILoveU is here to give you a subtle but meaningful way of connecting with that special someone...
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HERE Maps for Android

HERE Maps for Android will be exclusively available to Samsung Galaxy smartphones for free

Google and Samsung have the weirdest relationship. The on-again, off-again nature of their partnership seems perilous at the best of times and this latest move from Samsung probably doesn’t bode well. Samsung has announced that Nokia‘s HERE Maps, previously announced to be...
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International Wi-Fi Calling

Sprints Samsung Galaxy S4 gaining International Wi-Fi calling OTA

Sprint released some news this morning pertaining to the Samsung Galaxy S4 with Spark that resides on their network. Owners of the device will start to see an OTA update coming through that will focus primarily on Wi-Fi calling. More importantly though, the Wi-Fi calling aspect is geared...
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John Legere Music Freedom T-Mobile

Music Freedom campaign from T-Mobile gaining 6 more services, Google Music coming

Back in June T-Mobile made a fairly awesome move that gave customers a break from their data consumption by letting you stream certain services without touching your data allotments. Sure, there were a few stipulations, like being on a plan that let you do it. Still, if streaming music...
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[Download] Google News and Weather Gets a Random Material Design Update

Google News and Weather. It’s an app that comes standard on any Android ROM, and many of you probably don’t use it that much. It has been there since the beginning, and even though it was never popular enough for Google to have standalone updates, it remained as part of the...
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Chromecast Apps

NPR One and WatchABC toss in Chromecast streaming Support

The $35 media stick from Google, the Chromecast, keeps gaining more and more supported apps. In the beginning it was pretty easy to keep up with them all. After Google released the API and SDK to the developer world, the number of apps that take advantage of the media has grown steadily....
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Xbox One SmartGloass Beta

Microsoft updates Xbox One SmartGlass Beta app with new Goodies to test Out

The Xbox One SmartGlass Beta companion app has received an update that should prove to be some what exciting for some. It is important to note that Xbox One SmartGlass companion is a different app entirely than the beta version. The beta version requires you to be part of the Xbox One’s...
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proprietary apps for non-HTC Phones

HTC is releasing its proprietary apps for non-HTC phones, starting with HTC Zoe

HTC has previously promised that it would release its proprietary apps for non-HTC phones in the near future, and it appears that time is almost upon us. Later this week, a beta of the HTC Zoe app is going to be released. Debuted on the HTC One M7, HTC Zoe is a photo/video capture...
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Chris Lacy Brings Us App Innovation Once Again with ‘TapPath’

  The innovator from the land down under, Chris Lacy, has done it again. He has already brought well received apps such as Action Launcher and Link Bubble, but now Lacy wants to solve another problem we have had since the beginning of Android. Clicking on links within feeds usually always...
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Madfinger Games Monzo

Madfinger Games branching out with upcoming MOZON, virtual model building

Many of you should know the game development company Madfinger Games. They have brought along some great titles like Shadowgun and the Dead Trigger duo. Dead Trigger 2 has probably been their most successful game to date and one that can continuously expand while raking in the bucks with...
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Box Notes

Update goes out for Box with Box Notes and new Languages

Box has released an update to their app for Android today that brings in a pretty useful new feature for those users on the go. The update brings in a recently released web feature, called Box Notes, that can now be utilized via your Android device. Box Notes is similar to Google Drives...
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