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Kanye West hates in-app purchases in kids games as much as you do

Don't you hate kid's games with in-app purchases? Kanye West happens to feel your pain, and he is very vocal about it!
by Edgar CervantesOctober 10, 201553

LogMeIn acquires LastPass for $110 million

LogMeIn, a company specializing in remote access, will fork over big bucks to acquire the password manager and online security suite LastPass.
by John DyeOctober 10, 201523

5 Android Apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk more about Russia's war on Google apps, a new Humble Bundle, and two new Adobe apps!
by Joe HindyOctober 9, 20156

Google is conquering in-app searches

At the Code/Mobile conference this week, Google's Amit Singhal announced that Google has now indexed over 100 billion pages within apps.
by John DyeOctober 9, 2015

Adobe’s Lightroom Mobile no longer requires a Creative Cloud account

Adobe’s on-the-go photo editing app Lightroom mobile requires a $9.99 a month Creative Cloud account to use on Android at the moment, but that's soon to change.
by John DyeOctober 9, 2015

Deal Alert: Google Play 10 cent game sale

Google Play is currently offering a selection of popular games titles for just $0.10, including including Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Dead Space.
by Robert TriggsOctober 9, 20156

Pix the Cat makes its way to the Play Store for NVIDIA SHIELD devices

Pix the Cat, the popular arcade-style puzzler, has just made its way to the Play Store for the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet and SHIELD Android TV.
by Jimmy WestenbergOctober 8, 2015

Facebook beginning to test Reactions, a much easier way to express yourself

Facebook has just announced that it's now testing Reactions, which can be thought of as a more expressive Like button.
by Jimmy WestenbergOctober 8, 20155

SwiftKey’s new Neural keyboard will offer better word predictions thanks to neural network technology

SwiftKey's new Neural keyboard is quite similar to the standard SwiftKey keyboard, but with a big twist.
by Jimmy WestenbergOctober 8, 201519

AutoDash app optimizes your smartphone experience for the road

Automatic's in-house developers have created AutoDash, which pretty much customizes your experience for the road. It's simple, intuitive and free!
by Edgar CervantesOctober 8, 2015
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